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Here, you can find a huge selection of Hotels in Ireland, as well as B&Bs (Bed and Breakfasts) and other accommodation across Ireland. To help you plan your visit, we have details of places to visit, tours, and more! If you're planning to visit a specific area, take a look at our Destination Guides. Bunratty Castle & Folk Park provides a glimpse of Ireland's past.

Bunratty Castle itself is an authentic 15th century medieval fortress: it was built in 1425 and restored in the mid-20th century to its former glory. It now contains many 15th and 16th century tapestries, furnishings and other artefacts. Banquets are held year round. Established in 1830, this is the third-oldest zoo in the world (after London and Paris), nestled in the midst of the city's largest playground, the Phoenix Park, about 3km (2M) west of the city centre.

This 12-hectare (30 acre) zoo provides a naturally landscaped habitat for more than 235 species of wild animals and tropical birds. This geological phenomenon renowned for its columns of layered basalt is a world heritage site and a fabulous day visit from Belfast (1 and a half hours drive).
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read more › An Dooneen is a holiday rental located in Ballydavid, just 10km west of Dingle town in County Kerry. Offering 2 star self catering accommodation, this property is a renovated section of a farmhouse which contains its own entrance. Latchfords of Baggot Street offers comfortable self-catering accommodation and free parking, 8 minutes' walk from Grafton Street. St Stephen's Green and Herbert Park are nearby.

read more › Doolin Cave - The Great Stalactite "Stunning, magnificent and once in a lifetime" have been used to describe the wonder of the Great Stalactite. Descending underground through a world carved by water you feel a sense Mother Nature guiding you through the crisp air in the cave passages. Belfast Castle is a beautiful Scottish Baronial castle which is set on the side of Belfasts Cave Hill, 40 ft above sea level. Beautiful theme gardens, way marked walks and Heritage Centre. Tours will take place only when there is not a function being held in the castle and groups should be of twenty to fifty people.

read more › The Lewis Glucksman Gallery is a cultural and educational institution that promotes the research, creation and exploration of the visual arts. Located at the main entrance to University College Cork on Western Road, the Glucksman is an award-winning building that includes display spaces, lecture facilities, a riverside restaurant and gallery shop. The Ulster Canal Stores Clones is a beautifully restored Visitor Centre, situated on the banks of the Ulster Canal, which dates to c.1839. The visitor centre and museum tells the history of Clones, and describes the craft of Clones Lace.

read more › Henrietta Street is a terrace of early-to-mid 18th century houses. By the 20th century, number 14 Henrietta Street was one of several houses which had transformed into a tenement - this one house was home to over 100 people in 1911. The museum is spaced out on 2 floors of a Georgian house. It recalls what Dublin was all about during the 20th century and our exhibition has been widely praised in the international media. Parliament Buildings are not usually open to the general public, but guided tours may be arranged in advance for visiting conference groups, etc. Don't miss the walk along the Processional Way from the main gates; it's reputed to be exactly one mile long, but is actually a bit less.

read more › The Ulster Canal Stores Clones is a beautifully restored Visitor Centre, situated on the banks of the Ulster Canal, which dates to c.1839. The visitor centre and museum tells the history of Clones, and describes the craft of Clones Lace. An on-site bistro, meeting facilities and a gift shop are also offered by the Ulster Canal Stores. Bogwood is found in Irish Bogs where it has been preserved for 5,000 years. From this, beautiful sculptures are created by artists Michael and Kevin Casey. A heritage centre just off the Mall that tells the story of the city.

read more › Serving healthy & delicious wok dishes, wholesome mains, hot salad bowls, healthy wraps, soups, juices & smoothies, aai bowls, healthy treats, desserts & more. Off street location where people can relax and bring their kids and dogs, amazing food and top coffee. Different, fun and relaxed and good tunes.

read more › Serving healthy & delicious wok dishes, wholesome mains, hot salad bowls, healthy wraps, soups, juices & smoothies, aai bowls, healthy treats, desserts & more. Piglet Wine Bar is a wine oasis in city centre. With a well curated and exclusive selection of bottles including a combination of crowd pleasers, premium treats and rarities, there's plenty to discover in the place's relaxed atmosphere, ideal for sharing, toasting and savouring every sip. Drop Dead Twice is Dublin's first and only Bring Your Own Cocktail Bar.

read more › Bulben's Bar & Bistro is located on the ground floor of the hotel & features views over the grounds of Clayton Hotel Sligo. Flooded with natural daylight, Bulben's Bar & Bistro offers attentive table service throughout the day and is the perfect place to chill out and enjoy freshly prepared, delicious food. At China Town House Restaurant you will experience a warm and relaxed atmosphere in elegant surroundings, combined with friendly, efficient service and superbly prepared food. We offer enough choice and variety to meet all the family's tastes and satisfy the biggest of appetites.

read more › Welcome to Urchin, our new Bar in the lower floor at Cliff Townhouse. Pop down the steps at No.22 Stephen's Green and discover Urchin, the newest addition to the Cliff Townhouse dining experience. Urchin is a fresh, new venue that imbues a laid-back seaside hangout. Bulben's Bar & Bistro is located on the ground floor of the hotel & features views over the grounds of Clayton Hotel Sligo. Flooded with natural daylight, Bulben's Bar & Bistro offers attentive table service throughout the day and is the perfect place to chill out and enjoy freshly prepared, delicious food.

read more › Our restaurant, located just by the sea outside of Drogheda, is well known for its cuisine. Our French head chef marries the look and the taste of a different cuisine with art. We use local products - with fish from Clogherhead and fresh meat from Drogheda butchers. Welcome to Urchin, our new Bar in the lower floor at Cliff Townhouse. Pop down the steps at No.22 Stephen's Green and discover Urchin, the newest addition to the Cliff Townhouse dining experience. Urchin is a fresh, new venue that imbues a laid-back seaside hangout.

read more › Serving healthy & delicious wok dishes, wholesome mains, hot salad bowls, healthy wraps, soups, juices & smoothies, aai bowls, healthy treats, desserts & more. Welcome to Urchin, our new Bar in the lower floor at Cliff Townhouse. Pop down the steps at No.22 Stephen's Green and discover Urchin, the newest addition to the Cliff Townhouse dining experience. Urchin is a fresh, new venue that imbues a laid-back seaside hangout. The Boathouse Wine Bar and Bistro is located on the waterfront in a boathouse dating from the 1800s.

read more › The Cherrytree is a family run pub in the heart of Walkinstown, originally established in 1953. The McGeough family have been behind the bar since 1998. Delicious gourmet food is cooked by their experienced and professional team in house. Gerry and Austin McGeough and their team are waiting to give you a warm welcome in the Heart of Walkinstown. Basil Sheils Bar & Restaurant in Armagh is well-known as one of the County's leading restaurants and offers beautiful food and drinks in a relaxing countryside setting, on the Callan River, near the village of Keady.

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