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Run by welcoming hosts, Mary and Marty O’Brien, Anach Cuin Bed and Breakfast is a charming townhouse located in a quiet and peaceful area entering Galway city center, 2.4 km from Eyre Square and 3.4 km from Merlin Woods Park. All rooms are en-suite, a perfect base for touring the west of Ireland.

  • Private Free Car Parking
  • We accept Credit Cards
  • We accept Travel Agent Vouchers
  • Ensuite Rooms
  • Sattelite TV in Rooms
  • Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
  • Iron and Hairdryer
  • Childrens Cot Available
  • No Smoking House
  • Dining Room
  • Guest Lounge

Full Irish breakfast cooked fresh and served every morning to start your day out right!

On the Map: Galway is a coastal city, located in County Galway in the west of Ireland. Galway is well-served by a good network of roads – the M6/N6 from Dublin (to the east) and M18/N18 from Limerick & Cork (to the south).

In a recent nationwide survey the people of Galway were found to be Ireland’s happiest! And visiting Galway City, the capital of their county it is not hard to see why. It is a lively university city of narrow streets, quaint shopfronts, bustling pubs and stunning surrounding scenery. It has always attracted a bohemian mix of musicians, artists and intellectuals and that attitude is palpable as you walk the streets. Galway has been commercially important since the 11th century when it was a centre for trade with Spain and Portugal. In 1477 Christopher Columbus paid a visit. Galway earned the title “City of the Tribes” around that time, when it was ruled by 14 wealthy merchant families. Today it is lively, with loads of things to do, and is so popular that it can get very crowded in summer, especially during the annual Galway Races. The annual Arts Festival also attracts thousands, especially for its street parade, organized by the multi-award winning production company, Macnas. Its famous Druid Theatre produces and stages plays and has toured internationally, winning awards, including Tonys on Broadway.

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Rock Lodge is a roomy bed and breakfast accommodation in Galway city. The home is well appointed with antiques and original artwork and is clean and comfortable. There is a spacious lounge area and an idyllic garden for guests to enjoy. This B&B is the perfect base for your travels around Galway, where you'll find spectacular scenery from the Cliffs Of Moher to Connemara and The Aran Islands.

All Guestrooms Feature:

  • Hair Dryer
  • Internet Access
  • Ironing
  • No Smoking House
  • Tea In Bedrooms
  • TV in Bedroom
  • Wi-Fi

In the morning guests are invited to the breakfast room where a fresh range of food will be served to kick start the day.

On the Map: Galway is a coastal city, located in County Galway in the west of Ireland. Galway is well-served by a good network of roads – the M6/N6 from Dublin (to the east) and M18/N18 from Limerick & Cork (to the south).

In a recent nationwide survey the people of Galway were found to be Ireland’s happiest! And visiting Galway City, the capital of their county it is not hard to see why. It is a lively university city of narrow streets, quaint shopfronts, bustling pubs and stunning surrounding scenery. It has always attracted a bohemian mix of musicians, artists and intellectuals and that attitude is palpable as you walk the streets. Galway has been commercially important since the 11th century when it was a centre for trade with Spain and Portugal. In 1477 Christopher Columbus paid a visit. Galway earned the title “City of the Tribes” around that time, when it was ruled by 14 wealthy merchant families. Today it is lively, with loads of things to do, and is so popular that it can get very crowded in summer, especially during the annual Galway Races. The annual Arts Festival also attracts thousands, especially for its street parade, organized by the multi-award winning production company, Macnas. Its famous Druid Theatre produces and stages plays and has toured internationally, winning awards, including Tonys on Broadway.

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Carranross House bed and breakfast is situated 10 minutes walking distance from Killarney bus/train station, National Park, and town centre, and offers comfortable accommodation with spacious rooms and all the necessary amenities. Your host, Mary, is a native of Killarney & an experienced tour guide and will advise you as to the various day tour options and things to do around Killarney and Kerry. There is a wealth of sights to see nearby, including around The Ring of Kerry, The Dingle Peninsula, The Gap of Dunloe, and more! 

 

All Guestrooms Feature:

  • Private bathroom facilities
  • TV, hairdryer, tea/coffee & radio alarm clock
  • High speed internet access with free wi-fi
  • New orthopaedic beds – king & super king size
  • Fully pressurised power showers
  • No smoking policy in house
  • Electronic fire alarm
  • Carbonmonoxide alarm

Great breakfast with home baking every morning.

On the Map: Killarney is located in County Kerry in the southwest of Ireland. The town is reached via the N22 from Tralee/ Limerick (to the north) and the N22 from Cork City (to the southeast).

Killarney lies on the edge of the astoundingly beautiful Killarney National Park, with its three magnificent lakes and the spectacular MacGillycuddy Reeks mountain range. The park is also home to Muckross House and Gardens. Killarney is a wonderful base for all manner of activities including angling and water sports, golf, riding, orienteering, hiking, cycling, and canoeing. The town itself is quite small but full of charm – this you will soon see as you walk down the brick footpaths and pass curious old-style shop fronts. Killarney is well known for its excellent shops, restaurants and cosmopolitan appeal. It is also renowned for its evening entertainment including many singing pubs, cabarets, dancing venues, and banquets. Traditional Irish music can also be heard in many of the local pubs on a nightly basis.

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Ard Alainn Bed and Breakfast is situated on outskirts of Kilkenny City off Freshford Thurles Rd 693.The idyllic setting boasts lovely views of the Kilkenny countryside, as well as being a convenient 8-minute drive from the town centre. Guests may relax in the beautiful gardens while their children enjoy the play area including swings, slide, and trampoline.

All rooms are spacious and tastefully decorated equipped with an ensuite bathroom. 

All Guestrooms Feature:

  • Television and DVD Player
  • Hair Dryer
  • Wireless Broadband
  • Iron & Ironing Board – On Request
  • No Smoking
  • Tea/Coffee Facilities

Breakfast is served from 8am until 10am or earlier by special arrangement. Guests can choose from a variety of cereals, juices, fruit, yoghurts followed by a hearty irish breakfast, a great start to the day! Marie also caters for any special dietary requirements you may have, just make sure to phone in advance of arrival.

On the Map: Kilkenny City is located in County Kilkenny, in the southeast midlands of Ireland. Kilkenny is well-served by a good network of roads – the M9/N10 from Dublin (to the northeast) and N9/N10 from Waterford City (to the south).

Kilkenny, or the Marble City as it is known, is one of Ireland’s oldest towns, and proud of it. Its array of ancient buildings is unrivalled. It is renowned for being a vibrant cultural center, devoted to the musical and visual arts. Its two most impressive landmarks are Kilkenny Castle, founded in 1172 and privately owned until 1967, and St. Canice’s Cathedral. The current structure of the cathedral dates from the 13th century, though this is nowhere near the beginning of its story, which is rich in folklore and legend. There is no shortage of pubs to explore and enjoy in Kilkenny and during the summer the city is always full of life. The summer also sees the city host an Arts Festival and a very highly regarded Comedy Festival called the Cat Laughs.

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O’Mahony’s is a cozy, family-run home in a superb County Kerry location, an ideal base for tourists looking to explore the famed Ring of Kerry and Gap of Dunloe. Hosts Sean and Sheila O’Mahony regularly arrange tours for guests, including convenient pick-up from the house itself! The home is within walking distance of Killarney town centre, which is home to many traditional pubs offering traditional music sessions, Restaurants & shops.

All Guestrooms Feature:

  • Hair Dryer
  • Internet Access
  • Ironing
  • No Smoking
  • Tea In Bedrooms
  • TV in Bedroom
  • Wi-Fi

A hearty traditional Irish or alternative breakfast is served each morning in the dining room.

On the Map: Killarney is located in County Kerry in the southwest of Ireland. The town is reached via the N22 from Tralee/ Limerick (to the north) and the N22 from Cork City (to the southeast).

Killarney lies on the edge of the astoundingly beautiful Killarney National Park, with its three magnificent lakes and the spectacular MacGillycuddy Reeks mountain range. The park is also home to Muckross House and Gardens. Killarney is a wonderful base for all manner of activities including angling and water sports, golf, riding, orienteering, hiking, cycling, and canoeing. The town itself is quite small but full of charm – this you will soon see as you walk down the brick footpaths and pass curious old-style shop fronts. Killarney is well known for its excellent shops, restaurants and cosmopolitan appeal. It is also renowned for its evening entertainment including many singing pubs, cabarets, dancing venues, and banquets. Traditional Irish music can also be heard in many of the local pubs on a nightly basis.

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Highbury House is a five-star luxury B&B located amongst the idyllic private gardens of Bunratty, County Clare. The Tudor-style country house boasts a two-acre garden, spacious and beautifully decorated ground floor bedrooms and warm, friendly Irish hospitality. The house is located on large grounds with a variety of mature trees, plants, and flowers. A trip to Highbury House also allows visitors the chance to see some of Clare’s most beautiful sights, including the Burren and the Cliffs of Moher.

All Guestrooms Feature:

  • Private bathroom 
  • Hair dryer 
  • Iron/ironing board 
  • Television 
  • Rollaway/extra beds available 
  • Connecting/adjoining rooms available 
  • Wheelchair accessible 

Tea or coffee and delicious home cooked breakfasts are served in the orangery on arrival and each subsequent morning!

On the Map: Bunratty is located in the west of Ireland in County Clare. The main N18/M18 road connecting the cities of Limerick (to the south) & Ennis (to the north) passes right by the village. Shannon Airport is only 15 minutes to the west, also accessed via the N18/M18.

In Bunratty Village, one can enjoy the medieval grandeur that awaits in Bunratty Castle and its lively Folk Park. The castle, overlooking the River Shannon, is in excellent condition and well worth a visit. It is one of the finest surviving examples of an Irish tower house, and it’s current peaceful and picturesque state belies its bloody and violent history. The strategic location of the castle on the river Shannon ensured it was the focal point of many battles, and it has it has been destroyed and re-built on at least eight occasions. The Folk Park adjoins the castle and vividly portrays what everyday life was like in rural Ireland about 100 years ago. It contains reconstructed farmhouses, cottages and shops, replete with authentic furnishings. The Park is a living museum: animals are tended, bread is baked, milk is churned, walls are whitewashed and roofs are thatched. You may visit an Irish farmhouse, watch the blacksmith fit a horseshoe, or attend a weaving demonstration. The village also reflects the fundamental changes that led to increased mobility in Irish society. Once you’ve explored the Castle & Folk Park, be sure to sample a relaxing cup of tea and freshly baked scones in one of the quaint thatched cottage cafes. The famous Durty Nelly’s pub is in the heart of town, adjacent to the castle.

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Childhood residence of famous Irish artist Hugh Thomson, Breezemount Manor is a beautiful manor house built in 1820 and situated in idyllic Coleraine, which is considered the gateway to the natural beauty of the world famous Causeway Coastal Route. Only five minutes to the heart of the town's excellent shopping centre, you have the convenience of great restaurants, pubs, and shops at your fingertips. Enjoy true Irish hospitality in a beautiful location with all the modern amenities you'd come to expect out of a quality b&b.

All Guestrooms Feature:

  • Cot Available
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Hair Dryer
  • Internet Access
  • No Smoking
  • Tea In Bedrooms
  • TV in Bedroom
  • Wi-Fi

Breakfast is served each morning in the bright Dining Room with views of the countryside.

On the Map: Coleraine is located just inland from the northern coast of Northern Ireland. The town is accessed via the M2 & A26 roads from Belfast City – 1 hour, 15 minutes/ 90km to the south.

Coleraine is the business heart of the surrounding area. A progressive town with first class shopping and recreational opportunities, its sheltered boating Marina provides superb facilities for all water sports including sailing, canoeing, water skiing and angling. Coleraine Leisure Centre offers a host of facilities including swimming pool and water slides, learner pool, squash courts, fitness suite and new health suite including steam room, sauna, spa pool and sunbeds.
The Riverside Theatre at the University of Ulster offers a packed programme of drama, concerts and shows and the summer series of Talks & Tours around the area.

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Hotel Rembrandt Weymouth is an ideal base for your travels around the beautiful and historic Dorset World Heritage Coast. The hotel features 78 well-appointed en suite rooms, Gallery Restaurant & Bar, and Leisure Club & Spa. Situated within close proximity of the Weymouth Esplanade and beautiful sandy beach, and just a short stroll into the town centre, you'll have convenient access to great attractions, restaurants, and pubs. 

All Guestrooms Feature:

  • Phone 
  • Coffee/tea maker 
  • Free toiletries 
  • Hair dryer 
  • Television 
  • Desk 
  • Iron/ironing board (on request) 
  • Free WiFi 
  • Room service (24 hours) 
  • Connecting/adjoining rooms available 

Gallery Restaurant & Bar

Make a visit to the Gallery Restaurant for a wonderful dining experience under Chef Paul Carmichael. Specializing in freshly prepared food made with locally sourced ingredients, its one of the top quality places to eat in Weymouth. Enjoy steaks, fresh local fish and meats – not to mention the best carvery in Dorset – all served in a warm, relaxed atmosphere. The adjacent Gallery Bar serves up a fine selection of ales, spirits, and wines to help you unwind after a long day of fun.

Weymouth, Dorset, England:

On The Map: Weymouth is a coastal town in Dorset, in the southwest of England, 7 miles south of Dorchester

Weymouth is a bustling seaside resort, with its economy largely depending on its harbour and visitor attractions. The town is in close proximity to the globally renowned Jurassic Coast, a UNESCO World Heritage Site on the Dorset and east Devon coast. The Jurassic Coast is off note owing to its unique and ancient geology. Weymouth Harbour is the launching point for cross-channel ferries, as wellas being home to a flotila of pleasure boats and private yachts. The history of Weymouth dates from the 12th century, and it has played a pivotal role in many historical events. Infamously, the town is associated with the spread of the Black Death plague, but the is also many positive historical connections, including the pilgrims’ settlement of Americas, the development of Georgian architecture, and crucial preparations for World War II.

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The Shangri-La hotel in Paris is the impressive reinvention of an impressively ornate belle-époque building erected between 1892 and 1896. Napoleon's grand-nephew, Prince Roland Bonaparte, lived in the palace until he died in 1924. The hotel is located between Etoile and Trocadéro and features some of the most superb views of the Eiffel Tower in Paris in over 40% of the rooms. The Guimet Museum of Asian Art, Palais de Tokyo and Musée du Quai Branly are also nearby and very popular among visitors. The styling of the building has been beautifully reworked, from the newly gilded alabaster columns, intricately patterned floors of parquet, inlaid marble and mosaic, and bronze wall reliefs of Napoleon and elaborate wall and ceiling murals - This hotel is a museum in itself. The spa and fitness center is housed in the palace's former stables (also renovated to an impressive standard) and features the largest indoor pool in Paris, saturated with abundant natural light from the wall of glass doors that open into a lush private outdoor terrace. Get a taste of true luxury at the Shangri-La, the likes of which even Prince Roland Bonaparte would have found impressive.

All Guestrooms Feature:

  • Connecting/adjoining rooms available 
  • Free cribs/infant beds 
  • Premium TV channels 
  • Pay movies 
  • Air conditioning 
  • Phone 
  • Minibar 
  • Daily housekeeping 
  • Turndown service 
  • Private bathroom 
  • Designer toiletries 
  • Bathrobes 
  • Deep soaking bathtub 
  • Rainfall showerhead 
  • Slippers 
  • Separate bathtub and shower 
  • Desk 
  • Iron/ironing board (on request) 
  • In-room safe (laptop compatible) 
  • Cable TV service 
  • HDTV 
  • Free WiFi 
  • Free wired high-speed Internet 
  • Blackout drapes/curtains 
  • Soundproofed rooms 
  • In-room climate control (air conditioning) 
  • Free newspaper 
  • Room service (24 hours) 
  • LCD TV 
  • Rollaway/extra beds (surcharge) 
  • Espresso maker 

Shang Palace

The hotel’s Shang Palace is recognized as one of the best Chinese restaurants in Paris, and the first to win a Michelin star. The cooking is refined Cantonese and the intricate vegetable dishes and lunchtime dim sum are to die for. 

L’Abeille

Also rewarded a Michelin star, the gastronomic French restaurant is called L’Abeille, ‘the bee’ in French but also a pun on the surname of the chef, Philippe Labbé. The cuisine is exquisitely detailed and unique and icorportates an impressive range of exotic flavors such as white chocolate risotto or pan fried duck foie gras smoked with Cohiba cigar.

La Bauhinia 

La Bauhinia is named after the flower on the Hong Kong flag and features breakfast, afternoon tea and lighter lunches and dinners – served under a glass dome.

On The Map: Paris is the largest city in France and is located in the northwest region. It is on the banks of the River Seine and and is one of the largest European capitals with a population of approximately 2,315,000. The 19th-century cityscape is intersected by wide boulevards and the River Seine. Beyond being known for its symbolic landmarks- the Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe, and the 12th-century, Gothic Notre-Dame cathedral – the city features a unique cafe culture and designer boutiques along the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré.

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Like the name suggests, Bunratty Haven is a haven of peace and tranquility that overlooks the beautiful hills of Clare. Your hosts Lorraine & Noel McInerney will provide the warmest of Irish Hospitality and great pointers for great activities in the region. Bunratty Haven has a superb location from which to explore county Clare and the west of Ireland. The 15th century historic Bunratty castle and Folk Park is a short 4 minute drive away, as is the famous Durty Nellie's pub and the wonderful shops and restaurants of Bunratty town. 

All Guestrooms Feature:

  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Hair Dryer
  • Internet Access
  • Ironing
  • No Smoking House
  • TV in Bedroom
  • Wi-Fi

Bunratty Haven offers an extensive breakfast menu to suit all tastes. Where possible ingredients are sourced locally. All eggs are free range.

Sample Breakfast Menu:

  • Selection of cereals and orange juice
  • Bacon, egg, sausage, tomato, black and white pudding
  • Bacon & Scrambled eggs
  • Fresh fruit salad & yogurt
  • Pancakes & Maple syrup
  • Smoked Salmon & Scrambled eggs
  • Homemade porridge served with honey or Brown Sugar.

(All served with homemade brown bread and toast, freshly brewed Tea and Coffee.)

On the Map: Bunratty is located in the west of Ireland in County Clare. The main N18/M18 road connecting the cities of Limerick (to the south) & Ennis (to the north) passes right by the village. Shannon Airport is only 15 minutes to the west, also accessed via the N18/M18.

In Bunratty Village, one can enjoy the medieval grandeur that awaits in Bunratty Castle and its lively Folk Park. The castle, overlooking the River Shannon, is in excellent condition and well worth a visit. It is one of the finest surviving examples of an Irish tower house, and it’s current peaceful and picturesque state belies its bloody and violent history. The strategic location of the castle on the river Shannon ensured it was the focal point of many battles, and it has it has been destroyed and re-built on at least eight occasions. The Folk Park adjoins the castle and vividly portrays what everyday life was like in rural Ireland about 100 years ago. It contains reconstructed farmhouses, cottages and shops, replete with authentic furnishings. The Park is a living museum: animals are tended, bread is baked, milk is churned, walls are whitewashed and roofs are thatched. You may visit an Irish farmhouse, watch the blacksmith fit a horseshoe, or attend a weaving demonstration. The village also reflects the fundamental changes that led to increased mobility in Irish society. Once you’ve explored the Castle & Folk Park, be sure to sample a relaxing cup of tea and freshly baked scones in one of the quaint thatched cottage cafes. The famous Durty Nelly’s pub is in the heart of town, adjacent to the castle.

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