Dromoland Castle Ireland

Dromoland Castle

Dromoland Castle has not been built as a grand hotel. It is one of the most famous baronial castles in Ireland, was the ancestral home of the O'Briens, Barons of Inchiquin, who are one of the few native Gaelic families of royal blood and direct desce...

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Shelbourne Ireland

Shelbourne

Welcome to the icon of Dublin's hospitality history. This famous hotels first opened in 1824. It is called after a distinguished Irish Man called William Petty (Earl of Shelburne) who was, amongst other things, a Kerryman and Prime Minster of Great B...

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Ashford House Ireland

Ashford House

Having been erected over the course of 700 years, Ashford Castle is a Harry Potter sort of thing - make sure you do not end up in the wrong wing.

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