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County Kilkenny is one of the traditional counties of Ireland. It is located within the province of Leinster. It was named after the town of Kilkenny (Irish: Cill Chainnigh) and has a population of 87,558.  Kilkenny is the 16th largest of Irelandís 32 counties in area and 21st largest in terms of population. It is the third largest of Leinsterís 12 counties in size and seventh largest in terms of population.

The River Nore flows through the county and the River Suir forms the border with County Waterford. Brandon Hill is the highest point with an Elevation of 515 m (1,690 ft).  The current county formed part of the Kingdom of Osraige and ecclesiastical Diocese of Ossory.

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Days Hotel Kilkenny
The contemporary Days Hotel Kilkenny is located in Kilkenny, Ireland, one-and-a-half kilometres from the centre. The hotel is within one-and-a-half kilometres of Jerpoint Abbery, St Francis Abbey Brewery and medieval Kilkenny Castle. Opened in 2006, the three-storey Days Hotel Kilkenny has a business centre with secretarial services. The hotel's meeting rooms accommodate up to 50 people and are equipped with audiovisual technology. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available in public areas. The hotel provides complimentary parking.  The avant-garde Rubens Restaurant and Bar serves European cuisine and offers children's menus and vegetarian options
Lyrath Estate Hotel Spa & Convention Centre Kilkenny
The Lyrath Estate hotel is located in County Kilkenny, Ireland, two kilometres from Kilkenny's shopping area and castle. Gowran Park Racecourse and Castlecomer Discovery Park are both 16 kilometres from the hotel. A 17th-century country house, the Lyrath Estate hotel is set amid 70 acres of grounds. The onsite Oasis spa centre houses a fitness suite, an indoor swimming pool, spa tub, and sauna. A range of modern and traditional spa and beauty treatments are also available. Room service is offered around the clock.  The Lyrath Estate's La Perla fine-dining restaurant offers a modern menu inspired by traditional Italian dishes. A subterranean wine cellar features a selection of fine wines from around the world. The X-Bar offers serves cocktails and aperitifs against a backdrop of panoramic view over the estate. A complimentary full Irish or continental breakfast is served each morning.  A playground and a splash pool are provided for kids. Fishing and bird-watching are possible within the estate's grounds.
Newpark Hotel Kilkenny
The Newpark Hotel is located in Kilkenny, Ireland. The property is less than two kilometres from Kilkenny Castle and one kilometre from the train and bus station at McDonagh. St Canices Cathedral is two kilometres away. A circular entrance hall gives the Newpark Hotel an unusual view to the lobby, which has a seating area and complimentary newspapers. The hotel houses an indoor swimming pool and spa facilities, and complimentary parking is provided.  The Newpark Hotel has two restaurants. Gulliver's serves à la carte Irish and European dishes. The Scott Dove Bar and Bistro serves drinks, snacks and bistro food.  The 17-metre swimming pool is surrounded by a sauna, steam room, and hot tub. There is also a children's pool, a fitness centre, and an aerobic studio. The health and beauty parlour offers massages and other treatments.
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Hotel Conrad Mount Juliet Thomastown
With 607 ha of woodlands, rolling meadows and bountiful rivers, Mount Juliet has for centuries epitomized gracious living and country sports. This beguiling harmony of old and new leaves an indelible mark on the most discerning travelers. The feeling of this historic period is evident throughout the house, the bars recall a glorious equestrian past, while the relaxed homeyness of the drawing rooms provides an opportunity to unwind in total comfort. The Hunters Yard was created by converting the estate's original stable accommodation, while retaining all the architectural appeal of the original courtyard. It is located just a 2 min walk from Mount Juliet House, contains 16 rooms and is conveniently located within the heart of the estate's thriving sporting life. Rose Garden Lodges are situated 2 min from the Hunters Yard and enjoy all hotel services. 
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County Mayo is one of the traditional counties of Ireland and is located within the province of Connacht. It was named after the village of Mayo (Irish: Maigh Eo). Mayo is the second largest of Irelandís 32 counties in area and 15th largest in terms of population. It is the second largest of Connachtís 5 counties in size and second largest in terms of population.

Castlebar and Ballina are by far the two most populous towns in the county, with 17,891 and 10,146 residents respectively according to the 2006 census; with Ballina being much larger by land area. These are followed by Westport, a popular tourist town, which has 5,140 residents. The fourth largest town is Claremorris, a market town, with a population of 3,170.

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Downhill Inn Ballina
The Downhill Inn is located in Ballina, County Mayo, Ireland, 1.5 kilometres from the town centre with its shops, restaurants and traditional pubs. Beleek Forest Park is 2 kilometres from the hotel, and the Ballina Golf Club is 3 kilometres away. This modern, family-run hotel offers wireless Internet access, and staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with currency exchange and tourist queries. The Downhill Inn Terrace Restaurant and Bar serves modern French dishes prepared with local fresh produce. Fish and steaks are a speciality. The bar offers a snack menu and a selection of stout, beers, Irish whiskeys, and wine.  The hotel offers aerobic classes and discounted entry to the nearby fitness centre. Horses can be rented at one of the three equestrian centres near Ballina. The River Moy offers salmon fishing, and Ballina and North Mayo are ideal for hill walking. Ballina Golf Club is three kilometres from the hotel. The Beleek Forest Park trail along the River Moy leads across the old estate of Beleek Castle. Picnic sites are provided throughout the forest.
Mount Falcon Country House Hotel Ballina
The Mount Falcon Country House Hotel is located in Ballina, Ireland, three kilometres from the Clarke Museum and five kilometres from Ballina town centre. Ballina train station is five kilometres away. Situated on the west banks of the River Moy in a landscaped estate, The Mount Falcon Country House Hotel is housed in a Baronial structure dating from 1876. The hotel offers an indoor swimming pool overlooking the forest and gym. Massage treatments are available and spa facilities include a steam room, sauna, and spa tub. Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can secure valuables in the safe-deposit box, and assist with booking sightseeing tours. The hotel has an onsite restaurant serving French dishes and breakfast is available each morning (surcharge). There is also the Boathole Bar serving local dishes, and afternoon tea is available in the Resident Lounges. The hotel has two miles of salmon fishing reserved for guests on the River Moy; there is also a three-acre lake on the estate stocked with rainbow trout for year-round fishing. 
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Breaffy Woods Hotel Castlebar
Breaffy International Hotel is set in Castlebar, Ireland, 18 kilometres from Westport town centre. Croagh Patrick is 27 kilometres from the hotel. The Hotel is set in central Castlebar and offers a Centre for Sports Training and Excellence. The sports centre was inspired and designed by international rugby legend Keith Wood, and includes a 30,000 square foot sports arena, two training pitches, an astro-turf pitch, and a specialised Olympic gym.  Legend's Bar and Bistro offers informal bistro dining overlooking Breaffy's grounds, and opens for breakfast and dinner. Legend's bar serves drinks among a themed decor with sporting paraphernalia.  The Museum of Country Life is located in Turlough, nine kilometres from the hotel. The museum's exhibitions portray the lives of ordinary people who lived in rural Ireland between 1850 and 1950. Exhibitions include Romanticism and Reality, Activities in the Home, Life in the Community, and Forces of Change.
Breaffy House Resort Hotel Castlebar
The Breaffy House Hotel is located just outside Castlebar, Ireland, 18 kilometres from Westport, 27 kilometres from the holy mountain of Croagh Patrick and 39 kilometres from Ireland's national Marian shrine in Knock. An impressive, late 19th century sandstone building set within 90 acres of manicured gardens and rolling woodland. The hotel has been sensitively restored retaining period features including stone fireplaces and decorative wood floors. Spa facilities at the Breaffy Kingfisher Spa include an indoor heated pool and treatments such as hydrotherapy baths, massages, and body wraps. There is also a fitness centre.  The Breaffy House Mulberry Restaurant has warm wood furniture and soft-coloured, decorative fabrics. Open for breakfast and dinner, it uses fresh regional ingredients and serves international dishes. Lunches are also served in the Mulberry bar, which overlooks the hotel's estate and gardens. Facilities for children include a playground, supervised playroom and crazy golf. It also offers and extensive range of children's activities including face painting, colouring and videos.
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Carlton Atlantic Coast Hotel Westport
Nestling under the shadow of Croagh Patrick, in the enchanting town of Westport, Co. Mayo, Carlton Atlantic Coast is one of the best known Westport Hotels, carefully restored from an 18th century mill, which embodies the best that Irish traditional hospitality and service has to offer. Located in the relaxed surroundings of Westport Harbour, overlooking Clew Bay and just a short walk from the bustling, cosmopolitan town centre. Just 90 minutes from Galway, this 4 star Westport Hotel is also convenient to Knock International Airport, which is just a 40 minute drive away. (Airport transfers can be arranged).  Located on the 4th floor of the hotel, under the shadow of Croagh Patrick is the Blue Wave Restaurant, which holds an AA Rosette for food & service and is Michelin Guide recommended. The atmosphere is warm, friendly and inspires total relaxation.  The Blue Wave, is one of the finest restaurants in Westport. Given the hotel's location on the shores of Clew Bay, our award winning Head Chef Anthony Holland, chooses only the finest local fresh fish, meat & fresh produce for each evening's menu.
Harbour Mill Luxury Apartments Wesport
Escape the strains and stresses of everyday life in our unique hotel alternative, the perfect place to ĎGet Awayí from it all and yet be close to everything. Enjoy stunning views of Croagh Patrick, stroll on one of the many blue flag beaches or just sit and watch the world go by at your leisure. If you prefer to stretch your legs you can choose from sailing, surfing, championship golf courses and horse riding, the choices are endless. If fine dining is your pleasure you will be spoilt for choice with the excellent selection of restaurants, bars & entertainment Westport has to offer & we are sure you will leave feeling refreshed, relaxed and rejuvenated!!!
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County Wexford is one of the traditional counties of Ireland and is located within the province of Leinster. It was named after the town of Wexford. In pre-Norman times it was part of the Kingdom of Uí Cheinnsealaig, whose capital was at Ferns. The county's total area (including inland fresh-water areas) is 2,353.19 km2 (908.54 mi²). In 2006 the county had a total population of 131,749 people.

Wexford is the 13th largest of Irelandís 32 counties in area and 16th largest in terms of population. It is the largest of Leinsterís 12 counties in size and fourth largest in terms of population.

Co. Wexford is known as Ireland's "sunny southeast" because, in general, the number of hours of sunshine received daily is higher than in the rest of the country.

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Maldron Hotel Wexford
The Maldron Hotel Wexford was opened in March 2003 and is situated two kilometers from town center. Wexford is an old Viking town with narrow streets and a long attractive quayside, located in the sunny south east of Ireland. The N11 bar, which boasts live music every weekend, has a tempting bar menu, but those seeking something more substantial will find satisfaction at Lannigans Steakhouse restaurant. Guests can wind-down, exercise or de-stress at the on-site La Vitae leisure center. Facilities include a 20-meter swimming pool, jetted tub, steam room, sauna, fully equipped gym with TV entertainment, aerobics studio, 2 treatment rooms, and a dedicated children's pool. Situated in the sunny south east of Ireland, the area is renowned for its mild temperatures and blue flag beaches.
Talbot Hotel Conference & Leisure Centre, Wexford
The Talbot Hotel, Wexford is located in Wexford, Ireland, overlooking the quay front and seven miles from Curracloe beach. The nearest train station is Wexford O'Hanrahan station, one mile from the hotel. This modern Irish hotel dates back to the beginning of the 20th century, and offers picturesque views of Wexford Bay. Guests can enjoy the use of the hotel's leisure centre, which includes an indoor swimming pool, steam room and fitness centre and offers a range of beauty and massage treatments. The Talbot Hotel has a restaurant and bar, serving dishes that use fresh local produce alongside wines from around the world. A complimentary full Irish breakfast is available each morning. The Hotel's onsite leisure centre offers an indoor pool, children's pool, spa tub and sauna, and a children's club operates from Tuesday to Thursday and on Saturdays, providing entertainment for young guests. Curracloe Beach, which has been awarded Blue Flag status for safe bathing, is seven miles from the hotel.  Wexford is famous for its range of bird life and features bird watch reserves, the most well known being the Wexford Wildfowl reserve, 10 miles away.
Whites of Wexford Hotel, Wexford
The Whites of Wexford hotel is housed in a contemporary six-storey property with a striking glass-walled entrance lobby, and is located in the centre of Wexford, 250 metres from the Slaney River. Selskar Abbey is 500 metres from the hotel and the Wexford Wildfowl Reserve is 600 metres away. The hotel's fitness studio offers classes in Pilates, yoga and step aerobics, and the gym features cardio-vascular equipment and is staffed by qualified instructors. The hotel also houses an indoor pool and a separate children's pool, and onsite spa facilities include a sauna and steam room. A range of massage and beauty treatments are available on request. Other amenities at the Whites of Wexford include a night club, around- the-clock room service and wireless Internet access in the public areas. The Terrace Restaurant offers modern Irish dishes with European influences in contemporary surroundings, while the Library Bar serves bar food in front of an open fire. The informal La Speranza Café Bar serves bar meals in a café-style setting. 
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