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A Range of accommodation throughout Ireland including Hotels, Guesthouses, Bed & Breakfasts

Ireland - Located towards the north west of Europe, this stand alone island hails the title of being the 3rd largest island in the contient.

East of Ireland you will find another island, Great Britian. From which many of its features can be found in Ireland. Some of these include football, golf, rugby and the spoken language English.

The population is split into two, The Republic of Ireland & Northern Ireland. Around 4.8 million people live in Republic of Ireland, while Northern Ireland homes 1.8 million.

The captial of both parts of the island are rich in history, culture energy and life. Renoun for its nightlife, and certainly reputation to have a good time, Belfast is capital of Northern Ireland. Found on the edge of the Irish sea, you can find the captial of Republic of Ireland, Dublin. Being labelled as "One of Europe's most cool Cities", Dublin offers facilities, art, architecture and certianly a great view.

Home to some of the most popular attractions, Ireland is place you can easily get yourself lost in. Landmarks such as St. Patrick’s Cathedral in Dublin, Cliffs of Moher in County Clare, Four Courts in Dublin, The Oscar Wilde Statue at Merrion Square, Belfast Castle in Belfast, Grafton Street & and of course the most famous - Giants Causeway.

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Dublin - Ireland St Patrick's Cathedral, Armagh (Church of Ireland) St Patrick's Cathedral, Armagh (Church of Ireland)
Photo courtesy of Martin Roberts     Photo courtesy of Brian Shaw, CCL        Photo courtesy of Mad Mod Smith, CCL

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