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West Ireland

Wild and Rugged. An untouched landscape that leaves a timeless impression. Experience Connemara, Cliffs of Moher and the Burren.

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Clare

County Clare on the Wild Atlantic Way boasts some of Ireland’s most spectacular scenery. From the towering Cliffs of Moher to the haunting beauty of the Burren National Park, County Clare is top on any Irish itinerary.

The Hydro Hotel

Lisdoonvarna

This hotel is owned and operated by the White's Hotel Group

The Hydro Hotel is a 3 star superior hotel located in the heart of the Burren in the historic spa town of Lisdoonvarna, County Clare Ireland. It is a family run hotel which has been welcoming visitors for nearly 140 years.  The building dates back to the 19th century and has maintained the original architecture and décor to create a lovely ambiance of old-world hospitality.

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The Imperial Hotel

Lisdoonvarna

This hotel is owned and operated by the White's Hotel Group

The Imperial Hotel is a superior 3 star hotel located in the historic spa resort town of Lisdoonvarna.

The Imperial Hotel is located on Lisdoonvarna’s main street.

Lisdoonvarna is world renowned for its spa wells and the famous Matchmaking Festival every September.

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The Burren Castle Hotel

Lisdoonvarna

This hotel is owned and operated by the White's Hotel Group

The Burren Castle Hotel is nestled in the beautiful countryside of County Clare. Conveniently located between Lisdoonvarna , Ireland’s only working Spa Town and Doolin, the home of traditional Irish music. We are a large family run hotel that prides itself on providing a friendly, courteous service and we look forward to welcoming you soon.
It is the ideal base for nature lovers, adventurers and music enthusiasts as well as being a haven for those weary travelers just looking for some good old fashioned peace and quiet.

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Treacy’s West County Hotel, Co. Clare

West Ireland

Galway

Galway is Ireland’s fourth largest city and a perfect base for exploring the west of Ireland. The city is known unofficially as the cultural capital of Ireland and its lively arts scene peaks during the summer, with the internationally known as ‘Galway Arts Festival.

The Carlton Hotel, Galway

The Clayton Hotel, Galway

Loughrea Hotel & Spa

Maldron Hotel, Galway

West Ireland

Mayo

The sparsely populated County Mayo is on the scenic west coast of Ireland. The county boasts dramatic cliffs, islands and the impressive holy mountain Croagh Patrick, amongst other attractions. The Georgian town of Westport is busy all year round, with gourmet restaurants, traditional Irish music.

Broadhaven Bay Hotel, Belmullet

Harlequin Hotel, Castlebar

McWilliam Park Hotel, Mayo

West Ireland

Sligo

Sligo is the capital of the Northwest region and is the 12th largest city in Ireland.  
It has a unique location, with the dramatic backdrop of Ben Bulben and close to stunning beaches, rolling green hills, and magical woodlands. A short distance from Sligo Town in Drumcliff is the grave of WB Yeats, one of Ireland’s best known poets.

The Diamond Coast, Sligo

Markree Castle, Sligo

The Clarion Hotel, Sligo

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