Hotels in Ireland 
Ireland is a perfect holiday destination for everyone who loves dramatic landscapes and touring picturesque countryside off the beaten track. Rugged coastlines, chasms, gorges and caves are only part of the intriguing landscape of Ireland but it is the rolling evergreen hills that serve as a symbol of this country. An inseparable part of the country’s charm is its people - warm and open-hearted, who love nature, music and literature. But Ireland is not only about charming small towns and countryside villages. It has 11 very well developed urbanized zones with their centers being some of the most fascinating cities in Europe - Dublin, Cork, Galway, Kilkenny, Limerick, to name a few. Travellers to Ireland have a very good choice of different types of accommodation. All over the country tourists may stay in farm houses, guest houses and of course - bed & breakfast since Ireland together with Great Britain is the birthplace of this type of accommodation. Traditional and family-run hotels are to be found in major tourist destinations and large cities also boast up-market hotels and boutique designer properties.
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Towns in Ireland 
ArdaraArklowAshbourneAthloneAvocaBallinaBallinskelligsBallybunionBallydavidBallyvaughanBaltimoreBantryBeaufortBirrBlarneyBoyleBrayBundoranBunrattyCahersiveenCarlingfordCarlowCarrick on ShannonCastlebarCastlemaineClegganClifdenCloghranClonakiltyClondalkin ClonmelCobhCorkDingleDonegalDoolinDroghedaDublinDun LaoghaireDundalkDungarvanEnnisEnniscroneGalwayGlenbeighGlengarriffKenmareKilkennyKillarneyKillorglinKinsaleKinvarraLahinchLaraghLeenaunLetterkennyLimerickLiscannorLisdoonvarnaMallowMonaghanMullingarNaasNavanNenaghOranmoreOughterardPortmageeRathdrumRathgarRenvyleRosslareSantryShannonSkibbereenSligoSneemSwordsTraleeTramoreTrimTullamoreVentryWaterfordWatervilleWestportWexfordYoughal
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