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Termon House

Termon House

Located directly on a wind-swept beach that calls out to be explored and within walking distance of the tiny village of Maghery the setting of this remote Donegal seaside accommodation is spectacular and makes it a striking and beautiful property.

Tullymurry House

Tullymurry House

Step through the bright red door and if it weren’t for the electricity and running water, you might imagine you had gone back 200 years. This fabulous County Down holiday home is an old and historic country farmhouse which will welcome you into a holiday let you will surely remember.

Wicklow Head Lighthouse

Wicklow Head Lighthouse

Wicklow Head Lighthouse has safeguarded the scenic Wicklow coastline since 1781. This 95-foot-high stone tower once supported an eight-sided lantern, and has been renovated by the Irish Landmark Trust as a delightfully quirky lodging.

Castletown Round House

Castletown Round House

Situated at the pedestrian entrance to Castletown House Estate, this beautiful Kildare self-catering accommodation provides a cosy retreat for SIX. No need to drive for a meal out; leave your car at the house, turn right and walk down to the village. Or turn left into a different world of quiet strolls through parkland.

Castletown Gate House

Castletown Gate House

This beautiful Kildare self-catering accommodation provides a cosy get-away-from-it-all retreat for THREE. No need to drive for a meal out; leave your car at the house, turn right and walk down to the village. Or turn left into a different world of quiet strolls through parkland.

Batty Langley Lodge

Batty Langley Lodge

A wonderful hideaway for two.

Gate lodges marked the end of each avenue at Castletown, Ireland’s largest and earliest Palladian style house. The most interesting of these lodges is the Batty Langley Lodge

Salterbridge Gatelodge

Salterbridge Gatelodge

Situated on the Salterbridge estate, this enchanting landmark gatelodge offers self-catering Waterford accommodation for two and is perfect for a romantic retreat.

Annes Grove Miniature Castle

Annes Grove Miniature Castle

Situated at the junction of three small quiet country roads is a miniature medieval castle. Annes Grove Miniature Castle in County Cork was designed in 1853 to impress visitors to the main house. What could be more romantic than a tiny Gothic castle just big enough for two? There is perhaps no dreamier base from which to explore Cork.

Triumphal Arch Lodge

Triumphal Arch Lodge

Stay in the Triumphal Arch Lodge, a Grade B Listed Building and part of the Colebrooke Estate. This lodge is one of the gateways to Colebrooke Park, one of Ireland’s most important and historic stately homes which was recently renovated and refurbished by the present Viscount and Viscountess Brookeborough.

Helen’s Tower

Helen’s Tower

Helen’s Tower perched high above the rolling hills of Co Down, is an enchanting three storey stone tower nestled deep in the woods of the Clandeboye Estate.

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Downpatrick Town

We flew our drone over Downpatrick town and captured a couple of aerial 360° photographs. Look out for the marker points in the aerial virtual tours, some of which will allow you to jump from the sky down into some of the various visitor attractions found in the town.

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