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The Cliff House Hotel 39 rooms from £224Ardmore, Co. Waterford, County Waterford
Contemporary hotel with spectacular sea views and an award-winning restaurant. Ultra modern design from the infinity pool to the spectacular glass-walled dining room and spa. Bright bedrooms with lots of natural light and private balconies. An utterly unique homage to modernist design and comfort.5* Luxury - This is the only hotel in Ireland offering 5 star luxury, at a coastal location.Seaviews - The seaviews are spectacular at the only luxury seaside hotel in Ireland.Outstanding locationCoastalRecommended by - Fodors, Johansens, Kiwi Collection, Relais & Chateaux, Michelin Travel
Glasha Farmhouse 9 rooms from £98County Waterford
A charming farmhouse set in an enviable position near the Knockmealdown and Comeragh Mountains. Traditionally styled rooms are sunny, bright and filled with antiques and softly patterned fabrics. The warm hosts and hearty breakfasts set you up for a day spent outdoors.Country Escape - A charming traditional farmhouse, with a warm welcome and surrounded by sublime countryside.Fishing - Fish on the Nire river which runs adjacent to the farmhouse.Sights nearby - Visit the castles at Lismore, Kilkenny, Cashel and Cahir.Secluded setting - For escaping.
Waterford Castle 22 rooms from £209Waterford (Ballinakill)
Set on a private island, the historic Waterford Castle is an atmospheric spot for a weekend away. Awash with heritage and charm, it offers luxurious rooms, an excellent restaurant and an onsite golf-course. The modern, self-catered lodges are perfect for families or groups.Country Escape - On its own private island and with a golf course onsite, it's the perfect country escape.Great walks - There are a large assortment of nature trails and walking paths to explore.Full of character
Richmond House 10 rooms from £53County Waterford
An imposing country house, dating back to 1704, set in beautifully manicured gardens. Spacious rooms are light and airy with soft hues, tall sash windows and simple antique furniture. An award winning restaurant serves comforting seasonal dishes with finesse. A charming country escape.Local exploring - A comfortable small hotel well located to access the numerous sporting and cultural activities available in the area.Great walks - Take windswept walks along the wild mountain trails.Fishing - Find plenty of salmon in the nearby rivers.Sights nearby - Visit the impressive Mount Melleray Abbey.