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When it comes to places all golfers must visit in their lifetime, Ireland is at the top of everyone's list.

The Hotels

Ramada Portrush

Ramada Hotel, Portrush

Overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, situated in the centre of Portrush, sits Northern Ireland Tourism's 2005 Hotel of the Year. The 69 ensuite bedrooms are contemporary in design and furnished with your comfort and relaxation in mind. Room facilities include International direct dial telephone, Wi-Fi Internet access, television, hairdryer, trouser press and hospitality tray with many sea view rooms available. All rooms are non-smoking.

The redesigned Counties Cafe Bar and Restaurant and new Clubroom is well known as the perfect venue to meet with friends for a meal, coffee or beverages in contemporary surroundings with an unrivalled ambience. An innovative menu appeals to a wide range of tastes.

Gresham Hotel

Gresham Hotel, Dublin

Located on O'Connell Street, in the heart of Dublin City Centre, the deluxe 4 star Gresham Hotel is within minutes walk from the River Liffey, Temple Bar, the IFSC and the shopping districts of the city. That makes it the ideal Dublin City Centre Hotel for your sightseeing needs. The Gresham Hotel is a Dublin institution and is known throughout the world. This landmark building successfully marries the traditional styles of the Gresham Hotels with the contemporary style of the 21st Century. Each of the Gresham Hotel's 288 deluxe bedrooms and suites are equipped with complimentary wireless internet access, Quad Riga Genesis interactive TV systems and air conditioning. Refurbished in 2006, each of the bedrooms has been tastefully decorated in a contemporary style boasting the modern conveniences for the business or leisure traveler, as you should expect from one of the finest 4 star hotels in Dublin.

Trident Hotel

Trident Hotel, Kinsale

The Trident Hotel has an enviable location on the waterfront in Kinsale, probably one of the most spectacularly located Hotels in Ireland! Following extensive redevelopment, the hotel was awarded 4 Star status in May 2007 and now offers some of the best luxury accommodation in Kinsale. The newly refurbished award-winning restaurant, Pier One, has breathtaking sea views and even boasts a Wine Cave while the more traditional Wharf Tavern is always warm and welcoming.

Only 5 minutes walk from the centre of Kinsale, the Trident Hotel is an excellent base to explore the winding streets with the many shops, cafes and restaurants for which Kinsale is famous. Or why not delve into the town's fascinating historic past? Kinsale is also an ideal location from which to tour the wider West Cork region, renowned for its rugged landscape, unspoiled coastline and bustling towns. Your Executive Sea View Room is equipped with direct-dial telephone, TV with pay-per-view movies & satellite channels, hairdryer and tea/coffee making facilities. In addition it offers complimentary wired broadband connectivity.

Killeen Hotel

Killeen House Hotel, Killarney

In 1992 Michael and Geraldine Rosney purchased Killeen House. A charming little hotel describes the style and character of this unique facility set in acres of beautifully manicured gardens. Originally built in 1838 as Archdeacon Nathaniel P. Forester's rectory, it was entirely renovated in 1991. It now enjoys the charm and elegance of the early 19th Century hand-in-hand with the comfort and convenience at the late 20th Century. The hotel has recently undergone another major renovation program.

Killeen House comprises 23 ensuite bedrooms (8 of which are Deluxe or "Championship"). The Pub in the Killeen House is truly a unique spot. It has been described as the 'Hub of the Golfing Universe' - probably because it's the only place in the Universe that accepts Golf Balls as Legal Tender! Hence the thousands of balls that adorn its walls.

The Killeen House, surrounded by acres of beautifully mature gardens, is less than a 10 minute drive from downtown Killarney. Killarney's surrounds are truly beautiful and, apart from Dublin, it is Ireland's most visited city. It's very central to the region's great golf  courses. Ballybunion is the longest drive (an hour each way) but this is offset by the fact you will be able to unpack and unwind over several nights in this lovely place.

Lahinch Hotel

Lahinch Golf Hotel

The Lahinch Golf & Leisure Hotel is situated on the former site of The Aberdeen Arms in Lahinch, County Clare on the west coast of Ireland. It has undergone an extensive renovation which has transformed the hotel into a luxurious 4 star property that is highly anticipated to be the premier hotel in the Shannon region. The hotel lobby is the perfect place to relax and watch the world go by. With real fires, mahogany panelling, warm luxurious fabrics & marble accents, what better place to sip an Irish coffee or savour a pint of creamy Guinness. Relax in the warm & cosy atmosphere of 'The Aberdeen Bar' or enjoy gourmet coffees & homemade desserts in their stylish Coffee Lounge.

The Lahinch Golf & Leisure Hotel features an intimate dining experience in 'Dunes Restaurant', featuring the best in local & seafood cuisine. The Leisure Centre comprises of a 17 metre swimming pool, steam room, sauna and jacuzzi. There is also a fully equipped gym.