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Belmont House

Belmont Road, Rosslare Road, Ferrybank.

This comfortable bed and breakfast is within walking distance of the city centre. A hospitality tray is available in the relaxing guest sitting room and a hearty breakfast is served in the dining room at separate tables. Bedrooms are well appointed and offer good quality and space.

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Cliff House Hotel

Ardmore, Co Waterford
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This unique property, virtually sculpted into the cliff face overlooking Ardmore Bay, is just a few minutes' walk from the village. Most of the individually designed bedroom suites and the public rooms enjoy the spectacular views, as do the stunning spa and leisure facilities. Dinner in the award-winning House Restaurant is a particular highlight - the menus feature imaginatively cooked, seasonal and local produce.

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Dooley's Hotel

The Quay, Waterford City.

This hotel has been family run for three generations. It is situated on the quay overlooking the River Suir at the harbour's mouth. Dinner is served in New Ship Restaurant and casual dining is available in the Dry Dock Bar. Bedrooms are attractively decorated and offer a good standard of comfort. There is a convenient public car park opposite the hotel.

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Faithlegg House Hotel

Faithlegg, Co Waterford
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This Georgian Country House hotel is surrounded by a parkland championship golf course and overlooks the estuary of the River Suir. The house has 14 original bedrooms, and 66 contemporary bedrooms. Open fireplaces, sumptuous fabrics and wing backed chairs furnish the Aylward Lounge which alongside the rosette winning Roseville Rooms Restaurant offers wonderful food from local producers. The Estuary Spa and Leisure club has a wide range of treatments and facilities. Children’s facilities include a playground and holiday children’s club.

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Granville Hotel

The Quay, Waterford
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Centrally located on the quayside, this long established hotel was originally a coaching house. It is appointed to a very high standard, and retains much of its original character. The bedrooms come in a choice of standard or executive grades; all are well equipped and very comfortable. The Meagher Bar offers food throughout the day, and is a popular lunch venue with shoppers and the business community of Waterford. The Bianconi is an elegant restaurant where evening dinner is served. Friendliness and hospitality are hallmarks of a stay here.

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Tivoli Road, TRAMORE, Co Waterford,

Seacourt is a very comfortable house situated in the seaside town close to Splashworld, the beach and Tramore Race Course, with many other tourist attractions available locally. Bedrooms are comfortably furnished with a spacious family room on the ground floor. There is a cosy guest sitting room, a wide choice of cooked breakfast served in the dining room, and ample off-street parking is available.

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Tower Hotel

The Mall, Waterford
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With a commanding position on The Mall opposite Reginald's Tower, this well established hotel has much to offer. The spacious public areas include conference suites, a choice of dining options and a popular leisure club. Health and beauty treatments are available. A range of bedrooms is on offer; all are comfortably appointed and stylishly decorated. Secure parking is provided to the rear of the building.

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Waterford Castle Hotel and Golf Club

The Island, Ballinakill, Co Waterford
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This enchanting and picturesque castle dates back to Norman times and is located on a 320-acre island just a five-minute journey from the mainland by chain-link ferry. Bedrooms vary in style and size, but all are individually decorated and offer high standards of comfort. Dinner is served in the oak-panelled Munster Room, with breakfast taken in the conservatory. The 18-hole golf course is set in beautiful parkland where deer can be seen.

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