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Hotels near the sights

  • Blarney Castle & Gardens
    Situated 8km from Cork City, this historic castle is most famous for its stone, which has the traditional power of conferring eloquence on all who kiss it. The word Blarney was introduced into the English language by Queen Elizabeth I and is described as pleasant talk, intended to deceive without offending. The stone is set in the wall below the battlements, and to kiss it one has to lean backwards (grasping an iron railing) from the parapet walk. LAST ADMISSION IS 60 MINS BEFORE CLOSING TIME/Dogs Not Permitted/Drone Photography Prohibited
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  • Spike Island
    Discover Ireland's Captains & Convicts and Sinners and Saints at Spike Island Cork, Ireland's historic island. Voted Europe's Leading Tourist Attraction of 2017! The Island is located off the coast of Cobh in Cork harbour & has over 1300 years of Irish history. From an island monastery & fortress to the world's largest prison in the 1850's and centuries of island homes. Your journey starts with a ferry ride before Ireland's best storytellers take you on a guided tour of the outer island and fortress. You can then self explore our prison cells, fortress, beautiful island walks and also use our on-site cafe. Attractions include the 1850's punishment block, the 1980's prison cells and riot exhibition, Ireland's largest artillery gun park and several penal, military and social history museums. With activities for children and families and guided and self-guided tours, Spike Island has something for everyone. Audio guides available, cafe and gift shop on site.
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  • Smithwick's Experience
    Located in the heart of Kilkenny city, Smithwick's Experience Kilkenny is a multi-sensory experience that immerses you in the history of Ireland's oldest ale. Harvested from our land, seasoned by our history, Smithwick’s has been brewed in Ireland since 1710. Enjoying your favourite Smithwick’s Ale, while one of our local staff explains what makes it so unique, makes this one of the most enjoyable tours in Ireland.
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  • Tullamore D.E.W. Distillery Experience
    Explore the Home of Tullamore Dew from distillation to maturation. Experience a day like no other as we take you ‘behind the scenes’ of our state-of-the-art Distillery.
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  • Rock of Cashel
    The former seat of the Kings of Munster, the Rock of Cashel was handed over to the church in 1101 and became the seat of the Archbishop. Today, five buildings remain, including an impressive round tower, 12th century chapel, 13th century cathedral, and the Hall of the Vicar's Choral.
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  • Midleton Distillery Experience
    Discover the Heart and Soul of Irish whiskey at Midleton Distillery Experience. Home of seven iconic brands – Jameson, Redbreast, Powers, Midleton Very Rare, The Spot Whiskeys, Method and Madness and Knappogue Castle. The passion behind every drop lives here. Immerse yourself in a world of rich heritage, craftsmanship, and unforgettable stories. Midleton Distillery Experience has been transformed into a one-of-a-kind whiskey experience that takes you beyond process and taste and brings you to the very essence of Irish whiskey. Taste, learn, shop, and take in the magic of Midleton. We look forward to welcoming you!
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  • Hook Lighthouse
    Hook Lighthouse, the oldest operational lighthouse in the world. 800 Years of lighthouse keeping. The Visitor center at Hook Lighthouse offers guided tours of the lighthouse tower, a 13th Century Norman structure, built by William Marshal, the Earl of Pembroke, as part of the development of his Lordship of Leinster, Guided tours of the lighthouse, culminating with the spectacular view from the balcony, operate every day, the visitor centre houses a first class gift shop and there is a cafe which has seafood specials and home baking. There is a free to view Maritime Exhibition centre with Coast Guard memorabilia and information on the Whales and Dolphins which are often spotted from the Coastline.Parking is free and The Lighthouse grounds have picnic tables and free games for all to enjoy and Relax by the Sea. In clear weather you can see for miles and in a storm the spray often reaches the top of the lighthouse! Social Enterprise Community Tourism Project Thank you for your reviews
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  • Irish National Stud & Gardens
    The Irish National Stud combines an active role in the development & promotion of Irish thoroughbred bloodstock & as one of the country's major tourist attractions. Located in the beating heart of Ireland’s thoroughbred county, Co. Kildare, the Irish National Stud & Gardens is one of Ireland’s true treasures. Beginning in the early 1900s, the stud has produced some of the finest racehorses in Europe. It is one of the only thoroughbred breeding farms open to the public & its unique history & beauty are admired by visitors from around the globe. Visitors can view immaculately bred stallions & admire protective mares alongside their frolicking foals. There is also an opportunity to meet retired equine stars like Faugheen & Beef or Salmon on the stud’s ‘Living Legend's’ team. A visit to the stud’s new interactive centre, ‘The Irish Racehorse Experience’ truly brings to life the worlds of these magnificent animals. The grounds are also home to the Japanese Gardens & St Fiachras Garden.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Ireland’s Ancient East hotels

Hayfield Manor Hotel, The Kingsley, and The Imperial Hotel are some of the most popular hotels for travellers looking to stay near Blarney Castle & Gardens. See the full list: Hotels near Blarney Castle & Gardens.

Adare Manor, Dunmore House Hotel, and Cliff House Hotel are all popular resorts for travellers staying in Ireland’s Ancient East. See the full list: Ireland’s Ancient East Resorts.

Popular hotels close to Kilkenny Castle include Pembroke Kilkenny, Kilkenny Hibernian Hotel, and Kilkenny Ormonde Hotel. See the full list: Hotels near Kilkenny Castle.

Popular luxury hotels in Ireland’s Ancient East include Bellingham Castle, Adare Manor, and Ballyfin. See the full list: Ireland’s Ancient East Luxury Hotels.

Popular hotels close to Dublin Airport include Carlton Hotel Dublin Airport, Radisson Blu Hotel, Dublin Airport, and Maldron Hotel Dublin Airport. See the full list: Hotels near Dublin Airport.

A few of the most popular hotels near Rock of Cashel are Cashel Palace Hotel, Baileys Hotel Cashel, and The Horse & Jockey Hotel. See the full list: Hotels near Rock of Cashel.

Some of the most popular pet-friendly hotels in Ireland’s Ancient East are The Mustard Seed at Echo Lodge, Dunmore House Hotel, and Marlfield House Hotel. See the full list: Pet Friendly Hotels in Ireland’s Ancient East.

Adare Manor, Ballyfin, and Hayfield Manor Hotel have a spa and received excellent reviews from travellers in Ireland’s Ancient East. See the full list: Spa Hotels in Ireland’s Ancient East.

Adare Manor, Clanard Court Hotel, and Roundwood House all received great reviews from families travelling in Ireland’s Ancient East. See the full list: Family Hotels Ireland’s Ancient East.

Popular hotels by the beach in Ireland’s Ancient East include Inchydoney Island Lodge & Spa, Dunmore House Hotel, and Cliff House Hotel. See the full list: Ireland’s Ancient East Beach Hotels.