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Seaside hotel/B&B?

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Seaside hotel/B&B?

WIfe and I will be in Ireland with another couple July 27 through August 4. We love train travel and are looking for a charming hotel, B7B or resort with a view of the sea. Budget approx $400 per night per couple. Ideally this would be in or near a town with rail service. Any place on the coast is possible. Please advise! Thanks!

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1. Re: Seaside hotel/B&B?

Check out the Kingfisher apartment in Youghal on www.harveysdock.com

It is on the water center of town within walking distanse of shops bars and restaurants , Looking at the website it is advertised here on trip advisor as well flipkey.com/youghal-condo-rentals/p119955/

it works out at Euro 100.00 per night

Edited: 12 June 2011, 16:21
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The Galway Bay Hotel in Salthill overlooks Galway Bay.

You could get a train to Galway City and then get a taxi or bus to the hotel.

The views across Galway Bay are quite beutiful and the hotel is well within your budget. They often have good special offers too.


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3. Re: Seaside hotel/B&B?

Still in Salthill on Galway bay there are a number of B&B on the sea front and the Claremont is well regarded as are Achill Lodge and (despite the website) Sea Breeze Lodge.




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4. Re: Seaside hotel/B&B?

Train won't take you to Youghal! Wexford is a good option, Ferrycarrig hotel is right on the estuary .if your budget stretches to it , Kellys resort hotel in Rosslare is legendary.

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