Golf in Ireland acccommodation guide - Hotels, resorts and BandBs
Released on = April 6, 2007, 1:30 pm
Press Release Author = GolfPublisher Syndications
Industry = Media
Press Release Summary = Hotels, resorts and B&Bs for Ireland golf trips. Golf travel tips at GolfEurope.com
Press Release Body = From Staff Reports, Golf Publisher Syndications From Staff Reports, Golf Publisher Syndications
(April 5, 2007 - Each hotel in this Ireland accommodation guide has been approved by a member of the GolfEurope.com editorial staff.
Slieve Donard Hotel Named after Northern Ireland\'s highest peak, the four-star Slieve Donard overlooks Royal County Down in Newcastle; in fact, the property belonged to the course until the turn of the 20th century, when the railway came through and the town decided it needed a world-class hotel to accommodate the growing influx of visitors. Today the Slieve Donard is a relaxing retreat, with a spa and six acres of private grounds. This is the pinnacle of luxury accommodation in the north. Location: Newcastle, County Down, Northern Ireland Nearby courses: Royal County Down, Ardglass Golf Club Web: http://www.hastingshotels.com
Radisson Roe Park Resort The Radisson Roe Park sits on the western side of Northern Ireland, bordering the Republic of Ireland in the town of Limavady. Amenities include a new $2 million spa, multiple dining and bar facilities and a parkland golf course playing on a scenic hillside. There\'s also a practice center complete with a driving range, short-game area and group and individual instruction, making the four-star Roe Park a good first stop if you want to prep your game before hitting the coastal links. The spacious and modern facilities make it a year-round favorite for group functions and corporate retreats. Location: Limavady, County Derry, Northern Ireland Nearby courses: Castlerock Golf Club, Portstewart Golf Club, Royal Portrush, Roe Park Web: http://www.radissonroepark.com
Alcock & Brown Hotel Named after the famous pilots who made the first nonstop transatlantic flight in 1919 (and crash-landed nearby), this three-star Best Western hotel is close to all the action in the charming northwest town of Clifden. Its award-winning restaurant attracts locals as well as tourists. All rooms are en-suite and equipped with coffee makers, hair dryers and satellite TV. Staff is most courteous and brimming with knowledge of the gorgeous Connemara region. Location: Clifden, County Galway, Ireland Nearby courses: Connemara Golf Club, Carne Golf Links Web: http://www.alcockandbrown-hotel.com
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April 6, 2007 Any opinions expressed above are those of the writer and do not necessarily represent the views of the management.