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Dotted with regal castles-turned-hotels, the Emerald Isle has the type of majestic lodgings that can turn your "once upon a time" fairytale into a "happily ever after" reality. Opulent interiors, medieval, manicured exteriors, and ultra-luxurious amenities are just a few of the things that will help give you a taste of the finer life. To help you find the perfect property, we pulled together a list of the country's most gorgeous castle hotels that are fit for royalty.
Royal York Hotel Ryde on the isle wight was once a popular tourist destination and transport hub, like many other resort towns it has its share of boarded up hotels and guest houses... The Royal york hotel was built in 1938 and replaced an earlier Victorian hotel of the same name. The advent of the railway and the pier with regular passenger ferries had made Ryde the gateway to the island and a popular destination for holidaymakers. Closed in around 2006.
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Plan your Scotland Trip with those 5 detailed Scotland itinerary suggestions - Stop by Stops with photos - including, Edinburgh, Glencoe, Trossachs, Isle of Skye...- Make the most of your Scotland Travel with some of the best Landscapes in Scotland
One Week In Ireland: Travel Tips for the Emerald Isle
So you’ve only got one week in Ireleand to cover the rolling green hills and narrow-laned streets of the emerald isle? No problem. With a little energy and a LOT of driving, you’ll easily knock out the southern half of Ireland. Break it down by days and keep it moving in one direction. We recommend flying into Shannon and trekking it to Dublin, which takes you through dozens of small towns, letting you explore castles, farms and restaurants slightly off the beaten tourist path...