The voucher applies to any of the 60 Original Irish Hotels across the country
Fancy a summer staycation?
Hotels are offering fantastic discounts to jumpstart the struggling Irish hospitality industry.
And since foreign travel is restricted for essential use only, there is no time like the present to explore home.
Original Irish Hotels is offering a €50 voucher to any holidaymakers that book into one of their hotels.
This voucher can be redeemed for another stay at one of their 60 four-star hotels across the country.
Castles, spas, manors and more
Whether you are looking for a luxurious spa hotel, a historic manor house or an impressive castle, Original Irish Hotels has plenty of options for vacationers to choose from.
If you’re taking that long-awaited trip down the Wild Atlantic Way, a quaint country hotel in Donegal like Arnold’s Hotel might suit perfect.
Or if you prefer a weekend away to Galway, the 19th century Georgian Ross Lake House Hotel is surrounded by seven acres of woodlands and just a half-hour drive from Galway city.
The most impressive castle hotels include Ballyseede Castle in Tralee (near the Ring of Kerry with a tasty afternoon tea), Luttrellstown Castle Resort in Dublin (a 15th century castle with a championship golf course) and Ballynahinch Castle Hotel in Connemara (with waterfront views and an award-winning restaurant).
Wherever you go, take advantage of the voucher while it lasts.
The full list of Original Irish Hotels included in the offer can be found here.
Feature image: Luttrellstown Castle Resort
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