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Dublin’s Doorstep & Lakelands Regions


Glasson Hotel & Golf Club Glasson Country House Hotel www.glassoncountryhouse.ie Hodson Bay Hotel www.hodsonbayhotel.com


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Nearby Golf Courses Glasson - On site, Athlone, Mount Temple, Esker Hills, Tullamore, Mullingar, Ballinasloe.


t 353 (0)90 6485120 f 353 (0)90 6485444 e info@glassongolf.ie Rates From €50 pps p3


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Description | Hotel


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This 4 Star 65 Bedroom Hotel is set on the shores of Lough Ree, with a superb new bar and restaurant with panoramic views over the lake and the golf course. Glasson is ideal for both the travelling golfer and for those looking for a comfortable base from which to explore surrounding courses. Renowned for its warm welcome, in a peaceful and tranquil setting. Excellent ‘Play & Stay’ Packages available.


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Hodson Bay, Athlone, Co. Westmeath


t 353 (0)90 6442000 f 353 (0)90 6442020 e info@hodsonbayhotel.com Rates B&B from €59 per person sharing Contact Mr Timothy Hayes


Nearby Golf Courses Athlone, Glasson, Mount Temple, New Forest, Esker Hills, Roscommon, Ballinasloe, Tullamore.


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The Hodson Bay Hotel is located on Lough Ree and is surrounded by Athlone Golf Course. It boasts 182 luxurious bedrooms, an award winning restaurant and a lively Waterford Bar – the ideal “19th hole”. There’s a modern Health & Leisure Complex and a Spa that offers a complete range of exclusive treatments, including the “Golfer’s Tonic”. An ideal base for a golfing getaway.


p3 p3 p3 The Meath Arms Country Inn 9 18 9 p3 9 18 18 p3 p3 www.meatharms.com


Dublin Road, Trim, Co. Meath t 353 (0)46 9482100 f 353 (0)46 9482056 e info@knightsbrook.com


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Nearby Golf Courses Knightsbrook, Co. Meath, Rathcore, Royal Tara, Headfort, Killeen Castle.


Rates Rooms from €65 pps p3p3


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Description | Hotel


Set in 186 acres of rolling parkland, Knightsbrook 4 Star hotel offers a contemporary hotel, fully equipped health club, Spa, Christy O’Connor Jnr designed Championship Course & self catering courtyard homes. Located only 30 minutes from Dublin in the picturesque heritage town of Trim, Knightsbrook is the perfect location for business or pleasure, and has quickly become known as one of Ireland’s finest hotel & leisure complexes.


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Main Street, Aughrim, Co. Wicklow


t 353 (0)402 36460 e phelanmeatharms@eircom.net


Rates Two nights Bed and Breakfast and 3 games of golf at Macreddin and Woodenbridge from €135


Contact Gerry / Paul Phelan 9


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Nearby Golf Courses Macreddin, Woodenbridge, European Club, Arklow.


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Description | Hotel


The Meath Arms and Grainstore Restaurant is nestled in the heart of County Wicklow, in the award winning village of Aughrim. This beautiful Country Inn boasts a long tradition of hospitality, which has been family run since 1728. All ten bedrooms are en suite, each with their own characteristic. It is close to some great golf courses and has its own lively bar.


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