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Three hotels on 'Gold List'

Dromoland Castle, Dublin's Merrion Hotel and Ballyfin of Co. Laois have  been included on Condé

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 Nast Traveler's Gold List of "the best hotels in the world" for 2018.
Dromoland Castle is described as an "outrageously beautiful" sixteenth century fortified castle on a 410-acre estate where guests are made to "feel like royalty".
In its assessment of Ballyfin, the American travel bible says, "If you've ever dreamed of summering at a country house, you couldn't do much better than this stately, 20-room Georgian home."
 Commenting on the Merrion Hotel, Condé Nast says, "From the grand marble lobby to the manicured garden, the hotel is a calming, peaceful sanctuary in the middle of Dublin."
 
 
 

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