Six Stylish But Affordable Hotels In Ireland.

six stylish but affordable hotels in ireland

There are loads of places to discover on a visit to Ireland. With flights from the East Midlands from as little as £61, we know it’s a popular place for a quick getaway. Here are six stylish but affordable hotels that will inspire your visit to the island of Ireland.

Harrison Chambers of Distinction – Belfast, Northern Ireland

Belfast is located in the heart of Northern Ireland. The Queen’s Quarter in Belfast is home to The Harrison Chambers of Distinction. Dating back to 1979, the former Victorian merchants’ residences have been restored into luxury apartments with a unique style. Each of the chambers has a quirky Victorian fashion that has been curated so not one room is the same.

The 16 rooms in the hotel celebrate a different creative legend with links to Belfast. The Harrison Chambers of Distinction rooms perfectly combine modern luxury with antique pieces to create eccentric spaces. The bedrooms come complete with en-suite ‘rainforest’ shower rooms and some rooms have beautiful standalone Victorian-style baths, ideal for a relaxing soak after exploring the vibrant city of Belfast. The bedrooms come complete with en-suite ‘rainforest’ shower rooms and some rooms have beautiful standalone Victorian-style baths, ideal for a relaxing soak after exploring the vibrant city of Belfast.

The Harrison Chambers of Distinction offers a double room priced from £94 per night. For more information and to book, please visit www.chambersofdistinction.com

Read more: Discover Things To Do in Northern Ireland.

Haslem – Co Antrim, Northern Ireland

The Haslem hotel is situated in the heart of Lisburn, 8 miles southwest of Belfast city centre. The small but perfectly curated rooms in the sleek and stylish hotel. They come in three sizes – Snug, Comfy and Roomy, making the Haslem perfect for any occasion. There is even the option of self-catering for those who want to stay a little longer and relax in comfort during a visit to Lisburn. Guests can enjoy a breakfast, lunch, or dinner made from local produce at the Haslem Kitchen. The Haslem Lobby is also a great place for coffee or lunch. There is also the Haslem Bar where you can unwind at the end of the day and enjoy a cocktail.

Haslem offers a double room priced from £77 per night. For more information and to book, please visit www.haslemhotel.com

The Lake Hotel – Co Kerry, Republic of Ireland

The Lake Hotel is a family-owned place that offers an authentic Irish experience. With its location right on the shore of Lough Lein, the hotel offers panoramic views of Killarney’s breathtaking natural scenery. Decadent rooms at the Lake Hotel are quiet and comfortable, retaining the hotel’s old charm due to their location in the original building. Guests can explore the grounds of the Lake Hotel, where the ruins of a 12th-century castle are waiting for you to discover them. The hotel offers two restaurants within the hotel, and guests have gathered at The Castlelough Restaurant since 1820. Their bar offers a great view across Killarney National Park.

The Lake Hotel offers a double room and breakfast priced from £121 per night. For more information and to book, please visit www.lakehotelkillarney.ie

Read more: Things To Discover In the Republic of Ireland.

Harbour Hotel – Co. Galway, Republic of Ireland

Located in the heart of Galway is the fantastic Harbour Hotel. The four-star hotel offers a selection of accommodation suitable for any occasion. You can unwind in the roomy, contemporary spaces that The Harbour Hotel has to offer after a day of seeing everything the city has to offer. They offer indoor and outdoor dining options at the cutting-edge Dillisk on the Docks, which serves contemporary Irish cuisine made with the freshest seasonal and local ingredients.

The Harbour hotel offers rooms priced from£110 per night. For more information and to book, please visit: www.harbour.ie

The Imperial Hotel – Co. Cork, Republic of Ireland

Another hotel on the six stylish but affordable hotels in Ireland guide is The Imperial Hotel, located in the heart of Cork. Located close to the popular shopping districts Patrick Street and Olivier Plunkett Street that the area has to offer. This opulent boutique hotel is a respected icon in the centre of Cork City. The Imperial Hotel offers a variety of contemporary boutique rooms including the Classic, Premium, Deluxe and Junior Suite. If you are visiting Cork for a special occasion there is the two-bedroom Penthouse that provides breathtaking views over Cork City.

The hotel also offers a lavish spa for those who want to relax and revitalise. After their relaxation in the spa, you can book an afternoon tea and savour the delicious scones and desserts. The Imperial Hotel also has a number of delicious dining establishments, namely Lafayettes and Thyme Seventy-Six on the Mall, as well as a cocktail bar for those who wish to party!

The Imperial Hotel offers rooms from €109 (approx. £96) per night. For more information and to book, please visit: www.imperialhotelcork.com

Bishop’s Gate Hotel – Co. Londonderry, Northern Ireland

Located in Londonderry’s Cathedral Quarter is Bishop’s Gate Hotel. The beautiful Grade B1 listed building, this iconic Edwardian building is home to 30 opulent guestrooms and apartments. They offer views of Derry-Londonderry’s tranquil cityscape. Bishop’s Gate Hotel offers the highest level of comfort after a day of traversing the city walls. Visitors might want to stop and enjoy the magnificent champagne bar and restaurant first for a delicious meal. For visitors who wish to work out, the hotel also has a cutting-edge fitness centre.

Bishop’s Gate Hotel offers rooms from £101 per night. For more information and to book, please visit: www.bishopsgatehotelderry.com

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