Places to Stay

Now that a degree of normality has returned to the Hospitality sector of Ireland , beware of being ripped off  but in all our interest help us to expand this page.
in the mean time members can refer to the Tavern Trail, which is available in hard copy form from the club
Help us to expand this page send us by email your suggestions and we will stick em in here  for all to see.
Casey’s of Baltimore
Casey’s of Baltimore, in West Cork is a family run hotel and occupies a stunning, serene location overlooking the natural harbour and the Ilen river estuary in the small but picturesque fishing & tourist village of Baltimore in County Cork, in the South West of Ireland.Hidden Valley Holiday Park
Wicklow Hidden Valley is a serene haven of tranquillity and relaxation; set in a beautiful valley with sites overlooking the cascading waters of the Avonmore River and the park’s very own restful lake. Easily accessible from Dublin, Dun Laoghaire and Rosslare ferry ports.
Try Waterford Dungarvan  not one but 2 Aires, plus a new motorcaravan stopover  Cork Cobh a great stop over Goosey Island in Sneem, Wexford,The Templar bar in Fethard on Sea a great pub great welcome, Wicklow Glenmalure Lodge Wicklow,
France Passion
As regards overnight parking, the Invitations Formula is the free alternative offered to the camping-car owners by 1.100 wine-growers and farmers from almost all the regions in France. This private welcome formula allows you to park freely, from one night up to 24 hours, on their property, without any financial or commercial constraint.

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