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Explore the Wild Atlantic Way

2 nights bed & breakfast, one dinner & return boat trip to Aran Islands

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Golden Years Break from €195 pps

Enjoy 3 nights DBB for 55’s and over

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Best Bed & Breakfast Rate

Overnight stay and a full Irish breakfast

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Female Executive Package

Ladies, experience a more relaxing stay in our Executive Female rooms

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Booking includes free guest car parking and complimentary Wi-Fi

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Welcome to Temple Gate Hotel

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The 4 Star Temple Gate Hotel welcomes you to a charming, family owned and managed Hotel in the heart of Ennis Town, Co. Clare. Offering the perfect location to explore the Wild Atlantic Way and the rugged West Coast of Ireland including The Cliffs of Moher.

Temple Gate Hotel, Ennis offers a unique blend of warm hospitality and friendly service which makes it the Inspired Choice for Business or Pleasure. Discreetly situated just off Ennis Town centre, a short walk through the warm glow of the Victorian lamps in the cobblestoned courtyard leads our guests to the heart of the historical and vibrant town of Ennis.

The hotel rests on the site of a 19th century Convent of Mercy with a fascinating and eventful history. Prior to its conversion to a convent, the original houses, Row House and Lifford House was the property of Charles O’Connell, cousin of Daniel O’Connell. He was a frequent visitor to the area particularly in the years 1827 – 1829 when planning his election campaign. The Sisters of Mercy moved from the Ennis Convent in 1995 to new premises nearby.

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