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The Grand Hotel
Tramore
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The Grand Hotel is owned and managed by the Treacy family, and combines it's traditional and elegant surroundings with friendly staff to create it's unique relaxing atmosphere. The Grand Hotel boasts a bright and welcoming Reception, ensuite bedrooms, the Doneraile Restaurant & Bar, Duffy's Bar, the River Room set for Wedding Day Celebrations in (River Room Views) and much more: We are in the town centre, very near to all shops and facilities such as Splashworld, Tramore Racecourse, Golf course and only 3 minutes to Tramore Beach. Most of the bedrooms have amazing Sea Views and can be guaranteed at no extra cost, please mention at time of booking to ensure request. The award winning Doneraile Restaurant has a fantastic reputation locally, especially for all fish dishes and sizzler dishes are a house speciality. For more casual dining visit Duffy’s Bar where bar food is served daily and entertainment on most nights.The hotel has a private car park for hotel guests. There is also a free internet station where guests can use business services or simply use the internet at leisure.

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