Irish hotels are back in business - they’ve sold like hot-cakes during 2014, with over 50 finding new owners, with €450m changing hands in the process.
Dundaniel House, Innishannon, Price: €1.8m
Size: 470 sq m (5,000 sq ft)
Bedrooms: 5, plus 8
Bathrooms: 4, plus 6
Best Feature: Much loved
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