WELCOME TO THE MCGETTIGAN HOTELS

Find a luxury hotel for your holiday, wedding or business travel. We have had the pleasure of hosting many events including weddings, family gatherings and corporate events throughout the years and have top class hotels to cater for overnight breaks including mid-week and weekends.

All our hotels can now be found on one site – to save you time and hassle.

The McGettigan Hotel Group is an Irish, independent, family-owned hotel group offering high class hotels. Each hotel has an individual look and feel, while sharing a unified spirit of warmth, welcome and a high service ethos. We pride ourselves on our personal service. Our hotels are located in Cork, Donegal, Dublin, Limerick, Wexford and Wicklow.

 

FROM OUR BLOG

17 November 2015

Top Irish Christmas traditions that make the season

Christmas really brings out the best in Ireland and the Irish, from cheerful festivities to wild acts of machismo, happy reunions, musical celebrations in church, and partying for weeks. In Ireland Christmas lasts for about two weeks and is joyfully celebrated as a respite from the winter. Here are just a few of Ireland’s favorite things at Christmas – some old, some new, but all activities and aspects that make Christmas in Ireland particularly special:

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05 October 2015

Autumn Breaks in our Hotels

Starting to get chilly isn't it? Kids are firmly back in school now, university has started again, even the Dail is back after the Summer. Why not treat yourself and your family to an Autumn break in one of our lovely hotels. We have eight hotels to offer you and there are some very well priced Autumn breaks for you to choose from. Its a lovely time of the year to have something to look forward. Summer is over, Christmas is still a good bit away. Autumn such a beautiful time of the year in Ireland.

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21 September 2015

The Mighty Dubs

Well what a weekend it was in GAA.... Dublin have now conquered Kerry in three successive championships for the first time ever – this victory follows on their 2011 All-Ireland win and their semi-final success two years later. Now even the legendary team of the seventies achieved that feat. But they did win three All-Ireland titles in four seasons.

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