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This hotel was just named the best in Ireland – here’s what it’s like to stay there

We can dream.

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POWERSCOURT HOTEL IN Wicklow was named the best hotel in Ireland by the AA last night.

And thanks to their Instagram account, we can have a proper gawk around the place and find out what it’s really like to stay in:

The rooms look grand anyway

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And you’d probably get some relaxation on the balcony

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Where the views are fairly delish by the looks of things

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The spa comes in two settings: dark and relaxing

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And bright and spectacular

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The gardens speak for themselves

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And have some characters knocking around them, both fake and real

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This breakfast creation is probably better than the regular buffet

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When the mist comes in, it looks like something from The Shining

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Just imagine winter there. *cosy*

And you’ll have a delightful view of the Sugarloaf the whole time

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We can dream. 

By David Elkin. Originally published on DailyEdge.ie

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