Ireland’s unusual places to stay

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Ireland’s unusual places to stay
By Oda O’Carroll, Lonely Planet
29 February 2012

Grouse Lodge, Roesmount, County Westmeath 

Grouse Lodge, the rambling stone farmhouse and beautiful outbuildings that act as a residential recording studio for Irish and visiting bands, became Michael Jackson’s secret hideout for six weeks in 2006. REM, Shirley Bassey, Manic Street Preachers and Sinead O’Connor have all recorded in this reasonably-priced midlands village property, complete with an indoor heated pool, jacuzzi, nine double bedrooms and an on-site organic chef. Come for the rock ‘n’ roll stories, retold in the small hours at the on-site pub.

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Stunning 60th Celebration

Just back from celebrating a 60th here, unbelievable place, never been anywhere like it, from horse riding, the pool, the clay pigeon shooting, kareoke machine and the bar, endless fun...
- Sinead
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