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Thanks to Brexit, the Irish countryside is more popular than ever

Wednesday, August 9, 2017 - 05:50

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Since the 2008 recession, Irish heritage properties such as Castlemartyr (above) have been scooped up and given face-lifts, morphing into world-class resorts that draw well-heeled travellers from around the world.

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THREE years ago, Kanye West and Kim Kardashian spent their honeymoon at Castlemartyr Hotel and Resort, a palatial 17th-century manor house built around 13th-century Norman castle ruins. In September 2015, the five-star, 89-hectare estate set in the quiet countryside outside Cork

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