(L) Dingle peninsula coast, Ireland (R) A smoke-free dinning place of the
Irish historic house
The law prohibits smoking in an enclosed place of work in Ireland. While
the ban will mean
that is forbidden in many indoor places, there are a few exceptions:
- Police station detention areas
- Nursing homes
- Religious order homes
- The Central Mental Hospital
- Psychiatric hospitals
- Hotel, guesthouse and B&B bedrooms.
(L) No smoking sign at the room entrance of Dingle Benners Hotel, Dingle
in the southwestern peninsula of Ireland.
Dingle Benners Hotel is a smoke-free hotel.
(R) A smoke free, clean restaurant of the Dingle Benners Hotel.
(L) This sign plaque says if you have to smoke, the hotel will refer you
to the other hotel which a smoking room is available.
(R) A lonely woman smoking outside of a restaurant at the port town of
(L) No smoking sign plate showed the name of a person responsible to insure
(R) A dinning room of the Quay House, Clifden, Ireland.
Smoking Restriction at Hotels in the World: Actual Survey
The ratio of a smoking guest room to the total hotel rooms was calculated,
based on-the-spot investigation.
(L) No smoking sign at the cafeteria in Muckrose House, Killarney National
( Na Caith Tabc ) is the Irish ( Gaeilge ) language spoken by a small Irish
minority people.who lives mainly in the west coast of Ireland.
(R) Many customers are enjoying their comfortable time in a smoke free
bar at the street of Killarney, Ireland.
The sign plate indicates that the indoor apace of the restaurant is smoke-free,
also campaigning for a discount for take out.
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Arrival to Ireland Airport and Railway Hotel and bar Tobacco sales smoking ban in public places
Luas Tram, Dublin Dublin Area Rapid Transit Dublin-Belfast Express Train
The photographs were taken in September, and the article was written in
by Junhaku Miyamoto, M.D., PhD.