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This Suits star is having the most amazing Irish holiday

They've been staying in the most lavish locations

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Actress Sarah Rafferty, aka Donna from Suits, has been showing off her holiday in Ireland.

The red-head has been really making herself at home, staying at the lavish Ashford Castle in County Mayo as well as Adara Manor in Limerick.

From sharing the perfect slice of brown bread, to sharing the grounds of both stunning locations with her 1.6 million followers, Sarah has very much been promoting Ireland as the perfect tourist spot.

Congratulations @theadaremanor on winning “Best Hotel of 2018” in the Virtuoso “Best of the Best” Awards. We were only a little bit thrilled to celebrate with you! ????Also, big congrats to the home team. #Limerick. ???? #Cartwheels

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Sharing a photo of herself doing a cartwell in front of Adare Manor in Limerick, Sarah wrote: “Congratulations @theadaremanor on winning “Best Hotel of 2018” in the Virtuoso “Best of the Best” Awards.

“We were only a little bit thrilled to celebrate with you! Also, big congrats to the home team,” she added, referring to Limerick becoming Hurling champions.

In other posts Sarah showed off Ashford Castle from a distance, as she sat in a boat on their lake, writing: “gone fishing”.

Gone fishing. ????

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She’s also very fond of Irish bread, showing off a “dream” slice of bread she got in Ashford Castle.

“Thank you @thelodgeashford for the healthiest dose of Irish hospitality and….carbs. Irish brown bread, this is what dreams are made of. ????”

Sarah, 45, was last over this part of the world when she attended the Royal Wedding.

Sarah and Meghan Markle worked closely together for seven years on the hit show Suits.

The actress always speaks about her Irish roots: “Obviously there’s a lot going on with the Rafferty side but my other grandparents were Flaherty and McAllister. It’s a lot of Irish going all the way back,” she previously told Irish Country magazine.

We’re dating. Latergram. #irishwolfhound

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