This fantastically-located holiday resort with its own spa area promises a great holiday.1/5At the Ring of Kerry
Ireland | The Ring of Kerry runs around the scenic Iveragh peninsula. Begin some great excursions on the panoramic coastal road from your holiday home.
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Cottage for up to 6 people at Laytown on Ireland's east coast.2/5Living in a Cottage
Ireland | Take a holiday in beautiful Ireland in proper style - the best way of doing that is with a really cosy thatched cottage. Either with a view over the green landscape or of the blue sea.
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Cosy atmosphere in a holiday home for up to six people near Ballyshannon3/5Cosy evenings
Ireland | You can wind down from an exciting day of your vacation here, in the evenings, beside a cosy, crackling fire – as these holiday homes all have their own fireplace.
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4/5I’m also coming along!
Ireland | Your faithful four-footed friend doesn’t have to miss out on discovering the enchanting beauty of Ireland. There are holiday homes here which allow you to bring your pets along.
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Holiday home for up to eight people, located by the sea in County Kerry.5/5Emerald Isle, blue water
Ireland | Whether it’s a river, lake or sea – with these holiday homes you’ll be staying directly by the water. Ideal for anglers and all water enthusiasts.
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Explore the majesty of the Emerald Isle with a holiday home in Ireland
Ireland | Ireland is a country steeped in rich traditions and possessed of breathtaking landscapes. From the imposing cliff's of Moher on Ireland's west Coast to the bustling streets of Dublin, there is no shortage of things to see and do. A holiday house or holiday apartment gives you a place to call home as you explore the country. A stay in a holiday home lets you enjoy a home cooked meal after a long day of exploring Ireland's spectacular sights.
Ireland visitor information
Ireland is very easy to reach by air or boat. Dublin, Cork and Shannon aiports accommodate flights from all over the U.K. and Europe and Dublin is just a two hour ferry ride from Holyhead. You can rent holiday houses and holiday apartments all over the country. Holiday rentals in cities like Dublin and Cork offer lots of entertainment, whereas countryside holiday homes offer space to rest and relax. Summer is an ideal time to visit Ireland, as the weather is warmer and dryer during that time of the year. Since summer is a very popular time to visit the country you should book your holiday rental well in advance.
Things to do in Ireland
Ireland is an appealing destination for outdoor enthusiasts. Its rugged hills, pristine natural landscapes and ancient ruins make it an ideal environment for hiking and mountain biking. You can walk along famous trails like the Ring of Kerry or explore Glenveagh National Park. Cities like Donegal, Galway and Sligo are also popular with surfers. If you prefer historic sites to outdoor adventures, Ireland has a lot to offer. You can set off from your holiday rental and discover Glendalough, a 6th century monastry in County Wicklow or kiss the Blarney Stone at Blarney Castle. Follow James Joyce's footsteps through the streets of Dublin, then return to your holiday house and read "The Dubliners". Ireland also offers plenty of culinary delights. You find lots of artisanal cheeses, breads, chocolates and plenty of farm fresh produce to enjoy in your holiday home.
This is how holiday rental owners described Bunratty
show more most complete and authentic medieval fortress in Ireland now containing mainly 15th and 16th century furnishings, tapestries and works of art and standing in delightful grounds. The houses and cottages of the folk park spread out at the foot of its massive walls with the walled garden, modelled on the original Regency period garden which supplied fruit, vegetables and flowers to the castle. Excellent base to discover the surrounding Shannon region.