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Holiday houses in County Dublin & holiday apartments in County Dublin

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    ​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.

    Per week from GBP 307

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Enjoy the scenery at a holiday home in historic County Dublin

A historic city full of landmarks and attractions Dublin has many museums, a great number of which are dedicated to local history. A holiday home in County Dublin will put travellers within easy reach of Ireland's capital and its surroundings. The city is surrounded by green and attractive countryside with a few mountains and it is not too far from the coast. Renting holiday houses and holiday apartments allows travellers to explore the area whilst enjoying all the comforts of home.

Holiday rentals in Ireland's capital

Holiday houses and holiday apartments are a great way to enjoy the Irish capital. Immortalised by James Joyce, the city of Dublin is full of fun and interesting attractions. You can follow in the footsteps of Leopold Bloom, the protagonist of Joyce's Ulysses, across the Ha'penny Bridge which spans the River Liffey, or walk the streets admiring the city's many statues. The National Museum of Ireland houses artifacts from the nation's history going all the way back to pre Roman times. Visitors who like to do some shopping while staying at their holiday homes or holiday rentals will want to visit Grafton Street or Henry Street, both of which offer a wide variety of shopping opportunities.

The Irish countryside

Holiday homes in Dublin County will put visitors in the midst of some of Ireland's most attractive landscapes. Killiney is on the coast and there are beautiful views of the bay from the rocky hillside. The Newbridge House and Farm is a Georgian mansion that has been preserved much as it was over a century ago. Holiday homes also give visitors a chance to visit the heritage centre in Lusk, which is housed in a unique building consisting of different parts built over a millenium. Drimnagh Castle is one of the few castles in Ireland still surrounded by a flooded moat. Book holiday rentals in nearby Swords and explore the town's medieval monastic settlement and the Ward River Valley Park.