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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.
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Take a break in holiday homes in the West of Ireland
The West of Ireland has a quaint and charming appeal with its small towns and farms that still follow countryside traditions. The counties of Galway, Mayo and Roscommon form the western region of Ireland. The regional capital is Galway in County Galway. Holiday rentals are an inexpensive and attractive option for lodging while holidaying in the area.
The City of the Tribes
Galway City, also known as the City of the Tribes, is a lively place with a unique mix of medieval history and modern culture. Traditional Irish music and dance as well as the latest chartbusters can be heard in the nightclubs. This city has countless pleasures to offer to its visitors including horse racing, music festivals, theatres, restaurants and plenty of shopping opportunities. Rent holiday houses or holiday apartments in the heart of the city for easy access to all of its pleasures.
Beaches and watersports
To the north of Galway lies the county of Mayo. This collection of small villages on the western coastline of Ireland attracts visitors with its many beaches and various watersports including surfing are popular in this picturesque locale. Visitors can book holiday homes or holiday houses in these idyllic villages to get a feel of the local culture. In Ballina and Westport, the larger towns in the area, holidaymakers can enjoy a more vibrant nightlife. Achill Island, accessible from Mayo by bridge, has glorious sandy beaches and majestic sea cliffs. The River Shannon makes Roscommon a very lush county with breathtaking scenery that attracts plenty of visitors.
Popular attractions of Western Ireland
Roscommon Castle andthe Lough Key Forest Park in the town of Boyle and the Famine Museum at Strokestown Park House are popular attractions in the Shannon area. Climbing, sailing, windsurfing and diving are amongst the many sporting activities that attract the more adventurous crowds to the West of Ireland. Staying in holiday rentals and holiday apartments allows travellers to follow a more relaxed itinerary.