Ireland Cottage Holidays
The emerald isle
Ireland is home to miles and miles of beautiful coast just waiting to be explored. It is perfect for soaking up the fresh sea air and maybe even enjoying a picnic.
Wherever your interests lie, there will be an activity for you in Ireland. For families and couples alike the diverse landscapes offer the chance to explore somewhere new together.
With castle ruins and numerous lush green spaces, Ireland is brimming with views to take your breath away.
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Set amongst the waterways that link the Upper and Lower Lough Erne this is a vibrant Irish town. Enjoy a wealth of pubs, waterside views and boat tours.
Home to Guinness and with more than enough pubs to sample this world famous drink. In Dublin you’ll find varied architecture and plenty to enjoy for all tastes.
Types of Holiday in Ireland
Ireland is a great place to go on holiday with your dog. Miles of countryside, plenty of coast and lots of pet friendly accommodation make this a pet-lover’s paradise.
Imagine soaking in luxurious hot tub after a long day exploring a new area. This could soon be a reality in one of our lovely cottages with a hot tub in Ireland. Make your next staycation a relaxing one.
When the evening draws in and there’s a chill in the air, what could be better than curling up in front of a roaring fire. Ireland has a great selection of cottages with log fires, perfect for a cosy evening with friends or family.
The Lake District is know for its excellent walking opportunities and stunning natural vistas. A place that has inspired literary minds across the centuries, this National Park is a wonderful place to get away from it all.
Home to the highest mountain in Wales, as well as some beautiful countryside, this National Park is a highlight of Wales. Enjoy the wide range of activities on offer and don’t forget your camera.
This is the only coastal National Park in the UK. A stunning area of sandy beaches, towering cliffs and hidden coves, this spot is perfect for a seaside break in Wales.