“Top quality, very comfortable house in excellent location.” My husband and I and our 3 children had a fantastic week's holiday in this beautifully decorated and very comfortable house in Kenmare. The house is spacious and luxurious with very comfortable beds and efficient showers. It is well equipped, had everything we needed, was extremely clean and excellent value for money. The views from the house over the golf course to the hills beyond are lovely. It is also in easy walking distance of Kenmare centre and we were spoilt for choice for restaurants offering excellent food. We found lots to do in the area including golf at Kenmare Golf Club, horse riding, kayaking on the Lakes of Killarney and a seal watching boat trip (Seafari). We enjoyed walking to see the magnificent scenery and our 3 sons were particularly impressed with the satellite TV! We would definitely stay here again.
“Location, location, location!” Stunning views across the sea from this lovely well equipped apartment were the icing on the cake. Centrally located oposite the harbour this lovely apartment was a superb choice for our 3cday stay in Kinvarra whilst doing our Wild Atlantic Way road trip. .
“Gorgeous, clean, warm, and very welcoming house feels like coming home.” This house is very welcoming and caters for both young and old. It has been built and decorated by caring hands to a very high standard. This was our first time renting a holiday home, we were unsure what to expect. We received a warm welcome from John and were made to feel very comfortable this was definitely a home away from home. My 5 year old little boy loved playing on the swings and John very kindly let him borrow a bike which he loved! The views and near by beeches are lovely and fingers crossed we will definitely be back again! We would like to thanks both John and Dolores for letting us stay in this truly lovely and affectionately now known to us as our holiday home. There was only one bad thing about Mia's Cottage – are stay was not long enough!
“Beautiful views” We had a brilliant time , there were loads to do althrough you gad to travel to get to them , kids enjoyed themselves weather was fantastic and the views from the cabin were beautiful
“To blame glebe” I have to say the accommodation was excellent and do was my host Tom who showed me the county of Donegal and his local knowledge. Everyone was very welcoming and so relaxed within staying here in Donegal. Definitely can't wait to see Donegal soon.
Dew-covered fields sparkle emerald green and the lilting sound of happy-go-lucky locals drifts from a cosy pub close by. Where else could you be but Ireland? From Dublin’s enchanting streets to County Kerry’s rugged beauty, you’ll be powerless against its charms.
Packed With Personality
Whether you’re in the city or countryside, Ireland offers a warm welcome. Dublin, its vibrant and charismatic capital, is a fascinating city. Cobbled streets are lined with historic buildings, including the medieval St Patrick’s cathedral, the spectacular buildings of Trinity College, and the revitalised Docklands district (not to mention around 1,000 pubs). And no visit to Dublin is complete without touring the world-famous Guinness factory or walking the banks of the beautiful River Liffey.
Fairy Tale Scenery
In rural Ireland, breathtaking vistas of lush fields dotted with thatched cottages come as standard. For incredible coastal views, nothing beats driving the Wild Atlantic Way: you can expect exquisite beauty at each and every turn in the road. But the Emerald Isle has a few surprises, too: County Clare’s Burren National Park offers explorers a lunar landscape, including the unique 207-metre peak of Knockanes with ridges that curve up the hillside.
From the high spirits of St Patrick’s Day to laid-back laughter over a pint of the black stuff, much of Ireland’s lively social scene plays out in the comfort of a cosy pub. You’ll probably be treated to some impromptu trad music (traditional Irish folk music) and end up singing the night (as well as your worries) away. Dublin is the place for bustling bars while quieter watering holes can be found pretty much anywhere you care to stay, from Westport to Wexford.
Top Destination reviews
The Landmark -Fab 3bed House at Aughris Sligo directly on the Wild Altantic Way
Family get away
The house was central to a magically winter get away. Travelling with 2 young daughters (9 and 5) and Puppy we thoroughly enjoyed the truely beautiful surroundings with beach walks, cliff walks, mountain (hill) treks and waterfall visits, this coupled with the great base of Sheila’s house made for a memorable trip!
Car is certainly recommended and note dogs not welcome in the beach bar, although understandable this would have made the trip even more enjoyable.
That said staff were great and Guiness also! Sunday dinner
Would recommend Glencar waterfall, Aughris Cliff walk (dolphins and seals if your lucky) and Knocknarea Mountain walk.
Host Sheila was wonderful in supporting our arrival and presents a lovely house to relax in, make use of stove with fuel from fantastic local shop.
Thank you Sheila and the residents of Aughris for a lovely and well needed week away. …
Ardara, Co. Donegal. Cosy 3 bedroom house with rural and sea view w Stove fire
Peaceful comfortable cottage
Stayed here in June last year at the height of the heatwave and it was lovely. Very convenient to Ardara and shops etc. Located in a beautiful part of Donegal. Used cottage as a base to explore the beautiful countryside, beaches, hill, rivers and waterfall. Mary was a lovely hostess and nothing was a bother. Cottage very clean and comfortable and surrounded by large garden and parking. Bonus was it is pet friendly. Would stay again …
The best holiday house I have ever been in.
Its been a second time I have been at the house, and loved it. It is great for a bigger group of people . The rooms are lovely and clean. Enjoyed every minute of our stay.
The house is very warm and the heated floor is a big plus!
Will be back for our 3rd wisit again 100%
Ps. Thank you for a surprise cake Christine, it was delicious ! …
Lovely farm house
We enjoyed our stay in Lakeview House.
Its spacious,fully equipped and plenty of things to do around Portumna.
The communication with the owner is excellent,he answered and replied our messages promptly and he's very friendly.
Recommended for families gatherings and who holidaying with kids too …
Ballycotton Fishermans Cottage by the sea
Beautiful house in lovely area
We took a 3 day break after Christmas to stay in this house with family of 4 adults and our kids. The house was so beautifully decorated and comfortable everything we needed was there and it was spotless clean. The area is perfect some lovely pubs within metres. Lovely walks close by. Close to kids entertainment in Youghal. I can only imagine how beautiful it is in summer. …
Dublin Castle - in the heart of the city.
Excellent apartment, perfect location
We stayed here as 2 couples over the New Year period and it couldn’t have been better (for the price, location, ammenities, ease of check-in etc). Location right next to Dublin Castle, opposite Olympia Theatre. Near a main road but didn’t hear much noise from it. The apartment has 2 equal sized bedrooms with comfy beds, plenty of storage and hanging space. Living area wasn’t as small as other reviews made out. Good space for cooking and socialising with stools, a sofa and a kitchen table. Kitchen had everything you would expect - hobs, oven, good sized fridge, small freezer and all the glass ware/plates etc. The shower was disappointing as it didn’t hold pressure for 4 showers every morning and the hot water switch had to be put on an hour or so before lots of people showering.
Overall it was a great place and I’d highly recommend it to anyone! …