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Places to Stay in Ireland...with a difference

Experience Irish hospitality in family owned Bed & Breakfast Accommodation; selected self catering holiday homes and beautifully restored country cottages [more about our choices...]
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Accommodation in County Cavan

Affectionately dubbed as Ireland’s 'lake country', Cavan is dotted with many lakes and hills and also the source of many Irish rivers. [For accommodation in Cavan click here ...]

Accommodation in County Clare

Not only home to the Cliffs of Moher, the Loop Head Peninsula and the Burren but also the pulsing centre of traditional Irish Music! [For accommodation in Clare click here ...]

Accommodation in County Cork

The southwest of Ireland is known for its peninsulas and some in Cork include the Beara Peninsula, Sheep's Head, Mizen Head and Brow Head. The city of Cork is the second largest city in Ireland.e [For accommodation in Cork click here ...]

Accommodation in Connemara and in County Galway

The area west of Galway City is one of the wildest and also most romantic landscapes in Ireland. It is an area of mountains, lakes and bogs with ever changing moods, patterns and colours. [For accommodation in Connemara and Co.Galway click here ...]

Accommodation in County Donegal

The North-west corner of Ireland features high peaks like Mount Errigal and the sixth-highest sea cliff in Europe, Slieve League, while Malin Head is the most northerly point on the island of Ireland! [For accommodation in Donegal click here ...]

Accommodation in County Kerry

Kerry is well known for its many peninsulas and inlets, like the Dingle Peninsula, the Iveragh Peninsula (Ring of Kerry), and the northern part of the Beara Peninsula - and is also one of the most mountainous regions of Ireland with two of its three highest mountains! Killarney National Park was the first one of its kind in Ireland. [For accommodation in Kerry click here ...]

Accommodation in County Louth

The area north of Ireland's vibrant capital Dublin has everything, from beaches to famous historic sites, like Newgrange, Knowth and Dowth neolithic passage tombs. [For accommodation in Louth click here ...]

Accommodation in County Limerick

Explore King John’s Castle in the heart of the city’s medieval district, visit Ireland' prettiest village, Adare, or go fishing or boating on the Shannon! [For accommodation in Limerick click here ...]

Accommodation in County Mayo

Mayo has a long history and throughout the county there is a wealth of archaeological remains, megalithic tombs and ritual stone-circles. The landscape ranges from high mountains in the South to bogland and high Cliffs in the North. Achill Island is the most popular tourist destination in the West of the County. [For accommodation in Mayo click here ...]

Accommodation in the Midlands

Famous for its lakes - including Lough Ree; for the Grand Canal and the Royal Canal as well as for the River Shannon, Ireland's key tourism waterway. [For accommodation in Westmeath & Roscommon click here ...]

Accommodation in County Waterford

Not only well known as the 'Crystal County' but this is also the sunniest county in Ireland offering 30 beaches... [For accommodation in Waterford click here ...]



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