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About Ireland

This Emerald Isle is a wonderful and well-rounded holiday destination. In Ireland, you will be able to find luxurious spa’s and quiet retreats to relax in, as well as lively streets and thriving bars and restaurants. Ireland is great for the family too with plenty of outdoor activities on offer from quad biking to horse riding and cycling. There are plenty of historical sites to visit including the Rock of Casher, as well as stunning natural wonders like the vast freshwater lakes in County Mayo. Ireland is particularly good for golfing holidays, boasting over 400 courses across the country.

A trip to Ireland wouldn’t be complete without immersing yourself in the most well-known of Irish pastimes – sipping a Guinness at the local pub. The pubs around the country will often have live music and the atmosphere inside is usually friendly and welcoming.

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We have accommodation options all around Ireland so whether you are looking for a city break or a countryside retreat, you’ll be able to find it on our website. To make it easier to find your perfect hotel, you can choose your location, star rating and price bracket using our filter options. We have also made it clear which hotels are good for families, and which are close to restaurants and bars.

When To Go

Ireland is as beautiful covered in a layer of snow as it is when the trees are covered in luscious green leaves in the summer. Peak tourist season takes place in July and August, so avoid these months if you want to take advantage of lower prices. September and October are great months to visit, daylight hours are still quite long and the weather is mild.

Where to Stay

For a lively city break, Dublin is the place to go, the pubs and clubs are bustling and friendly, and you’ll be able to access some of Ireland’s stunning countryside from the city as well. For a quiet seaside town close to Golf courses as well as attractions like the Cliffs of Moher stay in the region of Clare.