Self-catered Accommodation in Ireland


Seperated from Great Britain by the North Channel, Ireland (or Republic of Ireland), is not part of the United Kingdom. We thought, however, we would add this in addition to the UK self-catered accommodation.

One of the most popular places to visit in Ireland is the Cliffs of Moher. Rising over 200 metres and spanning some eight kilometers it's with good reason why the Cliffs are Ireland's most visited natural attraction.

The Cliffs of Moher in Burren, County Claire.The Cliffs of Moher in Burren, County Claire.

Want to experience Ireland as it once was? The Aran Islands really do offer a flashback to Ireland's past. Made up of three islands - Inishmore, Inishmaan and Inisheer, the Aran Islands are truly spectacular. Exploring the great fort of Dún Aonghasa(or Dun Aengus) is a must!

The Ring of Kerry (Iveragh Peninsula) is arguably Ireland's most scenic route offering breath-taking Atlantic Ocean sea-view, quaint gaelic villages, Iron Age forts and much more. The 179km circular router offers and experience like no other.

Dún Aonghasa(Dun Aengus) in County GalwayDún Aonghasa(Dun Aengus) in County Galway
Bunratty Castle in County Clare.Bunratty Castle in County Clare.

Historical Ireland

If medieval Ireland is your thing, you will love the 15th Century tower house fortress in Bunratty village. Bunratty Castle displays ancient celtic treasures - its great fun for adults and children alike. Drive an hour inland and you can also explore the medieval mythology at the Rock of Cashel (or Cashel of the Kings), with a 12th Century Round Tower, 13th Century cathedral, 15th Century castle and Romanesque Chapel.

Or tackle the ten-thousand plus hectares of woodland forests, mountains and stunning natural beauty of the Killarney National Park. If your lucky you may even spot the residential native red deer, Ireland's only remaining wild herd have lived at the Killarney National Park for over 12,000 years.

The lakes of Killarney National ParkThe lakes of Killarney National Park
O'Sullivans Cascade, Killarney National ParkO'Sullivans Cascade, Killarney National Park

From the Dublin Writers Museum to Brú Na Bóinne, from the Wild Atlantic way to the Land of 5,000 Dawns in the Ancient East, Ireland has plenty to offer. If you're ready to wander through the 5,000+ years of Ireland's history, you will be sure to have magical time.

We hope you can find your perfect destination by browsing through the Irish counties below. Alternatively, if you have a place in mind, use the keyword search bar to find matching accommodation.

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