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Ireland is a truly dog-friendly destination and around half of our Irish holiday cottages welcome pets, so there's every reason to take 'Scamp' on holiday with you. You'll save on kennel fees too, increasing your funds for a few holiday treats. No pet passport is required and travelling by ferry is not only fast but also means you can take all your doggy essentials with you in your car - some even offer kennels onboard at a nominal charge.
Just like us, dogs love a change of scenery and that's exactly what they'll get when you arrive at your pet friendly holiday home in Ireland. Some of our properties are located deep in the countryside, gateway to endless way-marked, tail-wagging trails. Others are a short drive from the coast, which of course means that they're near to some of Ireland's best dog-friendly beaches - name one hound that doesn't enjoy a romp on the sands! (Just remember to check in advance of any seasonal restrictions with the local tourist office.)
If you fancy rubbing shoulders with the pet-loving locals, check if there are any agricultural shows or other similar events close to your pet friendly Irish cottage - enter into the dog show and you may even scoop the prize!
Below we list all our pet friendly cottages in Ireland, many with enclosed gardens and other such doggy preferences. Otherwise refine your search and click on the map to browse our holiday rentals in your chosen region. Wherever you decide to go one thing is certain…Scamp will have the most terrific time!
Please find below self catering Irish holiday cottages that accept dogs/pets.
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The Ghilies Cottage | Corofin, County Clare | County Clare
semi-detached Corofin cottage in courtyard development with two other cottages. On southern edge of Burren National Park. Corofin 1.5 miles.
Gronwee Cottage | Kilmihil, County Clare | County Clare
Welcoming Kilmihill cottage set one mile from the village in County Clare. Two double bedrooms, open fire, range cooker. Ideal accommodation for exploring the area. Kilkee 18 miles.
Blackberry Lane | Quin, County Clare | County Clare
A welcoming and homely detached retreat. Rural location with walks available from the doorstep. Open fire. Quin 1.5 miles.
Cranagher House | Ennis, County Clare | County Clare
A wonderful, 18th century Protected Structure in Ennis, with eco-friendly heating, multi-fuel stove, freestanding bath and range cooker. A great touring base. Ennis 4 miles.
Dolmen Cottage | Carron near Kilfenora, County Clare | County Clare
A lovely, detached single-storey cottage on the outskirts of Carron, County Clare. Opposite Caherconnell Fort, close to Pulnabrone Dolmen and Cliffs of Moher. Burren National Park 1.5 miles.
Flaggy Shore | New Quay, County Clare | County Clare
Single storey New Quay cottage just half a mile from the village of New Quay in County Clare. Open fire, rural views, set in 5 acres. Great seaside base.
Bruach Na Haille | Killadysert near Ennis, County Clare | County Clare
Cosy detached cottage beside river and pretty bridge. Single storey accommodation with original cooking fireplace. Idyllic setting with easy access to Kerry and West Clare attractions.
Poulnasherry Lodge | Kilkee, County Clare | County Clare
Lovely, detached Kilkee cottage in quiet location, ten minutes walk from the beach. Three bedrooms, open plan living area with open fire. Kilkee 4 miles.
12 Mountshannon Cottages | Mountshannon near Scarriff, County Clare | County Clare
Detached Mountshannon cottage in Mountshannon village. Open fire or electric stove, en-suite, lough views. Ideal for families or friends. Scarriff 5 miles.