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Are you looking for a place to stay for your St Patrick’s Day holiday?

St Patrick’s Day began as a religious celebration, held on March 17th each year, to commemorate St Patrick, Ireland’s Patron Saint. It has since become somewhat of a cultural phenomenon, enjoyed internationally with parades, traditional food, dancing and wearing plenty of green.

We have selected 5 of our most beautiful Irish cottages that would make the perfect accommodation for a St Patrick’s getaway…


1. The Humble Daisy (Ref. 30577), County Galway

The Humble Daisy

The Humble Daisy has been lovingly restored to a very high standard and is situated in a quiet hamlet, just a few miles outside of the picturesque village of Woodford. This beautiful thatched cottage dates back to the 18th century and boasts some delightful original features.

This St. Patrick’s Day holiday cottage features its own private patio, overlooking stunning rural scenery. Discover three bedrooms, offering plenty of room for the family or a couple of friends to enjoy a St Patrick’s Day holiday. County Galway hosts its own St. Patrick’s Day festival each year, making The Humble Daisy an ideal base for your Paddy’s Day break.

Browse our full range of County Galway cottages to fully experience this magnificent region. Our County Galway Travel Guide offers further holiday inspiration.


2. The Farmhouse (Ref. 982632), County Tipperary

The Farmhouse

Head to the heart of County Tipperary to find this 17th-century farm building conversion. Accommodating up to 8 people with a spacious and homely layout, it is the ideal retreat for a fun-packed St. Patrick Day’s holiday.

Families, friends and couples alike can make the most of this traditional farmhouse, charmed throughout by rustic wooden features. If the sun comes out, make the most of the suntrap patio at the rear of The Farmhouse, with plenty of space for the little ones to stretch their legs.

Cashel itself hosts an annual St Patrick’s Day Parade, packed with fun and games for all the family to enjoy. Celebrate the life of St Patrick from one of many County Tipperary cottages.


3. Church Street (Ref. 992844), County Clare

Church Street

Choose this heart-warming terrace for your homely St Patrick’s Day holiday cottage. The property beautifully combines charming exposed stonework with sleek, contemporary features to create the perfect Ireland cottage.

Choose from two alluring sitting rooms each featuring their own fireplaces, ideal for kicking back and relaxing. Church Street stylishly accommodates up to 6 guests, with bedrooms designed for families to make the most of.

Explore the magnificent Wild Atlantic Way from the doorstep of this tasteful retreat. Choose from one of many County Clare cottages to celebrate St Patrick’s Day, while our County Clare Travel Guide offers further holiday inspiration.


4. The Visiting House (Ref. 21606), County Galway

The Visiting House

This delightful cottage is situated on its owner’s farm, just a few miles outside Dunmore in County Galway. Boasting its own hot tub and natural swimming pool, The Visiting House is a fantastic property to spend your St Patrick’s Day holiday in.

The stone-built cottage is filled with traditional features combined with classy modern touches. Admire high beamed ceilings, stylish furnishing, open-plan living and patio doors leading to a glorious rear garden. Sit out and unwind from a day of sightseeing in the warm waters of the hot tub, or perhaps get comfy in front of the woodburning stove.

Dunmore is a lovely town to base your St Patrick’s Day holiday, home to the stunning Dunmore Castle remains. Select from a whole host of County Galway cottages to explore this spectacular region, with our County Galway Travel Guide offering ideas on how to make the most of this fine location.


5. The High Field (Ref. 905261), County Kerry

High Field Cottage

The High Field is a wonderful cottage based in County Kerry, showcasing spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean. This detached County Kerry cottage boasts a great location, just outside of the vibrant town of Cahersiveen on the Ring of Kerry.

The cottage boasts an unusual layout, boasting bright and airy decor bringing a refreshing and homely feel. Find a stylish fitted kitchen with breakfast bar, a sitting area with woodburning stove and four spacious bedrooms. A glorious patio area is perfect for dining outside in the mild Irish sunshine.

The nearby market town of Cahersiveen offers a charming selection of shops, restaurants and pubs set beside a picturesque harbour. Enjoy boat trips to Valentia Island if you wish to explore the nearby area and see some of Ireland’s most beautiful coastline.


To spend your St Patrick’s Day cottage among the wonders of Ireland, browse our full range of cottages in Ireland. Use our Ireland Travel Guide to make sure your visit is one to remember. You can also brush up on your knowledge with our fascinating facts about St Patrick.

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