County Limerick Holiday Cottages

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    A great little one bed apartment with sea views, ideally placed in Youghal, County Cork, a wonderful seaside town and a popular holiday destination. (Ref. 939280)

    7 nights from £205

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    Delightful one bedroomed cottage in rural County Tipperary. Great walking nearby. Cahir 6 miles. (Ref. 8661)

    7 nights from £186

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    Delightful and well-equipped Inch cottage, 7 miles from Inch, County Kerry. Bright and comfortable, fantastic sea and mountain views. Perfectly located for Inch beach, Ring of Kerry and Dingle Peninsula. (Ref. 4463)

    7 nights from £231

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    A welcoming detached County Cork bungalow in a rural location. En-suite bedroom, front and rear gardens. Overlooks village and river. Cork city within driving distance. Killeagh 4 miles. (Ref. 16695)

    7 nights from £177

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    A lovely, detached apartment situated next to the owner’s home and close to the seaside town of Ballybunnion, Co. Kerry. One ground floor bedroom. Spacious, bright and modern. WiFi. Private patio. Ballybunnion 3 miles. (Ref. 914867)

    7 nights from £208

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    Delightful self-contained wing of owners home near Killorglin in County Kerry. Open plan living accomodation. Garden area. Close to Ring of Kerry and coast. (Ref. 2631)

    7 nights from £182

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    An excellent cottage on a working farm, on the outskirts of Drinagh in County Cork. Ideal for a couple. Pet-friendly. Woodburning stove. Leap 6 miles. (Ref. 921469)

    7 nights from £190

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    Contemporary, spacious accommodation situated at the foot of the Gap of Dunloe, three miles from Beaufort. Detached and furnished to a high standard. Open fire and woodburning stove. Killarney 8 miles. (Ref. 14753)

    7 nights from £441

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    A charming, detached cottage set near the town of Glenbeigh, overlooking Rossbeigh Strand in County Kerry. Open fire. Patio with furniture. Panoramic sea and mountain views. Glenbeigh 2.5 miles. (Ref. 912291)

    7 nights from £291

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    A delightful detached bungalow situated in Ballycotton in County Cork. En-suite. Open plan, well-equipped accommodation. Pet-friendly. Sea views. Midleton 10 miles. (Ref. 938039)

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    7 nights from £252

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Just show me County Limerick Cottages

For a magnificent blend of scenic delights, welcoming villages (Castleconnell, Adare and Kilmallock worth mentioning) and historic wonders, County Limerick ticks all the boxes and is a great year-round destination.

Step back in time in a Limerick cottage…

Unravel Ireland's intriguing past. The Adare Heritage Centre is a good starting point, charting the region's history from 1233 to modern times. Another good bet is the Kilmallock Cottage Museum & History Trail. Find ancient burial tombs and authentic forts at the Celtic Theme Park & Gardens. Head back to pre-Celtic times at Lough Gur, a major archaeological site in Limerick's southeast. Explore King John's Castle in Limerick City's medieval quarter or join the 'Angela's Ashes' walking tour. Enjoy a fascinating tour of the Foynes Flying Boat Museum, the legendary aviation centre that once linked Europe with North America, featuring a full-size replica of the amazing flying boat. And remember to sample traditional Irish Coffee, first created here to warm up passengers and crew after an aborted flight in 1943!

Get fit on foot or bike and enjoy the views in the extraordinarily beautiful Ballyhoura Mountains. Walk the Ballyhoura Way. Enjoy family-friendly walks and picnics in the Curraghchase Forest Park. Play golf on top-class turf or listen to the thunder of hooves at one of Limerick's year-round racing fixtures.

Or why not book a Limerick cottage holiday and learn how to play Ireland's most celebrated musical instrument at the Irish Harp Centre? What a keepsake that would be!