Holiday Cottages in County Limerick

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    A cosy detached cottage set in wonderful rolling countryside. Walks from the doorstep. Multi-fuel stove. Pet friendly. Private gardens. WiFi. (Ref. 938712)

    7 nights from £241

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    A lovely bungalow in the quiet village of Killavullen, County Cork. WiFi. 15 acres of land. Off-road parking. Ideal for families. Mallow 9 miles. (Ref. 943326)

    7 nights from £257

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    Welcoming, three bedroom cottage situated close to the village of Ringville in County Waterford. En-suite. Open-plan. Near Dungarvan. (Ref. 983020)

    7 nights from £281

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    Splendid detached cottage 2.5 miles from Kilbrittain in County Cork. Located on the Atlantic Way. Close to the beach. Kinsale 10 miles. (Ref. 976862)

    7 nights from £295

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    A wonderful cottage with mountain views, in the village of Glencar, County Kerry. Open-plan. Pet-friendly. Glenbeigh 8 miles; Killorglin 11 miles. (Ref. 989094)

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    7 nights from £295

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    A heart-warming cottage resting in the village of Killorglin in County Kerry. Spacious retreat. Perfect for families or travellers. Enclosed garden. Killarney 12 miles. (Ref. 971205)

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    7 nights from £239

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    A superb detached cottage with en-suite facilities, open fire, enclosed garden. Killarney 1 mile. (Ref. 23404)

    7 nights from £338

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    Delightful, detached cottage near Duncannon. Open fire. Well-presented and comfortable. Sandy beaches and coastal walks nearby. Duncannon 2.5 miles. (Ref. 28923)

    7 nights from £253

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    Delightful semi-detached cottage near Skibbereen. Character features. Breathtaking sea views across Tragumna Bay. Open fire. Open plan living accommodation. Beach 10 mins walk. Skibbereen 5 miles. (Ref. 27333)

    7 nights from £262

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    One of our Kerry cottages, this traditional detached bungalow is on a working farm, 3 miles from Killorglin. Open fire, golf and beaches within easy reach. (Ref. 4044)

    7 nights from £240

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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!