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  • 4 Glenwood

    Banteer near Mallow, County Cork
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    • Bedrooms4
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    Cosy, detached cottage in the village of Banteer. Homely and comfortable. Open fires. Enclosed lawned garden with furniture. Great touring base for Kerry and Cork. Mallow 12.5 miles. (Ref. 928565)

    7 nights from £283

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  • The Barn @ BallyCairn

    Ballygally, County Antrim
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    A stunning, stone-front cottage resting on the coast of Northern Ireland. Sea views. Electric fire. Enclosed garden. WiFi. Ballymena 20.8 miles; Belfast 25.1 miles. (Ref. 979436)

    7 nights from £573

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Ireland is blessed with spectacular scenery, much to see and do and a wide range of our Irish holiday cottages. Each picturesque county offers something different, ensuring that there is an Ireland cottage holiday for everybody. Read on to discover why your next cottage holiday should be an Irish one.

Why Ireland?

This magnificent country offers a little bit of just about anything, attracting visitors or all tastes and interests. Lovers of the outdoors will be in their element while staying at an Ireland holiday cottage. Discover dominating peaks and far-reaching countryside right across the country, it's a breath-taking haven for lovers of the outdoors. The world-renowned, traditional Irish culture can be found all around, with unique events and lively pubs aplenty. Idyllic coastline borders this picture-perfect region, the Wild Atlantic Way is certainly worth exploring with its unbeatable seascapes. As well as the great outdoors, use our holiday lets in Ireland to discover a wealth of fascinating towns and cities. Browse our Ireland Travel Guide for more inspiration on how to spend your Ireland cottage holiday.

Places to Visit in Ireland

There is almost certainly a place in Ireland to answer your needs. Each major town and city acts as a superb base for touring the marvels of its surrounding area. Think traditionally lively pubs, compelling history and varying scenery that's simply hard to beat. Your self-catering Ireland cottage will offer a warm and welcoming return after a day of exploration and adventure. Some of the more favoured places to visit in Ireland include; Cork, Ennis, Galway, Killarney, Waterford and Wexford.

Types of Holidays

A range of different holiday cottages can be found across beautiful Ireland. To get in the traditional Irish spirit, why not book yourself a stay in an Irish cottage with a thatched roof? Or you can treat you and your loved ones to a touch of class with our wide variety of luxury Irish cottages. You can even admire the wonders of the Wild Atlantic Way from a coastal cottage in Ireland. Let your hair down on your next holiday in Ireland by staying at an Irish hot tub cottage. For a long weekend escape, why not book a short break in Ireland?