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Vacation Rentals & House Rentals in Ireland


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Knock, Plains of Mayo, County Mayo - 16098

Knock farmhouse

3 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / sleeps 5

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Killarney, Lakes of Killarney, County Kerry - 8514

Killarney house

4 bedrooms / 4 bathrooms / sleeps 9

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Inch, Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry - 15845

Annascaul cottage

4 bedrooms / 3 bathrooms / sleeps 9

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QUAY ROAD COTTAGE, all ground floor, multi-fuel stove and open fire, 100 yards

Dunglow house

2 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 4

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Beach House Aughris - Luxury House Directly On the Wild Atlantic Way.

Sligo house

4 bedrooms / 3 bathrooms / sleeps 8

“Lovely little place by the beach!” I can wholeheartedly recommend the annex at The Beach House to anyone looking to get away to the West for a while. Location was perfect for a bit of peace and quiet, a stones throw from a gorgeous beach and a lovely local pub, and a short drive to the local shop and to the villages of Easkey/Ballisadare. It was lovely to have my own private space to return to each day, something I feel would not have had in a BnB. The bed was comfy, the house was spotless, and the kitchen & living space more than adequate. Sheila is a very accommodating hostess who made us feel very welcome and had no problem with my dog being in the property. I'll definitely be back again!

Responds fast! avg. 1 hour 15 minutes

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Garveys Holiday Cottage

Dingle cottage

3 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 6

“A wonderful place to stay in” Garveys Holiday Cottage is a great place to stay in for a company of travellers, especially if you are interested in active tourism. The cottage has a central position in the gaeltacht, so that the distances from Dingle and from Dunquin are practically equal. It's absolutely ideal if you travel by car or by bike. If not, you just have to call a taxi from Dingle, where buses arrive. As a matter of fact, there's a shop in Ventry village, and that's very close. There are quite a lot of things to do around: boat trips to the Blasket islands, horse riding, trekking, wind surfing, even swimming, which is allowed in special places (in case you don't mind the temperature). If you are interested in Early Irish history, there are lots of sights around and also a small museum in some 100 metres. Anyway, you can get a full account of activities in the cottage. The cottage itself is tidy and has all the amenities one may need (including washing machine and dishwasher) - I don't rememder lacking something for the kitchen and the bathrooms were fully eqipped. And, last but not least, the hosts - Mr. and Mrs. Garvey - are very friendly and always ready to help if their help is needed. Those two weeks that my friends and I stayed there were a wonderful time, really!

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Crookedwood Farm in the Heart of the Boyne Valley, Slane Rd, Meath

Slane barn

2 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / sleeps 8

Responds fast! avg. 1 hour 14 minutes

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STEEPE'S PLACE, pet friendly, character holiday cottage in Glenosheen Near

Ardpatrick house

2 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / sleeps 4

“Peace, tranquility, clean air and friendly people” We were welcomed by a lovely neighbour to the property who took us round the cottage and clearly explained everything and that, if we needed anything at all, she was just a short walk or phone call away. The welcome pack was a very nice and unexpected touch. The charming 300 year old cottage, which was very well-equipped with all the modern amenities, was clean and very homely, still containing personal items of the lady that had once lived for most of her life. The owner also paid a pleasant courtesy call to see that we had everything we needed. Just 5 minutes drive from Ardpatrick or 10 minutes from the larger Kildorrerey and situated approximately halfway between Limerick and Cork, this is an isolated location with little or no nightlife but rich in beauty, peace and tranquility. A perfect medicine for the stressed-out city dweller! I have only one issue - anyone over 5'4" will have to do some head-ducking when moving around the bedrooms but that comes with the charm and age of the cottage. All in all, a memorable experience which we are likely to repeat.

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Dublin's Most Central Property, steps to Grafton Street

Dublin apartment

2 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 6

“Perfect location and apartment” Prior to finding this apartment, I was looking for hotels that catered for families, were modern and had at least a refrigerator. There wasn't a single hotel that met my requirements in the city of Dublin. My next option was to look for an apartment. 116 Grafton St ticked all the boxes: a central location (it's just over the road from the main entrance to Trinity College!), living space, kitchen and two bedrooms. This was the perfect place for our family of 4 - two adults and two kids aged 7 and 9 (my 9 year old liked the size of the living space, TV and WiFi). We walked all over the South side of the river as far as Dublin Castle to the west, the museums to the east and St Stephens Green in the south. We also walked easily to shopping centres on the north side. But I knew the location was good. My major concern was how to meet the owner Sally and get the keys. This ended up being much easier than I anticipated as she was easily contactable by phone and email leading up to and on the day. We gave her a time and she was there waiting on the street for us. Conveniently, we hired a car from Europcar which we picked up at the airport earlier and dropped off in the city depot about 5 minutes walk away. I should also mention the lack of noise. Even though the apartment is on a busy street, the bedrooms are at the back away from the road, so there was no noise when trying to sleep. If there was any negative it would be that the bathrooms were a little small (but that is negligible when considering everything else. Overall, this is a fantastic place to stay. I can't recommend it more highly.

Responds fast! avg. 3 hours 50 minutes

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The Old Fisherman's Cottage - an escape by the sea

Dugort cottage

3 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / sleeps 6

Responds fast! avg. 3 hours 55 minutes

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THE BRIDE VALLEY FARMHOUSE, country holiday cottage, with a garden in Lismore

Lismore house

4 bedrooms / 3 bathrooms / sleeps 9

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JOSIE'S HOUSE, spacious accommodation, sea views, en-suites, large gardens, in

Fethard On Sea house

4 bedrooms / 3 bathrooms / sleeps 7

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Achill Island, County Mayo - 16114

Achill Island house

3 bedrooms / 3 bathrooms / sleeps 6

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LAHAM COTTAGE, KILLORGLIN, en-suite bedrooms, WIFI, garden, close to the River

Killorglin house

2 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 4

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HIDEWAY, all ground floor, open plan, open fire, pet-friendly, near Ballinrobe

Ballinrobe house

2 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 4

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Rosscahill, Ross Lake, County Galway - 15386

Moycullen house

6 bedrooms / 6 bathrooms / sleeps 12

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Rathdrum house

2 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 5

“A Welcome Break” Wife and I visited with family friends as a base in exploring Wicklow, dealings with owner were easy and we found unit met our expectations. Ideal location for a relaxing time, just wish we lived in Ireland to visit more often. Friend has already booked this unit as a base for golfing holiday in 2014

Responds fast! avg. 2 hours 43 minutes

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Unique Seafront Property in Ireland's Southwest

Glengarriff villa

5 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 12

Responds fast! avg. 32 minutes

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Driftwood Cottage, Fethard-On-Sea, County Wexford

Hook Head cottage

3 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 6

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Ardcath, Bettystown Coast, County Meath - 7123

Duleek farmhouse

1 bedroom / 1 bathroom / sleeps 2

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Cosy Bright Bungalow at Fairy Fort Farm

Thurles house

6 bedrooms / 3 bathrooms / sleeps 12

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Cottage 215 - Claddaghduff - 215 - Claddaghduff

Claddaghduff house

5 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 9

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7 CNOC NA RI, en-suite, WiFi, Sligo 3 miles, Ref 957079

Strandhill cottage

3 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 5

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Borris In Ossory, Slieve Bloom Mountains, County Laois - 8858

Borris-in-Ossory cottage

5 bedrooms / 5 bathrooms / sleeps 10

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Sea Side Apartment No.1, Buncrana (Ground Floor)

Buncrana apartment

2 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / sleeps 4

Responds fast! avg. 59 minutes

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WOODSIDE LODGE, single-storey accommodation, woodburner, pet-friendly, near

Oughterard house

2 bedrooms / 3 bathrooms / sleeps 4

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Cozy and beautiful new home in Avoca

Avoca house

3 bedrooms / 3 bathrooms / sleeps 5

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TEARMANN, detached, fantastic views, woodburners, private garden, WiFi, nr

Gorey house

6 bedrooms / 3 bathrooms / sleeps 13

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Traditional cosy Stone Cottage with sea views

Kenmare house

2 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / sleeps 4

“Rustic Living” If you like Rustic, then this place is for you. Mag is a wonderful host and she made sure we felt at home the moment we arrived. The stone cottage is about 100 years old and is basic accommodation but still warm and cozy. We still had all the modern essentials such as dish washer, washing machine etc but without the time burners such as internet and cable TV. The open fire was great and the bed very comfortable. Our little hire car managed the bush track to the house and the view is breathtaking. A little hint... take most of your supplies with you as the major stores are a reasonably long drive away. Make sure you venture to Josie's for at least one meal. You won't believe how remote it is and how good the food and view are.

Responds fast! avg. 3 hours 17 minutes

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Deerpark Cottage, Co. Kildare, Ireland - An Oasis of Calm after your hectic day

Kilcullen cottage

3 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 7

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29 ARD CAHER, semi-detached, gardens, WiFi, in Louisburgh, Ref 942405

Louisburgh house

4 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 6

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Spiddal Cottage

Spiddal house

2 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / sleeps 4

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Portnablagh, Seaside Resort, County Donegal - 7683

Dunfanaghy house

3 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 7

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NANA'S HOUSE family-friendly, sea views in Allihies Ref 13491

Allihies house

3 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / sleeps 5

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THE BRAMBLES FARM COTTAGE, detached cottage, open fire, farm location, in

Farranfore house

4 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / sleeps 7

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Belmullet, Broadhaven, County Mayo - 11696

Belmullet cottage

2 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 5

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Roosky, River Shannon, County Roscommon - 12196

Dromod house

7 bedrooms / 4 bathrooms / sleeps 14

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Keel, Achill Island, County Mayo - 14329

Keel house

5 bedrooms / 5 bathrooms / sleeps 10

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About Ireland

Lovingly referred to as "The Emerald Isle," Ireland is one of Europe's most enchanting destinations. This warm and friendly country is known for its small towns, Gaelic culture, lovely seascapes, and historic architecture. Dublin, the country's capital, is a cosmopolitan city with Georgian architecture, interesting museums, and a lively nightlife. Dublin can be a wonderful place to start your journey around Ireland, or a destination in itself.

Outside of the capital, Ireland is decidedly less urban. Across the country, rolling hills of green grass are dotted with small villages and grazing sheep. Here and there, the ruins of a monastery or the stone turrets of a castle rise over the meadows, lending an undeniable majesty to the landscape. In some small towns, the Gaelic language is still spoken, while the country's Celtic heritage is preserved in its musical traditions. Simply enjoying the unique Irish atmosphere is what attracts most visitors to this country. There is no greater pleasure than a pleasant stroll along the bluffs in Donegal or stopping in for a hearty Irish meal at a country pub in Cork. As many visitors will tell you, the Irish people are as warm as their hills are green.

When planning a trip to Ireland, consider visiting:

  • Killarney: This scenic city is situated in Kerry County, a typically Irish region of lakes, fields, and national parks.
  • Connemara: Located in Galway, the Connemara Loop is an enchanting coastal highway that will take you past charming little towns and breathtaking landscapes.
  • Clonmacnoise: Take a fascinating tour of the ruins of an 11th and 12th century monastery, situated along the banks of the Shannon River.

Ireland can be a wonderful destination for the whole family, especially if you find a vacation rental that will accommodate your whole group. For a taste of true Ireland, a charming cottage or cozy cabin rental in one of the country's small towns can be an unforgettable way to spend your vacation. For the most romantic option, seek out an oceanfront villa overlooking the sea. Those who like urban pleasures should consider a condo or apartment rental in the cities of Cork, Dublin, or Galway, where you can enjoy local culture from the comfort of your own space.

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Cosy Cottage in Adrigole in beautiful Beara
A perfect location of a cosy cottage

The three of us have stayed a few days in this lovely cotttage which is fully equipped, with a spacious garden and stunning views of the bay at the doorstep. There are plenty of opportunities for visiting lovely places nearby. We visited Mizen Head, Dingle bay and the local Beara Penninsula (especilally overwhelming on the northern side), which was a peaceful beakaway from it all. Dan was very amiable, helpful and kind. Not to mention Harry who was a perfect match for our teenage son:). A lovely holiday indeed! Strongly recommended.see more
Fabulous relaxing stay in rural Ireland

The house was fantastic and in a great rural location to enjoy a traditional stay in Ireland. The house was well equipped and had everything you needed for a self catering stay, it was furnished to a very high standard and provided lots of luxuries. It was well connected and easy to find, visiting other parts of Ireland was relatively easy and the house was great for visiting the west coast and other parts of the countryside. Sally was a fantastic host and met us at the house on arrival to go through everything, she was also very quick at responding to our enquiries throughout the booking process and during our stay. Overall I would highly recommend the house for a luxury stay in Ireland.see more
Fabulous views on the Ring of Kerry, near Kenmare
Wonderful house with beautiful views of Kenmare Bay!

We loved the house and our stay. The house was great and the views were amazing! The owner was extremely helpful as well, and took the time to check in with use to make sure everything was going well. I would highly recommend this house!! … see more
Kate's Cottage
Peaceful cottage and surroundings

A lovely cottage out in the country. Beautiful views of the Knockmealdown Mtns., pastures of cows and sheep. Cottage was delightful with all the comforts of home, gardens were very pretty and wonderful to sit in. Couldn’t make up my mind where to sit out and have coffee in the morning. Spent 3 weeks there and wish it could have been longer. Day trips were easy from this location. Mountains and the ocean were both short drives.see more
Brandon Mountain Cottage
thoughtful host, who provided many helpful additions. very clean and welcoming

fresh scones and jam ready for us on arrival. lovely views of mountains and sea. godd selection of beaches in vicinity childrens games available and good selection of tv channels for wet days … see more
Traditional cosy Stone Cottage with sea views
you lost it

Wrote a long review but trip adviser site does not work so it was lost - a good write up to - spent a lot of time … see more

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