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  • Relaxing, roomy, comfortable home.

    "Our family including our six teenagers enjoyed this home immensely! Just a quick walk to the beach, shops and restaurants. The owner was very helpful in answering questions and dropping off extra towels for us. The large yard was very relaxing. We enjoyed two sunny beach days. A local told us to visit the Cliffs of Moher by parking in a farmers field and walking the back way! We obtained directions at the Rock Shop and paid a nominal fee for parking and enjoyed a much less crowded hike along the cliffs. This location is very family friendly and I highly recommend it."
    Guest: Lynda Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 24, 2014
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  • Lovely property!

    "As a group of 5 women visiting Ireland for the first time we could not have picked a better home! It was huge and just like the pictures depict. Rita could not have been a lovelier hostess, thank you for the yummy apple pie! The house itself sits right outside of Ennis, just a few minutes drive. It is a quiet property with easy access to the highway, making sightseeing much easier. We found having a bedroom each after a long day was a nice touch. Each room has a shower, and then there is another separate bathroom with a tub. Lots of room to spread out. Every morning we would have breakfast in the kitchen then hit the road. Rita was extremely easy to work with prior to the trip, promptly answering all emails. (Sorry, Rita, that I sent so many questions!!) This home greatly enhanced our trip to Ireland and I would happily stay there again and recommend it to friends!"
    Guest: BJR Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: May 28, 2014
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  • CONOR PASS LODGE

    "THIS HOME DEFINITELY MEASURED UP TO ITS EXPECTATIONS...I FELT LIKE I WAS HOME... MY FAMILY (13 OF US TO BE EXACT) RENTED THIS HOUSE FROM 7/18/14 THRU 7/26/14 AND WE HAD THE TIME OF OUR LIVES...IT WAS THE FIRST TIME TO IRELAND FOR ALL OF US AND I COULD NOT BELIEVE HOW BEAUTIFUL IT WAS THERE...IT WAS SO MUCH MORE SPECTACULAR THAN I EVER IMAGINED...I FELT VERY SAFE AND IT WAS SO QUIET AND COMFORTABLE.. IF I EVER HAVE THE GOOD FORTUNE OF GOING BACK TO IRELAND I WOULD DEFINITELY WANT TO STAY HERE AGAIN... JUST A VERY SHORT WALK INTO TOWN WHERE THERE ARE MULTIPLE PUBS, SHOPS, RESTAURANTS AND A GROCERY STORE RIGHT AROUND THE CORNER WAS SO CONVENIENT... I AM MISSING IRELAND SO MUCH... AND I CAN'T WAIT TO GO BACK.. I WOULD ABSOLUTELY STAY IN THIS HOUSE AGAIN... VERY CONVENIENT, CLEAN, AND COMFY..THANK YOU SO MUCH JACK FOR A GREAT HOLIDAY VACATION... HOPE WE SEE YOU AGAIN SOME DAY...Kathy Courtney"
    Guest: KC Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 1, 2014
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  • Great value in Dublin

    "Great studio apartment for two, with the possibility of a third person in reasonable comfort. Nice old brick building in a quiet neighbourhood. A little far from downtown if you plan to walk, but VERY convenient for Dublin city buses. A Tesco supermarket just down the street for everything you need. Not much choice for restaurants close by, but again, a very short bus ride to everything you could want. The owner Liam is very friendly and helpful, and ready to answer any and all questions. The only negative comment I have is that the wi-fi connection is weak in the apartment, and some devices can only connect when in the entryway. Maybe Liam could do something to boost the signal a bit! All in all, a great value for anyone seeking a comfortable home base while in Dublin."
    Guest: mr1357 Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 25, 2014
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County Cork Travel Tips

Visit Cork County Vacation Rentals on the Emerald Isle

Cork County, in the southwest of the Emerald Isle of Ireland is an area of rich green countryside, scattered with farms, rivers and windswept sandstone hills. To arrive at your Cork accommodation, fly to Ireland’s capital city of Dublin and either choose a hire car or internal flight to Cork airport. It’s rich green lands and stunning wild coastline with bays, hidden coves and rocky headlands make this area a wonderful land to explore. The weather is mild and changeable and it is best to be prepared for rain. Cork’s nickname, "the Rebel County," refers to its history as being the seat of many rebellions, dating back to 1491.

An Ancient City With a Vibrant Modern Culture

The main city here is the ancient city of Cork which traces its history back to a monastic settlement founded in the 6th century. The remnants of the old city wall and some of the original gates still remain. It is the third largest city in Ireland, after Belfast and Dublin. The River Lee runs through the city via two channels so there are many bridges to cross while exploring. While wandering this beautiful old hilly city, it is worth noting the high gateways from the street level. This is from the days when the houses were once boathouses where the merchants would bring goods by river. It is a small, compact city, ideal for walking or seeing by bike. Many companies offer rental bikes. There is also an excellent golf course just three miles from the city center. For families with children, visit Chuckies Playzone or the fascinating Cork City Goal, where the preserved prison is filled with full-sized wax figures featuring famous "rogues" from Ireland’s history. It was here that many thousands of the country's "undesirables" were held before being transported to America and Australia. Children will also enjoy a visit to Foto Wildlife Park to see the many animals such as cheetahs, penguins and wallabies.

Kiss the Blarney Stone at the Famous Castle

This is a county to explore and getting out and about from Cork vacation rentals will be a new adventure each day. Along the coast, there are charming typically Irish villages, with wonderful pubs and fabulous coast paths to explore and enjoy. The quaint village of Baltimore, on the southwest coast, is famous for its stunning scenery. The village features the remains of a 17th-century castle. At Desmond Castle, visitors will enjoy the unique International Museum of Wine. Head to Clonakilty to discover a lively musical and arts community and enjoy the model railway village, depicting the area's many attractions as scale models. Take a cable car over to Dursey Island as this is the only method on and off this uninhabited island.

The most internationally renowned place in Cork is Blarney, with its famous Castle. The tradition for visitors here is to kiss the Blarney Stone. The Castle dates from 1446 and is one of Ireland’s most important historical sites. To kiss the stone, visitors must first climb 110 steps to the spiral staircase at the top of the castle, and then hang backwards over the battlements to reach the stone! It is a challenge, "to be sure" as they say in Ireland, but well worth the effort.

200-Year-Old Cork Cottages, Private Beaches, Pools, and Much More

Cork cottages come in a wide variety of sizes yet all have one thing in common. That is the excellent standard of care taken by owners to ensure that their homes are perfect for visitors. Visitors may choose a coastal location, overlooking their own private beach, or a home with a pool, Jacuzzi, BBQ, and a host of other features. Whether you are looking for a 200-year-old cottage or a large family home, you will find the perfect property here.

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