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Recent Ireland reviews

  • A perfect holiday

    "We spent one week in the Garden Mews Apt. and 1 night in a familyroom of Ardree House. Both, apt. and familyroom were very clean with nice furniture. The kitchen of the Mews Apt. was good aquipt for people who don`t want to cook like us, because there were just 4 glases, 4 plates, etc. But we didn´t need more. The washingmachine was perfect. At our arrival there was a bottle of wine in the fridge, bread and fruits on the table, what we really enjoyed because we arrived late in the evening from Limerick, Burren, Cliffs of Moher. Breda and John were very friendly. John gave us tips where to go for dinner, etc. As the apartment is in the backyard it is not noisy from the street but close to the centre of the town. From there it was good to make our daytrips to Dingle, Ring of Kerry, Cork, etc. The surrounding with the lakes is also very beautiful. Our last night we spent in a family room of Ardree House. Also that was very good! And the breakfast was wonderful!!!!"
    Guest: tina Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 3, 2014
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  • Girls Trip :)

    "My friend and I take a girls trip every year and Ireland was our choice this time. We wanted to stay somewhere that would give us the small town feel and really get a sense of Irish living, but we also wanted to be close enough to all the wonderful sights/things Ireland has to offer :) this place was perfect! We stayed for one week and the weather was amazing, we are from Arizona (USA) so it was nice to escape the heat in July. The town house is super adorable and has everything you need. Pam is very helpful and wonderful, she gave us all the information we needed to make our first international trip as easy as possible :) While we were there we toured many castles and explored many towns that are a very close commute. We used all forms of transportation bus, taxi, train, etc. Balbriggan is a great place for those who want a slower paced relaxing vacation. But if you want to travel to the fast paced city it is available with a short commute via public transportation. We also traveled north to Belfast by train and did a tour at the titanic museum, which was very cool and I highly recommend. It did take up one whole day with travel time and the tour itself, but it was well worth it! There are so many other things we would love to have seen/done but you definitely need more then one week to accomplish all the great things Ireland has to offer. Hopefully we will get to go back to Ireland someday, and if we do then we will probably stay in Balbriggan again or close to it because we loved the area so much! Thank you Pam for all your help, your place in Balbriggan is an adorable, convenient, comfortable home away from home :) we loved everything about it!"
    Guest: Laci & Normajean Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 31, 2014
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  • The ladies stay in Dublin

    "THIS IS A SPECIAL PLACE....! Upscale and beautiully appointed with everything you need. Walking distance to everywhere...we did not have a care and did not need it. We felt safe the entire time we were there. Once you are in and settled the flat instantly becomes home where you can relax after a long day of touring, shopping etc. The travel agent a couple doors down is a jewel. We were given perfect directions and discounts on everything.....better than having a hotel concierge...!! We are already looking at return dates.........."
    Guest: Mary K. Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 21, 2014
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  • Perfect, perfect and perfect.....

    "Hello everyone, my family just returned from Ireland and it was incredible. We stayed at a B&B the first night then headed to Killarney for the week at house. First, the location is perfect. No car, no problem. You can walk 1/2 mile into town or wave down a passing jaunting car for a lift (we took one to St. Mary's Catherdal for service). Plus the area is so clean and people are so nice. You get lost, confused ask anyone and you will find your way. John and staff were great, excellent communication through out the process and provided us with valuable information during our stay. I all seriousness, this place rocks and we plan to return in the coming years."
    Guest: #killarneyhouserocks Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: June 30, 2014
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County Meath Travel Tips

Meath Vacation Rentals Capture the Best of the Emerald Isle

County Meath is situated to the north of Dublin, Eire's historic capital city. It was once the territory of the kings of Ireland and some of Ireland's most important historic sights can be found here. Meath vacation rentals are the ideal bases for exploring the local rural area as well as the lively city of Dublin. Whether you are tracing family history or want a restful vacation in a friendly country of music and legend, Meath is a great place to stay.

Reasons to Choose Meath Accommodation for Your Ireland Vacation

Choosing Meath vacation rentals allows visitors to enjoy a real taste of local life in this beautiful area. Each small village will have a pub, shop and church, and local life centers around the three. The pubs are a hive of friendly entertainment in the evening, making them the perfect place to dine and listen to spontaneous fiddle music. Return home to your cozy cottage with its log or peat fire after a day exploring and enjoy the fully-equipped kitchen, TV, washer-dryer and other essentials which make your stay perfect. Meath cottages are far more spacious than a cramped hotel room and more economical for families and groups of friends traveling together. The chance to stay in an authentic Irish cottage in a great location will create a lasting memory of your happy visit to Ireland.

Meath Cottages Experience Mild Winters and Warm Wet Summers

Meath's weather is affected by the Gulf Stream and the southwesterly prevailing winds. Temperatures range from 1 C (34 F) in January to 20 C (68 F) in the height of the summer. It can rain at any time, although it is wettest in the winter.

Ireland Vacation Rentals Offer Plenty to See and Do

Meath is an ideal base for those who enjoy walking, fishing, cycling, golfing, horseback riding and exploring historic sites. Horses and racing are integral parts of Ireland's heritage. National Hunt and Flat Racing can be seen at Fairyhouse (home of the Irish Grand National) and Bellewstown. At Laytown, horses race on the beach, making for an exciting local spectacle. Meath has many excellent golf courses with the K Club playing host to the Ryder Cup on occasions. Eire has a culture of crafts and many local gift shops offer wonderful handmade souvenirs, sweaters and gifts. A visit to some of the pubs to hear traditional music is an essential experience.

How to Get to Meath Vacation Rentals

County Meath is very close to Dublin Airport which has daily international flights from all over Europe and the world. The ferry ports of Dublin and Dun Laoghaire (pronounced Dun Lair) are 41 kilometers and 57 kilometers from Navan respectively. Those arriving in Northern Ireland will find Belfast Airport and the ferry terminal are just 150 kilometers to the north of Meath.

Ireland Vacation Rentals near Places of Interest Around Meath

The Meath Heritage Trail runs from Tara to the site of the Battle of Boyne and was devised to allow access to some of the most important heritage sites in Ireland. Visit the Loughcrew megalithic cairns, a 5,000-year-old stone circle, and explore the archeological and historic sites of the Boyne Valley. A day in the compact city of Dublin is a must. A narrated bus tour is the best way to see the sights including the castle, Temple Bar and the Guinness Factory. Closer to your Meath accommodation is the Norman Castle at Trim, built in 1171, and Kells with its 6th-century monastery. The Book of Kells can now be seen at Trinity College in Dublin. Loughcrew Gardens, Tullynally Castle and Belvedere House all make for great days out from your Meath accommodation.

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