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Recent Ireland reviews

  • Perfect Home Away From Home!

    "My partner and I (From Northern California) rented this fantastic apartment for our two week stay in Ireland. It is the perfect location as a home base as well as centrally located for exploring Dublin. We went on several train trips to other cities and we're always happy to get back "home". We explored every inch of Dublin while here and rarely had to cab anywhere as the entire city is walkable from this apartment. The owners were extremely responsive to the one time we needed them for a very minor issue. It is very quiet, the beds are comfortable and the kitchen well stocked, making those few times we stayed in the perfect place to relax. We highly recommend this apartment if you want the perfect home away from home while in Dublin!"
    Guest: Marti O. Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: October 31, 2014
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  • Lovely home!

    "The house is much larger than the pictures appear but just as marvelous! The rooms are beautiful and the living areas are spacious and comfy. There are 2 king beds and 2 double beds. There is one large sofa to sleep on but it is in two pieces and you have to keep pushing it back together. The other sofas are loveseats. Once you get acclimated the house is perfect. The instructions for the appliances could be clearer but through trial and error we figured out which switches turned the cooker, ect. The washer works fairly well. It's small and in an outside building. There were no instructions on where to find the key but my detective husband finally found it. The skylights all open with a pole and can also have the shades pulled down so the early sun doesn't wake you. This was awesome! It could use a DVD player and some movies because the TV reception is very poor. Also I would have liked a newer coffee maker. We couldn't figure out how to use the old fashioned one. Overall I would say it's perfect for two couples and 2 extra people. Unless small children want to sleep together in the 2 extra rooms. It took us about 25 minutes to get to Carrick-on-suir. Also, there are stairs to all bedrooms so a disabled person would need to know that ahead of time."
    Guest: Michelle and Robb Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: June 24, 2014
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  • Glorious location, lovely house

    "We enjoyed four days here in June. Kevin was so proactive in sending us information about the property and things to do in the area. The house is stunning, spacious, comfortable and well-equipped. We loved the views and the glorious sunshine! We were very lucky with the weather, but would imagine that this would be a gorgeous place to stay even in the rain!"
    Guest: Marilyn E. Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: September 30, 2014
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  • perfect beach cottage

    "My boyfriend and I recently stayed at the Cozy Beach Cottage (aka: Clancy cottage) this past week. It was everything we expected: in a small town, clean and quaint with all necessary amenities and lots of nearby nature walks. We enjoyed three days and nights: walking down to the pub for a pint and fresh fish and chips, sleeping in and making breakfast at our leisure (fresh brown bread and eggs from the local convenient store--we even added the blackberries--freshly picked by us!--to our morning plates), and in the evening we cozied in the rocking chairs by warmth of the cast iron stove/fireplace and read our books or some of the Irish history papers left by previous guests while sipping tea. The town of Doolin is only about a 20/minute drive south, and is worth the drive for the traditional/ nontraditiinal Irish music. You will find a comfortable place to rest and unwind in this cozy cottage. Make sure, however, you bring enough cash...the pub doesn't accept credit cards and you don't want to miss out on their good Guinness (4 euros/pint) and the nearest ATM is about a 30 minute drive... The convenient store will take cards...but there is a minimum purchase. The cottage is right off the main road--but it is a small 'main' road that is infrequently traveled by cars. We mostly traveled by foot. The location really is perfect for a simple retreat/get away from busy life. We left feeling refreshed and hopeful that we will be able to return soon."
    Guest: Crystal R. Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 29, 2014
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Ireland Travel Tips

Things to See and Do near Ireland Vacation Rentals

Ireland has a rich history that is reflected in the many historical buildings, castles and quaint villages. If history is your interest, it’s a good idea to join up with guided historical tours at the various sites. This will provide you with additional information on the area and its traditions. If you plan to explore on your own, it is advisable to have an up-to-date travel guidebook with you so you can navigate your way around the various sites.

Some of the most popular ways to tour Ireland are on foot or by bicycle. There are many routes which take in historical sites and spectacular scenery. You can walk or ride between different points and have your luggage transported between the towns. This is a great way to experience the beautiful landscapes that Ireland is so famous for.

Ireland is host to some top-quality golf courses. Golfing enthusiasts are really spoiled for choice when it comes to the variety of courses on offer. In the golfing fraternity, Ireland is rated as one of the best golfing destinations worldwide. Specialist golfing tour operators provide escorted tours where you can enjoy Ireland’s sights and culture, allowing you to play on a wide variety of different championship courses.

Best Time of Year to Visit Ireland Accommodation

Ireland is known for its rolling green hills and ancient castles, and these are attractions that can be visited at any time of the year. The one thing that is certain when you visit Ireland is that it will rain no matter what time of year you visit. It’s essential to have wet weather gear, including good walking shoes or boots that are waterproof to some degree. An umbrella is useful but a better option is to have an all-weather jacket with a hood that will keep you warm and dry. The best season to visit is without a doubt the warmer summer months. While it may be wet, at least it isn’t too cool, depending on what sort of climate you are used to. The spring starts in April and by May, you can usually enjoy warmer summer weather. The season lasts until September when it starts to get cooler again. The peak travel season is during June and July when most tourists flock to the various attractions. If you want to avoid the crowds, you may consider traveling in May or August when it is a little less busy.

Getting to Ireland Condos

When traveling to Ireland, you will need to look for flights to the international airport in Dublin. There are frequent commercial flights from London and New York City, among other cities. The airport is well equipped and connected to bus and rail public transport systems which provide easy access to the rest of Ireland.

Visitors to Dublin Vacation Rentals in Ireland

Ireland attracts a vast number of visitors each year to its shores. Many come to explore the ancient castles and learn about old Gaelic traditions. There is a wide variety of themed tour routes that you can follow, depending on your interests. History enthusiasts will enjoy hearing of the many legends and village tales that are very much a part of Irish tradition. Golfers are attracted to Irelands top-quality golf courses and the fact that there are so many of them. You could tour for three weeks and still not get to play on all of them. Much of Ireland's beauty is reflected in its landscapes and the warm hospitality of its people. A great way to experience this is to follow the scenic roads to smaller villages and towns that dot the countryside.

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