Country cottages in rural Ireland
In rural Ireland there is space to breathe and take in the vast views, rent a country cottage and discover a rural sanctuary
having a good time on holiday

A good time
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value for money breaks

Value for money
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making friends

Making friends
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Country cottage breaks in Ireland - the good time isle

country cottages in irelandTo get to Ireland from the mainland of the UK, it is necessary to take a ferry or a flight. Some find the idea of such travel off putting when it comes to taking breaks. It is a pity though as Ireland has some amazing countryside.

Like Scotland, Ireland is much less sparsely populated compared to England, which means that if you like the idea of a tranquil holiday you have a good chance of finding this in Ireland. Also, in common with Scotland, Ireland is known for friendly people and a relaxed way of life. This can be appealing when looking to enjoy time amongst beautiful natural scenery in Ireland.

Northern Ireland is known for its particularly stunning scenery, the West coast is known for its dramatic coastline, the East coast is known for being home to Dublin and the South Coast is known for unspoilt villages and countryside.

If you are seeking a place steeped in myth, legend and where music and a good sense of humour are commonly found then Ireland could be the perfect place for your holiday. Many dream of holidaying in Ireland to find peaceful villages, pleasant countryside and crofters cottages. Ireland is known to be a very unspoilt destination, rich in natural beauty.

If you enjoy being in beautiful countryside but also near the water then how about Ireland’s Lakelands? The counties of Cavan, Tyrone, Sligo, Leitrim, Galway, Laois, Roscommon, Fermanagh, Longford, Offaly, Tipperary, Clare and Limerick are all within Ireland’s lakelands. Enjoy boating, fishing or just walking and taking in the scenery in Ireland’s stunning Lakeland region. Don’t forget that Ireland is a country rich in heritage and there are also a number of fascinating historical sights to visit in Ireland scattered around Ireland’s countryside.

Find out more about country cottages in Ireland and this friendly destination for holidays in the countryside..

national parks

National Parks and farmland
Hundreds of acres of open land for walks and nature rambles from your holiday cottage.

country fresh food

Country fresh food
Farmer's markets are a source of high quality delicious local produce for your holiday.