Save on self catering holidays in Ireland in 2016

Find Cottage Holidays has updated its selection of self catering holiday cottages and apartments across Ireland, giving you a choice of over 1200 holiday homes for your 2016 summer holidays!
What’s more, if you book early for 2016 you could save by taking advantage of many early booking offers.

Ireland is a beautiful country offering so many highlights for a visitor, so to help you get started here are some top tips:

West of Ireland

Ireland Giants CausewayFrom the atmospheric pubs of Galway to the Aran Islands Connemara National Park there is so much to do in the west of Ireland including:

  • Loop Head Peninsula
  • Burren National Park
  • Aliwee Caves
  • Ennis town for boutique shopping
  • Doolin for traditional Irish music and Cliffs of Moher
  • For active breaks climb Croagh Patrick, surf at Easkey or walk the Doolough Valley
  • Visit Clare Island and the stone age monument at the Ceide Fields.

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North of Ireland

The Giants Causeway in the north of Ireland is recognised across the World but here are some other favourites:

  • Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge
  • Rathlin island
  • Bushmills Distillery
  • Belfast City
  • Slieve League
  • Glen Gesh Pass and Glenveagh Castle in the National Park
  • Surfing in Rossnowlagh
  • Fishing from Creevy

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South of Ireland

Ireland - KerryFrom National Parks to wonderful peninsulas, the south of Ireland has so much to choose from including:

  • The Ring of Kerry
  • Dingle Peninsula
  • Gap of Dunloe
  • Killarney National Park
  • Skellig Rocks
  • Blasket Islands
  • Sheeps Head Peninsula
  • Fota Wildlife Park

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East of Ireland

Arguably the east of Ireland is best known for Kilkenny and the Wicklow but there are plenty of other reasons to visit:

  • Glendalough
  • The hiking trail known as the Wicklow Way
  • The art at Russborough House
  • Impressive waterfall at Powerscourt Estate and Castletown House
  • Visit Kilkenny castle and Jerpoint Abbey
  • Walk on Curracloe Beach and the coastline of Ardmore and Brittas Bay
  • Explore the burial sites of Newgrange
  • Enjoy the oysters at Carlingford
  • Visit the village of poet Patrick Kavanagh and the bustling pubs at Drogheda or reel in fish from the lakes of County Cavan

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