Places to Visit

Sheep on a road, Ireland

Sheep on a road, Ireland

To get that true Irish experience while you are on holiday is sometimes a very difficult thing. Not every pint of Guinness is the same in every bar!

Holiday Cottages Ireland have many years of experience in the tourism sector of both Northern Ireland and Southern Ireland and we know that every tourist is looking for something different.

Some of you are wanting relaxation and stress free living, others wild nights out in the nations most popular spots. Many would seek the traditional Irish experience with history, heritage and lots of music while there are those who will prefer the isolation of some of Irelands beautiful coastlines.

Whatever your wishes for your Irish holiday, North or South of the border, Ireland has something going on for everyone.

Category: County Kerry

Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way provides the perfect backdrop for host of eclectic festivals all year round from crowning a goat king to Tedfest, which pays homage to cult tv series Father Ted, but there are also hidden places to visit after the festival has finished. There will always be something to celebrate on your cottage holiday in Ireland!

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Your cottage holiday in county Kerry would not be complete without a visit on the route less travelled.  The Ring of Beara, located on the Beara Peninsula is often overlooked by the hordes of tourists visiting this beautiful county and therefore is quieter during peak seasons.

Every tourist flocks to the Ring of Kerry all the time overlooking the Ring … Read more...

The Dingle Peninsula

There are many things that are brought to mind when you see the Dingle Peninsula, National Geographic once called it ‘the most beautiful place on earth’ and many a literary great have lost their heart to it, but whatever you feel about the Dingle Peninsula be sure to enjoy it from your holiday cottage in County Kerry!… Read more...

Family Holidays In Ireland

When it comes to family holidays, you have to ensure you do your research before you come to Ireland because finding a location which has plenty of activities for all group of ages could be difficult, especially when you have planned to travel to a city or county you have never been to in order to … Read more...

Things to do in County Kerry

Kerry is as close as you’ll get to the mythical Ireland: that Celtic kingdom of misty mountains promised by glossy brochures, Hollywood and our daydreams. Between the county’s snow-capped summits are medieval ruins, glacial lakes, coastal peninsulas, blustery beaches, deserted archipelagos, secluded hamlets, and larger towns where live music sparks up every night.

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