Hotels, apartments and rooms in Ireland

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Many people dream of visiting Ireland, but few ever get the chance to do so. From the ancient castles to the underground catacombs of Boyne Valley, there is so much to see and do for any tourist. Finding great accommodations while staying in Ireland is the key to enjoying a vacation there. Here are the most common types of accommodations in the country, and where you can find them.

Hotels

Many of the hotels in Ireland are owned privately, which means that it might be a bit harder to find prominent hotel chains in the region. Hotels like the Merrion are slightly upscale, including beautiful rooms, dining rooms and swimming pools. Regular hotels will not typically offer breakfast unless you pay an additional fee. Hotels like these can be found all over Ireland, from Dublin to Doorin.

Hostels

For those unfamiliar to lodging in hostels, the prospect may at first be a little daunting. However, hostels are one of the most convenient and equally budget friendly ways to stay in Ireland. Hostels function by having visitors pay to live in a dorm-like room with a native roommate. Your roommate often acts as a personal guide for the region. In addition, you will often split expenses with him or her. It is an ideal way for college students to travel, or couples looking for a cheap, effective way to see the Irish countryside.

Bed and Breakfast

For the couple seeking a romantic retreat in Ireland, bed and breakfasts are the perfect choice. For example, some of the bed and breakfasts in Doolin are set against the gorgeous cliffs of Doolin on the seashore. The Emohruo Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast and the Twin Peaks are two lovely examples of this. Get treated to luxurious rooms and a delicious breakfast every morning before you take a stroll by the ocean.

Chain Hotels

You can find basic hotels in bigger cities like Dublin, such the Four Seasons or even Best Western. Simply doing a quick Internet search of well known hotel chains in Ireland will provide you with all the information you need to know.

Ireland is a popular tourist destination, particularly from June through October, so it is wise to book hotel reservations well in advance. In addition, airplane ticket reservations should also be made ahead of time, especially if you will be arriving in one of the larger cities during a festival.

Many people dream of visiting Ireland, but few ever get the chance to do so. From the ancient castles to the underground catacombs of Boyne Valley, there is so much to see and do for any tourist. Finding great accommodations while staying in Ireland is the key to enjoying a vacation there. Here are the most common types of accommodations in the country, and where you can find them.

Hotels

Many of the hotels in Ireland are owned privately, which means that it might be a bit harder to find prominent hotel chains in the region. Hotels like the Merrion are slightly upscale, including beautiful rooms, dining rooms and swimming pools. Regular hotels will not typically offer breakfast unless you pay an additional fee. Hotels like these can be found all over Ireland, from Dublin to Doorin.

Hostels

For those unfamiliar to lodging in hostels, the prospect may at first be a little daunting. However, hostels are one of the most convenient and equally budget friendly ways to stay in Ireland. Hostels function by having visitors pay to live in a dorm-like room with a native roommate. Your roommate often acts as a personal guide for the region. In addition, you will often split expenses with him or her. It is an ideal way for college students to travel, or couples looking for a cheap, effective way to see the Irish countryside.

Bed and Breakfast

For the couple seeking a romantic retreat in Ireland, bed and breakfasts are the perfect choice. For example, some of the bed and breakfasts in Doolin are set against the gorgeous cliffs of Doolin on the seashore. The Emohruo Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast and the Twin Peaks are two lovely examples of this. Get treated to luxurious rooms and a delicious breakfast every morning before you take a stroll by the ocean.

Chain Hotels

You can find basic hotels in bigger cities like Dublin, such the Four Seasons or even Best Western. Simply doing a quick Internet search of well known hotel chains in Ireland will provide you with all the information you need to know.

Ireland is a popular tourist destination, particularly from June through October, so it is wise to book hotel reservations well in advance. In addition, airplane ticket reservations should also be made ahead of time, especially if you will be arriving in one of the larger cities during a festival.

Hotels

Sheraton Athlone Hotel

Sheraton Athlone Hotel

 
Price from: €63 / £54
Athlone
InterContinental Dublin

InterContinental Dublin

 
Price from: €162 / £139
Dublin
Maryborough Hotel & Spa

Maryborough Hotel & Spa

 
Price from: €134 / £115
Cork
The Killarney Park Hotel

The Killarney Park Hotel

 
Price from: €174 / £149
Killarney

Resorts

The Europe Hotel & Resort

The Europe Hotel & Resort

 
Price from: €240 / £206
Killarney
Farnham Estate Spa and Golf Resort

Farnham Estate Spa and Golf Resort

 
Price from: €110 / £94
Cavan
Parknasilla Resort & Spa

Parknasilla Resort & Spa

 
Price from: €155 / £133
Sneem
Waterford Castle Hotel & Golf Resort

Waterford Castle Hotel & Golf Resort

 
Price from: €94 / £80
Waterford

Apartments

Premier Suites Plus Dublin Ballsbridge

Premier Suites Plus Dublin Ballsbridge

Price from: €93 / £79
Dublin
The Gleneagle River Apartments

The Gleneagle River Apartments

Price from: €103 / £88
Killarney
The Harbour Mill Apartments

The Harbour Mill Apartments

Price from: €49 / £42
Westport
Park Place Apartments

Park Place Apartments

Price from: €72 / £61
Killarney

Rooms

The Rooms at Bardons

The Rooms at Bardons

Kilcullen
Gleeson

Gleeson's Restaurant & Rooms

Price from: €74 / £63
Roscommon
Rooms at An Móinéar

Rooms at An Móinéar

Price from: €85 / £73
Inisheer
No50 Boutique Bed & Breakfast (Formerly known as Burma Rooms)

No50 Boutique Bed & Breakfast (Formerly known as Burma Rooms)

Price from: €65 / £55
Letterkenny

Studios

Beach Haven Studios

Beach Haven Studios

Price from: €70 / £60
Tramore
Bridge House Studios

Bridge House Studios

Price from: €72 / £61
Killaloe
D-6 Studios

D-6 Studios

Price from: €111 / £95
Rathgar
Grafton Street Studios

Grafton Street Studios

Price from: €178 / £153
Dublin

Villas

2 Coppermine Villas

2 Coppermine Villas

 
Allihies
The Woodland Villas at Parknasilla Resort

The Woodland Villas at Parknasilla Resort

 
Price from: €247 / £212
Sneem
Gold Coast Cottages & Villas

Gold Coast Cottages & Villas

 
Price from: €149 / £128
Dungarvan
16 Lakeview Villas, Killarney

16 Lakeview Villas, Killarney

 
Killarney

Bed & Breakfast

Ballindrum Farm B&B

Ballindrum Farm B&B

 
Price from: €55 / £47
Athy
Almara House

Almara House

 
Price from: €69 / £59
Galway
The Shores Country House

The Shores Country House

 
Price from: €100 / £86
Castlegregory
The Castle Country House B&B

The Castle Country House B&B

 
Price from: €88 / £75
Thurles

Hostels

Bunk Boutique Hostel Galway

Bunk Boutique Hostel Galway

Price from: €25 / £21
Galway
Jacobs Inn Hostel

Jacobs Inn Hostel

Price from: €37 / £31
Dublin
The Black Sheep Hostel

The Black Sheep Hostel

Price from: €24 / £20
Killarney
The Times Hostel - Camden Place

The Times Hostel - Camden Place

Price from: €32 / £27
Dublin

Others

Dungimmon House

Dungimmon House

Price from: €59 / £50
Ballyconnell
Ariel House

Ariel House

Price from: €89 / £76
Dublin
Perryville House

Perryville House

Price from: €190 / £163
Kinsale
Aberdeen Lodge

Aberdeen Lodge

Price from: €115 / £98
Dublin

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