Discover the island of Ireland
Whatever you're looking for in a holiday, the island of Ireland has something for you…
Now is the perfect time to discover the island of Ireland. The saying “forty shades of green” truly applies to Ireland’s luscious landscapes; not only will you be blown away by the island’s outstanding natural beauty, but you will also fall in love with its people and traditions. Whatever region you choose to explore in Ireland, you will be guaranteed the warmest of welcomes and a chance to delve into its culture. You’ll find B&Bs in every location, that are close to the best attractions, restaurants, pubs and entertainment.
Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way
This part of Ireland is ideal if you love the great outdoors and water-sport adventures. Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way is a feast of endless coastlines and everything else in between. From scenic headlands and picturesque harbours to breath-taking views and rolling landscapes, this spectacular coastal route stretches 2,500km and incorporates nine counties along the West of Ireland. From Donegal to Limerick, it’s the longest defined coastline in the world! The best way to explore it is by car and using B&B homes as your base, which allows you to make the most of your experience.
Ireland’s Ancient East
Ireland’s Ancient East showcases many of the island’s hidden gems that sometimes get overlooked by visitors to Ireland. The Emerald Isle is so rich in history and culture and Ireland’s Ancient East celebrates all of this, by showcasing the fascinating historical sites, myths and legends the regions have to offer. You’ll go on a journey of discovery while travelling through beautiful landscapes, eating the finest of food and meeting the most wonderful people along the way.
The Causeway Coast
The Causeway Coast is made up of everything you need for the most amazing vacation. Not only does it boast endless fascinating attractions, including the world-famous Giant’s Causeway, Carrrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge and Bushmills Distillery, but you will also experience the most amazing scenery along Antrim’s outstanding coastline. From fascinating history and culture to endless outdoor activities, this wonderful region of Northern Ireland really has got it all.
Ring of Kerry
The Ring of Kerry is a spectacularly beautiful part of Kerry that takes you along a 179km circular route around the Iveragh Peninsula on Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way. The region takes in many of Kerry’s popular tourist towns, including Killarney, Cahersiveen, Waterville and Kenmare, with lots of B&B accommodation to use as your base for exploring the region. The Ring of Kerry is known for its amazing natural beauty and the location is a paradise for outdoor and water-sport pursuits. From mountain hikes and scenic landscapes, to must-see attractions such as The Gap of Dunloe, Muckross House, Staigue Fort and Ross Castle, the Ring of Kerry has something for everyone.
Ireland’s Hidden Heartlands
Ireland’s Hidden Heartlands are regions in Ireland that may not have been on your holiday radar, because they’re not on the standard list of must-see regions. Choosing to explore these places will bring you to fascinating hidden gems located in counties such as Cavan, Offaly, Meath and Laois. They are outstanding havens for leisurely boat trips, water sports, fishing, walking, cycling and pony-trekking trails, to name a few. Explore counties that are rich in history and culture featuring castles, sacred sites and country estates that all the family will love to visit and sight-see. From picturesque villages and delightful accommodation to fine dining and friendly locals, Ireland’s Hidden Heartlands are waiting to welcome you.
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Posted: 19 Feb 2019 by
Claire Regan |
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Ireland is divided up into five main regions to make it easier for you to plan your trip around the island. Each of the five regions offer visitors unique and memorable experiences.
Posted: 20 Apr 2021 by
Claire Regan |
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