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Your Irish Adventure Starts Here

Who’d have thought that such a small island would have so much to offer? We can’t deny that it does rain a bit, but apart from that, Ireland’s climate is mild and at every turn there something fabulous to discover. No matter where your interests lie, the Emerald Isle has something for you.

Breaks in Ireland

The Wild Atlantic Way is a 2,500km long coastline dotted with headlands, harbours, sandy beaches and breath-taking viewing points. Adventure seekers will love the west coast of Ireland where its waters are ideal for any water-sport activity and the landscape lends itself beautifully to hiking, cycling, golfing, horse-riding and more.

Ireland’s Ancient East provides visitors with the perfect opportunity to explore and discover 5000 years of Ireland’s history and culture, where you can find fascinating historical sites and beautiful landscapes with new adventures to uncover at every turn.

Ireland’s Hidden Heartlands, located in the centre of Ireland, are bursting with opportunities to take in beautiful sights and complete walking, cycling and horse-riding trails. The region is brimming with ancient ruins and castles to explore, while the River Shannon and the many beautiful lakes make the area a haven for leisurely boat trips, water sports and great fishing.

The Causeway Coast is a region of stunning natural beauty, located in Northern Ireland.  Surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean, it is home to many beautiful beaches, cliffs, headlands and historical sites, such as the famous Giant’s Causeway in Co Antrim.  The Causeway Coast is so beautiful that it is was used as a location on the hit television show Game of Thrones.

Breaks in Ireland


Every county in Ireland will deliver a unique experience and provide you with everything you need for a memorable holiday. Visitors are spoiled for choice, ranging from bustling city breaks to farmstay getaways. Wherever you choose to explore, good food is guaranteed, from high-end dining to casual café food and tasty pub grub. Thanks to Ireland’s amazing coastline, fresh seafood is a speciality and there is nothing nicer than dining al fresco with stunning views for company.


With Bed and Breakfasts located all over Ireland, they are the ideal base for exploring the regions. B&B hosts love welcoming guests into their home and providing a wonderful holiday experience. B&Bs provide high quality accommodation in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. You can be assured that the best local hints and tips won’t come from a guidebook, but from your B&B host who will be delighted to advise you on what to see and do in their region.

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Posted: 13 Jul 2021 by Claire Regan | with 0 comments

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