Self Catering Limerick
Limerick’s progressive city centre will arrest your senses and away from the bustle you can explore the county’s peaceful countryside. Like the mighty River Shannon you’ll flow through Limerick, seduced by serene looped walks, spoiled at vibrant street markets and lulled into lilting traditional music venues. View our selection of Self Catering Limerick deals on offer in the properties listed below:
Self Catering Mayo
Birthplace of pirate Queen Grace O’Malley, Co Mayo reads like a treasure map waiting to surrender its spoils. Its Atlantic coastline is the gilt edges of a chest brimming with treasure. Ballina and Westport are gems. The Céide fields are historical gold while Achill and Clare islands are beautiful pearls. Great value Self Catering Mayo deals available in the properties featured below:
Self Catering Offaly
Offaly is a slice of Old Ireland. Travel around the unspoiled countryside with its traditional hay meadows, and you will come across ancient humped bridges, handsome square towerhouses, elegant lock-keeper’s cottages and curious looking castles. Offaly is a great location to enjoy one of our Self Catering Offaly Breaks.
Even if the green and watery county of Offaly seems to slip your itinerary, it won’t be for long once you realise it’s the home of the ecclesiastical city of Clonmacnoise, one of Ireland’s most famous sights. But beyond this must-see attraction, Offaly has much to offer: its lowlands are dotted with monastic ruins, its towns are steeped in history and it has a burgeoning foodie culture.
To the east the rugged Slieve Bloom Mountains provide excellent walking, while fishing and water sports are popular on the River Shannon and the Grand Canal.
Self Catering Roscommon
The heart of undiscovered Ireland, Roscommon is bursting with historic treasures set in a luscious landscape. Castles, stately homes and megalithic tombs look out over shimmering rivers, lakes and forest parks. And there’s an activity to suit every member of the family too – from fishing to walking and learning to play the harp. Check out our great value Self Catering Roscommon
Self Catering Sligo
Sligo is a county that celebrates its independent spirit and a place steeped in history and mythology where you’ll discover a creative tradition that lives in the music, art, poetry and expression of its people, made so famous by WB Yeats and others.
From clear lakes and rivers to stunning beaches and dramatic mountains such as majestic Ben Bulben, Sligo is a place where ancient sites like Carrowmore and Creevykeel, spectacular landscapes and rolling waves inspire stories, trails and adventures that will open your mind and invigorate your body. Come and join us in Sligo and rediscover a sense of wonder. Sligo sets your spirit free. Explore the great value Self Catering Sligo deals available in the properties listed below:
Self Catering Tipperary
Tipperary is home to some of Ireland’s best loved heritage sites, historic towns and finest food producers. Enjoy scenic walking routes, cruising on Lough Derg, fishing on its lakes and rivers, bustling town centres and a day at the races or a night at the greyhound track. Escape to its mountains, explore its history from the iconic Rock of Cashel to the walled town of Fethard, discover the Golden Vale and experience the warmth and hospitality of this, the premier county. View the great value Self Catering Tipperary rates available in our properties below:
Self Catering Waterford
A visit to Waterford could literally take you anywhere – from surfing your very first wave, to learning Irish in the Ring Gaeltacht. For those with adventure on their minds, the Comeragh Mountains offer a fantastic location for cycling, climbing and hiking. If you’re more of a water sports enthusiast, hit the coast. You’ll find great fun in seaside spots like Dunmore East, Tramore, Ardmore, Passage East and Stradbally. Further inland, the Nire Valley heritage towns of Cappoquin and Lismore are also very appealing.
Whether you’re in search of family fun or a unique cultural experience, Waterford is the place to be. The Spraoi Street festival in August is always a huge hit and the annual Imagine Arts Festival in October, a unique celebration of the arts in the city. Meanwhile foodies will love the Harvest Festival in September. Great value Self Catering Waterford deals to choose from:
Self Catering Wexford
With everything from quirky festivals to stunning beaches and fascinating history, Wexford has something unique for every visitor – with great value Self Catering Wexford breaks in out properties featured below.
The lure of Ireland’s sunniest weather sees holidaymakers flock here to the famously long beaches. Or if your idea of a great break is to delve into history there are top attractions including Hook Head lighthouse, the Irish National Heritage Park, and the Dunbrody Famine Ship.
This county’s calendar is bursting with events. The Wexford Festival Opera and New Ross Piano Festivals are slices of high culture, while the Duncannon Sand Sculpting Festival and the Strawberry Festival are a whimsical chance to reconnect with your inner child.
Self Catering Wicklow
County Wicklow is less than one hour south of Dublin city centre, with commuter links by rail, bus and motorway. Known as ‘The Garden of Ireland’, County Wicklow is one of Ireland’s true scenic treasures with its magnificent hills and mountains, long sandy beaches, rivers and lakes. It is the perfect holiday destination, suitable either for a family holiday or a short, romantic weekend break. There is so much to do and see and great value Self Catering Wicklow breaks to choose from in our properties listed below: