Let your hair down with luxury Ireland holidays
Uncover Ireland’s bewitching scenery
Ireland is famed for its rustic scenery and friendly charm, all of which holidaymakers can experience within its compact capital city, Dublin. It is the epicentre of Irish culture, steeped in history and with a bustling café culture to rival its iconic pubs. The city comes alive at night as the Guinness flows. But you would be sorry if you ignored the majestic lure of the Dublin Mountains on the horizon.
Holidays in Ireland promise a range of adventures, thanks to its diverse country landscapes and the unique identities of its towns and villages. Cork city in southern Ireland rivals Dublin with its charismatic locals, riverside cityscapes and captivating castle studded coastlines. Follow the rugged Atlantic further north and discover the Ring of Kerry, a well-worn winding path that cuts along the coast and through communities that still speak the native Irish language. Make a pit-stop in Killarney for mountaintop luxury holidays and lakeside views.
Further north you will find the dramatic, sheer Cliffs of Moher, standing over 700 ft above the Atlantic in County Clare. Next door, Galway promises to enchant with extraordinary cuisine, quintessentially Irish pubs and a unique shopping experience – all within the picture-perfect Galway Bay. Ireland’s windy north-west is home to the astounding scenery of the Connemara National Park. It is the gateway to Ireland’s tallest mountain Croagh Patrick, with the lovely seaside town of Westport nestled in its shadows.
Holidays in Ireland are synonymous with ‘letting your hair down’
Ireland holidays would not be complete without sampling Westport and Galway’s revered oysters - of course, washed down with a silky smooth pint of Guinness! Other hearty Irish dishes you have to try are the traditional Irish stews and rustic homemade soda bread. For the authentic Irish experience, stick around for an improvised traditional music session – expect toe tapping, singing and if you’re lucky maybe even a jig. If you’re a true Guinness enthusiast, a trip to the Guinness factory in Dublin is a must. There’s also the Jameson factory for whiskey fans.
Indulge in Ireland’s rich heritage
Once you’ve rocked the renowned nightlife, and hiked or surfed through the country's wilderness, you can kick-back and enjoy Ireland’s rich cultural landscape. With a host of galleries displaying contemporary and classic artworks, literary museums and the historic Trinity College to explore in Dublin, your to-do list will be inexhaustible.
Whether you’re looking for a city break or a relaxing countryside retreat, our exclusive handpicked Irish hotels and cottages will mean you get a great deal, especially thanks to our exceptional discounts.