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Hotels in Ireland

Hotels in Ireland

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Ireland has something to offer every discerning traveller

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Ireland Key Facts

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Languages

The most commonly spoken languages are English and Irish.

Fun Facts

Ireland is the only country in the world to have a musical instrument as its national symbol. It's a harp.

Currency

Euro

Local Time

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Frequently Asked Questions

Ireland is as beautiful covered in a layer of snow as it is when the trees are covered in luscious green leaves in the summer. Peak tourist season takes place in July and August, so avoid these months if you want to take advantage of lower prices. September and October are great months to visit, daylight hours are still quite long and the weather is mild.
For those looking for a lively city break, stay in a hotel in Dublin. It’s a place rich in history, from medieval castles and cathedrals to architectural wonders of the 18th Century. Find out all about its past at the National Museum of Ireland. Also stop by at one of Dublin’s 1,000 or so pubs. You’ll get a real sense of history at the oldest, The Brazen Head, which has a fun, vibrant atmosphere.Couples should find a hotel in the peaceful environs of county Clare. The Cliffs of Moher, stretching eight kilometres along the west coast, are particularly stunning when gazed at on a boat ride along the coast. Lahinch beach is another place you won’t want to miss. Perfect for a stroll, especially when the sun comes out, it’s also great for surfing. Golf enthusiasts will want to visit the golf course, a 15-minute walk from the beach.For family hotels, visit the county of Killarney in the southwest of Ireland. Children can try falconry in Killarney National Park, learning about the majestic birds in their natural habitat and watching them swoop onto their gloved fist. Irish Fairy Trails is another great family day out, allowing you to search for little fairy houses made of wood or stone amidst the woodland.Nature lovers with an appreciation of literary heritage will want to find a hotel in Sligo in the north. Take a hike up the green hills and mountaintops named ‘Yeats country’, or visit Lissadell House and Gardens, which Yeats wrote about in his poetry. Also worth exploring is Sligo Abbey, a Gothic monastery dating back to the 13th Century.
We have accommodation options all around Ireland so whether you are looking for a city break or a countryside retreat, you’ll be able to find it on our website. To make it easier to find your perfect hotel, you can choose your location, star rating and price bracket using our filter options. We have also made it clear which hotels are good for families, and which are close to restaurants and bars.

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