This makes Ireland a charming destination for a country cottage
holiday. Add to this friendly people, great music and a beautiful
countryside dotted with pretty crofters cottages and you have a great
destination for a relaxed self
catering break. Whether you prefer to head for one of the
beautiful cities in Ireland such as Dublin
or Belfast or are looking for a relaxed break in the country, Ireland
has lots to offer.
The different parts of Ireland that are possible to visit on a self
catering holiday include Northern Ireland, the West Coast, East Coast
and South Coast and of course many rural areas. The different parts of
Ireland each have their own unique gems, from peaceful beaches, quiet
villages to high cliffs where the Atlantic crashes against the land,
Ireland has something for all tastes. Wherever in Ireland you decide
to go on a cottage holiday, by and large, you can expect a warm
welcome and to be charmed by the people and this beautiful land.
Ireland is known to be a relaxing place to take a holiday. The Irish
tend to have a good sense of humour and with more space and less
people in many parts of Ireland, the scene is set for a laid back
holiday. If you love history you should enjoy a break in Ireland. The
historic buildings of Ireland include castles, stately homes and there
are also a number of interesting stone circles that you can visit.
With many of the places of interest in Ireland, you will also get the
opportunity to learn about the legend surrounding these places which
can very much add to the enjoyment of your stay. If instead of taking
it easy on a self catering break you want to be active you will find
that there are plenty of activities to enjoy in Ireland. Ireland is
known for excellent opportunities for horse riding, fishing and
angling. Golfing is another popular pastime in Ireland and there are a
large number of courses.
There are many different types of self catering accommodation
available in Ireland. Ireland has a variety of different options to
suit various budgets and tastes. There are self catering bungalows,
country cottages, romantic
hideaways and even mansion houses. Some cottages have leisure
facilities on site such as a hot tub or a pool. If you have a dog that
you plan on taking away with you, make sure that you enquire about dog
friendly properties when booking a break. Cottage owners or agencies
can let you know about all that their accommodation has to offer and
can often also give you lots of useful information about the local
area, things to do and places to see.