Irish summer holiday cottages to love
A summer holiday in Ireland should be the very first trip that visitors from elsewhere undertake. It is wise to come for the best weather. We all appreciate how green Ireland is and that takes a lot of rain to keep the landscape lush and dewy. We do not really want to see the process, just the resulting emerald coloured landscapes on holiday.
First impressions of Ireland for people renting country cottages is how much space there is, how far it is between one house and its neighbours. Ireland is an ideal place to go during the summer if you prefer your holiday accommodation to be private and secluded. It is possible to find a spacious and inviting cottage with far reaching views overlooking the coast and no immediate neighbours. For a perfectly chilled holiday, Ireland is unbeatable.
People wax lyrical about the beauty of County Donegal, the splendour of the Ring of Kerry in southern Ireland, the dolphins, whales and wildlife in the coastal regions, the joy of pony trekking in the Slieve Bloom Mountains without a care in the world.
The types of Irish holiday homes to rent for a week or two in the summer varies considerably. A good number of modern, beautifully appointed houses and bungalows have been built in recent years to satisfy even the fussiest holidaymaker. There are also a few traditional whitewashed heavily beamed farm cottages, farmhouses and stone mansions.
Take a look at some of the Irish properties available for the summer and see where you would like to go in Ireland and the things you could do and discover.