Popular Cottages in Ireland

Cottage for 16 people, with garden in Ireland
Cottage for 16 people, with garden
7 bedrooms100m to the beach
4.9
(20 reviews)
from CA$3,575 / night
Cottage for 10 people in Ireland
Cottage for 10 people
5 bedrooms3km to the beach
4.9
(12 reviews)
from CA$1,074 / night
Cottage for 8 people in Ireland
Cottage for 8 people
4 bedrooms100m to the beach
4.1
(38 reviews)
from CA$660 / night
Cottage for 4 people, with garden in Ireland
Cottage for 4 people, with garden
2 bedrooms5.2km to the beach
5.0
from CA$254 / night
Cottage for 9 people, with garden in Ireland
Cottage for 9 people, with garden
4 bedrooms1.9km to the beach
4.4
(13 reviews)
from CA$565 / night
Lodge for 10 people, with garden in Ireland
Lodge for 10 people, with garden
4.4
(1285 reviews)
from CA$167 / night
Cottage for 7 people in Ireland
Cottage for 7 people
3 bedrooms200m to the beach
4.6
(23 reviews)
from CA$809 / night
Lodge for 2 people, with garden and view in Ireland
Lodge for 2 people, with garden and view
1 bedroom
4.3
(33 reviews)
from CA$174 / night
Cottage for 13 people, with garden in Ireland
Cottage for 13 people, with garden
6 bedrooms6.7km to the beach
3.4
from CA$1,681 / night
Cottage for 6 people, with garden in Ireland
Cottage for 6 people, with garden
3 bedrooms1.2km to the beach
4.9
(15 reviews)
from CA$791 / night
Lodge for 8 people, with garden, child-friendly in Ireland
Lodge for 8 people, with garden, child-friendly
1 bedroom1.9km to the beach
3.3
(526 reviews)
from CA$54 / night
Cottage for 4 people in Ireland
Cottage for 4 people
3 bedrooms800m to the beach
3.7
(5 reviews)
from CA$553 / night
Cottage for 4 people in Ireland
Cottage for 4 people
2 bedrooms250m to the beach
4.0
(2 reviews)
from CA$527 / night
Cottage for 6 people, with garden in Ireland
Cottage for 6 people, with garden
3 bedrooms20m to the beach
4.5
(29 reviews)
from CA$921 / night
Cottage for 4 people, with sauna in Ireland
Cottage for 4 people, with sauna
3 bedrooms
3.6
(5 reviews)
from CA$100 / nightFREE cancellation
Cottage rentals for 12 people, with garden, with pets in Ireland
Cottage rentals for 12 people, with garden, with pets
6 bedrooms
4.6
(135 reviews)
from CA$349 / night
Cottage for 6 people, with pets in Ireland
Cottage for 6 people, with pets
3 bedrooms3km to the beach
4.4
(5 reviews)
from CA$970 / night
Lodge for 18 people in Ireland
Lodge for 18 people
8 bedrooms700m to the beach
4.7
(9 reviews)
from CA$2,934 / night
Cottage for 10 people, with garden in Ireland
Cottage for 10 people, with garden
5 bedrooms600m to the beach
4.6
(22 reviews)
from CA$1,221 / night
Lodge for 2 people, with garden, with pets in Ireland
Lodge for 2 people, with garden, with pets
1 bedroom4.4km to the beach
4.3
(1032 reviews)
from CA$119 / nightFREE cancellation
Cottage for 5 people, with pets in Ireland
Cottage for 5 people, with pets
1 bedroom250m to the beach
4.4
(20 reviews)
from CA$89 / night
Cottage for 6 people in Ireland
Cottage for 6 people
4 bedrooms
4.5
(2 reviews)
from CA$848 / night
Cottage for 6 people, with garden in Ireland
Cottage for 6 people, with garden
3 bedrooms550m to the beach
4.1
(13 reviews)
from CA$742 / night
Cottage for 5 people in Ireland
Cottage for 5 people
3 bedrooms6.5km to the beach
4.5
(2 reviews)
from CA$769 / night
Cottage for 8 people in Ireland
Cottage for 8 people
3 bedrooms3.9km to the beach
4.3
(18 reviews)
from CA$624 / night
Cottage for 2 people, with garden in Ireland
Cottage for 2 people, with garden
1 bedroom3.4km to the beach
4.5
(2 reviews)
from CA$557 / night
Lodge for 6 people, with garden and view in Ireland
Lodge for 6 people, with garden and view
3 bedrooms7.3km to the beach
4.3
(136 reviews)
from CA$142 / nightFREE cancellation
Cottage for 6 people, with garden, with pets in Ireland
Cottage for 6 people, with garden, with pets
3 bedrooms9.4km to the beach
4.7
(21 reviews)
from CA$678 / night

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Highlights in Ireland

  • Rural roads teeming with wildlife
  • Spectacular natural formations
  • Outstanding gastronomic culture
  • Crystal-clear waters and fresh lakes

Best Cottage Rentals in Ireland

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Connemara, Connacht
Cottage • 6 Guests • 3 Bedrooms
4.4
(5 reviews)
Living areaA cosy room with wooden flooring, where you will find a 3 seater couch and armchair, a stove fire and flat screen TV. The living room leads you onto the dining room which can seat up to 6 people and oozes natural light from the patio doors.KitchenKitchen is well equipped with an under counter fridge, electric oven & hob, dishwasher and microwave.Main BedroomBright spacious double bedroom. This room has an en-suite bathroom with electric shower.Bedroom 2Facing onto the front of the property, this double bedroom with wooden flooring and lockers is overlooking the sea.Bedroom 3W...
from CA$970 / night
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Ballyconneely, Connemara
Cottage • 16 Guests • 7 Bedrooms
4.9
(20 reviews)
Guinness House is situated in an unrivaled location with a private beach surrounding gardens and dramatic scenery of great natural beauty which combines to make it the perfect place to refresh body and soul. All you have to do is arrive! Open all year round, Guinness House is on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean, available to rent for self catering holidays. Guests can stroll directly from the kitchen to the rocky shoreline of Guinness Beach.With it's unique design and spectacular panoramic views this elegant bungalow, houses 6 bedrooms and a separate chalet, each providing spacious and bright...
from CA$3,575 / night
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Nenagh, Munster
Cottage • 90 m² • 3 Bedrooms
3.6
(5 reviews)
Attractive cottages set next to a tastefully converted traditional granite stone courtyard, some with lovely views over Tipperary's pastures and pastures. One house is a bit apart from the rest of the buildings. Lough Derg is fascinating for anglers and water sports enthusiasts. It is the longest of the Shannon Lakes at 40 kilometers and contains several islands. Portumna, on the north side of the lake, is a small town with an 18-hole golf course, boat and marina, which is very popular with sailors and fishermen.Activities nearby: Activities for all the family: On the south side of the lake...
from CA$100 / night

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Cottages in Ireland

Pleasant cottages set in the enchanting green countryside

Looking for a place surrounded by a serene environment and remote landscapes? Ireland is the ideal vacation destination to go to! The island has for you stunning cottages set in the tranquil countryside where you will only be accompanied by the sound of streams, the footsteps of sheep walking on the grass and hundreds of isolated landscapes made up of cliffs, trails and unspoilt coastlines where you will experience unique adventures that you only thought possible in your wildest dreams.

Cozy renovated cottages with hot tubs

Create magical moments during your vacation! Ireland's beautiful cottages offer you renovated spaces where you can create unforgettable memories with your family or partner. A fully equipped modern kitchen will allow you to prepare the best dinner ever while the children are playing in the garden or on the terrace. And to keep you warm on cold days, an electric fire and a hot tub will give you that comfortable feeling you've been looking for. The cottages have everything to make your stay as enjoyable as possible.

Travellers and activities

Ireland for hiking lovers

Although Ireland is small, it offers all kinds of terrain for hikers: beaches, valleys, mountains and more! Dingle Peninsula is a haven for those who enjoy mountain scenery and coastal walks. If you are a beginner, the trail to Eask Tower provides a peaceful walk and a perfect place to spend some time alone with stunning views of the harbour and peninsula. In order to reach it you'll have to climb 182m above sea level following a 2.1 kilometre trail through beautiful wildflowers and somewhat boggy paths. Many hikers consider it an easy hike that is perfect for beginners and undoubtedly offers the best views of Dingle and Therese. Another option that requires little effort is the monastic site of Glendalough in the Wicklow Mountains. It's a trail that winds through a pine forest and past a lake to a ruined mining village. But If you want something more challenging, the Hare's Gap pass in the Mournes Mountains in the north of Ireland has unpaved trails and open slopes that will require good fitness and sturdy boots to cross the 440-metre trail.

Ireland for couples

For a romantic getaway with a touch of adventure, Ireland has the best places away from the crowds to explore with your partner. Cycling; the Wild Atlantic Way is a great place to start. You'll both discover hidden beaches and epic coastal landscapes where you might even get to see the Northern Lights. However, one of the most beautiful parts of the Wild Atlantic Route that you should definitely cycle is the Slea Head Loop. After cycling, stop off at the spectacular dining destination of Hazel Mountain Chocolate Save, one of Ireland's top 10 foodie attractions. The place offers a comfortable atmosphere where you can enjoy chocolates made from local ingredients. Or if you prefer a leisurely stroll, the town of Wicklow offers spectacular woodland walks with waterfalls and picnics in front of freshwater lakes against a fairytale backdrop.

Ireland is known as the Emerald Isle for its lush green countryside and has the world's longest coastal route, the Wild Atlantic Way

Top 7 travel tips in Ireland

1. Visit Ireland's most majestic garden

Tour the incredible gardens of Wicklow. Known as the garden county of Ireland, Wicklow has the third best gardens in the world! Enter the majestic gardens of the Powerscourt Estate and marvel at 47 acres filled with over 200 varieties of colourful flowers. Stroll through the Italian gardens, walled gardens, Japanese gardens and rose gardens while appreciating the statues and ornamental lakes and enjoy a meal in the old Palladian house surrounded by a harmonious setting and views of Sugarloaf Mountain.

2. Hike to the highest waterfall in the country

Marvel at Powerscourt Waterfall. Located 6km from Powerscourt Gardens this 121m high natural spectacle in the Wicklow Mountains provides a haven for local wildlife and a great place to enjoy a picnic. Explore the oak-covered paths, listen to the birdsong, let the children let their imaginations run wild in the play area and cool off in the kiosk with an ice cream.

3. Cross the Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge and get the best views

Hike the Causeway Coastal Route and cross the rope bridge. This route has everything you imagine when you think of Ireland, ocean views, picturesque villages and hills that look like something out of the Lord of the Rings. Imagine breathing in the fresh air and feeling the sea breeze from the heights of the Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge as the waves swirl beneath you. Swing 98 feet above the sea, cross from Carrick Island to County Antrim and appreciate the unrivalled views.

4. Try Ireland's golden nectar

Taste the real Irish whiskey! This is undoubtedly one of the most famous spirits in the world and you shouldn't miss out on tasting one in its homeland. You can find a variety of distilleries all over the country that will offer you the best natural flavours. Sample spirits from Killowen Distillery in the Mourne Mountains of County Down, savour the bold flavours of West Cork Distillers in County Cork, discover the history of Powerscourt Distillery in County Wicklow and visit Walsh Distillery for handmade whiskey and delicious Irish coffee made with coffee, whiskey, sugar and topped with cream.

5. Dive into Irish waters

Get ready to spend a whole day discovering some of Ireland's waters. The country has more than 5,000 kilometres of coastline where you can enjoy a host of water-based activities such as surfing the huge waves at Bundoran in County Donegal, canoeing and kayaking on the islands around the Upper and Lower Lough and snorkeling along the coastline. You can discover marine life with Ocean Addicts in Kinsale, County Cork, whale watching with North Irish Diver LTD in Antrim and night diving with Galway Diving School.

6. Immerse yourself in a subterranean world at Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark

Stretching from County Fermanagh to County Cavan, Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Europe and a must-see on your vacation to Ireland. Here you can explore an underground labyrinth that includes rivers, aerial chambers and spectacular waterfalls. Plus find the hideout of the Brotherhood Without Banners from Game of Thrones in Pollnagollum Cave. Be amazed by some of the best scenery in the north of Ireland, pass through winding passages, see the delicate formations and listen to the quiet echoes of the caves.

7. Delight yourself with the fresh flavours of Irish cuisine

When it comes to freshness and natural produce, Ireland is one of the continent's best-known destinations where you can taste exceptional natural flavours from the pastures and waters. Embark on a dining experience at Moran's Oyster Cottage in County Galway and enjoy oysters from Galway Bay. Try the creative vegetarian dishes at The Happy Pear in County Wicklow. Sweeten up at Murphy's Ice Cream in Dingle and enjoy a tea and salmon sandwich surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean at Cupán Tae in County Cork.

FAQs: Cottage Rentals in Ireland

Which types of amenities are offered at the cottages in Ireland?

Among the amenities you can find on Holidu, it can be said that the cottages in Ireland contain everything that travellers search for! Here, the cottages generally offer a variety of facilities, the most popular being: internet (68%), garden (46%), and view (19%)...Sounds tempting?

How are the reviews for the cottages in Ireland?

On average, the cottages have rather positive comments. According to the Holidu data, 28% of cottages have a rating average of 4.5 stars. This is a relatively high ratio which allows us to confirm that you will without a doubt find the ideal cottage for a wonderful vacation!

Are the cottages in Ireland suitable for family vacations?

Judging by the Holidu database, 17% of cottages in Ireland are child-friendly, it should therefore be very easy for you to find the perfect cottage for you and your family.

Are the cottages in Ireland pet-friendly?

Yes! In Ireland, 43% of the cottages are pet-friendly, 46% even have a garden!

Do the cottages in Ireland generally come with an internet connection?

Of course! According to last year's data, 68% of cottages in Ireland offer an internet connection. This means that you will be able to browse the internet during your stay!

How much does it cost on average for cottages in Ireland?

Most of the cottages in Ireland (68%) are less than CA$100 a night. This is the dream destination for finding a cheap cottage!

Do the cottages in Ireland generally come equipped with a fireplace?

Definitely! According to last year's data, a fair amount of cottages in Ireland have a fireplace. Perfect for a cozy winter vacation!

Are the cottages in Ireland suitable for stays with friends or better for an escape as a couple?

According to Holidu's data, 91% of cottages accept up to four travellers. Approximately 91% of the cottages here include at least two separate bedrooms. This is the perfect destination for small groups of friends!

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