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Beds made up for arrival, Heating included, Welcome pack, Bath towels included, In-cottage laundry facilities, All inclusive, Dishwasher, Central laundry facilities, Meet & Greet
All our dog-friendly properties will have their own list of doggy do’s and don’ts on their website, which will vary by property. Please check them and make sure you are happy to abide by them before you book. Not all dog-friendly properties have enclosed gardens,
but you can select "Enclosed Gardens" if you specifically need one. We have two categories of dog-friendliness:
Does exactly what it says on the tin! A charge may apply in some cottages (please check individual cottage for details). This filter will automatically include the "Dogs Welcome" cottages, which offer a higher level of service.
In these cottages, the owners go the extra mile to make sure your dog has a great holiday. These properties all provide a doggy welcome pack including poo bins, poo bags, water bowls, dog towels and sofa throws. They will also provide some extras such as dog crates blankets, kennels, holiday collar tags, toys, treats, etc. These
may vary from property to property. Charges for dogs may apply, so please check individual properties for details.
Ireland’s gentle irony is that it holds one of the liveliest capitals in Europe, yet Dublin’s bustling streets are a world away from the quieter, pastoral and ancient pleasures found throughout the rest of the country. The atmospheric 5,000 year old Neolithic tombs and chambers of Newgrange, a World Heritage Site in Meath, are among the finest examples of this strange contrast, as are the tranquil gardens spread gorgeously over Wicklow.
The country’s coastline is particularly attractive, especially at the giddily high, green Cliffs of Moher in the westerly county of Clare; while a broader rural appeal gradually emerges on the Ring Of Kerry, a gentle 110-mile trail through majestic county landscapes in the tranquil south-west.
Even the remotest areas may offer unexpectedly cosmopolitan charms, however: the streets of tiny Kinsale in neighbouring Cork, for instance, hold a number of gourmet restaurants, many of them reflecting the fact that sea-surrounded Ireland offers some of the best seafood in the world. Kildare’s misty plains and pastures form an important horse-racing, golf and angling centre; and at the Rock of Cashel in Tipperary’s Golden Vale medieval churches and fortresses perch high on a limestone outcrop, representing the heart of Ireland’s long and complex history.
In Northern Ireland, Fermanagh has its own Lake District, reflecting the beautiful watery inheritance of the island, a theme that continues further north where the Giant’s Causeway, another World Heritage Site, sends an exotic tangle of basalt columns descending into the sea, amid much legend and awe.
The festival runs over 3 days in Dublin and 2 days in Cork, showcasing the best in international street performance, interactive family activations and workshops, delicious artisan producers and world street food from around the world.
Weekend of concerts, workshops, readings, tours and much more.
The Horse Show is a Dublin institution. A celebration of Ireland's affinity with the horse, from the best show horses to the best international show jumpers.
Irish music and dancing, parades, workshops and exhibitions plus much more.
September/October. 18 days of world-class theatre from home and abroad.
Laytown races occupies a unique position in the Irish and English racing calendar as it is the only race event run on a beach under the rules of the Turf Club. Watch as they race by The Cottages!
September/October. Food, drink, live music and lots more.
Samhain, the ancient Celtic Festival that we now call Halloween, originated here in Co. Meath in the Boyne Valley more than 3,000 years ago.
Enjoy the unique work of more than 500 designers, artists, and crafts people. This annual fair is widely recognised as Ireland’s premier commercial craftwork showcase.
Celebrate New Year in Dublin with music trails, dance displays, poetry slam and much more.
Ice skating, Christmas market, rides nad attractions.
Gather at Newgrange for the winter solstice dawn in December. Newgrange is a Stone Age (Neolithic) monument in the Boyne Valley, County Meath, it is the jewel in the crown of Ireland's Ancient East.
Throughout one week, in February/March, Dublin city centre’s electric atmosphere is highlighted with a broad selection of well-known chefs and restaurants that prepare a special menu to offer you a unique experience with their best dishes.
Dublin International Film Festival is Ireland's premier feature film festival taking place each year in February.
Whatever way you like your prawns Howth’s award winning restaurants will serve your favourite prawn dishes in bite sized portions.
Four Great Days in Dublin. Music, dancing, singing, art, workshops, tours, food & drink and so much more.
Music, visual arts, theatre, family fun & outdoor activities and much more!
May/June. Combining the highest standard of equestrianism with good food, shopping, entertainment and family fun.
Bloom is Ireland's premier gardening festival.
On the water displays and entertainment in the festival area. Pirate re-enactments all weekend and Irish Village Markets delivering an open-air food and craft market.
Meet local and international chefs, sample dishes from Dublin's greatest restaurants, Live cooking demonstrations, beer tasting nad live entertainment.
Award-winning Irish Maritime Festival at Drogheda Port. On shore fun, on the water entertainment, music plus lots more.
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MOBILITY NAS 1
Older and less mobile guests
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MOBILITY NAS 2
Part-time wheelchair users
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VISUAL NAS 2
Visually impaired and blind people 2
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HEARING NAS 2
Hearing impaired and deaf people 2
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