Holidays to Ireland in 2014

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Cheap short breaks

The magical timeless country of Ireland is constantly rated as one of the top ten, holiday destinations in the world and after your first visit it is easy to see why.

Discover Ireland

The scenery itself is enough to draw you to Ireland on holiday; from the craggy wildness of the Beara Peninsular, the spectacular vista of the Ring of Kerry and gentle lakes in County Roscommon, to pretty villages through County Waterford and the otherworldliness of Galway all combine to create a country as beautiful as anywhere in the world. It won’t just be the Irish views that entrance you though, for the magic of Ireland is intangible; it is the feel of the place that seeps into your bones and makes you want to visit on holiday again and again.

Much of this magic starts when you visit Dublin. The vibrant and exciting Irish capital is not large or particularly old, but its spirit has created literary genius and artistic achievement that has enthused the world. Pop into any bar or pub in Dublin and within minutes you will be chatting to strangers who feel like lifelong friends.

Lowcost Ireland hotel breaks

Great value hotels from self-catered to luxurious five star accommodationin Ireland are plentiful and quick and cheap air travel is available from all over the UK and with the second city Cork only 257 kilometres away from Dublin in distance but a million miles away in feel; a two city lowcost break is a great idea.

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Other recommended destinations

Visit Scotland and take a cheap break in Edinburgh.

Our top hotels in Ireland

Mespil Hotel

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Camden Court Hotel

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Belvedere Hotel - Dublin

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Bewleys Hotel Dublin Airport

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Dublin City, Dublin

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Flight + Hotel from £91.50 pp

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Fitzpatrick Castle Hotel

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Dublin City, Dublin

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Flight + Hotel from £140.00 pp

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The North Star Hotel

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Dublin City, Dublin

Based on 2 sharing, Bed & Breakfast, 3 nts, from London Luton more info >

Flight + Hotel from £173.50 pp

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Hotel Mont Clare

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Dublin City, Dublin

Based on 2 sharing, Bed & Breakfast, 2 nts, from Edinburgh more info >

Flight + Hotel from £217.50 pp

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Mespil Hotel

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Dublin City, Dublin

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Flight + Hotel from £221.00 pp

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Top Cities

Dublin is Ireland's exciting capital, a vibrant city filled with arts and culture. Galway is a beautiful city in western Ireland that is steeped in history. Cork is Ireland's second city situated on the River Lee in the beautiful Cork Harbour. Sligo is a city in the north west of Ireland, among beautiful rolling hills and coastline.

Activities

Walking tours are a fantastic way to explore and discover an Irish city, there a plenty of guided tours that can show tourists the key sights of cities as well as some of the secret spots. There are a number of beautiful botanical gardens scattered all over the country in the major cities; they are a calm haven away from the bustle and excitement of the city. Pub tours are a fun way to take in some of the city's sights, visit some local pubs and sample the local beers and hospitality.

Attractions

The Guinness Storehouse, aka the Guinness Brewery, is one of Dublin's top attractions, tours of the brewery run regularly as well as tasting sessions of Ireland's favourite tipple. Dublin Zoo is another of the city's top tourist attractions home to a number of endangered animals. Carrowmore Megalithic Cemetery is a huge collection of Stone Age tombs found in County Sligo.

Nightlife

There are plenty of clubs in Irish cities playing everything from techno to disco into the morning. There are plenty of bars in Ireland’s cities whether you want to sip cocktails or enjoy cheap drinks deals. A trip to Ireland is incomplete without a visit to a local pub to sample a pint of Guinness. Traditional Irish music can be found all over the country and is an absolute must.