Winter Style Guide
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  • to Ireland, Cliff View on Guide to Ireland, Ireland, Clare, Doolin
    to Ireland, Cliff View on Guide to Ireland, Ireland, Clare, Doolin

    Located at the top of the lane in Fisherstreet, Doolin, just 2 minutes walk from the famous O'Connor's Pub. Doolin is an excellent base for touring the Burren, the Cliffs of Moher, the Aran Islands and the many castles in County Clare. Take in the breath-taking scenery along the coast-line of Doolin. Traditional Irish music can be heard nightly throughout the summer and at weekends during the winter in all the pubs.

    € 550.00
    guide-to-ireland.com
  • to Ireland, Mangerton self catering on Guide to Ireland, Ireland, Kerry, Killarney
    to Ireland, Mangerton self catering on Guide to Ireland, Ireland, Kerry, Killarney

    Late summer are the great Kerry festivals of Puck Fair and the Rose of Tralee ( August 10th, 11th, 12th and 27th ff respectively). There are lots of nearby local regattas on lake, river and on sea. Or how about a trip to Skellig Michael or to Valentia Island in the rare climate of south Kerry, just over an hour away. Winter is short in Mangerton..luckily.!

    € 350.00
    guide-to-ireland.com
  • to Ireland, Glenboy Country Accommodation on Guide to Ireland, Ireland, Meath, Oldcastle
    to Ireland, Glenboy Country Accommodation on Guide to Ireland, Ireland, Meath, Oldcastle

    The 4 star accommodation includes four en-suite double bedrooms (one bedroom-bathroom is wheelchair accessible). The living space opens from the fully-equipped kitchen to cosy fire-side seating and a bright south- facing sunroom. Patio doors lead to the private south-facing garden area with BBQ and secure parking. The wood-burning stove and underfloor heating with DVD and library collection also make Glenboy an ideal winter retreat.

    € 600.00
    guide-to-ireland.com
  • to Ireland, Annaharvey Farm on Guide to Ireland, Ireland, Offaly, Tullamore
    to Ireland, Annaharvey Farm on Guide to Ireland, Ireland, Offaly, Tullamore

    The farmhouse is open to guests for Bed and Breakfast or Full Board accommodation near Tullamore. It has been designed for the comfort and well being of all our guests, including a relaxing lounge area where guests mingle and chat before and after meals where the warm turf fire is a welcome site on winter evenings.

    € 55.00
    guide-to-ireland.com
  • to Ireland, Lougher Farm on Guide to Ireland, Ireland, Meath, Lougher
    to Ireland, Lougher Farm on Guide to Ireland, Ireland, Meath, Lougher

    Newgrange The Megalithic Passage Tomb at Newgrange was built about 3200 BC. It is estimated that the construction of the Passage Cairn at Newgrange would have taken a work force of 300 at least 20 years. On the winter solstice a shaft of sunlight shines through the roof box over the entrance and penetrates the passage to light up the chamber. This dramatic event lasts for 17 minutes at dawn from 19-23 December. Visitors to the chamber on regular tours experience a simulated Solstice using electric...

    € 40.00
    guide-to-ireland.com
  • Guide to Ireland, Montrose Lodge on Guide to Ireland, Ireland, Dublin, Donnybrook (Dublin 4)
    Guide to Ireland, Montrose Lodge on Guide to Ireland, Ireland, Dublin, Donnybrook (Dublin 4)

    Montrose Lodge is situated in Donnybrook, Dublin 4. A green leafy area of the South City with easy access to the City centre by public transport or Taxi. A beautiful Irish Home offering you the finest base in which to enjoy a stay in Dublin either for a vacation or a short spring or winter break.

    € 60.00
    guide-to-ireland.com
  • Guide to Ireland, Churchfield B&B on Guide to Ireland, Ireland, Clare, Doolin
    Guide to Ireland, Churchfield B&B on Guide to Ireland, Ireland, Clare, Doolin

    Doolin is considered by many to be the home of traditional Irish music and with the famous pubs, McDermott's and McGann's just 2 minutes walk away and O'Connors a mere 10 minutes walk, you could not be closer to the action. Traditional Irish music can be heard nightly throughout the summer and at weekends during the winter in all the pubs. The atmosphere is unique and before long, I know you will tap your feet and clap your hands as the music takes over.

    € 55.00
    guide-to-ireland.com