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Unforgettable Holidays – Unique Accommodations in Ireland

Ireland, much loved for its quirks, and the country’s idiosyncratic charm largely matches its accommodation options. Apart from hotels, camps and hostels, accommodation in Ireland is divided into three categories:

Pubs

They are not just a bar, but they also have rooms for rent and are part of the important culture of Ireland. They often have breakfast included in the room price and it’s a great way to meet the locals.

Bed and Breakfast

They maintain a very similar comfort to pubs, but differ in that the rooms are almost always in family houses adapted for this purpose. This option is an up close and personal Irish experience and another way to get local information.

They maintain a very similar comfort to pubs, but differ in that the rooms are almost always in family houses adapted for this purpose. This option is an up close and personal Irish experience and another way to get local information.

With own kitchen

Accommodation normally in a house or cabin, it can even be in a castle or a church, without food or drink. Here you have to bring your own provisions, since the nearby place to eat may be far away. In this type of accommodation we can stay in places such as the Black Castle in County Tipperary, in the Fort Ring which is a replica of a fort in the form of a palisade, Ashford Castle in County Mayo, with luxurious grounds arranged around of a lake.

And I say … who is not willing to move to medieval times in one of these accommodations?

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