These smaller homes are just perfect for your honeymoon retreat. Each property brings a unique blend of comfort and nature in broad strokes. Amble down paths to the local village, relax with a book in front of an open fire, or marvel at the endless fireworks of shooting stars dancing across an August Kerry sky.
County Kilkenny , Ireland
This rustic village vernacular barn conversion is the smallest of a cluster of artfully converted stone farm buildings that together make up Ballilogue Clochan. Clever and practical design has ensured that light percolates throughout the vivid white interiors.
Equidistant from Dublin, Cork and Limerick, Ballilogue is superbly located for exploration of the south east of Ireland and it’s ancient history. Sleeps 4
County Cork , Ireland
Perched on a tranquil slope above Castlefreke’s energetic Long Strand, Puffins Nest is a beach bungalow incorporating a pair of conjoined identical apartments that offer a complete break from the persistent pace of modern living.
This is the second of two homes which are let separately. They are ideally suited to couples seeking a surfing break or as a base for exploring charismatic west Cork. Sleeps 4
County Meath , Ireland
This completely refurbished wing of an early Georgian manor has been in the same family for more than two centuries. The house is surrounded by over 400 acres of rolling parkland, including a working farm, livery stables and an equestrian facility.
Situated in the Boyne valley – home of High Kings and megaliths - yet just half an hour from Dublin here is the best of both worlds in Ireland’s Ancient East. Sleeps 4
County Waterford , Ireland
As sentinel at the East entrance to an historic Waterford demesne, this is a romantic little home full of surprises and the promise of full days of exploration both on and off the estate.
Everything is here for some sublime relaxation, creative culinary endeavours, or energetic enjoyment on Waterford’s Copper Coast. Sleeps 2 + 2
County Dublin , Ireland
Just outside Dublin’s M50 ring road where the bustling city starts to give way to golf courses and vegetables, an old coach house has been charmingly transformed into a quiet and refined country home.
Within easy reach of all the main transport routes, this is an ideal base from which to explore the enchantment of Ireland’s capital from an historic domain. Sleeps 4
County Clare , Ireland
Uniquely sited on the gently sloping western shores of lower Lough Derg this cedar bungalow enjoys expansive views of the last lake on the indomitable river Shannon.
Whether it’s fishing or waterskiing that floats your boat, it’s here to be found on Ireland’s Pleasure Lake. Sleeps 6