Wild Atlantic Way
County Clare , Ireland
Surrounded by ten acres of forest and fields, this stylish and surprisingly spacious modern cottage regenerates sections of an eighteenth century walled garden with remarkable results.
On the edge of the unique landscape that is the Burren, and amidst the castles, cliffs, music and surf, that are the charms of County Clare, the most memorable escapes start here. Sleeps 6
County Cork , Ireland
The exquisite result of two year project that saw a crumbling mid-nineteenth century miller’s house restored to a cosy, contemporary three storey home.
In two acres of mature woodland gardens with direct access to a private beach, half an hour from Cork City, this is one of the chicest vacation choices for large families. Sleeps 11
County Mayo , Ireland
Big skies, narrow roads and Celtic mists are the setting for this peaceful cottage where time has a different meaning and nature calls the shots.
The Mullet peninsula is one of those unspoiled and under-explored gems of Ireland where the wind blows out the cobwebs, the tides set your clock, and the scale of the landscape is humbling. How can you resist?. Sleeps 8
County Clare , Ireland
Set on the hills above Doolin, and within walking distance of the Cliffs of Moher, Sea Mist is a stylish contemporary cottage conversion with spectacular views out to the Aran Islands.
Brilliant surfing, championship golf links, and of course the apogee of traditional music nearby, make this the holiday home to cover all bases. Sleeps 7
County Donegal , Ireland
This architect styled holiday home in western Donegal faces the Atlantic across Loughros Beg Bay and was designed to capture some of the most stunning summer sunset views anywhere.
Right on the shore line, there are beaches, mountains and bays to be explored along this special section of the Wild Atlantic Way. Sleeps 7
County Galway , Ireland
Holiday getaways don’t come much more stunning than this large West of Ireland cottage.
Just yards from the Atlantic shoreline and with its own golden powder-sand beach, Tir na nOg is a quintessentially Irish thatch roof cottage, commanding panoramic views of Omey Island and the capricious Connemara coastline.
Once bitten...smitten! Sleeps 9