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 Waterford , Ireland
This impressive old Georgian country house sits on a bluff with commanding views of the woodlands, walled gardens and walkways that make up Waterford’s Woodhouse Estate.
Capacious enough to cater for a large family, it is ideally placed for cycling trips around the headlands and coves of Ireland's Copper Coast, hill-walking in the Comeragh Mountains, or just traipsing around this elegant estate. Sleeps 8
County Galway , Ireland
At the tip of the Rosmuc peninsula is a big house with a busy history.
Sitting on two acres, with a mile of private rocky shoreline to discover, Garafin House is the consummate luxury holiday retreat from which to explore wild and rocky Southern Connemara.
A profusion of islands confuse the horizon to the south, the Twelve Ben mountains beckon to the north, and warm fires await inside.. Sleeps 8 to 10
County Cork , Ireland
On a causeway-linked island - one of the throng at the edge of Roaring Water Bay - and wrapped in 15 acres of wildlife and flowers, this impressive and recently constructed two storey family home enjoys spectacular views and a unique relationship with the ocean.
It’s well known that West Cork is where food, festivals and family fun flourish.
Sleeps 14 including studio
County Cork , Ireland
A quaint and deceptively roomy 19th century cottage Castlehaven Lodge has been completely modernised and re-furbished. Surrounded by acres of rambling gardens, dazzling views of the Atlantic, it enjoys a private walk through an historic glen to a secluded west Cork cove. Sleeps 4
County Kerry , Ireland
This beautiful holiday home is perched in its own landscaped grounds on picturesque Rossmore Island, where the broad expanse of The Kenmare River meets incoming Atlantic swells.
A narrow stone bridge makes the connection to the spectacular Ring of Kerry, which links the busy market town of Kenmare and the idyllic colourful village of Sneem. Sleeps 8