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Famed for its unrivalled beautiful landscapes and a myriad of vibrant cities and picturesque villages, the Republic of Ireland is an extraordinarily wonderful destination for a short break anytime of the year. Choose from our superb selection of hotels in Ireland, ranging from Galway to Dublin, Sligo to Cork and everything in-between.
Whether you’re looking for a country escape exploring the stunning Dartry and Wicklow Mountains, want to take on an outdoor challenge such as horse riding along Dingle Peninsular, or would like to learn about Ireland’s fascinating past at the Dublin Trinity College, our Ireland hotels are perfectly placed to discover it all.
- With Dublin Castle, The Guinness Storehouse, St Patrick’s Cathedral and much, much more on offer in Dublin, you’ll have plenty of options for making the most of your time in Ireland’s truly captivating capital city.
- A trip to Galway promises a short break rich in history and culture. See the Spanish Arch and Galway Cathedral as well as, Eyre Square – a poignant memorial for the former US President John F. Kennedy.
- Surrounded by rolling hills, fairy-tale castles and historical monuments, a short break to Cork is not complete without exploring the Cork City Gaol and the English Market, or ringing the famous Shandon Bells.
- Choose from 5 different amazing counties in South East Ireland including the medieval castles of County Kilkenny, the beautiful Wicklow Mountains of County Carlow and County Wexford’s Hook Peninsula.
- From Donegal Castle to the beautiful Slieve League Cliffs, the North West of Ireland promises both breath-taking scenery and an abundance of historic tales.
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Stay in one of our hotels in Mayo, Ireland for a mesmerising short break with striking mountainous scenery, majestic tombs and breath-taking hiking trails. Discover the history of the world famous Ceide Fields, visit the Knock Shrine or explore the charming village of Westport – voted the “Best Place to Live in Ireland” by The Irish Times in 2012.
Enjoy sailing and water sports along the coast, sightseeing at Ashford Castle plus much, much more when booking a short break at one of our hotels in Mayo.
- With an amazing 11,000 hectares of bogland and mountainous landscapes, Ballycroy National Park is a must-visit Irish wilderness in the north west of County Mayo.
- With five Blue Flag beaches to its name, Achill Island off the coast of Mayo offers visitors a tranquil escape with plenty of outdoor activities for the adventure seekers, and peaceful villages with cosy pubs for those needing a relaxing break.
- Nicknamed Reek, Croagh Patrick Mountain is a not only an important pilgrimage site, but an impressive mountain perfect for a day of walking and hiking.
Surrounded by miles of spectacular coastlines, rolling hills, fairy-tale castles, historical monuments and the tallest mountain in Ireland, our hotels in Cork are a superb choice for discovering all this wonderful city has to offer.
Ideal for both city sightseers and outdoor enthusiasts, our Cork hotels are a fantastic base for exploring some of Ireland’s most treasured attractions. Visit Blarney Castle, Charles Fort and St. Fin Barre’s Cathedral for a historic day out, enjoy a stroll through beautiful Fitsgerald Park and Bishop Lucey Park or head to Curraheen Park Greyhound Stadium to see where the famous Ballabuidhe Races are held.
When planning your short break to Cork, be sure to add these amazing attractions to your itinerary.
- A highlight when visiting Cork and a must-see, is the Cork City Gaol. Bursting with historical and archaeological heritage, this popular attraction offers an enthralling insight into life for the 19th century prisoners that were once housed there.
- Make a trip to St Anne’s Church and ring the world-famous Shandon Bells to take part in a century-old Irish tradition. After, climb the bell tower for awe-inspiring views across the city of Cork.
- Explore the English Market – the oldest of its kind and approved by Queen Elizabeth II herself – for traditional Irish crafts and an abundance of delicious local produce.
With dramatic coastlines, an idyllic seaport and a stunning backdrop of rolling hills, our Donegal and Sligo hotels guarantee a charming and inspiring short break in the North West of Ireland.
Combining secluded beaches and ancient grounds with a choice of cosy pubs and hidden gems, Donegal’s charming and magical atmosphere is guaranteed to captivate your heart. For a change of pace, head to one of our hotels in Sligo for a destination with renowned literary history, crystal clear lakes and abundance of outdoor activities. Hop on a surf board and experience the waves in one of the world’s top surfing destinations.
As you explore the many wonders of the wild Atlantic Way, be sure to visit some of must-see sights and attractions.
- The Slieve League Cliffs in County Donegal are one of the highest sea cliffs in Europe. Brave the viewing points along the cliffs for the most amazing sea views across the Atlantic Ocean before retreating back to your Donegal hotel.
- Set on the banks of the River Eske, the 15th century Donegal Castle complete with a Jacobean wing sits proudly as one of the area’s most popular attractions.
- The ruins of Sligo Abbey are steeped with turbulent tales of fires and uprisings. This perplexing monastery, and its Gothic and Renaissance sculptures make for an extremely fascinating day out.
- As the most recognisable part of the Dartry Mountains, Ben Bulben – fondly known as Ireland’s Table Mountain – is perfect for leisurely strolls and challenging hikes, both promising spectacular views of the surrounding area.
Hotels in Dublin offer an ideal base for soaking up the friendly atmosphere of this cosmopolitan city. A city rich in history and culture offering something for everyone, with budget and luxury Dublin hotels to choose from as well as an abundance of museums, parks, theatres, chic boutiques, excellent restaurants and legendary pubs.
As well as your hotel, we even offer a number of attraction tickets that you can book at the same time, allowing you to explore Dublin quickly and easily. Why not try booking a Dublin Tour with your hotel or see our Dublin travel guide for a little more about the city.
Ireland’s capital city offers so much to see and do, so why not make the most of your break and add some sightseeing or attractions tickets like the Guinness Storehouse to your Dublin hotels booking. We have a number of hotels in Dublin that offer a variety of locations to suit your needs, with many located in the heart of the city centre.
Close to most of our hotels in Dublin you can find some must-see attractions including:
- Dublin Castle is set right in the heart of the city, offering visitors the chance to tour its ancient walls and to get an insight into the history behind this fascinating building
- the National Gallery
- the Old Jameson Distillery which offers tours and tasters for anyone interested in the history and craft behind one of Irelands most famous drinks
- Trinity College, established in 1592, was based on the collegiate universities of Oxford and Cambridge. It contains some fascinating architecture and 18th Century Old Library is a must see
- St Patrick’s Cathedral founded in 1191, offers stunning architecture and a great deal of history
- Why not take a stroll through Phoenix Park. At 1752 acres, it is the largest urban park in Europe and offers a retreat for anyone looking for a break from the hustle and bustle of the city
- You could even face to face with some amazing animals at Dublin Zoo
Pick up some bargains at the Jervis Shopping Centre or treat yourself to some designer labels at the fashionable shops on Grafton Street. Plus visit the Blackrock Market for some locally produced arts, crafts and food.
Then before heading back to your Dublin hotel, why not enjoy the lively nightlife at Temple Bar, with around 24 bars and 73 cafes and restaurants to choose from, or sample a more relaxed alternative on Grafton Street.
Dublin airport has one main terminal with flights to over 112 international destinations, operated by 50 airlines. Situated just 6 miles north of Dublin city, the airport is easily accessible if travelling by road with great express and local bus links.
Two coastal towns located on the outskirts of Dublin city: Killiney Hill Park offers spectacular views of the bay; Portmarnock has a world-class golf course and is popular for water sports. Nearby Wicklow, the Garden of Ireland, has a National Park and Sea Aquarium.
Our East Ireland hotels offer visitors the ultimate romantic escape complete with picturesque rolling hills, serene lakes and magnificent forests. A haven for outdoor enthusiasts, you can enjoy a range of exhilarating activities including water sports, walking trails, fishing and horse riding.
Sports fanatics on a short break at one of our East Ireland hotels will also find a fantastic choice of fabulous golf courses and world famous horse racing events.
Visit the ancient sites of Clonmacnoise and Newgrange, admire the beautiful Wicklow Mountains, discover Louth with it myths and legends plus much, much more in the East Ireland region.
- Make a trip to beautiful Glendalough – the valley of two lakes – in the heart of Wicklow, complete with a fascinating Monastic settlement and Round Tower dating back as far as the 6th century.
- Home to Ireland’s oldest weaving mill and the setting of popular 90s TV show Ballykissangel, the tiny town of Avoca is a must-visit destination with delightfully charming and welcoming locals.
- An ancient and sacred place of importance in Irish folklore, the Hill of Tara has been at the forefront of celebration and royal significance for more than 6000 years.
Visit the ‘city of tribes’ and stay in one of our Galway hotels for a fantastic short break in Ireland’s fourth largest city. A historic city with plenty of horse racing, festivals, music events and, of course, a whole host of traditional cosy Irish pubs, Galway is superb choice for a mini getaway with SuperBreak.
With its wonderfully charming atmosphere and many cultural highlights, here’s some of Galway’s most popular sightseeing spots.
- Built in the 16th century, Galway’s Spanish Arch is a must see. Originally an extension of the old city walls, it now stands as a fascinating historic attraction complete the Galway City Museum.
- Set in the very heart of Galway, Eyre Square – officially known as Kennedy Memorial Park – pays tribute to the former US President John F. Kennedy who visited Galway shortly before his assassination. Surrounding the square, visitors will find a shopping centre, The Browne Doorway, two 19th century canons and the Quincentennial Fountain.
- As one of largest and most impressive buildings in the city, Galway Cathedral is not to be missed. Simple yet beautifully elegant and overlooking the River Corrib, visitors at this cathedral can appreciate a variety of architectural styles and modern church art.
Set in a truly wonderful destination, our hotels in Killarney, Ireland offer the perfect short break escape. Surrounded by breath-taking scenery, the stunning Killarney Lakes and National Park, plus the beautiful Dingle Peninsula, you won’t regret choosing one of our Killarney hotels.
Popular all year around, visitors will find an abundance of amazing things to see and do in the Killarney area.
- Muckross House is a magnificent Victorian mansion situated in the beautiful Killarney National Park close to the shores of Muckross Lake. Not only the centre piece of the grounds, the house is the ideal base for exploring the surrounding area.
- Built by O’Donoghue Mór, Ross Castle is a 15th century masterpiece sat on the lower lake of Killarney. This and its imposing structure makes it a must-see attractions in Killarney.
- A truly beautiful destination, the Dingle Peninsula boasts amazing views of the rugged County Kerry coastline. For the best views of the area, be sure to head to Dunmore Head!
Next time you make a trip to Ireland be sure to stay at one of our hotels in Limerick. As the Republic of Ireland’s fourth largest city and with a prominent position on the River Shannon, a short break in Limerick promises a city getaway with plenty of cultural and historic sights to see.
Famed for Frank McCourt’s ‘Angela’s Ashes’, Limerick offers visitors an array of attractions, from King John’s Castle and St Mary’s Cathedral to the Hunt Museum – home to an impressive 2,000 artefacts.
The ideal destination for a couple of days away, our hotels in Limerick, Ireland are surrounded by plenty to see and do.
- Located on King’s Island, King John’s Castle in Limerick is a spectacular 13th century historic feat. Renowned as one of the best preserved Norman castles in Europe it stands today with its walls, towers and defences still intact!
- It’s the oldest building in the city still in use today and for that alone it is definitely worth a visit. St Mary’s Cathedral was built in the 11th century and is a place of both worship and historic significance. See this prominent structure in the centre of this ancient Irish city on the land where Vikings once lived.
- Dubbed as Ireland’s grandest private collection of art and antiques, the Hunt Museum is a must-see when visiting Limerick. With artefacts dating from the Neolithic era right up to the 20th Century, you can see works from the likes of Renoir, Picasso and Yeats, as well as relics from Greece, Rome, Egypt and the Olmec civilisation.
Rich in history and outstanding beauty, our hotels in Shannon are a superb choice for exploring all this wonderful area has to offer.
Surrounded by the charming villages of County Clare, the rugged Atlantic coastline and picturesque golden beaches, Shannon Town – named after the river it stands on – promises a delightful short break away in the Republic of Ireland.
Make the most of the amazing sights on offer while staying in one of our Shannon hotels by exploring some of the area’s most popular attractions.
- Spanning 24 miles in length, Lough Derg in Shannon is a truly magnificent sight to behold. Embark on a leisurely lake cruise, try an adventurous watersport or simply enjoy this beautiful area.
- Visit Bunratty Folk Park and explore the traditional farm houses and cottages where rural Irish families once lived and worked. Don’t forget to swing by the Bunratty Castle too and marvel at the spectacular 15th century tower!
- For those wishing to explore County Clare, Aillwee Cave is not to be missed. A cave and bird of prey show wrapped up in one, you can take both a tour of these mysteriously fascinating caverns, as well as watching dynamic flying displays.
Our hotels in South East Ireland place you on the doorstep of the regions beautifully diverse landscape complete with rolling hills, memorising mountains and idyllic seaside resorts. Wander along the historic walls of Waterford, relax on the sandy shores of Wexford or explore the ancient medieval castles of Kilkenny.
With five amazing counties ready and waiting to explore, you won’t regret a taking a short break in South East Ireland.
- With the beautiful Wicklow Mountains, Mount Leinster and Loch Tay on hand to explore, County Carlow is an outdoor enthusiasts dream!
- Home to an abundance of historic castles, including Kilkenny Castle – a striking castle built by the Normans – County Kilkenny is definitely one for the history buffs.
- Visit County Tipperary and you’ll find one of Ireland’s National monuments – the Holy Cross Abbey – as well as, the undeniably picturesque Glen of Aherlow.
- Take a tour of the famous crystal factory in Waterford, or head to Waterford Museum of Treasures for a fascinating insight into Medieval Ireland.
- Discover the beautiful coastlines of County Wexford and the Hook Peninsula where one of the oldest lighthouses in the world still stands.
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