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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 or 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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Settled on the border in the province of Ulster, Cavan borders six other Irish counties meaning plenty of places to explore. The location is characterised by its drumlin countryside - elongated hills in the shape of an inverted spoon – formed by glacial ice over many thousands of years. These hills came in handy when defending the kingdom back in the medieval era.
Settled in the mid-west of Ireland, County Clare is the perfect place to visit if you’re looking for impressive coastlines and plenty of countryside to explore. With the River Shannon to the southeast and The Atlantic to the west, water defines much of the physical boundaries here.
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.
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.
With dramatic coastlines, an idyllic seaport and a stunning backdrop of rolling hills, our Donegal hotels guarantee a charming and inspiring short break in the North West of Ireland.
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.
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.
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.
One of the largest counties in Ireland, hotels in Kerry offer the perfect opportunity to discover everything this vast region has to explore. Home to Killarney National park and numerous other points of interest, it’s easy to see why this place has become such a tourist hotspot.
Explore the ancient medieval castles of Kilkenny on your next short break. Home to an abundance of historic landmarks, including Kilkenny Castle – a striking castle built by the Normans – County Kilkenny is definitely one for the history buffs.
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.
Discover Louth with it myths and legends. You’ll find our Louth hotels are conveniently located for exploring this vast and diverse Irish cultural mecca, as well as being the perfect base for an outdoor escape in beautiful countryside of the Emerald Isle.
Our Meath 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.
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. 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.
Our hotels in South East Ireland place you on the doorstep of the regions beautifully diverse landscapes, complete with rolling hills, memorising mountains and idyllic seaside resorts. Wander along the historic walls of Waterford for a trip back in time, discovering the natural beauty of the area and an abundance of intriguing landmarks.
A traditional and agricultural area, hotels in Westmeath allow short break visitors to discover more of true Ireland and its beautiful surroundings. Discover an abundance of market centres selling fresh produce and local goods, plus a stunning canal system. Cycling facilities have been a key focus for the area over recent years, so those who enjoy hopping on a bike will love the idea of a short break in Westmeath.
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