Dotted with regal castles-turned-hotels, the Emerald Isle has the type of majestic lodgings that can turn your "once upon a time" fairytale into a "happily ever after" reality. Opulent interiors, medieval, manicured exteriors, and ultra-luxurious amenities are just a few of the things that will help give you a taste of the finer life. To help you find the perfect property, we pulled together a list of the country's most gorgeous castle hotels that are fit for royalty.
The Most Amazing 22 Best Places To Visit In Ireland In One Week
Ireland’s 100 Best Places to Stay – and they're surprisingly affordable. McKennas' Guides has published its 100 Best Places to Stay in Ireland, with some fascinating inclusions... and exclusions. The influential guide features 12 new entries this year, ranging from Dublin’s five-star Marker Hotel to Glencarrig Farmhouse B&B on Co. Clare’s Loop Head peninsula.
One Week In Ireland: Travel Tips for the Emerald Isle
So you’ve only got one week in Ireleand to cover the rolling green hills and narrow-laned streets of the emerald isle? No problem. With a little energy and a LOT of driving, you’ll easily knock out the southern half of Ireland. Break it down by days and keep it moving in one direction. We recommend flying into Shannon and trekking it to Dublin, which takes you through dozens of small towns, letting you explore castles, farms and restaurants slightly off the beaten tourist path...
You can stay in a hotel anywhere in the world – but in Ireland, we offer a few more unique options. Why not try a grandiose castle, a picturesque lighthouse by the sea, or even a bubble dome that offers a 360-degree view of the lush forests of County Fermanagh? All of these places offer something curious, special, and well off the beaten track – our biggest problem is deciding which one to stay in first!
Fabulous Ireland travel itineraries to make the most of your time on the Emerald Isle. Whether you have one week, 10 days or to weeks, these detailed itineraries recommend stops and must see attractions in Ireland that are suitable for the whole families. Stop include Dublin, Kerry, Connemara, Donegal and much much more
The 7 best castles to stay in Ireland with kids for a luxury family vacation