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Coastal cottages in Ireland for self-catering

3 properties
Lios Dana Lodge, Kerry, IrelandViewed 23 times in last week.
Sleeps 16
8 Bedroom
Weekly price
1250 - 1450 EUR
Lios Dana Lodge
Inch, Kerry
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+353-66-9158223
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More about this property: With stunning sea views and spacious accommodation, this 8 bedroom holiday house with its views out over Dingle Bay is a special place to stay and is ideal for large groups of up to 16. The local sandy beach is just a short walk away.

St. Anthonys, Kerry, IrelandViewed 15 times in last week.
Sleeps 4
3 Bedroom
Weekly price
£190 - £275
St. Anthonys
Lauragh nr Kenmare, Kerry
2-star Dog friendly Bungalow
0035 3646683150
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More about this property: Idyllic 3-bed holiday cottage near the small village of Lauragh on the road to Glanmore Lake, comfortable rooms and lounge, perfect location for a family holiday in rural Ireland

Holiday Villa 16, Cork, IrelandViewed 16 times in last week.
Sleeps 6
3 Bedroom
Weekly price
£315 - £400
Holiday Villa 16
Youghal, Cork
4-star Property
Facilities: Swimming pool
01244 500 540
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More about this property: Looking to holiday by the scenic County Cork coast? If so a stay at this good value 3 bedroom holiday cottage in the seaside town of Youghal could be the perfect place to stay.

Saturday 20 Jul 2019  |  7 nights  |  £712
Currently next available: from 24 August 2019 to 31 August 2019; more available dates

Enjoy the peace and sea air of a holiday near the coast in Ireland. From the rugged Atlantic coast with its many small islands, peninsulars, headlands and bays in the west, to the Irish sea coast with its mountains and beaches in the West. There is something here for everyone.

The extraordinary Giants Causeway is an exhilarating sight. Set at the very top of Ireland, this geological phenomenon is composed of about 40,000 columns of black basalt rock that descend into the sea. Most visitors also head for nearby Bushmills. Here Ireland's (and indeed the world's) oldest licensed whiskey distillery has been in operation since 1608.

Ireland's history is reflected in the warm hospitality, traditional Irish food and drink, brilliant Irish folk music, and beautiful landscape. Whether enjoying a morning breakfast in a cafe in Dublin, downing a pint or two in a pub in Belfast, experiencing the local artists of Kerry or Cork, or hiking along a seaside cliff on the Dingle Peninsula, it is hard not to feel a part of the dramatic culture of the country's people and the rich history that is Ireland.

The following coastal cottages in Ireland can be rented for self-catering holidays and short breaks and most are near a beach. Click on any photographs shown to read more about each cottage and the self-catering holiday on offer.