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    Rent a bungalow for a break in Ireland

    2 properties
    Dog Friendly Couple's Cottage near Tralee, Kerry, IrelandViewed 19 times in last week.
    Sleeps 2
    1 Bedroom
    Weekly price
    £213 - £457
    Dog Friendly Couple's Cottage near Tralee
    Abbeydorney, Kerry
    Dog friendly Property (1 dogs welcome)
    Facilities: Free internet access
    01244 500 540
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    More about this property: Treat the one you love to a romantic rural retreat break, plus bring the dog to this pet-friendly sleeps 2 couple's cottage close to Abbeydorney and Tralee, discover Banna Beach and the Dingle Peninsula on days out, plus enjoy walking and cycling in the lush surrounding countryside.

    Currently next available: from 21 June 2019 to 05 July 2019; more available dates

    Smart Pet-Friendly Ring of Kerry Bungalow, Kerry, IrelandViewed 11 times in last week.
    Sleeps 5
    3 Bedroom
    Weekly price
    £238 - £522
    Smart Pet-Friendly Ring of Kerry Bungalow
    Kenmare, Kerry
    Dog friendly Property
    01244 500 540
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    More about this property: Idyllic County Kenmare cottage with 3 bedrooms and a pets welcome policy, situated along the Ring of Kerry and Wild Atlantic Way.

    Currently next available: from 20 July 2019 to 23 July 2019; more available dates

    Ground floor holiday rentals in Ireland

    If you want a holiday home holiday in Ireland but want to avoid stairs, book a bungalow to stay in. There are lots of bungalows in Ireland, houses tend to have larger plots in rural areas that allow for a bigger footprint. Most will stand in a fairly large garden, spaced a fair distance from their nearest neighbour.

    Ireland is a great destination if you would like to find peace and quiet and perhaps enjoy nature and the simple pleasures of life.

    No stairs suits both young and old on holiday

    Ground floor accommodation is excellent for any people that experience difficulties with walking, be they elderly or just learning. Holiday rentals tend to have open-plan living areas which adds to the feeling of spaciousness in a bungalow.

    You may find modern sleek bungalows, single storey seaside holiday homes or country cottages, some topped with a thatched roof.