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Select a holiday cottage in Ireland according to the facilities it offers
Booking a holiday cottage in Ireland with the right kinds of facilities adds considerable pleasure to a holiday. There are holidaymakers who start the day with a real cup of percolated coffee and need that cottage that has a coffee machine to allow them to enjoy their early morning pleasure. One of the great things about self-catering holidays is that you can easily sit and relax, and drink as much as you want because it is all under your personal control.
Or, it could be a facility that you do not have at home but would love to have use of on holiday, such as a swimming pool, sauna or hot tub. All of these things add to the general fun.
Understandably, large group accommodation will have a wider range of facilities than a small holiday cottage for two. The same applies to accommodation in a holiday village.
To help you consider what would make your self-catering break that bit more pleasurable for you and your family, take a look at the groups of facilities below:
Facilities at self-catering accommodation to aid relaxation:
Hammock in the garden
Sports and activities:
Cooker, Range cooker, or Gas hob or, Electric cooker, a cottage with the ideal combination of a gas hob and electric oven
Single bed: one bedroom cottage with twin beds, two bedroom cottages with two sets of twin beds
Double Bed, two double bedrooms
Four poster bed
A fully enclosed or walled garden
Swings in the garden
Communication and Entertainment
Accessible cottages in Ireland for the disabled
Coastal holiday homes in Ireland for people with mobility issues
Baby-friendly cottages in Ireland