Destinations in Ireland

Top 7 Results for Boutique Hotels in Ireland

— Dublin, Ireland

(Rated 9.5, 491 reviews)
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Italian marble bathrooms, a restaurant with 2 Michelin stars, and an infinity pool are offered at this award-winning 5-star hotel. In Dublin’s centr ...

— Dublin, Ireland

(Rated 9.5, 339 reviews)
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Situated in Dublin, Gleesons Townhouse Booterstown features a terrace and free WiFi. The hotel has a bar, as well as a restaurant serving European cui ...

— Dublin, Ireland

(Rated 9.2, 274 reviews)
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In a prime location in the Rathmines district of Dublin, Ranelagh Rooms is situated 1.1 miles from St. Stephen's Green, 1.1 miles from The Little Muse ...

— Dublin, Ireland

(Rated 9.2, 1 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Dublin – and a guest favourite. Situated on Grand Canal Square in the heart of Dublin’s business and cultural quarter, The ...

— Dublin, Ireland

(Rated 9.1, 1 reviews)
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This luxury boutique-style hotel is located in Ballsbridge, 1.5 miles from Dublin city centre. It offers free parking and stylish rooms with free Wi-F ...

— Dublin, Ireland

(Rated 9.1, 312 reviews)
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One of our bestsellers in Dublin! Situated in Dublin, 1 miles from RDS, The Devlin features views of the city. 1.4 miles from Grand Canal, the hotel f ...

— Dublin, Ireland

(Rated 8.9, 2 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Dublin.Iveagh Garden Hotel is a 4-star sustainable eco-friendly hotel located in Dublin city centre. It is a 4-minute walk fro ...

Ireland - The Enchanted Land

Ireland, home of famous exports like Shepherd’s pie, Guinness, Irish whiskey and the Riverdance. The irish cherish their homely cuisine and beverages, so it’s almost an insult to not share some pub food and a beer or two with the locals. Enjoy live music at a local irish pub and down a dram of irish whisky while you’re at it. You also have to order “fish ‘n chips” and pair it with a pint of Guinness at least once during your stay. If you’re up for an ambitious road trip, make your way through the Wild Atlantic Way, a 1600 mile road that winds along the western coast of Ireland. Or head to Hore Abbey, an ancient monastery dating all the way back to the 13th century. For a true taste of Ireland, visit the capital city Dublin, where the streets are filled with lavish culture and a nightlife scene as pumping as any in the world. Warning: if you happen to be in Ireland around March 17th get ready for a wild time. St. Patrick’s Day is a national holiday in the homeland, and if you thought the celebrations were huge where you’re from, just wait until you experience the real thing.

Travel Ireland

Visit the Rock of Cashel

Looking out onto the plains of County Tipperary, you’ll find the Rock of Cashel, one of Ireland’s most historic sites. This area of many buildings and fortresses was originally the seat of the kings of Munster prior to the Norman invasion. These days countless visitors and tourists flock everyday to catch a glimpse of this stunning complex of buildings.

Explore The Fascinating Town Of Kinsale

Kinsale is one of Ireland’s most stunning and quaint towns, found on the southern coast of Ireland, in County Cork. You’ll struggle to find anything quite like the aesthetic of this colourful town. While there be sure to check out the 16th century courthouse building which houses the Kinsale Regional Museum. Inside you’ll discover a variety of displays on local history, including information about the sinking of the RMS Lusitania in 1915. Ireland - Stand A Top Of The Cliffs of Moher The Cliffs Of Moher are a set of sea cliffs found on the southwestern edge of the Burren region in County Clare. These dramatic cliffs stretch on for around 14 km and are one of Ireland’s most popular tourist attractions - with around 1.5 million people visiting the cliffs back in 2016. From the top of the cliffs you’re met with stunning views of the Aran Islands in Galway Bay, the Maumturks and Twelve Pins mountain ranges to the north.

Tips and Travel Information For Ireland

Money The official currency of the Republic of Ireland is the euro (€). Credit cards are widely accepted throughout the country, with Visa and Mastercard being the two most common. Cards which are not accepted include American Express and Discover. Some smaller shops also have a minimum amount you can spend when using debit or credit cards, usually around €5 or €10. Getting Around Buses are Ireland’s most common form of public transport, with private operators and also the government owned companies, Bus Éireann and Dublin Bus. Trains are also a great option for journeys starting from Dublin. If you’re in outlying areas and you can’t hire a vehicle, hiking or cycling are other options. Best Time To Visit Peak Season (Jun - mid-Sep) Moderate (Easter - May, mid-Sep - Oct) Quiet Season (Nov - Feb) High season in Ireland is typically from the month of June until mid September. During this time the weather is at its best but unfortunately accomodation rates are also at their highest. Low season falls between the months of November and February. Expect cold and wet weather around this time, and for some destinations to be closed or have reduced opening hours.

Find Boutique Hotels In Ireland

For a stay equally as stunning as the country you’re visiting. Check out our selection of boutique hotels located in Ireland.