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Find Your Perfect Cottage In Ireland
Take a holiday in one of the world's best destinations � the delightful coasts and countryside of Ireland .
In Ireland, your self-catering holiday options encompass stays in cottages, castles and farmhouses on the coast, in the countryside or in villages throughout the south and west including Cork , Kerry and Clare. You can choose anything from a short break to a longer two-centre vacation. And of course checking for last minute and late availability holidays is so easy. You can search here: http://tinyurl.com/5fxzh
When you holiday in Ireland, you�ll be sure of a warm welcome whether you�re staying in a rural retreat such as a whitewashed cottage, a traditional farmstead or an apartment in a castle overlooking the limpid waters of a fishing lake.
From the depths of the countryside in Kilkenny or Mayo to the Georgian elegance of Dublin or Waterford, you�ll find pubs and restaurants serving an unmatched choice of food and drink throughout Ireland.
Between the rugged cliffs that characterise the coastline of Ireland you�ll find coves along the shoreline where the clear waters lap gently at the clean silver sands of wide, open beaches. You�ll rediscover the joys of simply walking or perhaps cycling along the quiet coastal roads. You�ll experience a timeless tranquillity rarely found in other parts of Europe.
It�s an unusual part of Ireland where you can�t find a friendly bar and a first-class golf course close to your holiday cottage. And you�ll find it hard to miss one of Ireland�s most loveable traditions � that of making music. Wherever you go, in a large town or small village, you�ll be entertained by instrumentalists and singers in lively bars throughout Eire.
Ireland�s miles of coastline, myriad lakes and rivers offer unparalleled opportunities for watersports and fishing. Horses have always played an important part in Irish life, so you will find riding stables, jaunting cars and trekking centres throughout the year.
The cultural event calendar in Ireland is a full one. Internationally famous arts festivals take their place side by side with local galas. These regularly feature new work by local people as part of Ireland�s state promotion of Gaelic Culture. http://tinyurl.com/5fxzh
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