These smaller homes are just perfect for your honeymoon retreat. Each property brings a unique blend of comfort and nature in broad strokes. Amble down paths to the local village, relax with a book in front of an open fire, or marvel at the endless fireworks of shooting stars dancing across an August Kerry sky.
County Mayo , Ireland
Big skies, narrow roads and Celtic mists are the setting for this peaceful cottage where time has a different meaning and nature calls the shots.
The Mullet peninsula is one of those unspoiled and under-explored gems of Ireland where the wind blows out the cobwebs, the tides set your clock, and the scale of the landscape is humbling. How can you resist?. Sleeps 8
County Cork , Ireland
On a steep sheltered north facing ridge amongst the ancient native oaks above Cleandara harbour, hides this mature 1980’s cottage where time seems to stand still.
Secluded and private, this is a consummate retreat in an ever changing west Cork panorama. Perfect for rambling, writing, reflection and feasting. Sleeps 6
County Cork , Ireland
A quaint and deceptively roomy 19th century cottage Castlehaven Lodge has been completely modernised and re-furbished. Surrounded by acres of rambling gardens, dazzling views of the Atlantic, it enjoys a private walk through an historic glen to a secluded west Cork cove. Sleeps 4
County Fermanagh , Ireland
Step inside this magical vacation cottage, and you enter a different world where new surprises lurk around every corner.
A delightful world of natural and recycled materials and honky-tonk pianos, nestled in a rural landscape of lakes, rivers and stone wall bridges.Sleeps 4 to 7 with annex
County Waterford , Ireland
This elfin cottage cloistered above the woods on an historic Tay valley demesne, introduces unique opportunities for exploring the beaches and headlands of Irelands Copper Coast, hill-walking in the Comeragh Mountains, or just rambling around a magnificent estate. Sleeps 4
County Clare , Ireland
Uniquely sited on the gently sloping western shores of lower Lough Derg this cedar bungalow enjoys expansive views of the last lake on the indomitable river Shannon.
Whether it’s fishing or waterskiing that floats your boat, it’s here to be found on Ireland’s Pleasure Lake. Sleeps 6