These houses act as the perfect base for the active visitor. Return home to a couple of lobsters on your Barbeque after a random cycle journey across twisted mountain paths, or a boat trip on the Shannon. Whether your thing is surfing or mountain climbing, you and your gear will welcome a comfortable HQ and a blazing hearth.
County Kerry , Ireland
This beautiful holiday home is perched in its own landscaped grounds on picturesque Rossmore Island, where the broad expanse of The Kenmare River meets incoming Atlantic swells.
A narrow stone bridge makes the connection to the spectacular Ring of Kerry, which links the busy market town of Kenmare and the idyllic colourful village of Sneem. Sleeps 8
County Wicklow , Ireland
High in the muscular mountains of Wicklow, surrounded by pastoral countryside, grazing sheep, woodland and the chatter of birds, this atmospheric farmyard conversion is an ideal HQ for indulging in a hiking or biking holiday.
With bustling Dublin City beckoning only an hour downhill, the forecast for adventure doubles… Sleeps 4
County Clare , Ireland
Set on the hills above Doolin, and within walking distance of the Cliffs of Moher, Sea Mist is a stylish contemporary cottage conversion with spectacular views out to the Aran Islands.
Brilliant surfing, championship golf links, and of course the apogee of traditional music nearby, make this the holiday home to cover all bases. Sleeps 7
County Cork , Ireland
On an elevated site overlooking the cluster of islands that shelter Roaringwater Bay, this
gossamer grey coastal cottage is a sanctuary of contemporary design and comfort.
Crafted stonework terraces define the lawns, apple orchard, and percolating water cascades that climb the slopes above the house - occasionally assisted by outcrops of natural granite bedrock.
This is where West Cork works its charm.. Sleeps 6