Comprising Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, the island of Ireland is situated close to the western border of the countries of Great Britain, where you can find North England apartments or South West England cottages, only separated by the North Channel and part of the Irish Sea. On the opposite side, the country meets the Atlantic Ocean where the coastal regions attract travellers from all over the world, keen to experience a touch of Irish charm.
West Ireland is made up of several different counties, each of which has their own unique qualities and idiosyncrasies which make each one well worth a visit. Tourists to the region will be spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing their West Ireland holiday rentals, whether choosing a cosy cottage in Galway or a homely guest house in Limerick. No matter what type of West Ireland holiday rentals you opt for, travellers will be enthralled by their surroundings, and will marvel and gaze in wonder at breathtaking sweeping mountainsides and picturesque see views from a cliff top vantage point.Ireland borders the sea, a border that has been carved by nature, creating a rugged coastline that makes staying in West Ireland holiday cottages a dream for lovers of nature and the great outdoors. Beyond the dramatic cliffs, there are opportunities to take fishing trips, an important industry for West Ireland. Its seaside location influences the oceanic climate that West Ireland experiences, though known to be damp and windy during winter, the natural environment is complimented by warm sunshine during summer for the perfect backdrop to the wondrous panoramic views. Even if you would like to spend beach holidays in autumn or winter, you would have to check out some alternatives for West Ireland:
Donegal is home to Glenveagh National Park, just one location that is ideal for hikers and nature lovers visiting the country and renting West Ireland holiday cottages. In the same region, the dramatic, romantic sight of a castle is one that will stay engrained in your memory forever and will make you want to come back to this part of Ireland again and again to rediscover Ireland’s fascinating history.Served by several airports, West Ireland holiday cottages are also easily reached by road, which also makes trips inland simple. No matter where a traveller chooses West Ireland holiday cottages, they will find that the people are warm and the region delightful.