The towns of Dundalk and Drogheda are the two biggest in the region and from Midlands and East Coast accommodation you will find great transport connections to take you around the rest of the region.
Wicklow is known as the Garden of Ireland and is easy to see why. The county has something for everyone from golden beaches to mountains and hidden valleys. From the Wicklow Mountains, it's even possible to see across Dublin. For the more active traveller staying in holiday homes Midlands and East Coast, there are more peaks where you can hike: Lugnaquilla, Mullaghcleevaun and Table Mountain are just to name a couple.
More to the south of Midlands and East Coast accommodation you will find the county of Kildare, famous for it's horse racing. It's home to the Curragh racecourse, as well as some of the finest horses and jockeys. The Irish National Stud isn't far away from your holiday home Midlands and East Coast, but this isn't the only attraction you will find there, the Japanese Gardens and St Fiachra's Garden also prove to be a favourite attraction with visitors. The River Liffey runs through Kildare and then into Dublin and provides the keen fisherman an opportunity to go angling.