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How to Find the Best Ireland Hotels with's selection of Ireland hotels consists of a variety of accommodations, from small quaint hotels to larger city-based rooms. No matter your budget you will find something perfect for you, so you can enjoy all that Ireland has to offer. Once you have the right base to venture from, you'll easily be able to experience Ireland in all its glory. The Emerald Isle is a place dripping with history and culture. Dublin is famous for its spectacular zoo, the Guinness Storehouse and beautiful landscapes for you to view and explore. The coast of County Cork is home to many tiny island communities filled with culture and people who will greet you warmly no matter where you go.

What's Ireland Like?

Dublin is a must for those who like to party and has been voted the friendliest city in Europe on more than one occasion. Make sure to visit the now corrected Albert Clock and the beautiful Alice Clock at Fountain Centre. Cork is a different kettle of fish altogether. Lush green hills, wondrous scenery and small villages provide a different outlook of the island, however the county's main city also provides a heady nightlife. County Kerry is a wonderful place to visit if you are seeking serene views and somewhere to hike or climb. The beaches there will amaze you and the sea breeze will keep you refreshed. Kerry is home to Ireland's 10 highest peaks and has a stunning national park where you can see some of the country's oldest oak trees.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Ireland

The Irish know how to have a good time and you'll often find yourself in excellent company. However, many places can vary. If you're the artsy type then you may find yourself more at home in Dublin City center. For those looking for a quieter time at their Ireland hotels and a more subdued atmosphere, then Cork or Galway are good options. You may find the accent a little hard to penetrate at first but if you ask nicely they will slow down for you. You may even learn some Gaelic along the way! Local cuisine often consists of warming stews and bacon with sausages and eggs. When in a bar in Ireland don't be surprised to hear the sound of various amazing instruments from harps to accordions. You'll love the sounds and the singing. has a wealth of information on this wonderful country to help you decide on the best accommodation during your stay. Our experts leave no stone unturned in finding the perfect place for you.

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