7 Irish places to stay we want to visit this summer

If you’ve spent the weekend scrolling through Insta, experiencing intense fomo at the sight of everyone’s weekend getaways and getaways, this is your sign to plan for summer.

From Easter, public holidays follow one another. There are luxurious three-day weekends to enjoy in May, June and August, and now is the time to organize a dreamy little getaway for yourself.

If the past two years have taught us anything, it’s that there’s no shortage of idyllic places to stay for a weekend on this island. Whether you’re looking for a cabin by the sea, a treehouse with a view of the city or a castle where you can live your best Enya life, Ireland has you covered.

If you’re looking for some inspiration, we’ve compiled a quick list of places we’re dying to visit this summer.

Corcreggan Mill, Donegal

A “quirky and eclectic holiday resort” along the Wild Atlantic Way, with glamping and self-catering accommodation available. While you’re at it, check out their gourmet fish and chips with a tasty selection of homemade tacos, arancini and fish sticks.

Ravens Rock Glamping, Waterford

A family friendly site with wooden cabins that will fulfill all your cottagecore fantasies, nestled in the scenic Comeragh Mountains.

Fane River Retreat, Monaghan

I saw this place pop up on my Instagram a few months ago and was blown away. One for all seasons, this place offers a sauna, hot tub and private pool to relax in while the Fane River rushes past you, and a pizza oven to whip up something tasty after a long day of relaxation.

The Bird Box, Donegal

We make no apologies for having two Donegal spots on the list – we could hardly leave this wonderful treehouse behind. A comfortable, handcrafted structure with many nooks and crannies and a private terrace with views over Glenveagh National Park. Find out more and book your stay HERE.

Inch Hideaway, Liege

Minutes from Inch Beach in East Cork, you’ll find this hideaway with yurts, wagons and plenty of activities including yoga classes, cocktail parties and guided foraging walks. Get a reservation HERE.

Dream Cabin Pops, Clare

Nestled in lush greenery on the shores of Lough Derg you will find this quaint cabin with private veranda, log burner and the most magical views. Book your stay HERE.

Glamping in the Aran Islands, Galway

Do we need to say a lot to sell you the idea of ​​a glamping trip to the Aran Islands? One of the most stunningly beautiful areas of the country, and these guys are making the most of it with beachside pods, incredible views and the town of Kilronan just a short walk away.

Good holidays !

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