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13 completely amazing Airbnbs you can stay in right here in Ireland

Right on your doorstep!


OVER THE PAST few years, people have decided to forego hotels and B&Bs in favour of Airbnb.

And there are some pretty amazing Airbnbs available right here in Ireland.

Warning: this may make you want to book a weekend away immediately.

1. A dorm in this house on the Blasket Islands

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Prepare to get windswept…

2. This thatched cottage in Connemara that looks like it belongs on a postcard

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John Hynde, eat your heart out.

3. This 100-year-old farmhouse in Cahir, Co. Tipperary

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That fire, though.


4. This idyllic ‘bed in a barn’ tucked away in the Ox Mountains

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Never has a barn looked so inviting.

5. This delightfully quirky house in Waterford City

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So wonderful, so Instagrammable.

6. This pretty as a picture cottage in Co. Kilkenny

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cottage Source: Airbnb

Have we woken up in a fairytale?

7. This deadly ‘hexagon hut’ in Westport, Co. Mayo

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Like a treehouse for grown-ups!

8. This dreamy wagon in Fintown, Co. Donegal

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The kind of place you dreamt about living as a kid.

9. This yurt in the wilds of Co. Galway

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They’re not just for Electric Picnic, you know…

10. This self-catering pub in Co. Tipperary

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AKA the bloody dream!

11. This Victorian apartment in Dublin 4

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So glam we can almost smell the wood.

12. This stunning mountain retreat in Co. Sligo

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*books a holiday*

13. And this clean-as-a-whistle apartment in Temple Bar…

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templebar Source: Airbnb

Warning: might give you apartment envy.

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Amy O'Connor

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