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Ireland | Your faithful four-footed friend doesn’t have to miss out on discovering the enchanting beauty of Ireland. There are holiday homes here which allow you to bring your pets along.
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Enjoy the Irish countryside with a holiday home in Province Connacht
The Province of Connacth is a rugged and beautiful part of Ireland located on the western coast. The province is full of hills and mountains and a holiday home in the region is perfect for travellers who enjoy outdoor activities such as hiking or simply wish to experience Irish culture. While there are only two cities in the province, they have a great deal to offer and there are also a number of quaint towns and villages to explore. Renting holiday houses and holiday apartments allows travellers to explore the area whilst enjoying all the comforts of home.
Holiday rentals in Connacht's cities
Holiday houses and holiday apartments are a great way to enjoy either of the Province of Connacht's cities. Galway, affectionately nicknamed "Ireland's Cultural Heart," has many theatres and music venues, making it a great place for some live entertainment. There are a number of festivals held throughout the year which include the Galway Arts Festival and the Cuirt International Festival of Literature. The Galway City Museum offers a comprehensive look at regional history. Sligo, on the other hand, is a scenic seaside town set against a mountainous backdrop. Despite its relatively small size the town is the regional capital of the northwest of Ireland and is known for its vibrant nightlife. Holiday rentals in either city will make a great holiday.
Holiday homes with a view
Renting holiday homes in the Province of Connacth is a great way of exploring the Irish countryside. A holiday rental in Connemara is the perfect place to see the bogs and heaths that make up the signature landscape of the Connemara National Park. Book holiday homes and holiday rentals near Killary Harbour to enjoy the tranquil mountainous landscape surrounding this glacial fjard on the border of County Mayo and County Galway. Travellers can also leave mainland Ireland to visit the Aran Islands. There are several forts and castles on the islands and they are a great place to experience traditional Irish culture.