From Dublin to Donegal, Cork to Clare, check out these family hotel deals in Ireland for summer holidays, with prices from €269 for two night stays!
Planning on a staycation this summer? I have some family hotel deals in Ireland based on two-night stays in July, but dates and durations can be changed to suit your requirements. I have highly rated hotels as well as self catering options, so there should be something here to suit all tastes and budgets.
If you have specific dates in mind, or need change the duration of your stay, simply edit the search dates to suit your requirements. Most of these family hotel deals in Ireland include my affiliate links – where I receive a small commission if a booking is made, but at no additional cost to you.
1. Kenmare Bay Hotel & Leisure Resort, Kerry, 3 Nights, €567
The Kenmare Bay Hotel is always highly sought after, not only because of its ideal location and good value price point, but also because of its impressive Leisure Centre. This is one of the most popular family hotel deals in Ireland and is ideally situated to explore Kerry and the Wild Atlantic Way.
2. Talbot Suites at Stonebridge, Wexford, 3-Nights: 2-bedroom €540
The luxurious Talbot Suites at Stonebridge is a super choice for families looking for large apartments in the heart of Wexford Town. There are 69 apartments on-site with fully equipped kitchen, balcony or patio and TV’s in all living areas and bedrooms. Three-bedroom apartments also boast floor-to-ceiling windows.
Guests have access to the swimming pool and Talbot Quay Leisure Centre and the bar and restaurant at the Talbot Hotel which is just 100 metres away.
3. Clayton Hotel & Leisure Club Sligo, 3 Nights: Two-Bedroom Family Room €607
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Set on beautiful grounds and close to Sligo Town centre, the 4-star Clayton Sligo ticks all boxes for a family holiday in Ireland. We stayed here recently and loved its family friendly facilities and spacious family rooms. The leisure centre has a separate kids pool, and a kids club usually operates during school holidays.
4. Holiday Inn Belfast, 2-nights: Family Room €302
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The Holiday Inn Belfast is located in the heart of Belfast and is a great value option for a family stay in Belfast. Belfast is brimming with family attractions including indoor skydiving at Vertigo,
Ireland’s award-winning Science and Discovery Centre W5, and make sure you take a spin to Colin Glen Forest Park to enjoy their Gruffalo Trail, ziplines and alpine coaster.
5. Mill Park Hotel, Donegal, 2 Nights: Family Room, B&B €516
Located close to Donegal town, with some of Ireland’s best beaches and the Wild Atlantic Way on your doorstep, this is one of the best value family hotel deals in Ireland. There is a swimming pool, children’s pool, sauna, and state-of-the-art gym onsite, as well as a choice of dining options.
6. Park Place Apartments, Killarney, Kerry, 2 Nights: 2-bedroom Apartment €677
Located in the centre of Killarney town centre, these bright, modern apartments are just 500 meters from the Killarney National Park. With the Ring of Kerry and the Wild Atlantic Way on your doorstep, the possibilities for day trips is endless.
7. Old Ground Hotel, Clare, 2 Nights: Junior Suite, €530
Located in the centre of Ennis, this former manor house is one of Clare’s most highly rated hotels on TripAdvisor. With the Cliffs of Moher, Loop Head and Bunratty Folk Park on your doorstep, if you do manage to leave the hotel, there are plenty of places to explore.
8. Helm Apartments, Westport, Mayo, 3 Nights: 3-bedroom apartment €660
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If you have been following me for a while you will know I fell in love with Mayo’s stunning coastline a few years ago, and this two-bedroom apartment is ideally located to explore it.
Located right in the heart of Westport, The Helm overlooks the harbour and has a restaurant and bar, with complimentary breakfast included in your stay. This is great value for self-catering breaks in Ireland in one of the Wild Atlantic Way’s most vibrant towns.
9. Claregalway Hotel, Galway, 2 Nights: Family room €269
Located just 20 minutes from Galway City, within easy access to the Wild Atlantic Way, and with a leisure centre and large family rooms, this is a great value choice for family hotel deals in Ireland. This room can accommodate a family of five.
10. Johnstown Estate, Meath, 2 bedroom House, 2 Nights, €558
Johnstown Estate is the ideal choice if you want a luxury family break that is close to Dublin. Set within 120 acres of stunning parkland, this 1750’s Georgian residence has extensive leisure and spa facilities, golf and horse riding, as well as a choice of dining options.
The two-bedroom self-catering lodges are perfect for families who want to enjoy all the hotel’s facilities but enjoy the benefits of spacious self catering homes. Each lodge has a separate dining and relaxing area and a terrace that opens onto a green with a small children’s play area.
11. Clonakilty Park Hotel, Cork, 2 Nights, €438
The Clonakilty Park Hotel is one of the most popular family hotels in Ireland. It has an award-winning leisure centre, a three-screen cinema, high ropes and zip wire adventure centre, and family friendly dining options. Family rooms tend to sell out early so I suggest booking now if you plan on visiting Cork this summer.
12. Ashe Hotel, Tralee, Kerry, 2 Nights: Family Room €385
The modern Ashe Hotel is ideally placed to explore the top attractions along the Ring of Kerry. The speciality gastro bar and restaurant is a favourite with locals, but if you fancy exploring the bars and restaurants in Tralee town, you are just a few minutes walk away. Highly rated on TripAdvisor, and a Travellers Award winner this year, this is great value for a family break in Kerry.
13. Riverside Park Hotel, Wexford, 2-Night Family Break, B&B, 1 Dinner, & Attraction Pass €365
The Riverside Park Hotel is a great value choice for a families looking to explore all that Wexford has to offer. We stayed overnight here during the summer and enjoyed its choice of dining options and family friendly facilities. Family breaks are great value and include breakfast each day, a four-course evening meal on the night of your choice, and a family attraction pass.
Guests have complimentary access to the leisure centre with swimming pool and kids pool, and there is a large playground next door to the hotel. Superior family rooms are also available with separate TV’s for kids, and can cater for up to 2 adults and 4 children.
14. Breaffy House Hotel, Mayo, 2 Nights: Family Bunk Room – Sleeps 6, B&B, €502
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We stayed in Breaffy House Resort on two occasions and had a wonderful experience. There is a large swimming pool and spa on site and if you like wine, make sure you take a tour of their cellar! I loved Mayo. There is so much to see and do, check out my blog posts here:
15. The Inn at Dromoland, Co. Clare: Family Room – Sleeps 5, €361
Situated on the famous Dromoland Estate, The Inn at Dromoland offers endless outdoor walks over 450 acres of countryside. It also boasts large family rooms that can sleep to five.
With Bunratty Castle, the Cliffs of Moher and beaches just a short drive away, there are plenty of options for outdoor pursuits, as well as an indoor pool with separate kids pool at the hotel. This 3-star hotel is always well priced, and offers one of the best value family hotel deals in Ireland for families of five.
16. The Royal Marine Hotel, Dun Laoghaire, 2 Nights: Family room €448
There are some gorgeous walks along Dun Laoghaire Promenade and Pier, just what you need after a Christmas binge! Who knows you might get tempted to swim in the 40ft? If you just want to relax, you can do that too – thehotel has a health club and indoor pool, as well as a choice of dining options in Hardys bar and the Dun Bistro.
17. The Lakeside Hotel and Leisure Centre, Clare, Family Room B&B: €496
The Lakeside Hotel is arguably one of the best family hotels in Ireland, mainly due to its leisure centre which boasts a 40 metre waterslide and its spacious family rooms, which come with a mini fridge.
It is located on the banks of the river Shannon, so you can also avail of Stand Up Paddle boarding, kayaking, mountain biking and lots more activities in the nearby University of Limerick Adventure Centre. The possibilities for day trips are endless, with Bunratty Folk Park, the Cliffs of Moher, a choice of beaches, and a local Chocolate factory, all close by.
18. Clifden Station House, 2 bedroom apartment: 2 nights, €627
This unique hotel was once an old railway station. It has been beautifully restored and manages to combine the old brick and native oak with modern furnishings. Its location in the upmarket town of Clifden is ideal for anyone who wants shops, bars and restaurants close by, but also wants to get out and about and explore the rugged coastline of Connemara.
The two and three-bedroom apartments are a great choice for groups or families as guests get full use of the hotel facilities including the swimming pool and leisure facilities. The Railway Kids Club usually operates during holiday periods.
19. Carrick Plaza Suites and Apartments, Leitrim, 2 bed apartment, €498; 3 bed €618
Located in the heart of Carrick-On-Shannon, these modern apartments two-bedroomed apartments sleep up to five, and three-bedroomed apartments sleep up to eight. Both boast panoramic views over the River Shannon. Take a cruise along the river, enjoy Lough Key Forest Park or simply enjoy the location in the heart of this vibrant town.
20. Kilronan Holiday Homes, Roscommon: 3 bedroom House, 3 nights, €1050
These three-bedroom homes enjoy an enviable position on the grounds of Kilronan Castle Estate and within easy access to Lough Key Forest Park.
The hotel is surrounded by 40 acres of grounds on the shores of Lough Meelagh. Guests have access to the hotel swimming pool, spa, and gym, and the houses receive great reviews from previous guests.
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I hope this post on family hotel deals in Ireland will help you plan a festive break away. While every effort is made to ensure that hotel facilities and services are accurate, these are subject to change.
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