Still searching for family breaks in Ireland this summer? I’ve got 10 last minute deals to tempt you.
Whether you want three, four or five-star hotels, this post has great family breaks in Ireland to suit all tastes and budgets. All hotels listed are family friendly and all are recommended on TripAdvisor. I have priced these family breaks in Ireland for two-night stays in August, but dates and durations can be changed, simply click on the links below, and edit the dates to suit your requirements.
It is important to point out that not all hotel facilities may be in operation. With this in mind, I recommend booking a room with free cancellation, incase there are any changes to facilities, or you need to cancel your booking at the last minute.
Most of these family breaks 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. Treacy’s Oakwood Hotel, Clare, Family Room: €496
Located close to Bunratty Castle and within easy access of the Cliffs of Moher and the Wild Atlantic Way, this is a great choice for families looking to explore Clare’s gorgeous coastline.
2. Brandon House Hotel, Wexford: Family Room €368
Thehotel boasts a large indoor pool as well as an Eco
3. Kilronan Holiday Homes, Roscommon: 3 bedroom House, €600
These three-bedroom homes enjoy an enviable position on the grounds of Kilronan Castle Estate. 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.View offer here
4. Parkavon Hotel, Killarney, Family Room: €358
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The 3-Star Parkavon Hotel is ideally perfectly located within walking distance of Killarney town centre and Killarney National Park. It also boasts a leisure centre which should keep the kids happy. This is great value for a family stay in Killarney.
5. Claregalway Hotel, Galway: Family room (5) €358
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 breaks in Ireland. This super deal can accommodate a family of five.
6. Clayton Hotel Limerick, Superior Family Room With River View: €404
Boasting stunning river views over the Shannon, a leisure centre on site, and a choice of dining options, this is one of the most popular hotels in the Limerick. Located within walking distance of the city, and with the Wild Atlantic Way and numerous beaches close by, the possibilities for day trips are endless.
7. Fitzpatrick Hotel, Dublin, Family Room: €350
Overlooking Dublin Bay, I love the location of this hotel. I enjoy walking the family friendly Killiney Hill Walk regularly. Of course you can also take a short Dart ride to Dublin city, or simply relax and enjoy the pool – this great hotel is a great choice for a family break in the capital.
8. Maldron Hotel Sandy Road, Galway, €324
The Maldron Hotel is a family-friendly hotel located less than 15 minutes walk from Galway city. Children are treated like VIPs and have a separate check-in with a welcome gift on arrival, as well as child-friendly menus throughout the hotel. With Connemara and The Wild Atlantic Way on your doorstep, this is a great choice for families looking to explore the surrounding area.View offer here
9. Bella Vista Hotel, Cork: Two Bedroom Apartment (5): €610
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The Bellavista Hotel offers beautiful views of Cork Harbour in the pretty town of Cobh. With a traditional Irish bar and a Chinese restaurant on site, and the popular Titanic Experience and Fota Wildlife close by, this is a great choice if you are looking to explore Cork’s top attractions and gorgeous coastline.
10. 5-Star Intercontinental Hotel, Dublin, Family Room: €875
We had the pleasure of staying in the Intercontinental Hotel recently and loved the experience. The standard family rooms are extremely spacious, I’m told the most spacious of all five-star hotels in Dublin. However if your budget allows, upgrade to one of the executive suites which have a balcony and can easily accommodate a family of five.
You can choose to dine in the Lobby Bar or the elegant Seasons Restaurant, both of which have superb kids menus, that are very well priced. There is a health club with a 14 metre pool which children can also avail of, and if you fancy a stroll before dinner, Sandymount beach and Herbert Park are both close by.
I hope this post on family breaks in Ireland will help you plan a family holiday in Ireland this summer. It is important to note that some of the facilities / activities listed may not be operating to full capacity – please check with individual hotels and holiday home owners for clarification. I always recommend booking a hotel or home with free cancellation in case there are any changes to the listed facilities that may not suit you.
These family breaks in Ireland were researched independently. Some have links direct to the hotels websites, while others have my affiliate links attached to third party websites, where I receive a small commission if a booking is made, but at no additional cost to you.