From Dublin to Donegal, Limerick to Leitrim, I’ve got 10 self catering breaks in Ireland this summer.
Self catering breaks in Ireland were extremely popular last year, and I can see that demand is already high for this summer. Whether you fancy a family break, or a catch up with friends, I’ve got 10 self catering breaks in August to suit you. All have received good reviews from previous guests, and have flexible booking options.
I have priced these self catering breaks in Ireland for three-night stays in August, but dates and durations can be changed to suit your requirements, simply click on the links below and edit the search dates accordingly.
Please note that some facilities may not be available and are subject to change, so it is best to check with the hotel or apartment if there is any facility you are particularly interested in. Note some of the links listed are affiliate links, where I receive a small commission if a booking is made, but at no additional cost to you.
1. Park Place Apartments, Killarney, Kerry: 2-bedroom Apartment from €800
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.
2. Carrick Plaza Suites, Carrick On Shannon, Leitrim: 2-bedroom apartment €597
Located in the heart of Carrick-On-Shannon, these modern two-bedroomed apartments sleep up to six, and three-bedroomed apartments sleep up to eight. Both boast panoramic views over the River Shannon. Take a cruise along the river, or enjoy a family day out at Lough Key Forest Park.
Note: When you click on the link below you will see quad rooms, but once you click through to see availability you will see two-bedroom apartments available.
3. The Helm 3-Bedroom Apartment, Westport, Mayo, 2 Night stay €585
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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.
Read: Top 10 things to do in MayoView offer here
4. Jamestown Court 2-bedroom apartment, Salthill, Galway: €1030
With a superb beachfront location in Salthill, these modern apartments offer stunning sea views and are beautifully furnished. With Galway city, Connemara and the Wild Atlantic Way on your doorstep, these will surely be one of the most popular options for self catering breaks in Ireland.
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5. St Anglea’s 3-bedroom apartment, Sligo: 2-bedroom apartment €545
If you want to explore the Wild Atlantic Way on a budget, then look no further! Anglea’s apartment boasts free WiFi, an onsite gym and views of the Isle of Innisfree. Located just five miles from Sligo town, with Strandhill beach and Rosses Point close by, this is a great value option for self catering breaks in Ireland.
Note: When you click on the link below you will see one bedroom apartments, but once you click through to see availability you will see two-bedroom apartments available.
6. Glamping Under The Stars, Laois, Hobbit House, €599
As well as offering six different glamping accommodations, the name, ‘Glamping Under the Stars’ has already got me thinking that I want to stay there.
Located just an hour from Dublin, this award-winning glamping site has bell tents, wood lodges and a shepherd’s hut, all equipped with proper beds, a private decking area and sockets for charging phones.
The hobbit-style Houses sleep up to six and have private bathrooms. Prices for a three-night family stay are €599 on various dates in August.
Read: 20 Top picks for glamping in Ireland
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7. Benbulben Court, Sligo: 2 bedroom apartment: €448
A selection of one and two-bedroom apartments close to Sligo town centre and Ireland’s most distinctive mountain, Benbulben, these apartments are a great value choice for families looking to explore the Wild Atlantic Way.
There is an onsite reception opened daily should you need anything during of your stay, and guests can enjoy discounted swimming pool and gym rates in the Clayton Sligo Hotel which is next door. The reviews from previous guests are excellent, and the opportunities for day trips are endless.
Note: When you click on the link below you may see one bedroom apartments available , but once you click through to see availability you will see two-bedroom apartments available.
8. Assaroe Falls, Donegal: 2-bedroom apartment: €600
Assaroe Falls is located just over 2km from the Lakeside Centre and just over 5km from the gorgeous beach at Rossnowlagh. It features river views, free WiFi and free private parking.
9. Berehaven Pods, Castletownbere, Cork: 15th August, €450
The Beara Peninsula is one of my favourite parts of Ireland and these glamping pods are in the perfect location to explore it. Each pod has a kitchenette, bathroom with shower, and patio and seating area. There is a private beach area on site too and with Killarney, Kenmare and West Cork all within easy reach, the possibilities for day trips are endless.
10. Castle Oaks House Hotel, 2-bedroom Courtyard Apartment with pool access, Limerick: €900
Set in 26 acres of grounds, and beautifully situated on the banks of the River Shannon, this Georgian Manor House Hotel is a great choice for self catering breaks in Ireland.
The Courtyard Suites are located just a one minute walk from the reception area. There are two double bedrooms with a spacious living area and kitchenette. Guests can enjoy access to the hotel facilities including breakfast in the hotel restaurant for a small supplement, as well as access to the River Leisure Club and pool.
Note: Cheaper family rooms may show initially, but if you click on ‘see availability’ you will see all room types listed.
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I hope this post on self catering breaks in Ireland will help you plan a staycation 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 hotel for clarification. I always recommend booking a room with free cancellation, or a small deposit, incase there are any changes to the listed facilities that may not suit you.
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