Category Archives: Where To Stay

10 of the Best Places to Airbnb in Ireland

By Alannah Kenny August 30, 2017 (No)
If you fancy planning a getaway in Ireland to distract from those end of summer blues, Airbnb has a great selection of accommodation for various budgets to choose from. Whether you’re part of a group, solo or searching for a romantic break, there is something to suit everyone’s needs. Check out our top ten recommended places to stay which can be booked via Airbnb whether you’re going for big, small, modern or rustic! Solo Break Suited to independent travellers, the first option is a New-Private Floor in Georgian House hosted by Ben in Dublin. For €69 per night, the guest is provided with a soundproof floor to themselves including one […]

Everything You Need to Know About Airbnb in Ireland

By Alannah Kenny August 17, 2017 (No)
Thinking of planning a break away in Ireland this year? If so then one of the first priorities is finding affordable accommodation which can become an absolute nightmare. In this respect, Airbnb is a good place to start when you’re on a specific budget. Rather than taking a break yourself, you might even be considering hosting guests in a bid to increase your income. Airbnb makes it possible for people to make use of this as a platform for becoming a host too. So What Exactly is Airbnb? Airbnb is described as being both an online marketplace and a hospitality service that allows people to lease or rent short-term lodging […]

The Best Family Friendly Hotels in Ireland

By Annabel Hynes April 23, 2017 (No)
One of the most difficult aspects of travelling is the trial of wrangling the kids, whether the trip is intended as a family holiday getaway or not. Family holidays can often seem to be more trouble than they’re worth, which is why having a family friendly hotel that meets your needs is so important. Not only are the facilities a priority, however, but the amenities that lie outside the hotel, B&B or hostel are key to making it a real family friendly destination for your break. Here is a list of five family friendly hotels around Ireland that may be of particular interest to parents and families including younger children: 1. […]

The Crowne Plaza Hotel in Blanchardstown Review

By theSharpeUser September 17, 2016 (No)
Rating The Crowne Plaza Hotel in Blanchardstown is the ideal hotel destination for guests wishing to indulge in anything from a shopping spree to a romantic getaway. This four star hotel effortlessly caters for either business or pleasure with rooms starting from around €113 for two people per night. Our stay in the Crowne Plaza was to catch an early fight the following morning. In addition to this, we wanted to avoid the traffic in the city but also desired to do some shopping on the day of arrival. Staying here fulfilled all three criteria. The Hotel The hotel itself is quite visually pleasing and is teamed with friendly, helpful staff. The […]

Sligo Park Hotel Review

By Geoff Dorrity September 4, 2016 (No)
Rating Sligo Park Hotel The Sligo Park Hotel is right along the Wild Atlantic Way on the west coast of Ireland and is a perfect retreat for a romantic getaway, a short business stopover or even a family break. If travelling across the country from Dublin or coming from North or South you are sure to be drawn in by the beautiful scenic sights along the trip to the hotel which is located right on the outskirts of Sligo town. There is ample parking available outside of the hotel so no need to worry if you have traveled by car. Once you have reached your destination the next step is meeting the front desk staff who are more than happy […]

O’Sheas Merchant Hotel Review

By theSharpeUser July 11, 2016 (No)
Hotel reviews are 100% circumstantial. If you’re a businessman or an elderly couple away on a trip for work or just peace and quiet, you’ll want a completely professional environment with serenity and maybe a nice view. However, if you’re a 21 year old Journalism and New Media student coming from Clare to Dublin to go to a messy concert in Phoenix Park, you’re not all that bothered about the atmosphere around the place when you arrive back at half one in the morning covered in mud and smelling like a brewery. On this occasion, I was the latter. Along with two friends, I got a train to Dublin for […]

Kinlay Hostel Galway

By theSharpeUser June 20, 2016 (No)
Rating This Galway hostel is a perfect base from which to explore the West’s famous attractions such as the landscapes of Connemara, Cliffs of Moher, the Burren and the world famous Aran Islands. Kinlay Hostel is the ideal place to stay if you are looking for quality budget accommodation in Ireland. All daily bus tours and Aran Islands shuttle depart from right outside the hostel. Our Galway hostel is a perfect base to explore all of Galway city’s famous attractions which are located on our doorstep, see ‘Things to do in Ireland’ Tours can be arranged in house from the hostel to world famous locations such as Connemara, Aran Islands, […]

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10 of the Best Places to Airbnb in Ireland

By Alannah Kenny August 30, 2017 (No)
If you fancy planning a getaway in Ireland to distract from those end of summer blues, Airbnb has a great selection of accommodation for various budgets to choose from. Whether you’re part of a group, solo or searching for a romantic break, there is something to suit everyone’s needs. Check out our top ten recommended places to stay which can be booked via Airbnb whether you’re going for big, small, modern or rustic! Solo Break Suited to independent travellers, the first option is a New-Private Floor in Georgian House hosted by Ben in Dublin. For €69 per night, the guest is provided with a soundproof floor to themselves including one […]

Everything You Need to Know About Airbnb in Ireland

By Alannah Kenny August 17, 2017 (No)
Thinking of planning a break away in Ireland this year? If so then one of the first priorities is finding affordable accommodation which can become an absolute nightmare. In this respect, Airbnb is a good place to start when you’re on a specific budget. Rather than taking a break yourself, you might even be considering hosting guests in a bid to increase your income. Airbnb makes it possible for people to make use of this as a platform for becoming a host too. So What Exactly is Airbnb? Airbnb is described as being both an online marketplace and a hospitality service that allows people to lease or rent short-term lodging […]

The Best Family Friendly Hotels in Ireland

By Annabel Hynes April 23, 2017 (No)
One of the most difficult aspects of travelling is the trial of wrangling the kids, whether the trip is intended as a family holiday getaway or not. Family holidays can often seem to be more trouble than they’re worth, which is why having a family friendly hotel that meets your needs is so important. Not only are the facilities a priority, however, but the amenities that lie outside the hotel, B&B or hostel are key to making it a real family friendly destination for your break. Here is a list of five family friendly hotels around Ireland that may be of particular interest to parents and families including younger children: 1. […]

The Crowne Plaza Hotel in Blanchardstown Review

By theSharpeUser September 17, 2016 (No)
Rating The Crowne Plaza Hotel in Blanchardstown is the ideal hotel destination for guests wishing to indulge in anything from a shopping spree to a romantic getaway. This four star hotel effortlessly caters for either business or pleasure with rooms starting from around €113 for two people per night. Our stay in the Crowne Plaza was to catch an early fight the following morning. In addition to this, we wanted to avoid the traffic in the city but also desired to do some shopping on the day of arrival. Staying here fulfilled all three criteria. The Hotel The hotel itself is quite visually pleasing and is teamed with friendly, helpful staff. The […]

Sligo Park Hotel Review

By Geoff Dorrity September 4, 2016 (No)
Rating Sligo Park Hotel The Sligo Park Hotel is right along the Wild Atlantic Way on the west coast of Ireland and is a perfect retreat for a romantic getaway, a short business stopover or even a family break. If travelling across the country from Dublin or coming from North or South you are sure to be drawn in by the beautiful scenic sights along the trip to the hotel which is located right on the outskirts of Sligo town. There is ample parking available outside of the hotel so no need to worry if you have traveled by car. Once you have reached your destination the next step is meeting the front desk staff who are more than happy […]

O’Sheas Merchant Hotel Review

By theSharpeUser July 11, 2016 (No)
Hotel reviews are 100% circumstantial. If you’re a businessman or an elderly couple away on a trip for work or just peace and quiet, you’ll want a completely professional environment with serenity and maybe a nice view. However, if you’re a 21 year old Journalism and New Media student coming from Clare to Dublin to go to a messy concert in Phoenix Park, you’re not all that bothered about the atmosphere around the place when you arrive back at half one in the morning covered in mud and smelling like a brewery. On this occasion, I was the latter. Along with two friends, I got a train to Dublin for […]

Kinlay Hostel Galway

By theSharpeUser June 20, 2016 (No)
Rating This Galway hostel is a perfect base from which to explore the West’s famous attractions such as the landscapes of Connemara, Cliffs of Moher, the Burren and the world famous Aran Islands. Kinlay Hostel is the ideal place to stay if you are looking for quality budget accommodation in Ireland. All daily bus tours and Aran Islands shuttle depart from right outside the hostel. Our Galway hostel is a perfect base to explore all of Galway city’s famous attractions which are located on our doorstep, see ‘Things to do in Ireland’ Tours can be arranged in house from the hostel to world famous locations such as Connemara, Aran Islands, […]

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