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This detached cottage can be found in a secluded spot in Kilcoo, County Down in Northern Ireland. (Ref. 1011860)
- Off-road parking
- Ground floor bedroom
- Washing machine
7 nights from €527
Being so close to the Atlantic Ocean, Ireland is a rich fishing hotspot. Grab your rod, prepare your bait and discover one of the best fishing holidays in Ireland.
Why Choose a Fishing Holiday in Ireland?
Whether you fancy shore or kayak fishing, inshore or deep-sea angling, Ireland is excellent for a short or long fishing break. Located near the coast, lakes and rivers, self-catering cottages make a perfect base for a fishing holiday in Ireland.
From Kerry to Wexford, there are fishing hotspots up and down the coast. Try reeling in trout, salmon, pike, dogfish and even shark before you return to your cosy Irish fishing lodge to cook up a culinary treat!
Where to Find a Holiday Cottage with Fishing
With so many great locations, you can find fishing holidays in Ireland all over. Why not try a relaxing weekend seeking trout at Killarney in County Kerry. Or try reeling in mackerel along the beach at Rosses Point in County Sligo.
Whether you are a seasoned pro or an enthusiastic fisher, Ireland is an ideal choice for your fishing holiday. Staying in a holiday cottage near fishing spots is a relaxing way to unwind after a long day of reeling in.
Types of Fishing Weekend Breaks
The rich waters of Ireland offer an unforgettable fishing experience to many enthusiasts. You can find a variety of unique cottages to make your fishing weekend an unforgettable one.
Whether you are looking for a holiday home by the beach or a pet-friendly cottage, Hogans has something for you. Alternatively, if you’re travelling with the family, why not stay in one of these family-friendly cottages.
Whatever you are looking for, Hogans has something to suit you. Pack your rod, tackle and reel and book your dream fishing holiday lodge with Hogans today. Speak to one of our travel guides or book your fishing cottage online now.