West Coast Of Ireland Cottages


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The West Coast of Ireland is one of the most beautiful places in the Emerald Isle and instils in its visitors a strong desire to immerse themselves in the rich culture and tradition of the region. Hogans has a vast range of holiday cottages in the West Coast of Ireland, providing you with an authentic Irish holiday cottage experience. Escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and soak up the dramatic coastline, craggy cliffs and breath-taking scenery that the West Coast has to offer. Rich in heritage, this stunning region is the perfect place to book a self-catering accommodation in Ireland. Whether you're planning a holiday in Galway, Limerick, Clare or beyond, Hogans will have the perfect holiday property for you.

Experience the true Ireland on a cottage holiday on the West Coast

Ireland's West Coast is inherently authentic and steeped in tradition so if you're looking for a real Irish holiday experience then this is the destination for you. Galway is commonly known as the Cultural Heart of Ireland and for good reason. Its cobbled streets and bohemian atmosphere almost make you feel as though you're stepping back in time and the city boasts some of the best traditional Irish music around.

County Clare also has a strong history of traditional music and is famous for its ancient landscapes including the spectacular Cliffs of Moher and the Burren, one of the largest karst landscapes in Europe, made up of limestone which is around 340 million years old.

Whether you're looking for a family holiday, action adventure or a romantic retreat, the West Coast of Ireland is the perfect choice for a cottage break at any time of year. The naturally beautiful scenery and the rich culture of the area will delight visitors of all ages and with the addition of a great value Irish holiday cottage, you are sure to have a trip that you will never forget.

Please find below self catering holiday cottages along the West Coast Of Ireland.