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Ireland is one of the most visited places in the world. Tourists flock to the island for their vacation, holidays, or simply for fun and relaxation. What most visitors don t know is that the island is divided into two countries. Northern Ireland is where you can find the cities of Armagh, Belfast, Derry, Lisburn, and Newry – all divided into six small counties. Here you will find such attractions like:

Lough Neagh Giants Causeway
Lough Neagh the largest freshwater lake of the island Giant s Causeway a beautiful natural formation of large basalt columns
Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge Mussenden Temple
Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge a suspension bridge that links to the smaller Carrick Island Mussenden Temple a circular temple located high above the Atlantic Ocean

and the Glens of Antrim a collection of nine stunning valleys. The Republic of Ireland, found to the south and west, holds five-sixths of the entire island. It has a total of 26 counties and is home to better known cities like Dublin, Kilkenny, Waterford, Cork, and Galway. The capital city of Dublin has the most number of tourist attractions castles, museums, parks, churches, shopping districts and entertainment centers; but other cities are also worth a visit for historical places.

Booking an accommodation in Ireland can be troublesome. That s why we are here to help. We have divided our accommodation reviews by type and location. We only share the best deals at better prices. We have also incorporated an online booking service that covers all of them including car rental.

Ireland Bed & Breakfasts

Bed and Breakfast, or B&B, is a common kind of accommodation in the island. B&Bs include daily traditional Irish breakfasts in their rates. Host families in B&Bs usually stay with their guests and treat them as extended family with custom prepared rooms and home cooked meals overall an authentic Irish welcome. Compared to other holiday lets, staying at a B&B is relatively cheap and on budget. You can book B&Bs for both short stays like weekend breaks and holidays or you can book for a whole week stay.

Ireland Holiday Homes

Most Irish families offer their homes for rent to tourists who prefer self catering accommodation. This is what is called holiday homes – perfect for big families and big groups – the bigger your group and the longer you stay, the cheaper it gets. Homes are separated into a spacious living room, a fully-fitted kitchen, and en suite bedrooms. They come in all shapes and sizes like holiday villas, cottages, cabins, beach houses, farm houses, and apartments. A holiday home can be booked for a 3-day weekend, a city break, 7-night bookings, or midweek stays.

Ireland Hostel

There are more than a hundred established hostels in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. Hostels are the cheapest kind of accommodation available fit for the budget conscious frequent traveler and backpacker. They are dormitories that are open to the public – you share a common bathroom, a lounge area, dining room and even a kitchen. Most hostels also offer en suite private rooms for a slightly higher rate. It s ideal to book at a hostel for a short stay.

Ireland Hotel

Hotels are the most popular and abundant kind of accommodation in the world, and the island of Ireland has its fair share of that huge number. Hotels are the most convenient of all everything is provided for: book, stay, and pay. Irish hotels usually have their own pub and restaurant so it s a complete package. Hotels are perfect for short stays like on weekends or holidays.

Ireland Car Rental

Aside from booking your accommodation, you can also book your Budget car rental from our site – a service for tourists who prefer to drive and be in control of their own schedule. A rental car can be picked up from specific locations within the island and services cities like Dublin, Belfast, Cork, Galway, Waterford, and Kilkenny, among others. Most pick-up points are near the city airport. Cars vary from manual to automatic transmission. They also vary in size, power, and luxury. Rates are per day whether for a short trip or a long-term rental.