Self Catering Holiday Homes in Ireland

When people think of holidays in Ireland, many think of celtic monuments, traditional pubs, green open spaces and they certainly won’t be disappointed, however there is so much more to this beautiful island.

In recent years Ireland’s cities have flourished and offer a wide variety of attractions and amusements from excellent restaurants, bars, theatres, music venues, museums, galleries and some fantastic fashion boutiques.

Our self-catering holiday homes in places such as Galway, Cork, Limerick and of course Ireland’s capital, Dublin are becoming firm favourites with visitors both from abroad and from Ireland itself.

Trident Holdiay Homes has over 1000 self-catering holiday homes & holiday cottages available to rent throughout Ireland. Need travel tips, we're happy to help: +353 1 201 8440

Explore our self-catering holiday homes and holdiay cottages in Ireland

Ireland's Coastline & Wild Atlantic Way

Ireland’s rich and varied coastline is one of its greatest assets. Visitors will be delighted by the wonderful wildlife which ranges from rare sea birds to seals and numerous species of whale.

Plan a road trip along Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way, a 2,500km coastal trail on the west coast of Ireland. This coastal drive passes through nine counties and three provinces, Ulster, Connacht and Munster.

At Trident Holiday Homes we can take you on this exciting coastal experience with our great value self-catering holiday homes conveniently dotted along the Wild Atlantic Way – feel at home as you travel!

In the south of Ireland our self-catering holiday homes provide convenient bases from which to explore this unique environment. Warmed by the passing Gulf Stream, the area has a particularly high concentration of interesting sea life and visitors will find a good choice of boat tours and excursions guiding them to areas of interest including the Skellig Rocks and the Blasket Islands off the coast of Co. Kerry.

Surfing is a fast growing sport, especially along the west coast of Ireland. Our self catering accommodation in Clare, Sligo and Donegal are in some of the most popular surfing spots along Ireland’s coast and ideal for surfing groups. 

Family Friendly Holidays in Ireland

Self-catering in Ireland is a great holiday option for families with many of our holiday homes having excellent on site facilities for children of all ages. Our seaside holiday homes in locations such as Courtown,  the attractive fishing village of Dunmore East on the east coast, Ballybunion in the south and Kilkee in the west offer many on site and local activities for the whole family. Many of our locations have tennis courts onsite, easily accessible to sandy beaches, local water parks, horse riding, fishing and golf.

Ireland's National Parks

Ireland’s stunning countryside varies greatly from one side of the country to the other with rugged, dramatic peaks and cliffs in the north and west, to forested hills, lakes and rivers in the south and east.
Natural attractions such as the Wicklow Mountains National Park, The Burren in County Clare and Ballycroy National Park in County Mayo are extremely popular with cyclists, hikers and nature lovers. There are extensive marked hiking trails and cycle tracks in the more popular destinations such as Killarney National Park in County Kerry and Connemara National Park in County Galway.

Ireland's Ancient East

A self catering holiday in Ireland can be an excellent way for you to leisurely explore the country’s extensive variety of heritage attractions. Uncover 5000 years of history in Ireland's Ancient East across 17 counties.

Ireland’s Ancient East features three unique areas,

  1. Land of 5,000 Dawns, you'll find the whimsical woodland trails of Belvedere House and the exceptional passage tomb of Newgrange, built way back in 3200 BC.
  2. Historic Heartlands is much more than cosy National Heritage Towns and sleepy mirrored lakes. This is where saints converted kings at the Rock of Cashel, Kilkenny Castle changed hands for a song and Iron Age victims were surrendered to Lough Boora Bog.
  3. Celtic Coast, where Vikings looted holy treasures from the monastic city of Glendalough and the light of Europe's oldest lighthouse sweeps across Ireland's story-strewn maritime history.

Our self catering holiday homes in Ireland are situated in many of the country’s finest holiday destinations. Whether you are searching for a rural getaway to enjoy the peace and quiet of Ireland’s picturesque countryside, a base from which to tour Ireland’s many visitor attractions or a spacious home from home by the seaside where you can enjoy a traditional family holiday, we are sure to have a holiday home that will suit your requirements.