5 Romantic Airbnb Listings In Ireland For The Perfect Dirty Weekend

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Most couples have their go-to hotel or guesthouse for when they need a romantic getaway, but the emergence of Airbnb in recent years means there's now way more options out there.

We thought we'd help you by picking out these 5 super quirky, private and cosy places for you and your partner.

Enjoy...

1. Pops Dream Clare

This fishing cabin is like something from a dream. It's on the shores of Lough Derg and it comes in at less than €75 a night. Perfect for long nights sitting on the balcony with the BBQ, a bottle of wine and bae.

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2. Seahorse Seaside Beach Cottage

Located just a stones throw from Dublin in the lovely seaside town of Rush, this is the perfect place to come for long walks on the beach. Comes in at about €80 a night.

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3. Cosy Cabin - Glenveagh View

Up in the hills of Donegal this is the perfect spot to get away from it all and relax with a loved one. The views are stunning and it only costs about €50 a night.

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4. Self Contained Pod

This pod is in the heart of Clare near all the main attractions and perfect for walking. It's so small that you'll have plenty of time for snuggling. Less than €50 a night as well.

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5. Cuckoo Wood Hexagon

Located in Westport this is a beautiful little tree house that you can rent for as little as €80 a night. 

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Niall Harbison

Niall founded Lovin' Dublin with a few fairly simple aims: discover new places to eat in Dublin and share simple recipes cooked up in his kitchen.

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