You Won't Believe These 10 Places You Can Rent In Ireland

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Although there are some great hotels all across Ireland there is always another way to experience our gorgeous Emerald Isle and that is with Airbnb. Renting other people's homes is the best way to get acquainted with the local scenery and culture. With that in mind, we've selected 10 of the very best to inspire you. They might seem pricey at first but with most sleeping a couple of families this is in fact a cheaper way to travel. Check them out:

10. Mountain Log Cabin Westport- $462 Per Night

Escape the hectic connected world to this West Coast bolt hole in the mountains outside Westport. Good value for a small family or even better a romantic getaway for a couple.

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9. 19th Century Estate House Clifden Galway- $786 Per Night

They had us at the swimming pool to be honest but with a huge amount of room inside and amazing dining rooms this is the perfect place to stay in and discover the West coast for a long weekend and host a couple of epic dinner parties.

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8. Edwardian Red-Brick Rathmines- $462 Per Night

This lovely family home has four well lit bedrooms and would be perfectly for a large family traveling to Dublin for holidays or the weekend. Short walk into town and great set up for the kids.

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7. Lisnavagh Country House Carlow- $1156 Per Night

The price might look a little steep but that is before you see that this gorgeous house has 7 bedrooms. Perfect escape just over an hour from Dublin and you'll feel all regal here.

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6. Dublin Pad For 8- $462 Per Night

This slick pad sleeps up to 8 people. Just 15 minutes from the city centre this listing is perfect for a group of friends who want to cook up a big meal before heading out on the tiles. It will save you a fortune compared to booking a hotel.

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5. Glamorous Country House- $1052 Per Night

Just an hour from Dublin and will feel like you are staying in some sort of murder mystery weekend with it's unique style. Play snooker and bring a load of friends because there are 9 beds to fill.

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4. Martello Tower Dalkey- $520 Per Night

This one is on the pricier end of things as it only sleeps 2 people but it is one of the most iconic buildings in Ireland, has a view over the sea and is in the heart of one of Dublin's most amazing villages and pretty much next door to Bono.

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3. Kildare Palladian Mansion- $1644 Per Night

Want to pretend you are a millionaire for a night? Then book this place and round up 25 of your closest pals. Perfect for small weddings and anniversary parties.

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2. Headfort House Sleeps 70- $1387 Per Night

This is a huge house that is perfectly set up for you to run some sort of camp, want to host a company team building session, a party or just behave like the lord or lady of the manor! Incredible value if you manage to somehow fill the 70 beds and loads of gardens too!

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1. Historic Seaside Property- $900

Way down in Castletown Bearhaven in Cork this is the ultimate escape. You have your own private beach, a sea view and tons of privacy. Ideal for a couple of families and a bunch of kids for a dream summer holiday.

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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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