10 Irish Stays Priced Under €100 For Your Spring Getaway - The Gloss Magazine

10 Irish Stays Priced Under €100 For Your Spring Getaway

Staying in Ireland for your spring getaway? Airbnb reveals the best wish-listed homes and private rooms priced under €100 per night. Get booking!

Main Image; Red Bridge Cottage

1. Stable Cottage, New Ross, County Wexford

The “Stable Cottage” sleeps four guests. This adorable converted stone barn sits near the host’s historic farmhouse. The cottage retains many of its original features, such as its natural slated roof, beams, pine boarded floors and its exposed original stone walls to name a few. It has been converted sympathetically, using original and some locally sourced, recycled materials. It is a very peaceful staycation location on a small working tillage farm. However, there might be a surprise visit from the host family’s well behaved dog named Gucie! www.stablecottageatairbnb.com

2. Clonlee Farmhouse, Loughrea, County Galway

The Clonlee Farmhouse sleeps six, with three bedrooms, and is located in the heart of the Galway countryside. The farmhouse is surrounded by breathtaking, panoramic views of gorgeous green paddocks. It is the perfect relaxing and peaceful getaway to the Irish countryside, away from the hustle and bustle of the city, you can really rest your bones at this location. There are plenty of activities to excite in the surrounding areas, such as yoga, horseback riding or chocolate tasting at the chocolate factory Ivy House Chocolates. Or why not take a tour of Kylemore Farmhouse Cheese? www.cloneefarmhouseairbnb.com

3. The Red Bridge Cottage, County Donegal 

This charming cottage sleeps five guests with two bedrooms and a spacious kitchen and living room. It is situated in the beautiful hills of Donegal. Originally a shed, this newly renovated house has a few little quirks that gives it an old Irish cottage feel, like the grand fire place, old clock, dresser, cast iron bath and marble wash stand to name a few. The cottage has a back garden with a cosy fire pit surrounded by hills and fields, perfect for that extra stretch in the evening. There are scenic walks to be taken around the plot, including around the beautiful Lough Anna. It is ideal for both family staycations or romantic getaways. www.redbridgecottageairbnb.com

4. Ox Mountain Treehouse, Tobercurry, County Sligo 

This exciting sky high spot for slumber sleeps five. The treehouse is the ultimate experience of outdoor adventure. Situated within the highly acclaimed ‘Ox Mountain Glamping’ site in beautiful County Sligo, the glamping site provides great escapism for its guests, where you can forget about your phone and detox in nature. The treehouse is uniquely designed to tie in with its natural surroundings. Access to the treehouse is granted by an elevated boardwalk, allowing access for everyone and making it wheelchair accessible. Whether it is a family adventure or a romantic getaway this is a real retreat. Let’s not forget the Spring Water Spa which residents of the glamping site can avail of; you can book a private time-out session in a hot tub jacuzzi, filled with warm soft spring water from the surrounding mountains. www.oxmountainairbnb.com

5. Cosy Bedroom Garden Room, Roscommon

If you are looking for a romantic trip for two, or even a solo getaway, this cosy garden bedroom is just what you’re looking for. This freshly refurbished garden room, built to be used as a peaceful oasis overlooking a mature garden, sleeps two guests. You can relax and enjoy a morning coffee on the patio or hang out on the hammock among the trees. The space is uniquely designed to create a modern yet cosy feel. The garden room is located nearby to Roscommon town centre, and the Cloonlarge Loop, a beautiful walking area through the bog. www.gardenroomairbnb.com

6. Central Location Private Room, Dublin 

This modern, private room has recently been renovated, with a funky interior making it a cool hub to hang out in the centre of the city. That price, for this location? Unheard of. It is situated near O’Connell street and is easy for accessing many tourist spots; The Guinness Storehouse, Phoenix Park, St Patrick’s Cathedral, Kilmainham Gaol and the Telling Whiskey Distillery to name a few. Whether you have decided to be a tourist in your own Dublin city or are coming to the capital for the long weekend, this spot (that sleeps two) is perfect for being near the hustle, bustle and fun of Dublin city centre. www.airbnb.com

7. Cosy Secluded Cabin, Rathdrum, Wicklow

With this cabin you can be guaranteed ultimate escapism. It is glamping in nature – but with a roof over your head! Through the beautiful antique windows of this tranquil little wooden building, you are granted a view of Wicklow’s rolling hills and open skies. It is a warm, dry, insulated wooden cabin with a comfortable double bed that sleeps two. There is a covered veranda with a basic camp kitchenette for heating food and a water closet at the bottom of the garden (umbrella and torch provided), this may sound rough and ready, but it is glamping after all! It is advised to have a car with you so you can take advantage of the beautiful walks close by in Avondale, hiking in the Wicklow mountains, or river and sea kayaking. It is the perfect cabin stay for those looking to become one with nature. www.cosycabinairbnb.com

8. Guest House, Lake View Double Room, Killarney, Kerry 

This beautifully scenic room in Killarney perfectly sleeps three, with one bedroom and two beds. The views in this room are second to none with amazing scenes of Killarney lakes and mountains and breakfast is included, how lovely! The host’s house is a converted barn which is over 150 years old. Guests are welcome to walk the farm land around the plot and take in the surrounding views. With so much to do in the beautiful county of Kerry, like touring the wild Atlantic way or taking a trip to Dingle or visiting the Ring of Kerry, a comfortable room is what you need. Make sure to get recommendations from your hosts. www.airbnb.com

9. Castle Hackett Friar’s Room, Tuam, County Galway 

The Friar room in the Castle Hackett House sleeps two with one bed and one private bathroom. The house itself is steeped in Irish History. Built in 1703 by John Kirwan Mayor of Galway, the house is surrounded by nature and is very quiet and peaceful. The Friar room looks out and towards Knockma Hill. It recalls the name of a famous horse owned by the Kirwan Family. The horse was the talk of the racing community in Galway and in a magnificent effort he won a particularly historic race. This saved John and Mary Kirwan the horses owner’s family from ruin and launched the Kirwan name to rest fairly in Galway history. The ensuite room with its sleigh bed and furnishings invites you to relax within the hidden history of rural Ireland. CastleHackett House offer yoga classes or group hikes in Connemara or strolls in Knockma woods and much more.www.castlehackettairbnb.com

10. Hobbit Hut, Castlebar, Mayo

This adorable near-underground hobbit hut sleeps up to four guests and has one bedroom with two beds. It is located in the rolling hills of the Mayo countryside completely secluded from the business of everyday life. The actual hut is spacious and cosy with green grass roofs, round windows and doors. The site really does transport you. The plot is home to a relaxing wood fired sauna and hot tub, and an outdoor kitchen area where you can roast some marshmallows or fire up a BBQ. This is a fun, interactive spot for families or can be a relaxing retreat for two. www.hobbithutairbnb.com

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