These Are The Five Most Wishlisted Irish Homes on Airbnb Right Now - The Gloss Magazine

These Are The Five Most Wishlisted Irish Homes on Airbnb Right Now

From luxurious camping to a bucolic boathouse, these are the best Airbnbs in Ireland according to Irish users …

It’s safe to say we’re far better versed in the art of the staycation than we were pre-Covid-19. We’ve spent the better part of two years seeking out chic cabins or country piles to escape to; boltholes where, world-weary, we can pull the (heavy tog) duvet over our heads, light the fire, jump into the sea, and make a slew of new memories. Not only has it rejuvenated us, it’s rekindled our love of country. At one point the Irish holiday had become so reframed, it was as invigorating a proposition as a jaunt to Amalfi or a meander down the backstreets of the Marais. (That’s not to say, now, we’re not super excited about those prospects, either.)

But we’ve been busy – scrolling, eagerly anticipating the dopamine hit of the next ‘dreamy Airbnb’ for a staycation. With that, Airbnb has released the most wishlisted locations in the country for 2021, as voted by Irish users. Scroll to reveal the top five. 

1. A luxury dome in Co Wicklow

Fusing the great outdoors with modern comforts, this newly built dome – nestled adjacent to the Wicklow Way – boasts Foxford linens, a double bed, luxury robes and an outdoor deck. Book it here.

2. A renovated cowshed in Co Tipperary

Spend the night in a renovated barn that’s been upgraded with a modern interior, a spacious raised deck and – the most ‘holiday’ of all Airbnb facilities – a hot tub. Book it here

3. A boathouse in Co Clare

If sweeping views of Lough Derg are your thing, you’ll love it here. The boathouse is self-contained with a kitchen, a mezzanine bedroom and a private veranda with a BBQ. Book it here.

4. A treehouse in Co Wicklow

Go off-grid in this hilltop treehouse in Baltinglass, Co Wicklow – where your accommodation is solar-powered, your bed is nestled 12 feet above ground and your view is punctuated by woodlands and the local deer. Book it here.

5. A ‘birdbox’ in Co Donegal

This treehouse sits in a mature oak tree on the cusp of Glenveagh National Park, a short distance from the Wild Atlantic Way. Plus, we love its kitsch interior that’s heavy on the good kind of clutter (see above and main image). Book it here.


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