Help! Looking for an Irish Cottage

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Help! I'm looking for a easy, helpful website to rent an Irish Cottage for only 2 people...If any body knows anything please email me [email protected]

Thanks--Kaitlin

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Hi, Westayed in fantastic cottages in Foulksmills Co Wexford. The cottages are on the site of a renovated old mill in the village. Ideal for getting away from it all. Site is http://www.millfarmcottage.com/. As for one of the cottages overlooking the river. These cottages have their own balcony oevr the river which run to the mill. You will not be disappointed. There are two village pubs, a shop and garage. Wexford town if only 20 minutes drive if you are looking to shop. If you need a car try www.carrentaldublin.ie. We used this site twice before. There are routes and maps etc.

Good luck!

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tushar

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I have never seen an Irish cottage because i have never been to Ireland.

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markdenaley

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Hi....

You can search Internet for the purpose according to your own need. This will give you better options for choosing the bet one for you...


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christine86

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Agree with the previous traveller's comment. Just search for Ireland cottages or with the city namein which you are willing to stay and  you'll have whole list of available cottages in the area. Also you can check people's reviews who has used them.


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dub1

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There is a free quality accommodation finding and booking service for all parts of Dublin called Almara Accommodations Dublin (est. 1991) they will search and reserve Hostels,B&Bs,Hotels,Apartments and Cottages at no charge.

For all reviews on the internet just search Almara.


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