Where to stay in Ireland: a guide to the best hotels by region

Please note that our author has visited Ireland before the coronavirus pandemic

From the dramatic mountains and the green landscapes of Kerry to the superlative food scene and galleries, Cork, Ireland, is the vibrant culture, landscapes and character accommodation. Here is our expert, a guide to Ireland’s most alluring sights of Dublin, Kildare, Waterford, Kilkenny, Cork, Kerry, Limerick, Clare, Galway, Mayo, Sligo, and Donegal, and the best hotels to stay when you are there.

Dublin

Dublin combines the cultural and entertainment resources of a capital city with a wonderful compact scale excellent effect. Museums, galleries, theatres, parks, and shops are clustered within a few minutes walk of each other: try the new and absorbing Museum of the Literature of Ireland, of the hidden beauty of theadjoining Iveagh Gardens – and, for a glimpse into the world of Irish whiskey, the pleasure Teeling Distillery. Take the time to explore the beautiful Dublin coastline which offers spectacular cliff top walks and good food.

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