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Ireland Timeshare

With its rolling green hills, ancient sites and friendly locals, Ireland is a charming destination. You can explore it with the help of a charming Ireland timeshare.

For such a small country, Ireland is surprisingly packed with can't-miss sights and destinations. From pastureland to peat bogs and mountains to beaches, there's something beautiful to discover at every turn. In addition, visitors will be enchanted by restaurants, pubs and.... Read More

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shops, the like of which can't be found elsewhere.

Early Christian ruins are found in abundance from Glendalough in County Wicklow to The Rock of Cashel in County Tipperary. However, it's possible to go even farther back in time to see ancient ruins like the Hill of Tara in County Meath with its history that begins in the Stone Age. County Meath also is the home of passage tombs like Newgrange, Knowth and Loughcrew. Or, tourists may want to venture to the Neolithic farming community at Lough Gur in County Limerick or the ancient and massive stone fort at Dun Aengus.

Incredible Castles and History

Castles and impressive homes are other highlights. Visitors flock to Kilkenny Castle, Carrickfergus Castle and Dunluce Castle among many others to see imposing architecture and priceless antiques demonstrating how the wealthy class lived long ago.

History similarly is kept alive at institutions such as the National Museum of Ireland and the Irish National Famine Museum while gorgeous gardens are found at Powerscourt in County Wicklow and Ilnacullin in County Cork.

Other pursuits in Ireland include sailing, sea kayaking, horseback riding, bicycling, trekking and golfing. When it comes to pubs, visitors are spoiled for choice. There's the unforgettable Brazen Head in Dublin and County Cork's The Long Valley among hundreds of others.

Comfortable Holiday Accommodation

When it's time to sleep after a busy day of exploration, an Ireland timeshare awaits guests with cozy, simple surroundings. Many of these properties are small, boutique-style inns or a charming collection of cottages. What they may lack in amenities, they make up for in personality and comfort. Frequently, guests have parking, laundry facilities and friendly staff to see to their every need.

Cottages and hotel rooms are the standard in these timeshares. However, it is possible to find more modern and well-equipped accommodations in Ireland's larger cities. Regardless of which type of timeshare you choose, you'll enjoy luxurious bedding and mattresses as well as cooking facilities and a wealth of Old World charm.

When to Visit

Ireland may be at its best in the summer when the days are long and sunny but the crowds may be heavy. In contrast, winter is dark and frequently rainy. Crowds are sparse and prices are incredible bargains, but some smaller attractions and restaurants may be closed.

The spring and autumn shoulder seasons offer the best mix of weather and crowds. Although it may rain, the countryside is still lovely, and there is much to do in the cities.

A stay in an Ireland timeshare is an opportunity to indulge in a unique experience that your family will never forget.