A cottage in Sligo that dates back to the 1870s has featured on RTÉ’s ‘home of the year’ and reached the final – its not difficult to see why. The owners have worked wonders on the home.
Sometimes it can be incredible what you can achieve with a bit of imagination and lots of hard work. An Irishman living in Canada brought his dream to life when he converted his garage into his own Irish pub.
Holiday makers who use Airbnb know there are plenty of weird and wonderful, budget or luxurious places to stay on the service. But how about instead of staying in just a room or building you could go and stay on an entire secluded island instead?
Many people dream of one day owning an Irish island to live out their retirement in peace and solitude and be at one with nature. It is a dream that can become a reality for some, as there are several Irish islands up for sale with prices ranging from thousands to millions of Euros.
Buying an Irish Ireland could be a lot cheaper than might you think. They were put up for sale in 2018 for prices equivalent to a small house and a more luxurious property. Admittedly, there was quite a lot of work to do for any potential owners who wanted to live there!
An Irish duo’s bar in New York is dedicated to the famous Irish writer Oscar Wilde. Frank McCole and Tommy Burke’s bar – called ‘Oscar Wilde’ – is in the NoMad neighbourhood and cost around $4 million to create.
A room in an Irish castle has become the highest rated accommodation in AirBnB history. The master bedroom at Cahercastle in Co Galway is currently priced at €160 per night.
A house that was built during the Great Hunger in a bid to bring famine relief to starving workers was put up for sale in 2019. The property, in Co Cork, is called ‘Red Lodge’ and was built around 1845. It was initially home to the Quarry Master in charge of building the causeways to… Continue reading Take a look inside renovated Quarry Master’s house from Famine era
A holiday company is offering people the chance to come to Ireland and live like a hobbit for a few days. The ‘Hobbit Hillpod’ earth houses are located at the north of the country in beautiful Co Donegal and give a new a new twist to Irish tourism.
Ireland’s most haunted house, Loftus Hall, is up for sale at €2.5m – about $2.8m…and the price includes the ghosts and legends.