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Top Destinations to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Ireland

March 19, 2016 OTA News No Comments Email Email

The Pub Dweller

Whether it involves drinking Irish whiskey or pints of Guinness, long nights at the pub have become synonymous to St. Paddy’s Day celebrations. But what if we told you, you never had to leave past last orders ring? This Irish listing is the world’s first self-catering pub accommodation and guarantees to get the celebrations started.

Self-Catering Pub | $213AUD/night



The City Goer

For those looking to celebrate St. Paddy’s Day amongst the buzz and excitement of the city, these two listings will ensure that you come home to stylish, contemporary living. Only a short walk to two of Ireland’s most vibrant cities Cork and Dublin, these listings are so close to the city centre and transport lines, your late night stumble home will be kept short and sweet – even if your night was not!


Cork City Home  | $258AUD/night

Designer Dublin House | $251AUD/night

The Luxury Seeker

Those looking to bunker down with friends for St Patrick’s Day in stylish and sophisticated surroundings should look no further, for these listings will have you feeling right at home. With open-living structures, all the mod cons and plenty of entertaining spots, St. Paddy’s day celebrations never looked so sumptuous!

Luxury home in Killiney | $440AUD/night


Salone House | $225AUD/night

The Royals

Irish Royalty might now be a thing of bedtime stories but you can live like a modern King or Queen in these two majestic Irish listings! Both boasting 7 grand bedrooms to house your 14 guests, these extravagant country castles will have you living like royalty for a trip abroad that you will never forget.

Winston Castle| $1519AUD/night

Lisnavagh House | $1823AUD/night

The Adventurer

Celebrate St Paddy’s Day by getting back to nature and exploring the lush and vast plains of the Green Isle with these unique listings. Enjoy vintage interiors and unspoilt views in a vintage Gypsy Wagon, or take in the fresh air of the mountains with cosy nights in the Mountain Log Cabin. Untitled

Gypsy Wagon Vintage Glamping | $79AUD/night

Log Cabin in the Mountains | $638AUD/night

The Post-Modernist

Just as Post-Modern philosophy is largely sceptical of traditional beliefs, these unique Airbnb listings have transformed from their original state, to offer an unparalleled accommodation experience. The curious rule-breaker can celebrate St. Paddy’s Day in Bookeen Hall, a former Church of Ireland Chapel built in 1820; while the modern-ruler can enjoy the exquisitely restored 1804 coastal defense Tower.

Restored 200 Year Old Church | $152AUD/night

Martello Tower, Dalkey | $684AUD/night

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If your idea of a national holiday involves sandy shores and morning swims, then explore Ireland’s naturally rugged coastline with these two beachside listings. Each located just metres away from some of Ireland’s hidden beaches, the Dolphin Beach Lodge and Wicklow Beach house make for the perfect day-after St. Paddy’s Day remedy!

Dolphin Beach Lodge | $380AUD/night

Secluded Seaside Serenity, Wicklow | $213AUD/night

The Serenity-Seeker

Lastly for those who may be looking for peace, quiet and serenity after a long day of celebrations, these secluded listings will allow you to reflect on the night that was, with true comfort and breathtaking views.

Boat House on Lough Derg | $107AUD/night Untitled

Home with Mount Brandon View | $290AUD/night

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