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Much like the country itself, your ALL holiday resort in Ireland has it all: premium accommodations, indulgent restaurants, blissful spas and no end of exciting things to do.


About Ireland

Ireland, a captivating island nation in Europe, is renowned for its stunning landscapes, ancient heritage, and vibrant culture. From the majestic Cliffs of Moher to the lively streets of Dublin, Ireland offers a wealth of experiences, including traditional music sessions, historic castles, and scenic drives along the Wild Atlantic Way. With its friendly locals, rich folklore, and iconic landmarks like the Giant's Causeway, Ireland is a destination that captivates the hearts of travelers.

Frequently asked questions

Getting to Ireland is easily done through various transportation options. The most common way is by flying to one of Ireland's international airports, such as Dublin Airport or Shannon Airport, which offer numerous flights from major cities worldwide. Alternatively, you can also reach Ireland by ferry, with regular services connecting Ireland to the UK and France, or by train or bus if you are already in mainland Europe or the UK.

Ireland offers a multitude of must-see attractions that showcase its natural beauty, rich history, and cultural heritage. Start with the dramatic Cliffs of Moher, towering over the Atlantic Ocean. Explore the vibrant city of Dublin, where you can visit iconic landmarks like Trinity College and the Guinness Storehouse. Lastly, venture to the mystical landscapes of the Giant's Causeway, a UNESCO World Heritage site, known for its unique hexagonal rock formations.

When in Ireland, be sure to try traditional dishes like Irish stew (a hearty combination of lamb, potatoes, and vegetables), fish and chips, and boxty (a potato pancake). Don't miss the opportunity to savor a pint of Guinness, Ireland's famous dark stout, at a local pub, along with other Irish beers like Smithwick's or Kilkenny. Lastly, indulge in Irish soda bread, a deliciously dense bread made with buttermilk, and sample some creamy Irish cheeses like Dubliner or Cashel Blue.

Enjoy a restful nights' stay in a bedroom, superior balcony bedroom or superior family bedroom in the Garden wing or choose to sleep in The House, an 18th century Palladian style mansion, where we have a number of bedrooms and suites to suit your needs.Carton House is luxury resort escapism at its best. Set on 1,100 private acres of sweeping Kildare parkland, just 25 minutes from Dublin International Airport, it is one of Irelands most exquisite national treasures dating back to 1739. The resort is home to 2 championship golf courses, award winning spa and wellness facilities, 4 distinctive dining options and most impressive conference and banqueting facilities catering for up to 500 delegates. A wealth of resort activities await; golf, cycling and walking trails, tennis, archery, falconry and fishing. 

The best time to visit Ireland is during the summer months of June to August when the weather is generally mild and the days are longer. This is when you can enjoy outdoor activities, explore the stunning countryside, and visit iconic landmarks without the harsh winter conditions. However, if you prefer fewer crowds and lower prices, consider visiting in the shoulder seasons of spring (April to May) or autumn (September to October) when the landscapes are lush, and there's still a good chance of pleasant weather.

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