The Christmas countdown in Ireland will be underway in a few weeks. So this year, if you want to avoid that last minute rush, pushing your way around the crowded shops for those special Christmas gifts, we’ve got the perfect solution…
From the comfort of your own home and just with the click of a button, take the easy option and book your loved one a weekend away as a Christmas gift. You have a choice of 561 hotels all over Ireland each one with something different to offer.
Many of our hotels in Ireland offer fantastic packages at Christmas time. The variety is huge with lots of hotels now having leisure, spa and golfing facilities. Breaks can vary from weekend to midweek, inclusive of dinner or not, spa treatments, the list is endless. Basically hotel packages are flexible and to suit whatever your budget allows. Breaks can be taken at any time of the year too.
The lady in your life will love a luxurious pampering spa break in bleak January. Spa breaks are very popular in Ireland and are the perfect way to unwind after a hectic Christmas and chase away the winter blues. Due to huge demand, more and more hotels in Ireland are now offering spa and leisure facilities and breaks can be tailored to suit whatever budget.
What about a golfing break for the man in your life? Ireland is a top quality golfing destination and we’ve hotels all over Ireland located near a golf course and some even with their own adjoining golf course so you won’t even have to leave the hotel grounds!
For something unforgettable why not surprise your loved one with a break away in one of Ireland’s castles. We’ve got lots of exclusive castle hotels throughout Ireland, so if you want to give a present that will have memories to last a life time, then reserve a weekend in a castle.
So sit back, relax and enjoy the lead up to Christmas. Let us help solve your Christmas shopping dilemmas and let your friends and family think you’ve done all the hard work!
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