Kind of depends on where you are going to be in Ireland. Cashel has a great little hostel, Dublin is filled with ecclectic inns and Galway has some fantastic B&Bs.
I really haven’t decided on an itinerary yet. At this point I’m thinking I’ll rent a car and after a few stops in Dublin, I’ll head out of town and pick a few places to spend time and putter around. So far I’m just putting out feelers to everyone I know for recs and then I’ll somehow narrow it down to what I’ll be able to experience during this trip to give me a good taste but not have me running all over the place.
Definitely enjoy Dublin for a day or two. This site will point you in the right pub direction: http://www.hidden-dublin.com/
Depending on what you are looking for, I would suggest either a drive down to Kinsale via Cashel (great food in Kinsale, Cashel is just oddly quaint) or drive across to Galway (or perhaps Cork w/o kissing the Blarney) for more drink/social (with a possible excursion south to Doolin for trad music if you are into it).
Either way, I am jealous. Have a blast and grab a Murphy’s for me.
Hi there..The best place to o is Flowerhill house , Its run by Olivet Walsh , they have in my mind th best facilities in the county and won,t charge yo an arm and a leg,,They have it all from ponies to advanced dorses, I am a professional jockey and I find this place exciting, you can also stay there, WWW.flowerhillhouse.ie is our best bet, try and talk to Oliver and it should work out well..I hope this helps you..Tom Foley
Just Google “Ireland riding centres” and see what happens. I stayed somewhere not too far from the airport, and they offered horse-riding, but they needed to know you wanted to ride in advance. Since I was only spending the night, I didn’t ride, and I wish I could remember the name of the place… but I’m sure there are plenty of places to choose from.
Have a great trip!
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