The summer may be over but there’s still so much to see and do in Ireland this autumn before the cold winter sets in and we all go into hibernation for those couple of months. Ireland is blessed with miles of wonderful coastline, fabulous nature walks and cycle tracks and they’re all waiting to be explored. So here at Irelandhotels.com, we’ve put together some great hotel options for adventure breaks in Ireland.
Situated in the heart of beautiful Connemara, this four star hotel is ideal for an adventure break in the west of Ireland. Not only does the hotel have its own private beach and 9 hole golf course, it’s also located on 200 acres of lovely grounds. The hotel boasts a number of leisure facilities for guests to enjoy from snooker to tennis to fly-fishing, there really is something for everyone at this Galway hotel.
The family run Downhill Inn in Co. Mayo is the perfect base for exploring the western section of the Wild Atlantic Way and the beautiful scenery in Co. Mayo. If walking is your thing, then you’ll be spoilt for choice in Mayo as the Foxford Loop Walks, Ballina Historic Town Walk and many others are close by and they’re all waiting to be explored!
The seaside town of Bundoran in Co. Donegal is one of the most popular surfing destinations in Ireland and the perfect destination for an adventure break this autumn. The Great Northern Hotel is the perfect place to stay. The hotel is set on over one hundred acres of parkland and along with the surrounding coast line; it’s perfect for fishing, hiking and so much more.
The Charleville Park Hotel & Leisure Club is a great choice for an adventure break in Munster. It’s got a wonderful location and is close to a number of activity hot spots such as Fota Wild Life Park and other fishing spots and parks to keep you active on throughout your stay. You’ll also be free to avail of any of the leisure facilities the hotel offers from the swimming pool to the Jacuzzi.
The Co. Clare town of Lahinch is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Ireland and is a real go-to spot for activities in the south west of Ireland. Lahinch is close to the sea so there’s a wealth of water sports to try out and the town also boasts a championship golf course. The Shamrock Hotel on the main street of Lahinch is an ideal place to stay for comfort, peace and tranquillity!
There are so many wonderful destinations to choose from for an activity break in Ireland. If none of the above jump out you, then why not kick back and browse through the 600+ others available on Irelandhotels.com