Family-friendly Ireland: five places perfect for kids

Family-friendly Ireland: five places perfect for kids

If you’re moving to the Emerald Isle with children – or you’ll have grandchildren, nieces, nephews and so on visiting you – these family-friendly places in Ireland are the best locations to buy your home. From the Dublin suburb that ticks all the boxes, to the perfect village to experience rural life, we’ve scoured the country for the top spots.
Dublin: big-city living on a human scale

Dublin: big-city living on a human scale

If you thrive on city living but are done with long commutes and crowds, Dublin could be the perfect city for you. The Irish capital is one of Europe’s smallest…and one of its friendliest. You can walk anywhere in the centre in half an hour, WIFI is free on all the buses, and you are in easy reach of the seaside and the mountains.
10 best locations for your summer holiday home in Ireland

10 best locations for your summer holiday home in Ireland

Summer is almost on us! Are you one of the organised folk who has already planned the perfect getaway? Imagine having a place of your own in Ireland, that you can easily pop to, and which allows you to avoid the rigmarole of trailing the internet searching for affordable accommodation. If you regularly holiday over in Ireland, it’s possible to save yourself money overall by buying a property to enjoy your holidays in.
Find the ‘sunny southeast’ in Dunmore East

Find the ‘sunny southeast’ in Dunmore East

It’s not often that an April Fool’s joke really gains much traction. However, this year a cheeky The Munster Express journalist fooled the good folk of Dunmore East that Theresa May would soon be in their midst…! Although just a caper, it got us thinking about what this lovely village has to offer those looking to move to Ireland.
Buying in Ireland, Part Three: Where To Buy

Buying in Ireland, Part Three: Where To Buy

Ireland may be smaller than the UK, but it’s much less densely populated and homes are extremely affordable – which means more space to call your own, with a decent garden, maybe an empty beach nearby! But with so many great-value properties around the country, where are the top places to look for a home? In this, Part Three of our Buying Guide serialisation, we’re looking at the best places to buy a house in Ireland. If you missed Part Two on the timescale of buying, make sure to have a read of that, too.

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