This Castle-Like House In Ireland Offers The Ultimate Romantic Escape
If you’re growing fed up with your day-to-day routine, you might want to consider escaping to Ireland for a bit where you can live like a prince or princess in this castle-like house — at least for a couple of days. This 200-year-old boutique country home is situated on a nine-acre plot of land that overlooks one of Ireland’s best surf breaks. The house is located in Easkey, a village in Northern Ireland known for its amazing surf opportunities. So bring your surfboard if you have one!
You and your SO or BFF can pay $43 a night to stay in a private room at this jaw-dropping Airbnb, or you can rent the whole place out and stay there with up to 13 of your friends. If that’s the case, you’ll have to message the Airbnb’s host to inquire about the cost and availability. Our bet is that it’s going to be a little more expensive, but probably worth it. Inside the mansion, you and your friends can expect to find such novelties as a playable piano in the lounge area, a fully-stocked private bar and a game room with a pool table.
- Seven bedrooms, each with a king-sized bed
- Five and a half baths
- Breakfast included
- Dinner available upon request
- Free Wi-Fi
- Indoor open fireplace
- Fully-stocked private bar with an honesty box
- Game room with a pool table
- Washer and dryer
- Free parking on premises
Here’s how to make this dream vacation a reality:
The closest international airport to your dream destination is Dublin Airport. You can fly directly into Dublin from most major United States cities. Once you reach Dublin Airport, you’ll want to rent a car or take a taxi for the remaining two-hours-and-50-minutes drive to the Airbnb. Alternatively, you can also take public transit from the airport, but it’ll take you a lot longer — roughly four hours and 40 minutes. The Airbnb’s hosts offer to pick guests up from the airport or train station, likely for an additional fee.
So friends, when are we going?
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