Sustainable And Eco-Hotels In Ireland

The 8 Most Ethical And Sustainable Hotels In Ireland according to ETIC Hotels

Hidden Hills Waterville

Free parking,Free WiFi,Family rooms
ETIC carbon rating
25.1
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
7.4
/10

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Treacys Oakwood Hotel

Free parking,Family rooms,Facilities for disabled guests,Non-smoking rooms,Restaurant,Room service,Bar,Fabulous breakfast
ETIC carbon rating
14.4
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
7.1
/10

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Harrington Hall

Free WiFi,Non-smoking rooms,24-hour front desk,Lift,Heating,Tea/coffee maker in all rooms,Superb breakfast
  •  Dublin, Ireland
  •  ETIC Green Score: 71%
  •  Reviews: 4.2 (376+)
ETIC carbon rating
14.4
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
7.1
/10

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The Tides Ballybunion

Free parking,Non-smoking rooms,Free WiFi,Room service,Airport shuttle,Family rooms,Tea/coffee maker in all rooms,Exceptional breakfast
ETIC carbon rating
25.1
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
7
/10

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Staycity Aparthotels - City Centre, Dublin

Free WiFi,Family rooms,Fitness centre,Non-smoking rooms,Restaurant,Facilities for disabled guests,24-hour front desk,Lift,Heating,Good breakfast
  •  Dublin, Ireland
  •  ETIC Green Score: 70%
  •  Reviews: 4.8 (986+)
ETIC carbon rating
14.4
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
7
/10

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O'Learys Lodge, Doolin

Free parking,Free WiFi,Family rooms,Non-smoking rooms,Tea/coffee maker in all rooms,Very good breakfast
ETIC carbon rating
14.4
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
7
/10

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Radisson Blu St. Helen's Hotel, Dublin

Free parking,Free WiFi,Family rooms,Fitness centre,Non-smoking rooms,Facilities for disabled guests,Room service,Tea/coffee maker in all rooms,Bar,Good breakfast
  •  Dublin, Ireland
  •  ETIC Green Score: 70%
  •  Reviews: 4.4 (2129+)
ETIC carbon rating
25.1
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
7
/10

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Beaufort Lodge

Free parking,Non-smoking rooms,Free WiFi,Family rooms,Tea/coffee maker in all rooms
ETIC carbon rating
14.4
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
6.9
/10

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COUNTRY PROFILE

Ireland

  • Official Name:Ireland

  • Capital:Dublin

  • Population:4,937,786

  • Area:70,273 km²

  • Major Languages:Irish, English

  • Major Religions:Christianity

  • Life expectancy:83.71 years

  • Currency:Euro

10 Things To Do In Ireland

  • 1. Explore the Cliffs of Moher

    Witness the dramatic cliffs and stunning coastal views on the west coast of Ireland.

  • 2. Visit the Guinness Storehouse

    Learn about the history of Guinness beer and enjoy panoramic views of Dublin.

  • 3. Experience the Giant`s Causeway

    Marvel at the unique basalt columns and stunning geological formations.

  • 4. Discover the Ring of Kerry

    Drive along this scenic route, passing through picturesque landscapes and coastal villages.

  • 5. Visit the Trinity College and Book of Kells

    Admire the historic library and view the illuminated manuscript of the Book of Kells.

  • 6. Experience traditional Irish music and dance

    Attend lively sessions in pubs or traditional performances like Riverdance.

  • 7. Explore the Killarney National Park

    Hike or cycle through the beautiful park with its lakes, mountains, and wildlife.

  • 8. Visit the Blarney Castle and kiss the Blarney Stone

    Experience the legend of the stone said to grant the gift of eloquence.

  • 9. Discover the Dingle Peninsula

    Explore the rugged coastline, sandy beaches, and charming villages.

  • 10. Taste Irish cuisine

    Try traditional dishes like Irish stew, boxty, colcannon, and delicious seafood.

5 Most Visited Cities In Ireland

  • Dublin

    Cork

    Galway

    Limerick

    Waterford

When To Go To Ireland

  • Ireland`s inviting charm is ever-present, but the summer months (June to August) bring a vibrant energy to the Emerald Isle. The dramatic landscapes of the Ring of Kerry and the Cliffs of Moher unfold under longer daylight hours, while Dublin`s literary heritage and traditional pubs beckon. Festivals celebrating Irish music, dance, and culture fill the calendar, adding to the sense of camaraderie. Ireland`s warm hospitality, picturesque villages, and storied history make it a destination that captivates both the heart and the imagination.

Travel Recommendation And Useful Links For Ireland

Find the complete travel guide for Ireland

  • - Check entry requirements based on your nationality and ensure you have the necessary documents.
    - Respect local customs and etiquette, including when visiting pubs and historic sites.
    - Be cautious of narrow roads and driving on the left side; follow local traffic rules.
    - Explore the scenic landscapes, historic castles, and vibrant cities of Ireland.
    - Experience Irish music, folklore, and traditional dishes.

  • Office Tourism of Ireland

  • CIA World Fact-book

  • Wikipedia Page

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