SUSTAINABLE AND ECO-HOTELS IN Ireland

THE 8 MOST ETHICAL AND SUSTAINABLE HOTELS IN Ireland according to ETIC Hotels

Dylan Hotel Dublin

  • City: Dublin 4
  • Score: 97%
  • Price from: £118.25

37.9
kg CO2e
ETIC gold rating
9.7
/ 10
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Parknasilla Resort & Spa

  • City: Sneem
  • Score: 95%
  • Price from: £146.56

26.4
kg CO2e
ETIC gold rating
9.5
/ 10
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Ashford Castle


41.2
kg CO2e
ETIC gold rating
9.5
/ 10
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IMPERIAL HOTEL CORK CITY

  • City: Cork
  • Score: 93%
  • Price from: £83.66

27.7
kg CO2e
ETIC gold rating
9.3
/ 10
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Radisson Blu St Helens Hotel


27.6
kg CO2e
ETIC gold rating
9.2
/ 10
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Sheen Falls Country Club Holiday Homes

  • City: Kenmare
  • Score: 91%
  • Price from: £0

28.3
kg CO2e
ETIC gold rating
9.1
/ 10
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Great Southern Killarney

  • City: Killarney
  • Score: 89%
  • Price from: £83.03

30.2
kg CO2e
ETIC gold rating
8.9
/ 10
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The Green Isle, Sure Hotel Collection by Best W.


30.4
kg CO2e
ETIC gold rating
8.8
/ 10
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COUNTRY PROFILE

Ireland

  • Official Name:Capital: Dublin

  • Capital:Population 4.6 million

  • Population: Area 70,182 sq km (27,097 sq miles)

  • Area: Major languages English, Irish

  • Major Languages: Major religion Christianity

  • Major Religions: Life expectancy 78 years (men), 83 years (women)

  • Life expectancy: Currency euro

  • Currency: Ireland

Things to see in Ireland

  • Athlone Town And Shannon River, Ireland: Monicami / shutterstock

  • Malahide Castle: neuartelena / shutterstock

  • Cliffs Of Moher: shutterstock

  • Kilmainham Gaol, Dublin: Rodrigo Garrido / shutterstock

  • Slieve League: Dagmar

  • Mc / shutterstock

  • Bend Of The Boyne (Brú Na Bóinne): Pecold / shutterstock

  • Killarney National Park: Jan Miko / shutterstock

  • Grafton Street Mall: jamegaw / shutterstock

  • Guinness Storehouse, Dublin: Anton_

  • Ivanov / shutterstock

  • Inishbofin: David O

  • Brien / shutterstock

  • Hurling: Revel Pix L

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  • Mourne Mountains: Joseph Molloy / shutterstock

  • Red Panda At Dublin Zoo: niall dunne / shutterstock

  • Wild Atlantic Way: Balky79 / shutterstock

  • Holy Cross Abbey, Tipperary: yykkaa / shutterstock

  • Lough Tay Lake: Semmick Photo / shutterstock

  • National Shrine Of Our Lady Of Knock: Thoom / shutterstock

  • Poulnabrone Portal Tomb In Burren: Patryk Kosmider / shutterstock

  • Dingle Peninsula: Patryk Kosmider / shutterstock

  • Galway Cathedral: shutterstock

  • Glendalough: R

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  • Muckross Head: Sergejus Lamanosovas / shutterstock

  • Clonmacnoise: Maurizio Callari / shutterstock

  • Colcannon, Traditional Irish Dish With Mashed Potatoes, Bacon And Cabbage: Slawomir Fajer / shutterstock

  • Galway Arts Festival: Maria_

  • Janus / shutterstock

When to visit in Ireland

  • The Best Time to Visit Ireland. The best time to visit Ireland is in April, May, and June, as well as in September and October. Even though there are never any promises when it comes to Irish weather, spring and autumn tend to be relatively mild and have fewer crowds (and lower prices) than during the peak of summer.

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