English Homestays in Ireland
|Ballycastle, Ireland: We live in a comfortable cottage,4 minutes walk from a quiet sandy beach on the west coast of Ireland. The house is centrally heated, with wi-fi and all modern comforts. We have a library of books which our guests are welcome to use. We have a large garden in which we rear hens and ducks and grow organic vegetables. The rural village of Ballycastle is approx 0.75km from our home. The village has pubs, church, post office, tea rooms and art gallery. This is an area of great natural beauty.|
The local area has a library, public swimming pool, and golf courses. Transport to the city is good. The village is situated on the coast and isn't far from the mountains. There are many beautiful walks to enjoy.
|Termonfeckin, Ireland: We welcome students in our home, which is located in beautiful Termonfeckin, a small seaside village on Ireland’s east coast in County Louth. We live in a detached house with a large garden, and have stunning views of the Irish Sea. Termonfeckin is a close-knit community, and we often socialize with friends at the local golf club, pub, restaurants, or at home. We are also just 7 kilometres from the thriving town of Drogheda and the Drogheda railway station, giving students easy access to Dublin.|
|Cork, Ireland: There is a sports facility immediately behind the house with gym, sauna and running track. There is a village 5 mins walk away with shops, cinema, restaurants, shopping centres. The bus stop to the city is outside my door and brings you to cork city in 10mins. Cork city has a ecclectic mix of fun, museums and all main sports and past times.|
|Lismore, Ireland: We are an English family living in beautiful rural West Waterford. We love to share and explore this fantastic area with our guests and like to take them hill walking or horse riding if they are interested.|
|Banagher, Ireland: We are a family of five, our home is a country house on a two acre site, with a dog & horse in Banagher, which is situated on the banks of the river Shannon.It is a very friendly, welcoming and safe rural town in the heart of Ireland, offering a range of activities from canoeing, hillwalking, equestrian, fishing, golf etc. Cinema, bowling, swimming and shopping attractions are all close by. We enjoy ourselves having a social active family lifestyle which we hope our visiting students can share.|
|Macroom, Ireland: We live in the countryside, near Cork. We have a large garden. It is quiet and peaceful. Locally there are many places of interest, Blarney Castle, Cork city and English Market, Kinsale and Killarney a short drive away. We like to pinic at the seaside and go for country walks. We also like cooking and swimming.|
|Dublin, Republic of Ireland: We are just 5 minutes walk away from the beautiful Sutton Bay and less than a minute walk to train and bus station, supermarkets, sports centers and hotel restaurants.|
|Athenry, County Galway, Ireland: My house is located in the beautiful West of Ireland, one mile from the historic town of Athenry. The town was founded in 1214. It has the ruins of a thirteenth century Dominician monastery and a well preserved castle from the same period. The Claren River flows through the town. The town is surrounded by and old wall and the west gate is still standing.The setting is rural, with green fields, trees and farm dwellings. My house is a bungalow and has a large front and back garden.|
|Carrigaline, Ireland: We live in a detached house in a big estate in the suburbs of Cork city, which is easily accesable by bus ( 20 minutes) We are very friendly with our neighbours and the neighbourhood is safe and clean. There are shops nearby, a swimming pool and cycling paths. We also live close to the sea and we regularly go there.|
|Bray, Co. Wicklow, Ireland: Esplanade Villa is a unique homestay situated on the seafront in Bray, a charming Victorian seaside town on the east coast of Ireland. Only 20km from Dublin airport, we offer English language eco breaks with a difference. Bray’s coastline is home to many marine animals (including dolphins, seals and seabirds) and we invite our guests to join us on our marine wildlife tours. Other excursions include trips to ancient monastic sites, film set locations, stately homes and Dublin city.|
|Co Dublin, Ireland: I am happy to have students in my home and I enjoy teaching them and showing them around the area either locally or in Dublin. I usually go to the pubs with them and introduce them to my friends.|
Bray, Co. Wicklow, Ireland: Bray is a Victorian seaside town only 40 minutes by train from Dublin. It has many shops and cafes and the famous mile-long seafront promenade so perfect for it's Carnivals and International Music and Food Festivals. There are beautiful walks in the area eg. The 18th Century Powerscourt House and Gardens and the serene Monastic site of Glendalough.
We as a family enjoy welcoming students into our home and have done so for many years. A great Immersion in English/Holiday experience.
|Enniscorthy, Ireland: We welcome students to our home in County Wexford. It is a newly built house in the countryside, approximately 7 km from Enniscorthy town. My sister's Organic farm is next to our house where there are chickens, pigs, sheep, cows, horses, hens and ducks. My other sister lives next to us with her husband and 15 year old son, who is great company for visiting students. Our local town has tennis courts and a swimming pool and we can arrange horse riding and fishing also as well as otehr excursions.|