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    10 of the best rooms with a view around Ireland

    These overnight stays make the most of the island’s breathtaking landscapes

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    A lone lighthouse atop wave-lashed cliffs, the glittering Milky Way in some of Europe’s darkest night skies, rolling green hills that slope down to sandy shores... These are just some of the majestic views on offer around Ireland – if you know where to look! From upmarket city hotels to remote countryside retreats, here are 10 accommodation options with seriously good Ireland eye candy.

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    The Lodges @ Sea View House, Doolin, County Clare

    1. The Lodges @ Sea View House, Doolin, County Clare

    As the name suggests, The Lodges @ Sea View House come with lovely views of the sea just beyond the cute and colourful village of Doolin, a trad music hotspot. There’s also a Castle View Lodge looking onto a mighty 500-year-old fortress. These private rentals are in a prime location in County Clare, close to both the Cliffs of Moher and the Burren. To seal the deal, each lodge has its very own hot tub! The perfect place to relax after a day of exploration on this fine stretch of the Wild Atlantic Way.

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    Blackhead Lighthouse, County Antrim

    2. Blackhead Lighthouse, County Antrim

    Choose from one of three Blackhead Lightkeeper’s Houses on this rugged headland in County Antrim. Each comes with an open fire and panoramic sea views. Just imagine curling up with loved ones by the roaring fireside after a day out on the Causeway Coast and watching waves lash against the shore outside the window. File that one under ‘WOW Ireland’ moments. The lighthouse is close to Belfast as well as top attractions such as the Giant's Causeway, making it an ideal hub in this scenic part of Northern Ireland.

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    Finn Lough Bubble Domes, County Fermanagh

    3. Finn Lough Bubble Domes, County Fermanagh

    Sleep under the stars in a unique Bubble Dome at Finn Lough, a luxury hideaway in a private forest deep in the Fermanagh Lakelands. Each dome sleeps two, so these cosy transparent bubbles make for perfect romantic getaways surrounded by nature. While here, book into The Shoreline Spa which is beautifully situated by the waters of Lough Erne. If it’s peace and tranquillity you’re after, Finn Lough is hard to beat.

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    The Ebrington Hotel, Derry~Londonderry

    4. The Ebrington Hotel, Derry~Londonderry

    Great city views count too, right? If you love a good skyline, book a River View Room in The Ebrington Hotel in Derry~Londonderry. From the window, you’ll have a prime view of the River Foyle, the striking Peace Bridge and the historic Guildhall beyond. Eagle-eyed folk might even be able to make out sections of the famous 400-year-old city walls. Not a bad sight to see first thing in the morning, we think you’ll agree. The four-star Ebrington is a quality base for exploring the Walled City and further afield in County Londonderry.

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    Lough Mardal Lodge, County Donegal

    5. Lough Mardal Lodge, County Donegal

    From the lodge and the skydome yurts to the shepherd’s hut, all the accommodation options available at Lough Mardal in County Donegal provide stunning views of the surrounding landscape. This eco-friendly glamping site is nestled in unspoilt bogland where you’ll only have the local wildlife for company. If you want to go off-grid for a bit to reconnect with the natural world, then this remote spot in Ireland’s northwest is just the ticket.

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    Adare Manor, County Limerick

    6. Adare Manor, County Limerick

    Luxurious views await at Adare Manor in County Limerick. This award-winning 5-star hotel is set on 840 acres of pristine parkland. Golfers can enjoy a round on one of the top championship courses in Ireland, which is set to host the 2027 Ryder Cup, or you can relax with some of the estate activities such as fishing, archery and falconry. Elegant Irish country life simply surrounds you on an unforgettable stay here.

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    Balance Treehouse, County Armagh

    7. Balance Treehouse, County Armagh

    High in the trees of the County Armagh countryside sits one of the most unique rooms with a view on the island of Ireland. The Balance Treehouse is a handcrafted nook clinging to the hillside, accessed via a private rope bridge, and with all the mod-cons you could want including a hot tub, an outdoor hammock and a super king-sized bed under a glassy roof ideal for stargazing. The views of the heather-covered hills all around are just as beguiling. If you loved having a treehouse as a kid, this is the adult equivalent not to be missed.

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    Clare Island Lighthouse, County Mayo

    8. Clare Island Lighthouse, County Mayo

    Both B&B and self-catering stays are available at Clare Island Lighthouse in County Mayo, one of the most western outposts in Europe. There are purposively no TVs here as the expansive ocean views provide more than enough dramatic entertainment on their own. Seven different types of room can be booked, from the snug and the banshee cottage to the central tower house, which comes complete with a circular bedroom and spiral staircase leading to the original light tower. Snuggling up in bed as the Atlantic rages outside is cosiness on another level.

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    Sperrinview Glamping, County Tyrone

    9. Sperrinview Glamping, County Tyrone

    In the foothills of the Sperrin Mountains in County Tyrone, Sperrinview Glamping offers a window to the stars. These luxury glamping pods are situated in Northern Ireland’s only International Dark Sky Park. The views of the stars on a clear night are simply magical. Each pod has a viewing window that allows you to lie back in bed and take in the majesty of the Milky Way galaxy above. What’s more, the site is close to the ancient Beaghmore Stone Circles, which adds a spellbinding element to any stay.

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    Ocean View Pods, Glenarm Castle, County Antrim

    10. Ocean View Pods, Glenarm Castle, County Antrim

    Last, but certainly not least, the Ocean View Pods at Glenarm Castle on the scenic County Antrim coast is a glamping stay to remember. The four-star pods feature a fire pit and stunning sea views making them the perfect spot to sit back and relax after a day out. Then in the morning, you can wake to an ocean sunrise from the comfort of bed. The pods are also just a two-minute walk from the historic Glenarm Estate, where you’ll find a striking castle, as well as a walled garden and a woodland walk.