Thrilled to share with you some of the press articles written about The Cottages or in which we have been featured…

The Irish Times50 Amazing places to stay around Ireland” April 2019

The Irish Times Going Coastal: 50 of the Best places to eat, stay and play along Ireland’s coastline” July 2017

Culture TripTop 11 Romantic Getaways in Ireland” June 2017

Irish Independent Family Gatherings: 10 great places to get the gang together in Ireland” December 2016

We’re also so very proud to share with you just some of the wonderful press featuring our win of the Best Holiday Beach Home in Europe Award for 2016!

And some more press articles written about us or in which we have been featured…

Ireland.comIreland’s Best of the Best” November 2016

Country File (UK)Retreat to a coastal cottage this Autumn” October 2016

The Irish TimesIreland’s most romantic bedrooms” February 2016

The Weather Channel (UK), Shortlisted in “UK and Ireland’s finest getaways” January 2014

The Irish IndependentSeaside Secrets” June 2011

Premier Cottages (UK), Selected from over 1,000 stunning cottages for the Brochure Cover 2011

The Irish TimesCutting edge cottages” February 2010

The Irish TimesCupids Arrow…Ten Terrific Valentines Breaks” January 2010

The Sunday Times (UK), Travel Magazine “50 Coolest Cottages in Britain and Ireland” January 2009

The Guardian (UK) “Twenty special places to rent in Ireland” February 2007

The Sunday Times, Travel “Irish Doubles ~ Cosy Cottages, raise a glass to the island’s best beds”

Bridal Magazine – Minimoons the best destinations.

BBC Coast Laytown Races January 2008

There’s something quite spectacular about seeing horses racing on the beach.

Racing horses is an old tradition and in Laytown there has been a race since 1867. Once a year people flock here for the last remaining beach race under Jockey Club rules.

Miranda Krestovnikoff of BBC Coast meets local trainer and racer Marcus Callaghan and has a bit of a flutter. But the odds are hard to calculate as the horses are used to performing on turf and not sand. So outsiders are in with a chance.

But horses aren’t the only thing being gambled on. Each year the course is built from scratch on Laytown’s huge beach, will the organisers win their race against the tide?