At Old Country Tours we work with a variety of accommodation providers throughout Ireland to bring you excellent accommodation for golfers in Ireland. From 5 Star Hotels to Self Catering options based on your preferences and price range. We offer a selection of accommodation options for golfers and non-golfers that vary in facilities and services offered depending on location and price.   Booking in advance gives the golf traveller peace of mind that they will have somewhere to sleep once they arrive at their destination. It is also a good idea when travelling to a popular tourist destination.  Check in time on average is 2 – 3pm and check out time on average is 12 – 1pm.

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Hotels Guesthouse / Bed & Breakfast Self-Catering Classic Room Types

Hotel Star Ratings


Hotel accommodation options include charming hotels with ample grounds and picturesque gardens to impressive modern structures in city centres to traditional family run hotels and grand estates and castles. There are options to suit individual travellers, couples, families along with small and large groups.  We work with 3, 4 and 5 star hotels and resorts.

Guesthouse/ Bed and Breakfast

Renowned for being homely and welcoming Irish B&Bs are a popular choice for golfers, couples, single people and families alike. Typically there are much fewer rooms than in a hotel and guests often describe their B&B experience as a home away from home.  You’ll find guesthouse accommodation almost everywhere in Ireland and quality ranges from the simple to the luxurious.


If you are looking for a place to live rather than just a place to sleep, self-catering accommodation for golfers in Ireland (also known as a vacation rental) is ideal. Vacation rentals offer all the comforts of home in a holiday environment.  These rental properties are generally self-contained with the mandatory facilities including fresh linens, TV, washing machine and tumble dryer. They offer great value for longer stays and for families.

Classic Room types

  • Single rooms are for single travellers. In many hotels, a single room is actually the same as a double room.
  • Double rooms are for two travellers sleeping in the same bed.
  • Twin rooms have two separate beds (usually two single beds or one single bed with 1 double bed).
  • Triple rooms have either double bed plus a single bed or three separate beds (sometimes the third bed may be a pull out bed or roll away bed)

Hotel Star Ratings

Five-star hotels The five-star hotel is the quintessential luxury hotel, they have restaurants that are world class and also tend to have opulent décor, well equipped gyms, swimming pools and spas.   The very best of the best in comfort and service hotels of this standard range from stately castles, country club hotels and luxury city hotels.

Four-star hotels 4-star accommodation includes contemporary hotels and charming period houses with very high standards. Guest accommodation is comfortable with various facilities on offer which often include Internet in every room, a well-equipped business centre, spa and health and leisure facilities.  These hotels also house restaurants that dish out excellent food and service.

Three-star hotels 3-star accommodation ranges from small family-run hotels to larger city hotels. Every guest room will have a private bathroom with a bath and/or shower. 3-star hotel restaurants prepare food to high standards in a relaxed atmosphere.

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