IPA Section Ireland are proud to provide five fully furnished properties in Dublin, Galway, Cork, Sligo & Wexford for the exclusive use of IPA members and their families.
Our nation’s capital is a vastly changing multicultural metropolis.
From beautiful Georgian squares to the buzzing Silicon Docks, Dublin consistently wows visitors with its culture, history, food, and of course its people.
A city large enough to constantly entertain but with a village feeling that will make you feel welcome.
Visit Temple Bar, St. Stephen’s Green and Grafton Street for shopping and nightlife or wander through our free museums dotted across the city.
Experience the literary city of Joyce and Beckett over a pint of Guinness as it straddles the river Liffey and Dublin Bay with its sweeping coastal vistas that once earned it the title of Dublin’s Fair City.
Our IPA House in Dublin is a prime example of the classical architecture of the early part of the 20th Century.
It is tastefully furnished, having all necessary facilities for self-catering and also has an enclosed garden.
The property consists of a sitting room, conference room and office, 6 bedrooms (4 with full en suite, 2 with showers and hand basins), 2 bathrooms with showers and toilets.
The house also has a dining and kitchen area, patio and BBQ, radio club room and large enclosed garden.
Paid parking is available on street.
Cork is rich in history and tradition yet increasingly urbane and sophisticated.
The ever evolving city of Cork is a vibrant place with a unique blend of contemporary style and old world charm.
Pedestrian laneways and narrow streets, small boutiques, gourmet food shops and a host of interesting pubs and clubs fan out across the city. Cork is renowned for its culinary flair and vibrant cultural scene and was winner of the European Capital of Culture in 2005.
It was listed by the Lonely Planet Guide as one of their top ten cities for “Best in Travel in 2010” and listed by Yahoo! as one of the Top Ten European Cities to Visit in 2011.
A strong festival programme attracts the best of film, jazz, folk, literary and musical talent year round.
You certainly won’t be short of things to do! As Cork is surrounded by water, the area is awash with activities such as cruising, whale watching and sailing. If the pastime of people watching appeals, a host of waterfront cafés and bars afford the perfect vantage point.
Should you prefer Golf you can tee off at one of the famous parkland or links golf courses in the area. After dark, the range of attractions in Cork never dims. Greyhound racing, a night of theatre, a relaxed dinner in one of the city’s superb restaurants followed by a traditional music session are just some of the options on offer to make the perfect end to your perfect day.
The IPA apartment in Cork has two bedrooms (1 double, 1 twin) plus a fold-up bed (sleeps five).
There is a bathroom with shower, a fully equipped kitchen and lounge with TV.
It has a balcony south facing on the 2nd floor and is entered from an enclosed courtyard.
It is a short distance from the city centre. Secure parking also available.