Irish Car Rentals | Cheap Car Rental Ireland
Irish Car Rentals is an Irish car rental company offering cheap car & van service at locations across the entirety of Ireland. We strive to be the number 1 hire agency in the country through competitive value, a wide range of fleet options and the best customer service available.
Irish Car Rentals is a member of the Car Rental Council of Ireland (CCI); renting a car from a member of the CCI means you are using a company committed to providing a high quality car hire service to customers.
We Will Not Be Beaten on Price
Irish Car Rentals will match or better any quotes from another direct car rental supplier in Republic of Ireland. We believe you will not be able to beat Irish Car Rentals' car hire rates for Ireland, however if you can - call Irish Car Rentals to verify the quote you received. Read more here
Irish Car Rentals has a large network of locations nationwide meaning that wherever your vacation takes you we are on hand to provide cheap car hire Ireland. We are located at all major airports in the country including Dublin Airport, Cork Airport, Shannon Airport, Knock Airport, and Kerry Airport. We have city centre locations in Dublin, Dublin South, Galway and Cork meaning you can upgrade your city stay into a rural adventure at the drop of a hat. We also have regional locations in Navan, Athlone, Waterford City, Cavan, Drogheda and Naas meaning you can set off on a road trip wherever you are in the country. One way rentals can be arranged between any of the Irish Car Rentals locations in Ireland.
Irish Car Rentals fleet consists of a wide range of automobiles to rent ranging from small or economy cars to large or luxury cars. We’re sure we have a variety of budgets and space requirement needs you might have. We offer both manual and automatic transmissions to suit your driving preference. Our value for money, you can now budget with our low cost car rental prices.
Driving Routes - The best way to visit Ireland
There are few parts of the world that can offer quite so much when it comes to driving tours as Ireland can. So much of this magical land is comprised of the most beautiful countryside, ranging from lush green valleys and dales, to spectacularly rugged mountains and coastlines, it’s never tiring to drive from one awesome location to the next. Add in the picturesque villages, filled with friendly locals offering that famous Irish hospitality, as well as more than 5000 years of history packed into a land small enough to ensure you’re never more than a few hours away from your next adventure, and it becomes immediately obvious why visiting Ireland by car has become so prevalent.
Touring the Emerald Isle by car is so popular, designated driving routes have popped up all over to help visitors make the most of their time and get the full experience of whichever location they happen to be exploring. In Co. Galway, there’s a seaside town called Clifden that offers access to the Sky Road, an eleven-kilometre circular route over the nearby cliffs that provides amazing views of the stunning Connemara region, Clifden Bay, and its islands out to sea. Collect Car Rental Dublin Airport.
Slightly longer then the Sky Road is the famous Ring of Kerry. This 180 kilometre looped route winds past fabulous beaches, mirror-like lakes, medieval ruins, along vast green fields, and up and down rocky mountains. Inside the Ring of Kerry is the less well known Skellig Ring, an 18-kilometre route that links Waterville and Portmagee via a rarely visited area teeming with ancient monastic structures and diverse wildlife.
Another well-known route is the beautiful Boyne Valley, a region of crisscrossed roads set against vibrant green scenery that holds more ancient, historical and mythical wonders than you thought possible. These range from the old, such as the site of the notorious Battle of the Boyne, to the very old, like Trim Castle, to the ancient, such as the legendary Hill of Tara, to the prehistoric, like the 5000-year old tombs of Newgrange and Knowth, and so much more besides.
Ireland's Ancient East
Ireland’s Ancient East tour has no prescribed route but is divided into three distinct zones that, together, stretch from the southern border of Northern Ireland, right down the central and eastern regions to just west of Cork, covering seventeen counties and over 5000 years of history.
The Land of 5000 Dawns concentrates on the long history of central Ireland, including the famous Boyne Valley, and delves deeply into the myths, legends and prehistoric findings that single Ireland out as a land of magic and mystery.
The Historic Heartlands focuses on the land’s medieval times, with tours and suggested routes that take visitors to some of the greatest heritage sites and the grandest houses and castles that were built during the turbulent times of war and invasion.
The Celtic Coast looks at the southern and eastern shores of Ireland from when they were pillaged and raided by Vikings, to when the invaders actually settled there and built prosperous towns which survive to this day.
The Wild Atlantic Way
The Wild Atlantic Way is Ireland’s number one touring route. It’s the longest coastal driving route in the world, running an astonishing 2500 kilometres down along the Emerald Isle’s awe-inspiring Atlantic coast, and featuring 157 discovery points, over 1000 attractions, and more than 3500 activities. Book Car Hire Dublin Airport.
A suggested route that follows the winding and clifftop roads from Malin Head in Co. Donegal right down to Kinsale in Co. Cork, visiting in every breath-taking sight and humbling view along the way. Of course, the Wild Atlantic Way can be covered in a matter of days, but that misses the experience of stopping and appreciating the surroundings as you visit them.
Following the route, you could leave vibrant Cork, known as the real capital of Ireland, behind and travel the Ring of Kerry, stay the night in Kenmare, then head across the otherworldly landscape of the Burren before arriving at the legendary Cliffs of Moher.
Alternatively, why not watch the northern lights from the remote and mysterious Tory Island before heading back to the mainland, enjoying a pint of Guinness in Ireland’s most northerly pub, watching the waves swell and break 600 metres below the Slieve League cliffs, having a late seafood lunch in Sligo, then heading to a folk music festival in lively Galway city.
Optional Services & Products
When you book a rental car with Irish Car Rentals, there are a number of additional products and services on offer, these include options such as additional drivers, child safety seats, Global Positioning System GPS and cancellation cover. These optional services are in place to further your car hire experience and make your Irish adventure as convenient as possible.
Irish Car Rentals - independent carrentals agency
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Car Rental Ireland Reviews
"I was very impressed by the whole experience and will definitely use Europcar again." Dublin Airport - 01st November 2016
"Member of staff was extremely friendly, smart and professional." Cork Airport - 01st November 2016
"You all went above & beyond what a rental car experience should be! My last rental experience in Ireland was so bad to the point that I was considering not even flying there again, but you all were awesome! I will be recommending you to everyone I know." Shannon Airport - 21st October 2016
"Second time I've used them and still very impressive " Knock Airport- 31st October 2016