Irish Car Rentals | Low Cost Car Rental Ireland
Irish Car Rentals is a Irish operated company offering low cost car & van rental at locations across the entirety of Ireland. We strive to provide the number 1 car rental service 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), the trade organisation for the car rental Ireland. Renting a car from a member of the CCI means you are using a company committed to providing a high quality car rental service to customers.
Irish Car Rentals has a wide range of locations across Ireland meaning that wherever your vacation takes you we are on hand to provide high quality car rental services. 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, Portlaoise, Athlone, Waterford City, Cavan, Drogheda and Naas meaning you can set off on a road trip wherever you are in the country.
Irish Car Rentals has a wide range of automobiles to rent ranging from large or premium to small or economy cars. Weâ€™re sure we have one to suit your budget and any need you might have. We offer both manual and automatic transmissions to suit your driving preference. Our value for money fleet is made up of compact, eco and luxury cars, to view our full range of vehicles.
Driving Routes - The best way to visit Ireland
Ireland, although small in size, has so much to offer in terms of beauty, history, culture and activities. The rugged landscape is both beautiful and diverse as every turn uncovers a magnificently different view. History that stretches back millenia can be found throughout the Irish countryside. With so much on offer and varying locations it's best to visit Ireland via car. If you arrive at Dublin Airport you'll be close by to many major roadways which have excellent connections to the rest of the country.
You could travel north of Dublin to County Meath and explore the historic Boyne Valley which is home to over 5000 years of history including a fascinating megalithic tomb that predates the Egyptian Pyramids. This is also the area where St. Patrick, Ireland's patron Saint, began spreading the christian faith and you'll find grand abbeys, round towers and the ruins of several monasteries.
If you find yourself in County Galway you could visit the picturesque coastal town of Clifden where you'll find the Sky Road, an 11 kilometre circular route that takes you high above sea level where youâ€™ll find beautiful views of Clifden Bay and its offshore islands, crashing waves of the Atlantic and a wonderful view over Connemara, easily one of the most beautiful regions in the country.
Further south in County Kerry youâ€™ll find the famous Ring of Kerry. This coastal route is 144km of true bliss that will bring you on a journey of discovery through 10,000 years of history, rugged and majestic landscapes overlooking the crashing waters of the Atlantic Ocean. Other than beautiful scenery and a fascinating history youâ€™ll find traditional music, Kerry hospitality and the world famous Irish craic.
The Wild Atlantic Way
The Wild Atlantic Way is the longest defined coastal driving route in the world and stretches from the northern heights of Donegal along the beautiful west coast to West Cork in the south. This 2,500km route will help you uncover some of the most majestic views Ireland has to offer while stopping at some of the top attractions such as the Cliffs of Moher and the Connemara region.
The goal of this route is to bring the stunningly raw beauty of the west coast to the forefront of Irish tourism. There are over 150 discovery points along the route and each boasts a unique allure. The route is carefully planned to link destinations and attractions, giving visitors the chance to explore the land, engage in outdoor sports and bask in traditional culture. The route links with walking paths, cycling routes and discovery points giving drivers as many reasons to get out of the car as they have to drive on.
Whether youâ€™re planning on touring the entire Wild Atlantic Way or just a section along the way, we are on hand to provide great value car rental at various locations along the route including Cork City, Cork Airport, Kerry Airport, Shannon Airport, Galway City and Ireland West Knock Airport.
Optional Services & Products
When you book a 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, GPS Navigation Systems and cancellation cover. These optional services are in place to further your car rental experience and make your Irish adventure as convenient as possible.
Irish Car Rentals
Low Cost Car Rental
15 rental locations
Flexible choice of cars & vans
Member of Car Rental Council
Car Rental Reviews
"I've lost cou nt how many times I've rented cars from Europcar, but still keep up the good work :) and a Happy New Year to all staff. Carmelo " Dublin Airport - 6 January 2016
"The staff and service at europcar cork airport are always excellent and always go above and beyond. Great service Great staff" Cork Airport - 7 January 2016
"We had to rent the car as our flight from Kerry to Dublin was cancelled due to storms (I was flying back to Boston where I live, although I'm originally from Kerry). Louise at the desk was top notch. She really went above and beyond. " Kerry Airport - 5 January 2015
"The whole process went very smoothly and took very little time. Both picking up and returning the car was effortless. The car its self was perfectly satisfactory." Shannon Airport - 23 August 2015