Why Stay in a B&B?
When you stay in Bed and Breakfast accommodation in Ireland you can be assured of a warm and friendly welcome. Homes tend to be family-run and hosts pride themselves on making your stay with them both comfortable and relaxing.
If you are looking for a unique traditional Irish experience then staying in B&B accommodation is the ideal choice for you. You will arrive as a guest, but you will most certainly leave as a friend. Staying in a B&B is also a great way of exploring the local area and your hosts will have all the inside knowledge regarding the best places to visit, local attractions and they’ll be able recommend good restaurants, entertainment and they are usually happy to arrange drop offs and pick ups.
B&Bs are great value for money. On arrival you can expect refreshments, usually consisting of some delicious homemade scones with a choice of tea/coffee. Your bedroom will be warm and cosy. The majority of bed and breakfasts provide tea/coffee making facilities in your bedroom, but if you prefer to mix with fellow guests you can socialise in the sitting room and enjoy a chin-wag over a cup of tea. Alternatively, you might want to relax with a good book and just let the peace and tranquillity of your environment wash away any stresses and strains. Breakfast menus are varied, so if you aren’t tempted by a delicious traditional breakfast there will be a good selection of alternatives to tempt your taste-buds.
Unlike the hotel sector that tends to have accommodation located in key areas, you will find bed and breakfast accommodation available in every city, town and village in Ireland. B&Bs are also plentiful throughout the countryside, so you are never far away from a bed and breakfast property.
B&B Ireland have also launched a new website specialising in walking holidays in Ireland. Our walking website will help you to choose the ideal location and best Walker's Welcome B&B for your dream walking holiday/vacation.