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B&B Ireland have been successfully welcoming visitors from around the world for over 45 years.
Our selection of over 800 independently-owned, quality assured Bed and Breakfast homes offers you the perfect way to see and capture the true spirit of Ireland.
Unforgettable holidays start in a Bed and Breakfast in Ireland! Make your dream trip a reality with an Irish Homestay experience. Your B&B hosts are waiting to welcome you.
What ever kind of holiday you have in mind, B&B Ireland will make it happen
Go on a journey of discovery along Ireland's most captivating road trip, the Wild Atlantic Way.
Experience the wealth of heritage Ireland has to offer through the 'Ireland's Ancient East' experience.
Spanning 193km, this stunning part of Northern Ireland provides a wealth of incredible attractions and scenery.
Dublin provides the perfect backdrop for exploring the magic of Ireland's capital.
Wexford, on Ireland's south-east tip, is home to some lovely holiday resorts with lots of long, sandy beaches.
Westmeath, is a county of great beauty, with many lakes and rivers, historical ruins and beautiful gardens and parks.
Wicklow, home to the Wicklow Mountains, is a beautiful county with stunning scenery and an amazing coastline.
Founded by the Vikings, Waterford today is a thriving and modern county with a lovingly-preserved heritage.
Known as ‘the orchard county’, Armagh is brimming with history, culture and striking scenery.
Explore the beauty of County Antrim, home of the Giant's Causeway, Dunluce Castle and Bushmill's Distillery.
Carlow's countryside is wonderful with beautiful landscapes, the majestic Blackstairs Mountains and the winding River Barrow
Cavan, with its charming villages and towns, numerous lakes and rivers, is one of Ireland’s best kept secrets.
Clare, with its impressive coastline and unspoiled landscapes is ideal for outdoor and water-sport activities.
Cork is a county rich in history and heritage with an old world charm coupled with a modern vibrancy.
Tour the walled city of Derry, trek the Sperrin Mountains and explore this historic county’s magnificent coastline.
Down is home to the Mourne Mountains, an extensive coastline and many fascinating historical sites.
Donegal is a majestic county renowned for its misty mountains, serene lakes and dramatic coastlines.
Dublin has something for everyone, with its bustling city, beaches and picturesque towns and villages.
Discover the Fermanagh Lakelands, which are renowned for its scenic abundance of beautiful lakes and rivers.
The Kingdom of Kerry has magnificent scenery, impressive landscapes and an exceptional coastline.
Kildare, with its stunning scenery, rich history and beautiful houses and gardens, is a county just waiting to be explored.
Kilkenny is a wonderful region that is rich in medieval architecture, round towers and ruins of monastic settlements.
Laois has so much to offer with its unspoiled landscapes, the Slieve Bloom Mountains and many historical sites.
Leitrim is home to some of the finest landscapes in Ireland, coupled with top quality water-sport facilities.
Limerick is a diverse county, with the perfect blend of rural charm and lively city hustle and bustle.
Longford is bordered by the River Shannon and Lough Ree. The scenic county is a haven for angling and water-sports.
Louth has so much to offer, with its stunning scenery, sandy beaches and a wealth of heritage sites.
Mayo is steeped in history and boasts a beautiful unspoilt environment, with a landscape of cliffs, mountains and bogs.
Explore Meath’s many monastic ruins, country manor houses and medieval towns and villages.
Offaly, is home to the Shannon River, Slieve Bloom Mountains and a wealth of historic treasures.
Monaghan, with its bustling market towns, tranquil countryside, hills and lakes, is a haven waiting to be discovered.
Sligo is steeped in history, folklore, culture and arts. It is home to the Benbulben Mountain and over 60 Megalithic tombs.
Roscommon is home to ancient ring forts and excellent fishing spots on Lough Ree and the River Shannon.
Tipperary is rich in cultural heritage, with plenty of historical sites to visit including the famous Rock of Cashel.
Tyrone is the perfect base for hill walkers and adventure seekers due to its forest parks and the Sperrin Mountains.
Galway is a county of arts, heritage and culture, coupled with stunning scenery and friendly people.