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Get Back to Nature with a Countryside B&B

There really is no better way to get back to nature than by choosing to stay in a countryside B&B in Ireland. They are the perfect way to unwind, relax and recharge the batteries. They’re also the ideal base for exploring the beautiful Irish countryside.

All of B&B Ireland’s bed and breakfast properties are approved by the Irish Tourism Board. Homes are completed to the highest of standards, but still retain the home from home appeal. If you want to know the true meaning of  Irish hospitality, then you will find it in an Irish countryside B&B.  Hosts enjoy welcoming guests into their home and pride themselves on the service they provide. They will ensure that your stay with them is the best it can be and that you will have the perfect holiday experience.

Home baking is a specialty, so you can look forward to some light refreshments on arrival. B&B owners' homemade scones and brown bread are delicious! Your en-suite bedroom will be comfortable and will have all the necessary facilities to ensure a restful nights sleep. In the morning you are in for a tasty treat. Hosts are culinary experts and provide varied breakfast menus. The famous full Irish breakfast is delicious, but if you prefer something lighter, then there will be plenty of cuisine to choose from.

Many B&B properties have become specialists in Activity holidays, such as walking, angling, adventure, golf and farm-stay to name a few. This means you can stay in a B&B that actually specialises in the activity you love. Hosts have in-depth knowledge of their chosen activity and will have facilities at their properties that cater for all aspects of the activity.

Take Farmstay Welcome B&Bs for instance. These B&Bs are actual working farms and make for the perfect family holiday. Youngsters can enjoy the freedom of running through the fields and take part in a variety of farm activities in a safe and monitored environment. Guests can watch the milking process and learn all about the workings of a farm. The farms have a pet’s corner, so the kids can get up close with some of the animals and pet them. It’s a great learning process and a huge amount of fun! Guests can stroll through the fields and enjoy wonderful walks in the peace and tranquility of the picturesque surroundings.

Driving through the beautiful Irish countryside on a lovely summer’s day is an experience not to be missed. The quaint country roads, amazing coastal views, friendly locals and even the different types of homes are fascinating. There is nothing nicer than parking up and enjoying a picnic in one of the many scenic spots along your route. B&B hosts will be happy to make you up a packed lunch on request. Ireland has an abundance of historical sites, churches, monuments and castles just waiting to be explored. With its wealth of natural amenities, beautiful sandy beaches, stunning scenery and breathtaking views there is no place like the enchanting Emerald Isle.

Come see for yourself and get back to nature. Stay in a countryside B&B and get the laid back and carefree holiday you deserve!

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Posted: 09 Jul 2013 by Mel Heron | with 0 comments

Tags: and, B&B, Bed, Breakfast, Countryside, Holiday, Ireland

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