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5 Reasons to Stay in a Walkers Welcome B&B

Walkers Welcome B&Bs are renowned for their warm traditional Irish hospitality. When you step through the door of a Walkers Welcome B&B, you will be stepping into a haven of comfort and relaxation. 


B&B hosts love to welcome visitors into their homes and pride themselves on making a guest's stay a relaxing and memorable experience. Home-baking is a specialty, so some delicious, freshly prepared scones or brown bread with tea/coffee can be expected on arrival. Once you have settled into your cosy bedroom, a visit to the lounge area is a great way to meet fellow guests. It’s an opportunity to mix and converse with other walking enthusiasts. Alternatively, you can just relax and chill out with a good book. After a restful nights sleep, you can look forward to a freshly prepared breakfast of your choice. B&B Hosts provide a varied breakfast menu, but the traditional full Irish fry is still very popular.


Walkers Welcome B&Bs have been approved by the Tourism Standards Approval Board and are recognised as providing specialist services for walkers. Your hosts have an interest in walking and hiking themselves. Hosts will be on hand to talk about the different walking routes in their locality and will provide valuable tips on the terrain, length of hikes and what fitness level would be required.  They have the contact details for local walking guides, maps and information about transfer pick up points.  B&B owners have also been known to drop guests to the location themselves!


Walkers Welcome B&Bs provide excellent facilities for their walking guests. There will be no more worries about where you are going to store your walking gear when travelling. Walkers Welcome B&Bs are prepared for you and you equipment! Homes will provide shelving, hangers and wall hooks for your outdoor clothing and equipment in a separate location from your bedroom. They will also provide drying facilities and emergency rain gear if required. This can only make for a more relaxing holiday environment.


Walkers Welcome B&Bs are located in every city, town, village and countryside location throughout Ireland. Unlike hotels, which tend to be located in main areas, you will never be too far away from a welcoming Bed and Breakfast. You will find Walkers Welcome B&Bs in close proximity to all the well known walking routes, but most importantly, you will find them close to the walking ‘gems’ that aren’t so well known and are just waiting to be explored. Remember, you hosts will know those hidden treasure trails and will guide you straight to them.

Personal Touch:

The 'personal touch' is one of the most important reasons for staying in a Walkers Welcome B&B.   If you want a unique holiday experience and to immerse yourself in Irish traditions and culture, then bed and breakfast accommodation is for you. Who wants to be just a room number on vacation? When you stay in an Irish B&B you are not a room number, but a special guest, who will be welcomed in and made to feel like a long lost family friend. Hosts will immediately put you at ease and make you feel at home. There is a saying amongst Irish B&Bs: 'Arrive as a guest, leave as a friend.'

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Posted: 12 Jun 2013 by Claire Regan | with 0 comments

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