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The Perfect B&B for you

Ireland is at the top of the list for many travellers this year and with good reason! Each year the Emerald Isle will welcome visitors from far and wide. The Giro d'Italia race in Belfast and Dublin, the Croke Park Classic American Football game and the longest coastal driving route in the world is just a snippet of what's in store this year.

Types of Bed and Breakfasts

With all this excitement in store you'll have a tough time choosing what to take in on your visit. But one thing that's sure to be simple and quick is choosing your accommodation. B&B Ireland has got you're back! With over 800 Failte Ireland Approved bed and breakfast's available at the click of a mouse, be sure to choose the type that suits you best.

Country Homes and Town Houses

You guessed it! B&B Ireland Country Homes are the perfect choice when visiting rural Ireland. Be it an adventure, walking or angling holiday, a Country Home is right up your street. Enjoy the comforts of a Georgian residence or a modern bungalow to a traditional Irish home with a beautiful spacious garden.

If a City Break is what's in store for you then look no further than a B&B Ireland Townhouse. These homes are perfect for a visit to the major cities but you can also find delightful Townhouses in towns and villages throughout the island. Picture yourself arriving at one of the many period houses with a warm welcome and fresh pot of tea at the ready.

Farm and Historic Houses

Choosing a farmhouse B&B is an exciting way to spend your time in Ireland. This will be no ordinary holiday! It's a great escape from the hustle and bustle of city life, with so much open space and peace that you can't get anywhere else. Safe access to the farm is a guarantee which is a great way to get up close and personal with nature.

When you choose a historic house you're choosing a piece of history. They are of significant value and all have a story to tell. B&B Ireland Historic Houses are dotted throughout the island in rural and city settings each with its own unique character!

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Posted: 10 Apr 2014 by Claire Regan | with 0 comments

Tags: B&Bs, Farm, Irish bed and breakfasts

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