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Christmastime in Ireland

There is something indescribably magical about Christmastime in Ireland.  Every city, town and village is lit up by Christmas lights and decorations, shop windows are adorned with stunning festive displays and most importantly, the Irish people welcome home family and friends and offer a warm Ceád Míle Fáilte to visitors.

The Festive Buzz

Traditional pub at ChristmasThe best thing about Christmas in Ireland is the buzz that’s in the air, no matter where you go. This time of year means something special to everyone and so, the overall atmosphere is one of excitement and anticipation. The Irish pub at Christmas is an integral place of the local community and is a great place to be soak up the festive spirit. Christmas tunes will be playing, the craic will be flowing and visitors will be made to feel right at home.

Christmas Shopping

Christmas in Ireland isn’t complete without a shopping spree! The Emerald Isle is home to all of the high street stores but also, many unique Irish boutiques and pop-up Christmas markets where an extra-special present can be picked up. There is a wonderful selection of cafes and restaurants all over Ireland where you can relax after a successful day’s shopping and enjoy a tasty meal and maybe even an Irish coffee!

Irish B&B Accommodation

If you’re planning a trip to Ireland this Christmas, why not consider an Irish B&B for your accommodation? Christmastime in an Irish home is all about the coming together of family, so there will be a wonderful atmosphere in any B&B you choose to stay in. With the warm and cosy bedrooms, open fires and hearty breakfasts in the morning, an Irish B&B is perfect for the ideal Christmas retreat.  Your B&B will act as the perfect base for exploring the locality and what’s more, hosts will be more than happy to help in planning your itinerary so that you don’t miss out!

Wherever you choose to visit in Ireland this Christmas, you are guaranteed a memorable experience. With Christmas music playing, stunning decorations all around and breath-taking wintery landscapes, Ireland promises to give you a magical Christmas this year.

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Christmas property image: Rose Cottage Bed and Breakfast, Carrickfergus, Co Antrim

Posted: 02 Dec 2014 by Claire Regan | with 0 comments

Tags: Christmas, Irish bed and breakfasts

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