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B&B Hosts - The Heart and Soul of Irish Accommodation

You may or may not know that B&B Ireland represent more than 800 approved B&Bs in Ireland. Each are unique in their own special way. Many of these B&Bs are ideally located close to Ireland’s most visited tourist attractions making your Irish journey that bit easier. So what sets these bed and breakfasts apart from any other accommodation provider in Ireland? That’s easily answered. The hosts that run these bed and breakfasts are without a doubt the heart and soul of Irish accommodation.

Meet your Host

Upon arrival at your chosen B&B, a traditional Irish welcome is always a guarantee. A friendly welcoming smile and a ‘Cead mile failte’ from your host will be waiting for you at the door. The kettle will be on the boil for a hot cup of tea and homemade treats will satisfy any cravings.

B&B hosts are a great source for information. If you’re planning your journey make sure to get the best knowledge about! Your host will have an endless amount of top tips and knowledge on the area. They can advise you on all the best places to visit, what’s going on in the area and recommend the best restaurants and pubs to wine and dine in. Some hosts might be gracious enough to drop you down to the local Trad session in the pub too.

Many of B&B Ireland’s homes are categorized by activity breaks. If you’re an adventure seeker, angling fanatic or even in search of your ancestry, by choosing your relevant activity, your B&B host can accommodate to your specific needs. It’s an experience that can’t be found in any other home. Many travelers that choose a B&B Ireland home have made life long friends with their host and return time and time again.

So if you’re looking for a getaway break to Ireland with the whole package, you need not look any further than a bed and breakfast. The warm Irish welcome and helpful host awaiting your arrival will be one of the highlights of your trip. And if that doesn’t satisfy your needs, the homemade Full Irish Breakfast will certainly top it off!

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Posted: 06 Jun 2014 by Niall McKee | with 0 comments

Tags: B&B Hosts, Ireland, Irish bed and breakfasts

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