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Discover Quality Irish Cuisine | Food Lovers Welcome

Looking for a bed and breakfast with a tasty twist? Are you craving an Irish food experience like no other? A Food Lovers Welcome Bed and Breakfast could be the perfect choice for you. So what’s in store when you choose your Food Lovers Welcome Bed and Breakfast? As always you can expect a warm welcome and delicious homemade treats but there's so much more to discover! Here is just a taster of some of the fantastic Food Lovers Welcome Bed and Breakfast's.

Food Lover Bed and Breakfast's

If you’re considering a trip down South in search of fine Irish cuisine look no further than Applecroft Bed and Breakfast, a top notch Food Lovers Welcome B&B located on a small farm with a gracious host awaiting your arrival. Kathy has featured many of her delicious homemade recipes on our blog from Nectarine Crumble Cake to Kathy’s popular Chunky Funky Granola. In the morning you can expect a Full Irish with all the trimmings. Enjoy the freshly laid eggs courtesy of Bluebell and the rest of the happy free range hens. Food Lover hosts will organize food trails of the local farms and provide their famous recipes for you to recreate.

If you find yourself in the East of Ireland and are feeling a little peckish, a night in Moate Lodge Bed and Breakfast will definitely whet your appetite. A candlelit dinner in the dining room is a real treat where your host Mary showcases her quality cooking. Be it a Guinness pie, an Irish stew or Colcannon, you’re sure to be satisfied. Food Lover B&B hosts will provide info on local food producers, markets, restaurants and schools so you can get the most out of your cuisine holiday.

A real hidden gem which is a food lover's paradise is An Dun Bed and Breakfast on Inis Meain Island off County Galway. Guests can expect a wholesome dining experience sourced direct from Padraic and Teresa's garden. Fresh local seafood and vegetables are a big hit in Teresa's restaurant and cooking demonstrations are provided.

So if you find yourself in search of that authentic Irish Cuisine look no further than a Food Lovers Welcome Bed and Breakfast. You're guaranteed cuisine experience from hosts that take pride in their produce.

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Posted: 31 Mar 2014 by Claire Regan | with 0 comments

Tags: B&Bs, Food Lovers, Irish bed and breakfasts

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