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Top Tips for Booking your Summer Holiday

Ireland is the ideal holiday location, with its stunning landscapes, the abundance of things to see and do, and of course, the friendly and welcoming atmosphere. On the Emerald Isle, you are guaranteed a memorable and magical experience that will leave you planning a return visit before you’ve even returned home! When organising your trip away, there is so much to consider so here are some tips for booking your Irish summer holiday to ensure you choose the vacation that suits you best.


Top tips for booking your Summer HolidayIt’s important that if you are travelling peak season to book your flights and accommodation early to ensure you get the best deals. When planning a holiday, choosing where to stay is essential to get right. B&B accommodation is the perfect choice and is good value for money. They also act as a great touring base as they are situated in a wide variety of locations, unlike hotels which tend to be located in central regions.  B&B hosts are friendly, provide delicious food and will have a great knowledge of their locality. Staying with an Irish family, you get the chance to immerse yourself fully in the Irish culture and truly experience Ireland’s uniqueness.


Top Tips for Booking your Summer HolidayFor such a small island, Ireland packs in so many diverse locations that cater for any holiday imaginable! Your first step when planning a trip should be deciding if you want a countryside, town or city break, or even a mixture of all three. There is nowhere better than the Irish countryside to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, with the fresh air and peaceful surroundings. Irish cities and towns are a hive of activity, without being overly hectic and are ideal for taking in all the must-see sights. What’s more, due to Ireland’s compact size, the countryside and city locations are never too far away from each other so you could easily plan to experience both on your holiday.


Top Tips for booking your Summer HolidayIt’s always a good idea to tailor your holiday based on your interests to ensure you get the most out of your time. From history and culture, to sightseeing and water-sports, Ireland has you covered no matter where your interests lie. The Emerald Isle has such a fascinating history that gives rise to some fantastic historical and cultural sites. It is also a country of magnificent natural beauty and is home to stunning sights that will take your breath away. If it’s a more active holiday you’re after, Ireland’s diverse landscapes and brilliant waters make it the ideal location for a whole range of hobbies, from golfing, walking and horse-riding, to surfing, kayaking and fishing. 

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Posted: 28 Mar 2015 by Claire Regan | with 6 comments

Tags: accommodation, Irish bed and breakfasts, Summer Holiday

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Karen O'Connor
Thanks David - Glad you found the post useful. Have you planned your trip yet?
Karen - B&B Ireland
30/11/2016 15:01:13
Thanks for providing these tips. Its always a good idea to tailor holidays according to your interest.
29/07/2016 06:22:24
Hi Thomas, the nearest B&B we have to your required location is Castletown House, Rathdowney, Laois. Just copy this link into your browser to view: It is approx 17km from the castle.
10/07/2015 11:01:43
Thomas Deegan
Can you recommend a good b&b close to O'Duigen castle in County Laois, near Roscrea?
09/07/2015 18:44:09
Hi Elizabeth

There is so much to see and do in Ireland and hopefully we will cover more over the coming months. If you have any advice or particular places that you enjoy visiting, we would be delighted to hear from you.
01/04/2015 16:27:41
Elizabeth Sutton
A good way to advertise the best of Ireland but there is so much more.
01/04/2015 14:59:52
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