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Staying at a Farmstay B&B

Ever dreamt of waking up at an enchanting farm house in the Irish Countryside?

You can't get more authentically Irish, than experiencing life on a farm. Located through-out Ireland, these old style farm houses are an ideal venue for getting back to nature. Wake up to the crow of the rooster, collect freshly-laid breakfast eggs, explore the different animals on the farm or simply wander through the rolling pastures.

Your B&B host will be there to guide you every step of the way. Learn about life on a farm and enjoy the fabulous food on offer. As you rise from your cosy bed, take a stroll through the farm before tucking into your freshly made Irish breakfast.

Reviews from those who have experienced a B&B Ireland farmstay:

We highly recommend it to everyone. We enjoyed the great Irish breakfast and we loved being around the horses, sheep, emu, bunnies, and other animals. Kate & Mike

We had a wonderful stay at a farmhouse in Ireland. The family were warm and welcoming, the food wonderful and the accommodations excellent.  The grandchildren enjoyed the farm animals, a fabulous experience for them. Norma

The animals welcome you upon your entrance to the parkway, it was a wonderful experience, highly recommend it. Sam

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Posted: 11 Aug 2016 by Karen O'Connor | with 0 comments

Tags: Farm, Farmstays, Irish Farm Holidays, Irish Farmstay Holiday

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