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Room types available in an Irish bed and breakfast

Whether you are a solo traveller, a couple, a group of friends or a family unit, there is great value available in an Irish bed and breakfast. Many homes also provide child discount and infants under two stay for free.

Room Types

Single - A room with a single bed, suitable for one occupant. If you are travelling solo, bed and breakfast accommodation is the ideal way to explore Ireland. You are in safe accommodation that provides the opportunity to mix with fellow guests in a friendly and welcoming environment.

Single - A room with a single bed, suitable for one occupant

Twin - A room with two separate beds, suitable for two occupants. A perfect room type for friends or a couple who wish to share a room together.

Twin - A room with two separate beds, suitable for two occupants

Double A room with one double bed, suitable for two occupants. Comfortable accommodation for couples who want to stay in a relaxed and welcoming home, close to all the must-see attractions.

Double - A room with one double bed, suitable for two occupants

Double/Single - A room with one double bed and one single bed, suitable for three occupants. Perfect for families or friends travelling together and want to share a room.

Double/Single - A room with one double bed and one single bed, suitable for three occupants.

Triple - A room with three separate beds, suitable for three occupants and an ideal room type for friends who are travelling together and wish to share a room.

Triple - A room with three separate beds, suitable for three occupants and an ideal room type for friends who are travelling together and wish to share a room.

Family Room - A room with one double bed and two single beds or two double beds, suitable for a family of four.

Family Room - A room with one double bed and two single beds or two double beds, suitable for a family of four.

B&B hosts will be on hand to ensure that you have a wonderful B&B experience to include delicious home-cooked food,  information on the best restaurants, pubs with traditional music and travel tips on the must-visit hidden gems in their locality.

Book your dream B&B now!

Posted: 21 Jul 2017 by Claire Regan | with 2 comments

Tags: bed and breakfast room types, staying in a B&B

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