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Best local hints and tips from your B&B host

Even though Ireland is a small island, there is so much to see and do. B&B accommodation is the perfect place to stay when visiting the Emerald Isle as your B&B hosts will have all the best hints and tips.  This will ensure that you don’t miss out on any of the must-sees sights!

Local hints and tips from your B&B host

B&Bs are the ideal choice of accommodation when looking to have a true, authentic Irish experience. Your hosts welcome you into their home, providing a cosy and comfortable environment to sit back and relax in. Aside from the fantastic accommodation and delicious home-baking, your B&B hosts themselves will make your stay extra special. They will know everything there is know about the surrounding area, and will be more than happy to help you plan your daily itinerary. You can be guaranteed that the best local hints and tips won’t come from a guidebook, but from your B&B hosts!

Local hints and tips from your B&B host

Whether it is finding out the best historical sites nearby or knowing the best beaches for a morning’s surf, your hosts will have you covered. From the most popular tourist attractions to the lesser known hidden gems, your hosts will be able to help shape your holiday in Ireland. In addition to this, they will happily advise on the most delicious places to eat, where serves the best pint of Guinness, or where you’ll find an evening of lively ‘craic agus ceol’ to experience traditional Irish music.

Local hints and tips from your B&B host

Your B&B hosts are there to ensure that your trip to Ireland is the most memorable it can be. They will be welcoming, helpful and full of wisdom, making sure your stay is tailored exactly to your needs. When planning your visit, consider choosing B&B accommodation where you’ll be guaranteed the best local hints and tips from your B&B hosts!

 

Posted: 13 Nov 2018 by Claire Regan | with 0 comments

Tags: B&B hosts, Bed & Breakfast

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