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Planning your trip to Ireland in 2020

So now that you have your flights booked to Ireland, here are some ideas to give you inspiration on the best steps to take when planning your trip to Ireland to ensure that it is an experience of a lifetime.  It’s time to live the trip you’ve been dreaming about in 2020!

Choose your destination

There are so many wonderful counties in Ireland.  You can visit a bustling city such as Dublin or Cork, or visit a more rural and serene location such as Donegal or Kerry.  There are famous coastal routes such as the Wild Atlantic Way, which takes in the entire west coast of Ireland, or choose Ireland’s Ancient East which is steeped in ancient history, such as castles and ruins.  The great thing about Ireland is that it takes no longer than six hours to travel from one end of the country to the other, meaning you can visit a wealth of places during your stay.  We advise you to select the destinations you want to visit in advance so that it is easier to plan the rest of your trip.

Molly Malone statue, Dublin City

Book accommodation

Once you know the regions in Ireland that you wish to visit, you can book your accommodation. B&B Ireland have over 700 Bed and Breakfast located throughout Ireland with hosts waiting to welcome you.  Staying in an Irish B&B with an Irish family is a chance to immerse yourself in the Irish culture and learn about the local area, as your hosts have a wealth of local knowledge.  You can expect a warm and personal service in quality-assured properties.  We advise you to book your B&B accommodation in advance to ensure that there is availability in your chosen home on the dates you are visiting Ireland. You can book B&B homes securely online on our trusted website that is used by tourists all over the world.

B&B Ireland Locator Map

Tourist attractions

There are so many amazing tourist attractions and places of interest for people visiting Ireland.  From famous locations such as Cliffs of Moher, Trinity College and the Giant’s Causeway, to beautiful beaches, historical sites and endless outdoor activities, Ireland has it all!  B&Bs are located close to all these local attractions, so they are a great base for exploring the area and hosts will guide you to all the hidden gems. 

Giant's Causeway, a UNESCO World Heritage Site

Food and Entertainment  

Ireland is famous for its tasty food experiences, with a huge range of pubs and restaurants to choose from.  Restaurants are located in amazing locations, such as idyllic bays overlooking fabulous sea views as well as right in the hub of Ireland’s wonderful nightlife.  You can experience everything from fine dining to tasty pub grub.  Irish people are known for their fantastic musical ability, so it is essential to visit a traditional Irish pub to sample some of the wonderful music and dance that Ireland has to offer.  While you are there, you may even experience a pint of Guinness while spending time with the friendly local people.

Ireland has a fantastic food scene

Book online with B&B Ireland using our safe, secure and trusted website.  You will receive instant email confirmation of your booking. You can create login details which will allow you to easily add, amend or cancel bookings. Our interactive Bed & Breakfast Locator Map makes it easy to find and book homes in a few easy steps.

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Posted: 28 Nov 2019 by Claire Regan | with 0 comments

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