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Covid-19 and travel to the island of Ireland

As I am sure you are aware, like many countries around the world, the island of Ireland has confirmed cases of COVID-19. As a nation we are pulling together and are determined to stop this virus spreading and therefore have restrictions in place.

So, what does this mean?

Many of our tourist attractions, museums and galleries will be closed for the foreseeable future. If you are travelling to Ireland it is recommended that you check with your airline, tour operator and B&B Ireland to see how the current situation will affect your plans.

This is a temporary situation and the island of Ireland will be ready and waiting to welcome you once again. Planning and visualising a vacation is a big part of the adventure. So I hope you will take this time to research and plan for a visit in the not too distant future. In the meantime, below are a few scenic photos of what you have to look forward to when you arrive on our beautiful island.

What you can look forward to

The Causeway coastal Route in County Antrim gives rise to one of the most famous road trips in the world, leading you along a 193km stunning drive. It encompasses breath-taking landscapes, beautiful beaches and waterfalls, and world-famous landmarks. ๐Ÿ‘‡

Antrim Coast in Northern Ireland


Sliabh Liag in Donegal will amaze you. At 600m, the sea cliffs are the highest and most impressive marine cliffs in Europe. Located on Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way, the location is a walker’s paradise with outstanding views, so bring your camera! ๐Ÿ‘‡

Sliabh Liag in Donegal


Trim Castle is an impressive Anglo-Norman fortress in Trim, County Meath. Located along Ireland’s Ancient East the castle lies on the south bank of the River Boyne and it is the largest and best preserved castle in Ireland. ๐Ÿ‘‡

Trim Castle in County Meath

Kinsale is a beautiful and popular town in the South West of Cork. It is one of the oldest fishing villages in Ireland and is situated on a commercial harbour. Kinsale is a bustling little hub with beautiful narrow winding streets occupied by quaint artsy shops, eateries and traditional pubs with live music. ๐Ÿ‘‡

Kinsale in County Cork

...and when things get back to normal,  we'll be here waiting to welcome you. ๐Ÿ’š

Posted: 20 Mar 2020 by Claire Regan | with 0 comments

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