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Reasons to choose a B&B for your staycation

“Staycation” is the buzzword of the year and it brings lots of hope and excitement for when we can explore our wonderful island again. Staying in an Irish bed and breakfast is the perfect choice when booking your accommodation. Here are a few reasons why:

Amazing Locations

Bed and breakfasts are located throughout all of Ireland, in town, city and countryside destinations. B&B Ireland has hundreds of fantastic properties across the entire island, close to all the must-see attractions and hidden gems. Their amazing locations make B&Bs the ideal choice for your staycation, as they act as a fantastic base for exploring your wonderful surroundings.

Attractions on the island of Ireland

Activity B&Bs

After the long-awaited arrival of staycation season, we will all want to make the absolute most of our time exploring Ireland. Our island is renowned for its rolling green landscapes, breath-taking coastline and fascinating history, which makes Ireland the perfect setting for an activity break. Whether you are an adventure seeker, an avid walker or cyclist, a keen golfer, a water-sport enthusiast or just simply want to bring your pet, our Activity B&Bs have got you covered. No matter where your interests lie, there will be a B&B suited just for you.

Activities on the island of Ireland

Covid-19 Safety Charter

When planning our staycation breaks, Covid-19 safety is at the top of our priority lists. We all want to stay safe and well as we explore the amazing sights that Ireland has to offer. B&B properties that have obtained the Covid-19 Safety Charter demonstrate that they are operating in line with public health advice and have safety and cleaning protocols in place. With your safety as our priority, all you need to concern yourself with is choosing a destination and mapping out your dream staycation in an Irish B&B!

Covid-19 Safety Charter Bed & Breakfasts

Prices on average range from €35 - €45 per person sharing and this includes a choice of breakfast options. Of course, the Full Irish Breakfast, is still the most popular on the menu!

 

B&B properties with Fáilte Ireland / NITB Covid-19
Safety Protocols 

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Posted: 12 Apr 2021 by Claire Regan | with 0 comments

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