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Plan Your Dream Trip to Ireland

When you are planning a trip to Ireland, it’s important to decide what you want to get out of your trip. If you are looking to really immerse yourself in Irish culture and have an authentic experience, deciding to stay in an Irish B&B is the perfect choice! No matter what regions you wish to visit or where your interests lie, there is a dream trip waiting for you.

Choosing your regions to visit

Most visitors to Ireland like to take a tour of the island, exploring both city and countryside locations. Depending on the length of your stay, you might choose to spend a couple of days in a few different locations to really delve into Ireland’s hidden jewels. Given that our island has 32 amazing counties to explore, it can be a difficult decision to pinpoint where exactly to visit. Below are the five main sections of Ireland to help make this choice a little easier:

Wild Atlantic Way - Go on a journey of discovery along 2,500km of the most captivating coastal route. Explore stunning headlands, harbours, sandy beaches and breath-taking viewing points.  

Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way

Ireland's Ancient East - Experience the wealth of heritage Ireland has to offer, including castles,stately homes and amazing ruins.                

Ireland's Ancient East

The Causeway Coast - Spanning 193km, this stunning part of Northern Ireland provides a wealth of incredible attractions and scenery.  

Causeway Coast

Visit Dublin - Ireland’s capital makes for an amazing adventure, with its beautiful medieval architecture, fascinating historical attractions and a vibrant social scene.   

Visit Dublin

Ireland's Hidden Heartlands - With its exceptional beauty and tranquillity, the outstanding region of Ireland is just waiting to be discovered.   

Ireland's Hidden Heartlands

How to Book

Accommodation is key when visiting the island of Ireland. B&B homes are located throughout the island and are run by Irish families that can’t wait to share their culture with you. Bed and breakfasts are located close to the well-known attractions and your B&B hosts will know their local hidden gems and will be able to direct you to them. From the moment you arrive, you will receive a welcome like no other. From comfortable bedrooms to delicious made-to-order breakfasts, your B&B hosts will be at your service. B&B Ireland have been welcoming guests to Ireland for over 50 years, assuring quality of service, guest safety, comfort and a memorable stay.

B&B Ireland Bed and Breakfast Accommodation

If you are travelling in high season, it is recommended that you book your accommodation ahead of arrival to ensure you can secure the dates desired. Book online with B&B Ireland using our secure and trusted website, where you can create login details which will allow you to easily amend bookings. Our interactive Bed and Breakfast Locator Map makes it easy to find and book homes in a few simple steps.

B&B Ireland's B&B Locator Map

Posted: 01 Dec 2021 by Claire Regan | with 0 comments

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