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Welcoming 2021 with open arms

Every time a new year rolls around, it is met with excitement and hope for a fresh start and for what the upcoming year holds. This year, more than ever, we are all welcoming 2021 with open arms! 2020 presented a lot of unique challenges for a lot of people, but 2021 will hopefully be a breath of fresh air.

Travel in 2021

Every new year is an opportunity to set new resolutions, in the hopes of making the year ahead the best it can be. One resolution to add to your list for 2021 is to make the most of travel, when it is safe to do so again. Entering this new year, a lot of hope lies ahead with vaccination rollouts and we are slowly getting closer to safer travel!

Cliffs of Moher

A warm welcome awaits

In the past, we were all guilty of putting off our dream holiday or making excuses as for why it might not be the right time. However, when travel is deemed safe again in 2021, we should jump at the opportunity to explore the amazing island of Ireland. Whether you are visiting the Emerald Isle from elsewhere, or you are lucky enough to call here your home, our Bed & Breakfast properties across Ireland are patiently waiting to warmly welcome you. 

Bed & Breakast properties

When we can travel again

From the luscious green landscapes and breath-taking scenery, to the fascinating history and delicious cuisine, “exploring Ireland” should take pride of place on our 2021 bucket lists. As we welcome 2021, it is time to be hopeful and excited for when we can travel again! Enjoy the daydreaming and  planning destinations, until an amazing trip around Ireland becomes a reality!

Giant's Causeway, Co Antrim

...and when the time is right, we'll be waiting to welcome you with open arms.  

 

Posted: 11 Jan 2021 by Claire Regan | with 0 comments

Tags: Travel

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