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How to choose the right B&B for you

Irish Bed and Breakfast properties are a fantastic accommodation option when travelling to and around Ireland.  With welcoming hosts, comfortable bedrooms, delicious food and home from home comforts, B&Bs are the perfect base for exploring the Emerald Isle.  Whether you are booking a holiday to Ireland or taking an Irish staycation break this summer, B&Bs are the perfect choice of accommodation for everyone. With 100s of Bed and Breakfasts across Ireland to choose from,  you really will be spoiled for choice! 

Location, Location, Location

There are B&Bs located in every county of Ireland so the first step is to think about where you would like to be based.  There are five main regions in Ireland, all offering something unique and different: County Dublin, The Wild Atlantic Way, Ireland’s Ancient East, Northern Ireland and Ireland’s Hidden Heartlands.  There is an abundance of B&B properties located in all five regions, with friendly hosts waiting to welcome you to the area, tell you about all the hidden gems to be discovered and help you to plan your itinerary during your stay.

Types of B&Bs

There are so many different  types of B&Bs in Ireland located in town, city, country and farm locations.  No matter what your interest, there is a B&B to suit everyone.  Farmstay B&Bs are the perfect option for those looking to experience a traditional farm life surrounded by nature and animals.  Walkers Welcome B&Bs specialise in welcoming visitors with a keen interest in walking and hiking, while Pet Friendly B&Bs welcome those who want to bring their beloved pets with them.  There are also B&Bs that cater specially for adventure seekers and food lovers.  You can book single, twin, triple or family rooms, meaning solo travellers, couples, groups and families are all catered for.

Attractions

B&Bs are located close to all of the best attractions in Ireland, making them the perfect base for exploring all that Ireland has to offer.  Bed & Breakfasts are near to all of Ireland’s stunning sights such as famous Kilkenny Castle in Kilkenny City, the breath-taking Sliabh Liag in County Donegal or Mizen Head in County Cork.  They are also located close to beautiful beaches, waterfalls, walking and cycling trails, as well as historical sights.  By staying in an Irish B&B, you are guaranteed to see all the best of what Ireland has to offer and to create memories to last a lifetime.

Find the right B&B for you

Posted: 27 Jul 2021 by Claire Regan | with 0 comments

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