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Friendly, welcoming and great value Bed & Breakfasts

So you are planning a trip to Ireland and you’ve decided that you want to spend a night or two in different locations and travel around the island at your own pace. If you are looking for friendly and great value accommodation, with a warm welcome, then a B&B is the ideal choice for you.

More than just accommodation

You might be wondering what an Irish B&B has to offer. Staying in a B&B in Ireland is more than just somewhere to rest your head before moving on to your next location. B&Bs are family run homes where the owners provide a personal service from the moment your arrive. You can expect stylish ensuite bedrooms offering a high standard of comfort and delicious made-to-order breakfasts.

Personal tour guide

When staying in a B&B in Ireland, you’ll possibly feel like you have your own personal tour guide with the recommendations you receive from your host. They know their area like the back of their hand and will be delighted to help with your itinerary plans. They’ll be there to advise on their favourite restaurants, what activities are in their locality and let you in on the hidden gems to explore that the guide books don’t know about. You will be able to really delve into the region where you are staying and come away with fabulous memories and feeling that you have really connected.

Location is key

We all want different things from a holiday. Some of us may want a city break and others a chance to escape from the hustle and bustle of life and look for a quieter break. Maybe for your holiday adventure you want a bit of both! B&Bs are the ideal accommodation for this as you’ll find them in city, town, farm and countryside locations close to amazing must-see attraction, fabulous hiking trails, golden beaches and historical sites aplenty. No matter where your interests lie, there is the perfect B&B waiting to enhance your holiday experience.

B&B Locator Map

Let the adventures begin

The island of Ireland was made for outdoor adventure. Therefore many of our B&Bs have become specialists in catering for guests who wish to pursue a particular activity such as walking, golf, surfing, fishing and more. Our B&B owners who specialise in a particular activity have been assessed by the Tourism Standards Assessment to become a specialist in that category. They will be able to provide you with expert knowledge on the best places locally to pursue your outdoor activity and their homes will provide suitable facilities such a storage space and drying rooms for equipment.

Booking your B&B accommodation online

Try our easy to use interactive map to pin-point the regions you wish to visit and the Bed & Breakfasts you can book in that region. Booking your accommodation online couldn’t be easier. When you have completed the quick and easy booking process you will receive instant email confirmation of your booking. You can also create login details which allow you to easily track and manage your bookings.

Posted: 28 Jun 2021 by Claire Regan | with 0 comments

Tags: B&B Experience

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