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The B&B experience, so much more to discover

Having been in lockdown for over a year, it's exciting that we are going to be able to return to some normality on 2nd June.  With the easing of restrictions and the industry about to re-open, I think it is safe to say we’re all itching to get away and make the past years' frustrations a distant memory!

If you haven’t stayed in a B&B before, then you don’t know what you are missing. Here’s a few insights into what you can expect that will delight and surprise you.

Safety Charter

Your safety is the top priority of our B&B hosts with owners following guidelines issued by the Irish government. Necessary changes to the day-to-day running of their B&B ensure that the services are delivered to you with every precaution possible. The beauty of a B&B stay is that your accommodation is smaller which means less crowding, so you can relax and enjoy your break.

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100s of Bed & Breakfasts

With 100s of Bed & Breakfasts located throughout Ireland, our properties are situated in amazing locations where you don’t always have to spend a fortune to discover hidden gems. You can enjoy fabulous hiking trails, amazing landscapes, stunning beaches and historical sites on the doorstep of our B&Bs that don’t cost anything to visit. Bring a picnic and enjoy a day’s activity for free!

100s of Bed & Breakfasts located throughout Ireland,

Activity B&Bs

Many of our B&Bs specialise in activity breaks. This means that they have expert knowledge on the best places locally to pursue your outdoor activity. So whether your passion is surfing, kiteboarding, golfing, fishing horse-riding or any leisure pursuit, the properties will have secure storage and drying rooms for your equipment. Our B&Bs are in stunning locations, so why not bring your bike or hire one locally and cycle the most picturesque routes stopping off at the friendly village for a bite to eat. Bliss!

Many of our B&Bs specialise in activity breaks.


You can look forward to a delicious home-cooked breakfast where you will be allocated a time to ensure social distancing. It will be table service with an extensive menu to choose from or if you prefer, there will be 'a breakfast to go' option. Just imagine, eating a tasty breakfast sitting at the top of Sliabh Liag Cliffs marvelling at the view or sitting on a picnic bench overlooking a beautiful harbour. Such unique experiences providing amazing memories and photo opportunities to treasure.

B&B Experience, Full Irish Breakfast

Keep discovering

Whatever kind of break you have in mind, our B&B owners will be able to guide you. Thinking about it, how many counties have we visited, but have never really delved into what there is to explore and discover. B&B hosts can guide you to these hidden gems or if you prefer, they will leave you to it. By choosing a B&B stay, you are opting for a safe, relaxing and value-for-money adventure.


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Posted: 24 May 2021 by Claire Regan | with 0 comments

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