Easter B&B Breaks in Ireland
Easter is a wonderful time of year to enjoy a holiday in Ireland. With its mild climate and stunning Spring beauty, it’s the perfect time to visit. It’s hard to believe such a small island has so much to offer, but with 32 counties to choose from, you will be spoilt for choice on places to explore and unique events to experience.
B&Bs make the perfect base
Bed and Breakfast accommodation makes the perfect base for exploring Ireland as homes are located in city, town, countryside and farm locations. They are also situated close to must-see attractions, activities, restaurants and music venues. B&B hosts know their region and will be able to advise you on what to do and see. Many of our B&B homes specialise in Themed Holiday Breaks, so depending on what you want from your holiday, there will be one that suits your interests, including Farmstay B&Bs, Ancestry B&Bs, Activity B&Bs and Food Lovers’ B&Bs.
Farmstay B&B Breaks
Regions to visit
There are five main regions to choose from. The Wild Atlantic Way, which spans from Donegal to West Cork, is renowned for its natural beauty and dramatic coastlines. Ireland’s Ancient East is rich in history going back over 5,000 years and is home to monasteries, ancient ruins and castles. Ireland’s Hidden Heartlands has an abundance of walking and cycling trails, along with rivers and lakes, making it ideal for boat trips, water-sports and fishing. Dublin, the capital city of Ireland, has a wealth of culture, art and nightlife along with charming coastal villages. Northern Ireland is a region of Ireland rich in culture and unique landscapes, such as The Causeway Coastal Route and Belfast City.
Dingle Peninsula, Co Kerry along Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way
No matter where you choose to visit, you will be met with welcoming and friendly people with an abundance of stunning landscapes and historical sites. It is also home to cities and towns renowned for their delicious food and vibrant pubs. Go on and treat yourself to an Easter Break in Ireland, you won’t regret it!
Posted: 05 Apr 2022 by
Claire Regan |
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