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The Irish Farmstay B&B Experience

Farmstay holidays are a wonderful way to connect with the beautiful Irish countryside and get a taste of what life is like on an Irish working farm. Not only is a farmstay holiday an adventure in itself, but it’s also an opportunity to step away from the fast pace of everyday life and immerse yourself in beautiful nature and Irish culture.

Irish working farms

Irish working farms are an important part of Irish culture, with most farms having been passed down through generations. Back in the old days, many farm chores would have been completed by hand. The same tasks still need to be tended to today, but thankfully now, chores such as milking and saving crops, can be done with the help of machinery. Errands like collecting the eggs, feeding the chickens or new-born animals are still carried out by the families and if you wish, you can help out too! Many farms also have secure petting areas where the cuter animals can be viewed up close. Most farmers will be happy to give you a tour of the farm and explain the day-to-day farming activities taking place for an unforgettable farmstay experience.
The Irish Farmstay B&B Experience

Service and Quality

Back in the day, visitors to farming homesteads would always get a warm ‘Céad Míle Fáilte, lively conversation and home baked treats. Those traditions remain in place today. Farm hosts still prepare meals made with recipes that have been passed down, using fresh ingredients produced on their very own farm. There is nothing more mouth-watering than the smell of freshly baked brown bread. Many B&B hosts are happy to demonstrate how to make the perfect loaf or scone. You will find that Farmhouse B&Bs offer high quality accommodation with hosts that pride themselves on the excellent service that they provide to guests, many of whom return time and again.
Farmhouse Brown Bread
 

Best of both worlds

A farmstay holiday is ideal if you want relax, unwind and experience the real Ireland. You’ll be staying with Irish families who will be delighted to share their culture and stories with you. The farms are surrounded by stunning pastures and unspoilt countryside that are ideal for taking leisurely walks and exploring. Hosts are only too delighted to offer advice on what to see and do in their locality. They’ll share their tops tips with you and let you know their favourite restaurants for scrumptious food and local pubs to enjoy the best live trad music sessions. On days when you want to see a bit more of the region, you can start your day with an amazing home-cooked breakfast that will set you up for a day’s adventure off the farm. After a busy day sightseeing, you can look forward to the tranquil retreat of your farmstead haven. You’ll be glad you chose an Irish farmhouse holiday for a truly unique B&B experience.

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Posted: 01 Feb 2022 by Claire Regan | with 0 comments

Tags: B&B Experience, Farmstays

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