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What makes B&B Hosts so Unique?

This year we celebrate 50 years in business. That is 50 years of experience in welcoming visitors to Ireland from all over the world. Staying in an Irish Bed and Breakfast is quite a unique experience and until you have tried this type of accommodation yourself, you might be wondering…what makes a B&B host so special?

The Warm Welcome

It’s so important to feel welcome when you arrive at your accommodation in Ireland and our B&B hosts do this effortlessly. They know the true meaning of Irish hospitality and love meeting new people from all over the globe. They enjoy welcoming visitors into their homes and letting them experience Irish culture and traditions at first-hand. They love to learn about you too! You’ll find our B&B hosts will make you feel at ease from the moment you arrive. There is nothing nicer after a busy day travelling to arrive at your B&B and be met with refreshments and a welcoming smile. You can look forward to quality-assured accommodation, furnished to high standards with your comfort in mind. A good B&B host will be on-hand should you need them, but be discreetly in the background to allow you time to yourself to sit back, relax and enjoy your surroundings.
Bed and Breakfast homes are furnished to the highest of standards

Home Cooking and Baking

B&B hosts are renowned for their cooking skills and tend to provide a varied menu that will delight the most seasoned connoisseur. They offer breakfast options such as smoked salmon and scrambled eggs, pancakes, continental and of course the famous, traditional Irish breakfast. Many hosts bake their own breads and treats, with guests’ firm favourites being soda bread and the Irish breakfast scone, both tasting yummy with a spread of real butter.  Farmhouse B&B hosts tend to grow their own produce and on working farms, they keep livestock. They incorporate these fresh ingredients in their cuisine for guests and the tastes are exceptional. Hosts like to source their goods locally and use only the finest and freshest ingredients. As they have a passion for good food, our B&B hosts will also advise you on the best restaurants to dine out in and what cafés and pubs provide the tastiest traditional delights. Oh, and you can’t leave Ireland without having tried a Guinness and a friendly chat down the local.
B&B Hosts -  Home Cooking and Baking

Local Knowledge

B&Bs in Ireland aren’t just accommodation, they’re an experience. Not only is your host welcoming you into their home like an old family friend, they’ll also be like your own personal tour guide. Their local knowledge is invaluable. They’ll learn about your passions and will be able to advise you on what to do and see in the region to suit your interests. Our B&B hosts are even specialists in a range of exciting 'Themed Holidays' including Farmstay, Walking, Food Lovers and Activity breaks to help make your holiday to Ireland extra special. Their homes have storage facilities to house your bikes, surf-boards, wetsuits, fishing and golf equipment, so you don’t have to think about anything except enjoying your beautiful location and activities.
B&B Hosts - Local Knowledge

Personal Touch

It’s the little touches that make holiday memories that you will cherish forever. We get wonderful feedback from guests where their host has gone the extra mile, such as helping to change a flat tyre, or dropping them into town or even collecting them after dinner. Extras that aren’t part of a B&B host’s duties, but they do it anyway to ensure their guests have an amazing stay. Time and again in reviews the same words are used - kind, thoughtful, helpful, generous and interested. We are so proud of our B&B hosts and what they represent. If you want a unique holiday experience and a welcome like no other, then staying with an Irish family offers you the perfect way to see and capture the true spirit of Ireland.
Our Bed and Breakfast hosts are looking forward to welcoming you!
 

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Posted: 18 Jan 2022 by Claire Regan | with 0 comments

Tags: B&B Experience, B&B Hosts

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