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The B&B Breakfast Experience

The B&B Breakfast is a central part of staying in a B&B in Ireland. The breakfast is an enticing element of the whole unique experience and it is included in the price of your stay. This tasty morning meal consists of a variety of freshly cooked breakfast options, with something to suit everyone’s tastes.

Traditional Irish Breakfast

B&B hosts are renowned for their freshly cooked ‘Full Irish Breakfast’ which is a favourite of many guests. This tasty feast consists of egg, bacon, sausage, white and black pudding and tomato. It’s served with Irish soda or brown bread and is accompanied with tea/coffee. B&B hosts like to source their ingredients locally and many use home-grown produce. Whichever B&B you choose to stay in, each region will have its own unique flavours and recipes.

B&B Ireland - Full Irish Breakfast
 

Other Options

In order to cater for all tastes and dietary requirements, B&Bs provide a varied breakfast menu. Other breakfast options can include smoked salmon and scrambled eggs, pancakes, breakfast rolls, fresh fruit, yoghurts, cereals and home-made bread and scones, to name but a few. This ensures that there is a breakfast for every palate. B&B hosts pride themselves on the quality of produce and the personal service they give to each guest.

B&B Ireland - Breakfast Options in an Irish B&B

The Experience

Not only can you look forward to great food in comfortable surroundings, you will also experience the warm Irish hospitality from your hosts. They will also ensure that you have an unforgettable food experience that will fuel a busy day of exploring the beautiful island of Ireland. You will also have the chance to meet other guests who are staying in the B&B and share travel stories and tips. Staying in an Irish B&B is more than just accommodation, it is an experience!

B&BS in Ireland are more than just accommodation

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Booking your B&B accommodation online couldn’t be easier. Click on the below link and choose from 100s of Bed and Breakfast home located across the island of Ireland.

Choose from hundreds of B&Bs located across Ireland using the B&B Locator Map

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

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