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We have a Bed and Breakfast to suit you!

Here in Ireland, we have many types of B&B homes located across the length and breadth of our island. Whether you are a city-break seeker or a countryside escaper, whether you want to stay in a beautiful townhouse or in a charming historic home, or even if you want to experience life on a working farm, there is a quality-assured B&B suited to you. Best of all, whatever type of accommodation you decide to stay in, there will be a friendly B&B host ready to welcome you.

Staying with an Irish family provides a really unique cultural experience and unlike hotels which tend to be only located in central locations, B&B accommodation can be found in all regions throughout Ireland with choices that include:

Types of B&B Homes

Town House B&Bs – these are homes located in city, town or village locations. They are usually detached and semi-detached period houses. They are ideally located for city visits and are close to train and bus services.

Country Home B&Bs – these homes are located in a rural setting and vary in design from Georgian properties to modern bungalows and traditional Irish homes. These properties have lovely gardens and are surrounded by the beautiful Irish countryside.

Farmhouse B&Bs – these are homes that are set on a working farm. Typically located in rural Ireland, these B&Bs can be either a traditional or modern farmhouse. Any home offering a farmstay holiday will allow safe access to the farm, with modern amenities and facilities.

Historic B&Bs – Historic houses are private homes of significant architectural merit and character. They are based in towns and rural settings and make for an idyllic stay in Ireland.

We have a Bed and Breakfast to suit you

B&B Hosts

When you arrive at your welcoming B&B, all you have to do is drop your bags and let the adventures begin. Irish B&B hosts have been welcoming visitors for years and they simply excel at it. They have a wealth of knowledge, ranging from the greatest hiking trails and attractions to the best restaurants and traditional Irish music sessions. With hundreds of B&B homes to choose from, you’re assured to find the perfect Bed and Breakfast to suit your location and needs.

B&B hosts are looking forward to welcoming you

Booking online

Booking online with B&B Ireland couldn’t be easier. It is a safe and reliable way to secure your accommodation in Ireland. Once your booking is complete, you’ll receive instant email confirmation. You can also create login details which will allow you to easily amend bookings. Our interactive Bed and Breakfast Locator Map makes it easy to find and book homes in a few simple steps.

Bed & Breakfast Homes Locator Map


 

Posted: 11 May 2022 by Claire Regan | with 0 comments

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