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Streamline your holiday to Ireland with a Themed B&B

Holidaying in Ireland is such a fun and unique experience because every corner of the beautiful island is jam-packed with must-do activities and must-see attractions. Choosing the right accommodation is absolutely essential when visiting because it will act as your base for exploring your surroundings and making the most of your time. Bed and breakfasts are so popular for this very reason, given that they’re in ideal locations, are quality-assured and have wonderfully helpful hosts. One step further again is choosing to stay in a Themed B&B which are homes that have become specialists in certain areas to make your stay even more perfect. Find out more about the range of Themed B&Bs that Ireland has to offer below:

Farmstay B&Bs

A farmstay B&B is truly like no other type of accommodation as it is a home that is located on a working farm! Guests get a first-hand insight into an authentic rural Irish experience and can escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Not only will you see different farming practices, but an added bonus is that farmstay hosts often use the fresh farm produce for delicious home cooking and baking!
Themed B&Bs - Farmstay

Walking B&Bs

If you’re an avid walker, exploring different trails and hiking routes is one of the best ways to see Ireland. Walking B&Bs are the ideal choice because they have the facilities and knowledge available to make your holiday go without a hitch! The key advantage is that your B&B hosts will be more than happy to provide information on the best walking trails to discover, whilst also having the contacts for walking guides.
Themed B&Bs - Walking

Activity B&Bs

The island of Ireland could not be any more perfect for outdoor activities due to its varied terrains, immaculate beaches and rugged coastlines. This natural beauty makes Ireland a superb holiday destination for a whole range of enthusiasts, including surfers, horse-riders, golfers and anglers, to name but a few.  No matter where your interests lie, an Activity Bed and Breakfast can streamline your holiday, as hosts will have helpful information on where to best experience what you’re looking for!
Themed B&Bs - Activity

Food Lovers B&Bs

When visiting a new place as a foodie, your top priority will always be to seek out the most delicious cuisine and not to waste a single meal on anything underwhelming! This is where a Food Lovers B&B is game-changing! Not only will guests experience authentic Irish home cooking and baking, but the B&B hosts will be passionate about their recommendations for the must-try dishes in the locality and the best restaurants and cafes that are not to be missed.
Themed B&Bs - Foodlovers

Pet Friendly B&Bs

Sometimes the thought of leaving a pet behind is almost enough to stop the holiday planning in its tracks. The perfect solution to avoid this is to stay in a Pet Friendly B&B where your furry friends will be more than welcome! These B&Bs will provide suitable sleeping area, and can even supply some pet essentials such as bowls and leads upon request.

Themed B&B Holidays in Ireland

Posted: 06 Sep 2022 by Claire Regan | with 0 comments

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