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Sheila shares her B&B holiday experience

The best way to gain an insight into the Irish B&B experience is to hear previous guests talk about their visits to the Emerald Isle. In this blog series, B&B Ireland presents stories from different visitors who tell us all about their stay. This week, Sheila DePalmer from the USA shares her experience…
 
Sheila visited Ireland from America in August with her husband Steve. She has Irish family connections, with both her grandfather and grandmother hailing from County Mayo. In 2015, Sheila decided to trace her ancestry and made connections with several people from her grandfather’s family who still live in Ireland. During this August trip, she had the opportunity to meet some of her cousins and see the ruins of the house where her grandfather was born. 

Sheila shares her B&B holiday experience

Q: What was your favourite part of your B&B stay?

A: “We stayed at Abbey View in August. We had a lovely stay. Just across the road was a beautiful golf course and restaurant. After a long day of driving, we walked across the road, had a nice dinner, walked around the grounds a bit and had a good night sleep. Woke to an amazing breakfast prepared by Bernie.”

Q: How did your host help to make your stay enjoyable?

A: Bernie McTigue was a gracious hostess. She accommodated our late arrival. Suggested the restaurant nearby for our dinner. Made a wonderful breakfast and gladly shared the recipe for her delicious bread.

Q: Reasons why you would recommend staying in an Irish B&B?

A: I would recommend staying at an Irish B&B because you get to experience Irish hospitality and it’s a little more personal than a hotel stay (and usually a better price too!)

Q: What was your most memorable holiday experience in Ireland?

A: Getting to connect with family we had never met before and hiking the Cliffs of Moher were memorable experiences on this trip to Ireland.

My husband Steve and I hope we are able to get back to Ireland again soon!

Booking your B&B holiday stay

Booking your B&B holiday stay 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.
 

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Posted: 16 Jan 2023 by Claire Regan | with 0 comments

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