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Experience a farm stay in rural Ireland

When asked to think of Ireland, most people would imagine luscious green pastures, crisp fresh air and friendly, welcoming people. As it happens, that is exactly what guests experience when they choose to  stay in an Irish Farmstay B&B. These bed and breakfasts are situated on working farms, which means that they are often nestled in rural Ireland, where Irish culture and traditions are still alive and thriving.

The Simple Pleasures

A farmstay B&B invites guests to get back to basics and enjoy the simple pleasures that farm-life has to offer. Imagine waking up to the serene sounds of nature, surrounded by stunning landscapes and cute farm animals. It’s such a unique way to fully immerse yourself in the beautiful Irish countryside and experience what it means to live in rural Ireland. Exploring the farm itself is also a treat, breathing in the fresh country air and enjoying the breathtaking views.

Experience a farm stay in rural Ireland

A Farmstay Welcome

When you’re a guest in a farmstay B&B, you can expect warm hospitality from the moment you arrive. Your B&B hosts will make you feel right at home and will be delighted to lend you their lifestyle, by sharing their knowledge of farming practices and traditions in Ireland. You might even get the chance to help out with some farm activities if so wish, such as, collecting the freshly laid eggs. Undoubtedly, a highlight of staying on an Irish farm is getting to enjoy fresh, farm-to-table meals, with many hosts cooking and baking with produce from their own land.

Authentic Ireland

Farmstay B&B hosts are not only knowledgeable about farming, as they are also often very involved in the local community. This means that they have a great insight into the best places to go, the nicest places to eat and the liveliest pubs for some authentic Irish “craic agus ceol” (fun and music). Their local knowledge will allow you to get the very most out of your stay and experience an authentic Ireland.

authentic Irish “craic agus ceol” (fun and music)

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Posted: 13 Feb 2024 by Claire Regan | with 0 comments

Tags: B&B Experience, Farmstays

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