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Christmas...the ideal time to plan your 2019 trip to Ireland

With the new year just around the corner, Christmas is the ideal time to plan your 2019 trip to Ireland! When you have booked your vacation, you can look forward to witnessing stunning landscapes, fascinating history and culture and wonderful Irish traditions. The Emerald Isle is one of those special places that is beautiful all year round.

Destinations

When planning any vacation, choosing your ideal destination is key. As Ireland is such a small island, there is the opportunity to visit more than one location in a trip. Some brilliant ways of exploring Ireland are sticking to well-organised routes, such as The Wild Atlantic Way, Ireland’s Ancient East, Ireland’s Hidden Heartlands or the Causeway Coastal Route!

Christmas is the ideal time to plan your 2019 trip to Ireland

The B&B Experience

Once you’ve decided on the destinations you would like to visit, booking your accommodation should be next on your agenda. Where you stay can really make or break a trip, so the B&B experience is the ideal choice. Bed and breakfasts are dotted all over Ireland, and are the ideal base for exploring your surroundings. Your friendly hosts will guide you to the most scenic landscapes, historical attractions and outdoor activities.

Christmas is the ideal time to plan your 2019 trip to Ireland

Themed Holiday

If you have a particular interest then you can incorporate it into your vacation. B&B Ireland offers a range of Themed Holiday B&Bs depending on what you would like to do, ranging from Farmstay, Walking and Activity breaks to B&B stays that can help trace your Irish roots. B&B hosts will be more than happy to help you plan your itinerary – so you can get on with enjoying your 2019 trip to Ireland.

Christmas is the ideal time to plan your 2019 trip to Ireland

Christmas is the ideal time to plan your 2019 trip to Ireland

Posted: 13 Dec 2018 by Claire Regan | with 1 comments

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Eliza Jennifer
Nice post shared here. Good work and keep it up. Wishing you a very warm and blessed Happy New Year 2019.
28/12/2018 20:43:11
 
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