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Take an Unforgettable Trip Along The Wild Atlantic Way With Us

Incase you haven't seen, B&B Ireland along with Budget Car Rental Ireland are offering the trip of a lifetime along The Wild Atlantic Way. Classed as the World's longest coastal driving route, the Wild Atlantic Way is attracting great attention this year with thousands of tourists flocking to discover the mysteries and attractions along the West coast of Ireland.

What to do? Where to go?

There's alot to take in along the Wild Atlantic Way. The route stretches over 2,500km with 160 discovery points, 15 signature discovery points, 26 islands to discover and 150 hidden gems! Not to worry though, we don't expect you to complete it all! But you can discover an amazing amount of places along this route in 7 days. We recommend focusing on one or two section of the route when visiting. Each section has its own unique attractions. Be it the highest sea cliffs in Europe coupled with sandy beaches in Donegal, the unique karst landscape of the Burren in County Clare or busy but friendly towns in County Kerry. Your guaranteed an eventful 7 days.

One of the great things about the Wild Atlantic Way is the sheer natural beauty that is on display. The weather along the Wild Atlantic Way can sometimes change in an instant but no photo is spoilt as the landscape shines through each time. But it's not just the landscape that draws people to the route. The local people who inhabit these quaint towns and cities are warm and inviting. B&B hosts are a perfect example. Hosts take pride in showcasing their locality and will go out of their way to make your holiday one to remember. B&B hosts have excellent hints and tips for finding hidden gems along the coastal route.

If you would like to embark on a journey of discovery with 7 nights free B&B accommodation along with free car hire make sure to follow the link below and enter for a once in a lifetime opportunity. Make sure to like our Facebook page also to monitor the competition.

Posted: 07 Nov 2014 by Niall McKee | with 2 comments

Tags: B&B Hosts, Competition, Wild Atlantic Way

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Claire
Hi Rosie
Thank you for your comment. The lucky winner is Lis cuyt from Belgium. It was announced Friday at 5pm via our Facebook page. Here is the link to our page: http://on.fb.me/1p0D4h5 (Copy/Paste URL into browser to view). We will be running similar competitions throughout 2015, so hopefully next Rosie...
17/11/2014 10:12:05
 
Rosie
Who won this competition?? I entered so just curious who won!
16/11/2014 13:30:52
 
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