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Travelling to Ireland in the Autumn

There are so many advantages to travelling to Ireland in the Autumn. Not only will your flights be cheaper, but you will also be able stay in Bed & Breakfast homes at a lower cost than you would in the peak season months! The weather is moderate, so as long as you wear suitable attire, you are in for a fantastic vacation!

Places to Visit

Dublin B&Bs - Dublin, Ireland's capitial county, has something for everyone, including its bustling city that is home to some of Ireland's most iconic tourist attractions.  There are also stunning beaches and picturesque towns and villages dotted throughout the whole county. 

Northern Ireland B&Bs - Northern Ireland provides a wealth of incredible tourist attractions, scenic landscapes and fascinating history and culture. You’ll be spoilt for choice on what to see and do each day!

Wild Atlantic Way B&Bs - Go on a journey of discovery along Ireland's most captivating road trip, the Wild Atlantic Way. Travel along the West of Ireland and visit some of the most breath-taking areas of scenic beauty in Ireland.

Ireland’s Ancient East B&Bs - Ireland's Ancient East provides visitors to the Emerald Isle with the perfect opportunity to explore and discover 5000 years of Ireland’s history and culture. This region has so much to offer, from discovering fascinating historical sites and unravelling famous myths and legends, to walking though beautiful landscapes and appreciating stunning scenic views!

The Ring of Kerry – This is one of Ireland’s most famous driving routes, boasting magnificent mountain regions, dramatic landscapes and stunning Blue Flag beaches. It is home to Killarney National Park and all it has to offer, which includes the Lakes of Killarney, Muckross House & Gardens, Torc Waterfall and Ross Castle.    Kerry B&Bs

Cliffs of Moher – This is one of Ireland’s most famous and visited natural attractions, consisting of spellbinding towering cliffs, standing 214m at their highest point and stretching 8km along the Atlantic Coast.   Clare B&Bs

Blarney Castle - This castle attracts over 200,000 visitors every year! Located just 10km from Cork City, the castle’s most famous attraction is the Blarney Stone. It is said that once you kiss the stone, you’ll never be lost for words again!  Cork B&Bs

Check out our easy to use Bed & Breakfast Locator Map, where you can quickly find your dream B&B based on location or chosen activity.

B&B Locator Map


Posted: 26 Sep 2016 by Claire Regan | with 0 comments

Tags: Attractions, Ireland in Autumn, See and do Ireland

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