Bed and Breakfasts in Ireland offer a real home from home experience to visitors. With a warm Irish Welcome and hospitality second to none, it is time to take a fresh look at Ireland’s wonderful B&B’s. B&B’s in Ireland are located nationwide and many within walking distance of town and city centers. If you like the quiet country lifestyle, stay in a farm or country B&B and take that well deserved break from your busy lifestyle.
From the moment you arrive in an Irish B&B, the warmth of the Irish family home welcome will embrace you. Irish B&B owners pride themselves on their fresh home baking provided for guests on arrival and the home cooked full Irish breakfast each morning. In an Irish B&B you are not just a room number, you are a welcome guest and you will soon feel like part of the family. What better way to experience Irish life and cultures, than in an Irish home setting. The personal touches and great care taken by your B&B host will ensure you have a most memorable Irish vacation.
Don’t spend hours trying to choose the best places to go, your B&B host can recommend all the best local restaurants, pubs, shops, attractions and activities. For those who love their activity vacations, B&B’s now offer specialist services that cater for activity enthusiasts such as golf, walking, adventure seekers breaks and farm stays. B&B Ireland have launched a walking vacation website with the latest information on top walking routes in Ireland, walking specialist B&B’s and details of walking festivals and events. For those who enjoy a more relaxed break, why not learn to make Irish soda bread at a food specialist B&B or learn to speak Gaeilge at a Gaeltacht B&B.
Irish B&B’s are available to book online with instant e-mail confirmation or directly by e-mail or telephone. Your host can even telephone ahead and book a recommended B&B for you in the next town. Many B&B’s do not require pre-booking so you can often travel as you please.
In a B&B you will get to know your host family and you will also meet fellow visitors to Ireland. The cosy and intimate atmosphere in a B&B is unique and cannot be found in other types of accommodation. Guests chat and mingle in the evenings over an Irish coffee or at breakfast over a delicious full Irish. You will arrive as a guest and leave as a friend!
Irish B&B’s are very good value for money and offer great special offers all year round.
Do you need a lift into town or from the airport when you arrive in Ireland? Call your B&B hosts and they would be delighted to pick you up in their car.
If you like a quiet and restful stay, choose a lovely B&B in a rural or village setting where you will get a good nights sleep without listening to pub or club noise that often disturbs your rest in hotels. You can also have a peaceful stay in a city B&B often within walking distance of the city centre.
Experience the charm and character of your B&B, individually decorated guest bedrooms with ensuite facilities. Dining and lounge rooms with personal mementos of your hosts life and travels adorn the rooms. A refreshing change from the standard designs found in other types of accommodation.
Irish Bed and Breakfasts offer modern conveniences found in many types of accommodation such as satellite TV's, wireless Internet, tea/coffee making facilities and easy access to public transportation. Staying in an Irish B&B gives visitors a sense of how the real Irish people live, their daily activities and how they interact. You will feel welcome in an Irish Home from Home.
Would you like to trace your Irish Roots? Stay in an Irish B&B in your old home town. Your hosts will know the local families and give you help and advice on tracing your Irish roots and details of who to visit in the local area that can help. You will certainly never forget your Irish B&B vacation taking home the memories you can treasure forever.
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