In the Land of a Hundred Thousand Welcomes, visitors always feel at home no matter their accommodations. But what if you had the opportunity to stay in an Irish home, and experience the legendary hospitality of Ireland in a unique, exciting way?
At Irish Bed and Breakfasts (B&B’s) you will be welcomed warmly, treated kindly, and offered a glimpse of Ireland known only to natives. It’s about arriving at a home where Irish hospitality is instinctive, visitors are welcomed with a smile, and the host has an interest in your vacation and will share their rich, local knowledge with you. The B&B owners will gladly help you find the best restaurant in town, the best pubs, point you to the best tourist attractions and local amenities and so much more.
Each B&B is unique, rooted in the locality, and some Irish B&B’s have specialties such as farm stays, cooking, golfing, fishing, cycling, or surfing! There’s even a category of B&B’s that can help you trace your Irish roots and ancestry, with contacts for local museums, heritage sites, and knowledge of local families and history.
Staying in an Irish Bed and Breakfast offers travelers the complete flexibility of creating their own itinerary. You can book your accommodations ahead of time, especially recommended if you are traveling in the high season, or take advantage of the ability to select them along the way. Enjoy your choice of accommodations from big cities to small towns, from quaint villages to countryside manors. All Irish B&B’s pride themselves on providing their guests with a fresh, home-cooked full Irish breakfast each morning and quality accommodations that cater to every need.
Most Irish Bed and Breakfasts are owned by the B&B operators themselves, and usually live on the premises. At B&B’s, customers are truly guests, and Irish B&B owners will go out of their way to make sure your stay provides wonderful memories of the Emerald Isle.
So go visit Ireland for a Bed and Breakfast vacation that is truly unforgettable!