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Bed and Breakfast Home Stay Vacation in Ireland

There is so much a home stay has over accommodation in a hotel during a vacation. Not only do you get a chauffeur and a guide, you also get to experience the Irish culture in a real way. The hosts, who are always friendly, understand the area well and would give relevant and insider information. Moreover, you are guaranteed of a traditional Irish breakfast.

Homestay Bed and Breakfast is common in Ireland. This is how your typical Homestay Bed and Breakfast looks like:

Day 1.

Arrival. The assigned driver and guide pick up the guest at the Dublin Airport. They then check them in in the suitable Bed and Breakfast. Note that this will be home for two nights. After checking in the guest is free, and they can relax or if they choose take a stroll to town.

Day 2.

The second day tour is centered in Dublin. Dublin is Ireland’s capital as well as the largest city. It’s a commercial hub in its own right. Commerce aside, Dublin is a very spectacular city. It has many interesting places to visit. The Dublin Phoenix Park, Dublin Castle, Trinity College, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, the National Museum of Ireland and the Guinness Storehouse are all worth a visit.

Don’t be chained to the vehicle. Dublin is best explored on foot or on a bicycle. Cycling infrastructure is super, you will enjoy it. After the visits, the guests are free.

Day 3.

The tourist band drives south to Killarney. Killarney does not disappoint. So much to sample. The town of Cashel is the first stop. The breathtaking Rock of Cashel is a conspicuous feature. The guests also check out the amazing monuments like the Romanesque Chapel, Gothic Cathedral and Hall of the Vicars Choral.

The journey then proceeds to Killarney where the visitors lodge. This will be the base for two nights.

Day 4.

The tour of County Kerry continues. In the morning, the visitors experience the Ring of Kerry. It is the jaw-dropping drive around Iveragh Peninsula. It begins at Killarney through Cahiriciveen, Waterville, Killorglin Sneem, and Mull’s Gap and back to Killarney.

In the afternoon, the fun moves to Killarney National Park. The beautiful lush terrain with mountains and lakes. In the park, is the Muckross House in which lies a rich collection of historical artefacts of the Kerry people.

Day 5.

The itinerary for day five has only one thing. A tour of the great Cliffs of Moher. From Killarney, the journey is north bound to Co Clare. Well, the cliffs are an epitome of natural beauty. Towering 700ft (214m) high, the cliffs present a spectacular view of the surrounding landscape. Besides, with over 30,000 birds it’s a bird watching paradise.

After cameras storage capacity is exhausted, the team can proceed to Bunratty where they will be lodging for two nights. Accommodation is in a local Bed and Breakfast.

Day 6.

All roads lead to Galway. Attractions including Salmon Weir Bridge, Eyre Square (JFK memorial) and Court House are visited. The Connemara tours culminates in a visit to the coast.

Day 7.

Departure. After breakfast the team is chauffeured to Shannon Airport.

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