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Sea Court Bed & Breakfast
Sea Court Bed & Breakfast 
Tivoli Road, 0051 Tramore
+353 51 386244, +353 86 8848582
Innkeeper: Thomas Moran
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Knockawn Wood Bed & Breakfast
Knockawn Wood Bed & Breakfast 
Curraleigh, Inniscarra, Blarney
+353 21 4870284
Innkeeper: Ita O'Donovan
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Broadmeadow Country House
Broadmeadow Country House 
Donaghmore Road, Bullstown, Ashbourne
+353 1 8352823, +353 1 8352819
Innkeeper: Sandra and Paul Duff
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Aisling Guest House Bed & Breakfast
Aisling Guest House Bed & Breakfast 
Dublin Road, Baltrasna, Ashbourne
+353 1 8350359, +353 1 8353480
Innkeeper: Rod Cosgrave
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Egans Guesthouse Bed & Breakfast
Egans Guesthouse Bed & Breakfast 
7 Iona Park, Glasnevin, Dublin 9, Dublin
+353 1 8303611, +353 1 8303312
Innkeeper: Pat and Monica Finn
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About Ireland Bed & Breakfasts
Bed and breakfast establishments in Ireland share common history and concept with those in the UK. Again B&B in Ireland is offered in the private residence of the B&B owner. The hosts live on premises and let one or more rooms to travelers for overnight stay. Breakfast is again included in the room price and is usually home cooked. It may vary from a continental breakfast for the lighter appetite to a full breakfast. Most establishments cater for special diets. Bed and breakfasts are to be found in areas where the concentration of travelers is not enough to sustain a hotel. Thus in the most romantic and beautiful places in Ireland you will be able to enjoy charming private homes, which will enchant you with the cordial people, warm atmosphere and harmony with nature.

If you relate Ireland only to endless green landscapes, then think again. The dramatic beauty of its land is hidden not only in the thousands shades of green. Ireland has plenty to offer if you prefer to explore destinations off-the-beaten-track. The underground caverns, springs and chasms of Burren, the areas around Killarney and the Aran Islands provide unforgettable moments close to nature. Don't be surprised to discover that Ireland has 11 well-formed urban areas. These are cosmopolitan and pulsating hubs, the most famous of them being Dublin, Galway, Cork and Limerick. No matter whether you choose a trip to the cities or a countryside vacation, you will experience the warm and hearty welcome of Irish people and their love for poetry. Ireland is the birth place of many famous poets and writers like Yeats and Joyce. Traces of its literary heritage can be found throughout the country. Ireland also has a remarkable history which is discovered everywhere - from the prehistoric stone monuments to pieces of modern art and architecture.
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