Visitors to Dublin are always met with a ‘Cead Mile Failte’ – a hundred thousand welcomes. The city’s reputation for charisma, friendliness and hospitality is world-renowned.
If visiting Dublin on a short break, why not look at staying in bed and breakfast as an alternative to a large hotel. In doing so, you can enjoy Dublin’s charm and hospitality at its finest and be welcomed with a famous Irish breakfast, with locally sourced produce, homemade bread and the nation’s second favorite drink, a cup of tea.
Embrace your host’s local knowledge and get the lowdown on visitor attractions close to your bed and breakfast accommodation. Also tap into the local lowdown on the city’s best eateries and bars as the city can be expensive if you stumble into certain quarters. You’ll find an array of wonderful bed and breakfasts to suit your stay whether you long for good old fashioned Irish hospitality and charm or cosmopolitan design and style.
Dublin definitely has something for everything and a warm welcome is certain.