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Come visit Ireland in the Spring

Come visit Ireland in the Spring

Living in Ireland, I genuinely think that Spring is my favourite time of year. I love to see the landscapes in their forty shades of green splendour, daffodils blooming at every turn and the fresh crisp mornings offering the promise of sunshine.  I would encourage everyone to visit Ireland this Spring and take advantage of the natural beauty and amenities that Ireland has to offer!

Ticks all the holiday boxes!

Come visit Ireland in the SpringIreland in Spring ticks all the holiday boxes no matter where your interests lie. Outdoor enthusiasts will be amazed at the amount of activities that can be enjoyed. There are hiking and cycling trails, such as the Great Western Greenway, which stretches 42km and is Ireland’s longest off-road, traffic free, walking and cycling trail. There’s the Wild Atlantic Way driving route, on the West Coast of Ireland, which is the most captivating road trip you will ever encounter, with blue flag beaches, harbours and beautiful towns and villages dotted along its route. It’s the ideal destination for water-sport fans. Ireland’s Ancient East is a sign-posted pathway leading you to a wealth of Ireland’s heritage and cultural trails that includes castles, abbeys, prehistoric attractions, lighthouses, a famine ship and even a jail!

St Patrick’s Day

Come Visit Ireland in the Spring and watch a St Patrick's Day ParadeSt Patrick’s Day occurs on March 17th and celebrations take place throughout Ireland. Wherever you choose to stay in Ireland, there will be a parade, entertainment and a carnival atmosphere that is family-friendly and lots of fun. From Donegal to Waterford, Galway to Dublin, the craic will be mighty and create holiday memories that will stay with you forever.

Farmstay Bed and Breakfasts

Come visit Ireland in the SpringFarmstay holidays are really special in Springtime. It’s the season for new life and there’s lots of activity with lambs, calves, mares and kids making an appearance. You get to stay with an Irish family and experience the day to day activities that occur on a working farm in a fast and monitored environment. You can take a tour of the farm, help feed the animals, watch the milking process, or if you prefer, just sit back and re-charge your batteries and enjoy home-cooked food in relaxed and comfortable surroundings.

Come visit Ireland in the Spring – you won’t regret it!

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Everyone will love a Farmstay B&B holiday!

Everyone will love a farmstay B&B holiday!

A farmstay B&B holiday is the perfect holiday for everyone, whether you are a couple, a group of friends or a family who wants to experience the great Irish outdoors and all it has to offer.

Get back to nature!

Feed the hens on an Irish Farmhouse holidayAn Irish farmhouse holiday is the perfect way to get up close and personal with nature itself. Farmstay bed and breakfasts are situated on working farms where you can get involved with the day to day workings, under the supervision of the farming host. You can watch the milking process, feed the hens, collect the eggs or see for yourself how the farmer’s sheepdog does a marvellous job of rounding up the sheep from the various fields that surrounds the farm. There’s a petting area where you can meet and pet the farm animals and depending on the time of year, be there to welcome a new arrival.

Lots to learn

Farmhouse hosts are excellent cooks and bakersAs well as being a fun holiday with lots to see and do, it can also be educational for children. They can learn where the food that they eat comes from and the process that’s involved in getting the produce grown, sold and into the shops. Farmstay hosts are also fantastic cooks and like to use the produce that they grow as much as possible in their cooking and baking. You can enjoy a cooking demonstration, if requested, and see how your host prepares the bread and home-baked treats for the day ahead. Depending on the time of year, you may be able to see the jam making process.

Scenic countryside locations

Scenic View Killaloe in County ClareAn important part of the farmstay holiday experience is the beautiful countryside and scenic locations that the farmhouses are located in. Take a guided tour of the farm and its land and enjoy the many leisurely walking trails close to your B&B. Your bed and breakfast will offer a home from home experience with comfortable bedrooms, an inviting sitting-room and of course, delicious home-cooking. If you are looking for a relaxing holiday and to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, then you will love a farmstay B&B holiday!

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