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Walking Holidays in Ireland

Walking Holidays in Ireland

Ireland is the perfect destination for a walking holiday and Farmhouse B&Bs make the ideal base. If you want a walking holiday to remember, pack your walking boots and make your way to the Emerald Isle. Farmhouse bed and breakfasts are located throughout Ireland and are surrounded by countryside, mountains, beaches and parklands that were made for a walking adventure.

The Wild Atlantic Way

Walking Sliabh Liag CliffsThe Wild Atlantic Way on the West coast of Ireland is a dream location for walkers. There are mountain hikes, cliff-top and coastal walks and endless walking trails to keep the most avid walker challenged and captivated. From the Sliabh Liag Cliffs in Donegal and the Greenway traffic-free walking trail in Mayo, to the Burren in County Clare and the Kerry Way in County Kerry, each walking trail is as spellbinding as the next and competitive for the most amazing views.

Ireland’s Ancient East

Ireland's Ancient EastFrom The Causeway Coast in Northern Ireland to the Beara Peninsula in Cork and Kerry and every county in between, you’ll be astounded by the mix of scenic walking routes and hiking trails that you can enjoy. With Ireland’s Ancient East experience, there are endless historical trails that offer an insight into Ireland’s past with castles, stately homes, ancient ruins and mythological and archaeological sites aplenty. Ireland’s cities, towns and villages are perfect for an informative leisurely stroll. In fact, cities such as Dublin, Waterford, Derry and Limerick are so compact that they are best explored on foot. You can avail of a guided tour that will take you around the must-see sites and significant historic locations.

Farmhouse Accommodation

Traditional Irish BreakfastAfter a wonderful day exploring the Irish countryside, you can return to your comfortable farmhouse accommodation to relax and unwind. With such comfy surroundings, a wonderful night’s sleep is guaranteed. In the morning, you can tuck into a traditional Irish fry which will undoubtedly set you up for the day ahead. Your B&B host will be on hand and at the ready to help plan your next day’s walking expedition.

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Wild Atlantic Way Coastal Route

The Wild Atlantic Way

The Wild Atlantic Way coastal route on the west coast of Ireland has all the ingredients that make for a fantastic holiday experience. 2,400km of beautiful unspoilt natural landscapes that will, without doubt, take your breath away!


Mullaghmore in Co Sligo along the Wild Atlantic WayThe Wild Atlantic Way is the longest defined coastal driving route in the world. The spectacular Atlantic coastline encompasses the counties of Donegal, Leitrim, Sligo, Mayo, Galway, Clare, Limerick, Kerry and Cork, each one offering unique experiences. The route is well signposted and can be joined at any point. You don’t have to complete it all in one vacation, in fact, it’s best to break your journey up into sections and spend a few days exploring each location.

Céad mile Fáilte

A warm welcome awaits at an Irish Farmhouse B&BFarmhouse B&Bs make ideal accommodation bases and will definitely add to your Wild Atlantic Way adventure. You’ll receive a warm Céad Míle Failte and you’ll experience the true meaning of Irish hospitality. Relax and enjoy tranquil surroundings with hosts that will make sure you have everything you need. They’ll guide you on the must-see sights that make the Wild Atlantic Way so special, from the most famous landmarks including the Cliffs of Moher, Ring of Kerry and the Sliabh Liag Cliffs in Donegal to the lesser known hidden gems that don’t appear in the official guide books.

See and Do

Sliabh Liag in Donegal along the Wild Atlantic WayNo matter where you decide to base yourself along the route, there will be plenty of sites to see, historical ruins, castles, secluded beaches and scenic harbours that will have you reaching for your camera. You will love the friendly towns and villages along the way, with charming restaurants and quaint pubs where fresh seafood is a specialty on the menu. The west coast of Ireland is a haven for outdoor leisure pursuits, so whatever your passion, from walking and cycling, to sailing and golf, your interests will be catered for.

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