A major expense on any European vacation is the cost of accommodations. No matter where you go, whether the Celtic metropolis of Dublin or a mid-sized town like Galway – the neighbourhood and style you choose helps to shape your experience.
Our multi-day tours allow you to experience the various regions of Ireland easily and in comfort. Departures several times a week also mean that you will likely find something to match your travel plans when time is at a premium. On regular scheduled departures you can choose between two kinds of accommodation as follows;
We understand that you want to get out of the cities and explore the picture postcard regions that Ireland is famous for without having to navigate narrow rural roads and foreign car rental concerns. We also appreciate that you’d prefer to spend an extra day on vacation in Ireland rather than have a chocolate on your pillow in the evening.
That’s why for many visitors to Ireland B&Bs can be the right choice. B&Bs are generally small, warm and family- run accommodations, offering an authentic local welcome at a reasonable price. They provide an affordable place to stay with hotel- style privacy and keep you closer to the local people and culture.
You’ll enjoy a private room with en- suite (in the room) bathroom and a cooked breakfast in the morning. While B&Bs typically lack certain services offered by hotels such as fancy lobbies, bars, evening dining and room service, they are typically close to great local entertainment options such as pubs, restaurants and music venues.
In many regions like Kerry, the B&B is the primary style of available accommodation as certain provinces are too remote to support a range of hotels throughout the year. That’s why you are likely to meet a wide demographic of travellers on our multi- day tours from those who usually sleep in a tent to those who usually check into the InterContinental in Dublin’s ivy-clad embassy belt. Typical demographics include couples, young families, professionals, retired and solo travellers of all ages.
Double Room: a private room with one double size bed for a couple. Rooms include private bathroom as standard. Rates are per person sharing.
Twin Room: a private room for two people with two single beds. Rooms include private bathroom as standard. Rates are per person sharing.
Triple Room: a private room for three people with a private bathroom as standard. Rates are per person sharing. Beds are available in various configurations e.g. three friends or parents and child. Please email your booking reference code & specific requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Single Room / Supplement: a private room for one person including private bathroom as standard. Single supplements typically apply as is standard across Europe. Please see individual itineraries for single pricing.
This option offers somewhere clean, comfortable and social for travellers to sleep, eat and socialize. Although the hostels are most popular with our younger guests (18 – 30 years old), mature guests often choose this option also. Everyone is welcome. Typical demographics include international exchange students, university groups, gap-year travellers, solo travellers and those on extended tours of Europe seeking to experience as much as possible for their Euro / Dollar.
We offer enjoyable, affordable and reliable accommodation in Ireland.