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How much are B&B's in Ireland

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answered by
a VirtualTourist member from Paignton

Bejees, there's question. How long is a piece of string? What you pay depends on location, standard, time of year, how long you're staying and etc. City B&B's in say Dublin could cost 50-60 Euros a night per person (or even more mid-summer) whilst in the country in the middle of winter you might find a place for 25. Have a look at a few websites by Googling "Ireland B&B".

answered by
a VirtualTourist member from Brisbane

I recently sent away for the latest B&B book from Ireland tourism. Now I have it, I find most of them are ranging for 35 to 40 euros per person per night.

answered by
a VirtualTourist member from Shillong

Have you tried out It's rates rather highly by some VTers.

answered by
Mary Smith from Leicester

As John says, how long is a piece of string?

You will find some around 30 euro per person, some upmarket ones much more. And rates will change through the year, according to demand and season.

The official Irish tourist board website lists all b&bs, so you can get an idea of costs for the areas/dates you wish to visit by using the site to find what b&bs exist and then checking their rates:

answered by
a VirtualTourist member from La Gouesnière

Last Sept/Oct 2013, B+B's or pubrooms averaged out for the 10 nights I stayed at 60/70 euros. All these had a giant-sized full Irish b'fast inc. I enjoyed staying in pubs as in general the food is very good and cheaper than a restaurant (and you don't have to go far for a pint....)

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a VirtualTourist member from County Galway

I personally would question the quality of a B&B currently charging less than €30. Nor would I stay in a B&B charging more than €50 (anywhere including Dublin) There are a few sites to look at B&B Ireland offer the Voucher Scheme places which I avoid because they are hight price for the same quality, out of town or less popular places in town, That is a personal observation, there are some good offerings on the site but check if you can't get the same place cheaper booking direct. Avoid the Voucher route altogether. have a look at Go Ireland B&B and Guest House listings$ja=kw:go+ir...">$ja=kw:go+ir...|cgn:GoIreland+EXPH|cgid:397063432|tsid:38262|cn:GoIreland+Brand|cid:17564692|lid:113321102|mt:Exact|nw:search|crid:17499111532&gclid=CLemoKK90bUCFZE-4QodY3kAJw

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