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Bed and Breakfast Vouchers Ireland
Are you looking for a vacation in Ireland where you are not restricted to pre-booked accommodation?
If so, Go-As-You-Please Ireland B&B Vouchers are for you. The ideal alternative for the independent traveller, Go-As-You-Please Ireland B&B Vouchers provide total flexibility, offering the most affordable choice of accommodation.From as little as €43 per person, these B&B vouchers of Ireland offer the most affordable option while touring Ireland.
How does it work?
You receive open B&B vouchers that can be used at over 600 B&B Ireland, Irish Tourist Board approved B&B accommodation throughout Ireland. You can pre-book any of the B&Bs before you depart home or simply book each night when you are here in Ireland. It is a good idea to pre-book your first night and it is advisable to pre-book Dublin B&Bs 3/4 weeks in advance. Unlike previous years, from the beginning of 2017, Irish Tourism customers will not be asked to pay a location or a classification supplement, so if you use your vouchers in County Dublin B&B's or in our approved B&B's, 3 star B&B's, 4 star B&B's or even our 5 star B&B's there will be no supplement to pay at the B&B.
Only IrishTourism.com give a refund for unused B&B Vouchers
In the event that vouchers are unused and returned to IrishTourism.com a full refund will be given, less an administration fee of €10 per voucher. B&B Ireland Vouchers are refundable for a period of 12 months from date of issue.
And don't forget to ask our locally based travel advisors about our combination packages that may also include a night in an Irish Castle as well as car rental inclusive rates.
You may also wish to prebook all of your accommodations along a predetermined route (predetermined by either yourself or with our assistance and advice of your travel advisor). If so, please call our offices in Ireland Tollfree. Our experienced staff will be delighted to help you organise your trip to Ireland.
Dear Tony ~
Thank you for your Note. We arrived back in California last Friday evening and are now emerging from the jet lag fog. Thank you for checking in to be certain that all was going well while we were in Ireland. I appreciate your asking for feedback. I was planning to write to you.
First let me mention that John Fleming, our driver/guide, was superb. We thoroughly enjoyed his company throughout the week. He was consistently punctual, flexible and unfailingly courteous. He offered wonderful suggestions about places we might like to see. When he offered suggestions he never pressed us to follow his recommendations. But he was so enthusiastic and knowledgeable that we quickly discovered we especially enjoyed all that he suggested. Since John is from County Kerry he gave us a wonderful perspective, from many points of view, about the area. Also, we never had concern about his driving skills. We feel ourselves very fortunate to have made John's acquaintance and to have been in his very capable hands for seven days.
We so enjoyed the variety of accommodations you arranged for us, Tony. Hayfield Manor, Loch Lein Country Hotel and Ballynahinch Castle all were superb and their staffs welcoming, friendly, and helpful. Each property was furnished beautifully and we felt well cared for and relaxed at each place. The one disappointment was Hotel Gresham in Dublin. This hotel was so far below the caliber of the others that we were happy we had only one night there. I assure you that the staff at Hotel Gresham were very nice and helpful, but our room was totally lackluster. David looked at some of the other vacant rooms on the floor and noted that at least our room was larger than others. The furnishings were 1960's utilitarian, non-distinctive (think Soviet era blockhouse architectural style). We overlooked the roof and ventilation system of the building next door. The bathroom was big enough for one only. After our experience at Ballynahinch and other places this accommodation was a low point. I would not recommend that you reserve at this hotel for others.
Believe me, Tony, our disappointment with the Dublin hotel in no way affected our overall experience of the tour you arranged. Thank you very much for all the effort you put into making certain that we were pleased with your arrangements. I will mention your request for photos/videos to David to see if he has something to contribute to your website. Also, I am willing to be a "solid reference" for you and Irish Tourism if someone who is thinking of booking with you would like to talk with a person who has experienced your service.
Thank you again, Tony. You and John made our visit to Ireland a truly memorable experience.
David Sachs, Palo Alto, CA