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Posted Sun 23 Sep 2018 12:39 PM
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We want to fly to Dublin. Then rent a car and then explore the southwest coast in 4/5 days.
On the spot we want to arrange overnight stays. Is that possible, are there enough B&B or overnight accommodations?
(19-23 Oct)

I would love to hear

we feel like discovering Ireland !!!!

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Posted Mon 24 Sep 2018 12:37 PM
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Hello Bianca
You will have no problem booking B&B as you go each day. You can book online directly with B&B if you have internet access or you will find them as you drive. There is also a general web-site for B&B's www.bandbireland.com
Warmest wishes
Chris


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Hey Bianca,

That sounds like an excellent plan for a quick discovery trip! Fall really is a lovely time to explore the island. :)

October is outside the main tourist season, but still in the so-called 'shoulder season'. This period usually sees fewer tourists coming over, while ample tourist businesses will still remain open. You'll find many accommodation providers throughout Ireland, so booking in advance won't be really necessary during this time. That being said, I'd recommend you to book your first night of accommodation none-the-less, just to be sure you can spend your first day stress-free. If you're planning to stay the night in Dublin on your first or last night here, I'd recommend booking regardless, as Dublin is a popular destination year-round. You can use our accommodation search tool to browse through all reputed accommodation on the island.

Have you contacted a car rental company yet? And do you have an idea on which route you guys will be taking?

Groetjes,
Joris

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