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Do I have to make reservation in advance - September/ October accommodation

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Hello everyone,
Do I have to make reservation in advance in the last week of September and first two weeks of October for accommodations? We are not sure if we wanna drive from place to place or stay at one place for a few days. We start in Cork and end in Dublin.

Thanks for the help!
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Posted Fri 9 Aug 2019 2:29 PM
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Hi Sanne,

It's so lovely to hear that you're planning a trip to come to visit our little island! Driving is such a wonderful way to explore and it sounds like you have quite an adventure ahead of you. 

For booking ahead, that does depend just a bit on where you would like to stay. Some hotels or B&Bs might have a bit of waitlist, while others could be more able to accommodate last-second guests. Luckily, I know just the tool to help! We actually have an accommodations finder right on our website, which lists hotels, B&Bs, historic houses, and more. Feel free to search by location, anywhere you'd like to stay, to find spots nearby.

What I would suggest is reaching out directly to anywhere that catches your interest, to see when they might suggest booking in order to ensure that you have a nice spot to unwind after your adventures.

I do hope this helps and if you need any additional advice, please don't hesitate to let me know.

Warm wishes,

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Posted Fri 9 Aug 2019 8:05 PM
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Hello Sanne.
Last week of September and first two weeks of October, I would pre book my Dublin accommodations just in case there is a demand the time you are in the City. For the rest reserve room/s as you drive.
Have a great time 
Conor
Posted Mon 19 Aug 2019 12:05 PM
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