Book Accomodations in advance ?

Book Accomodations in advance ?

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Posted Mon 19 Jul 2021 8:19 PM
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Twenty five years ago my husband and I didn't book our accommodations in advance when we were in Ireland.
Each day we simply found an Irish Tourist Board office at the beginning of each day and made our arrangements.
Is it still possible to do that today?
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Hi Cynthia,

That is such an amazing idea! Love the sense of adventure and experiencing the unknown that comes with it.

There are still Tourism Offices around the island, although things look a bit different today because of travel restrictions and current guidelines. As things are opening back up in a limited capacity with restrictions in place it is best to book in advance with flexible cancellation policies where possible in case there are any sudden changes.

You can keep up to date on the situation on the travellers health page.

Best,

Sean

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