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Reservations in October

Reservations in October

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I will be traveling during the second week of October. Can I wing it and find accommodations where ever I end up towards the end of the day, or are reservations recommended or necessary?
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Posted Tue 30 Aug 2016 7:04 AM
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Hello Carol,
Welcome to the Community! :) 
It is great to hear that you are busy planning your upcoming visit to Ireland this coming October, as this will be a great opportunity to discover the many amazing attractions and places that Ireland has offer.
The October season will be the low season in terms of tourism numbers and I would say that finding accommodation would offer no major issues with your travel plans. I would however have a back up plan just in case a certain hotel or Bed & Breakfast may be fully booked on a certain day. Also be mindful that weekend periods are busier than weekdays and you may need to do a little research on availability.
Check out this great link for helping you find your prefect accommodation for your trip to Ireland. :) 
Tourism Ireland Accommodation Finder
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Posted Tue 30 Aug 2016 8:57 AM
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Good afternoon Carol
Delighted that you are choosing Ireland as your holiday destination, you will not be disappointed. I would recommend pre-booking your accommodation as much as you possibly can as it ensures that you secure your preferred accommodation in the locations you desire. Can I suggest that you visit our B&B Ireland website?   
http://www.bandbireland.com/        

All our bed and breakfasts offer live availability via our secure online booking engine and you will receive instant e-mail confirmation when you book a B&B. Our website also offers lots of travel advice and tips on visiting Ireland. I hope you have a wonderful holiday Carol!

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Claire

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Good afternoon Carol 

You have decided on a lovely time of year to visit Ireland. Advance planning is advisable even at this time of the year. If your plans lead you to the South West and the famous Ring of Kerry why not view our website where we have some really good midweek offers with our weekends being particularly busy - http://www.parknasillaresort.com/

Have fun planning your trip

Warm regards

Carmel
 
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Hi Carol,

There is a wide range of accommodation in Northern Ireland and full listings can be viewed here. Most large towns and cities have visitor information centre who can also assist with accommodation bookings.

We hope you enjoy your visit.

Visit Belfast
                               

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