Ireland Family Vacations reader question:
Are there B&Bs that can accommodate a family of 4 in one room?
Yes, you’ll find many B&B accommodations for families with rooms spacious enough for a family of 4 in Ireland. What you want to look for is a ‘family room’. These rooms are usually a bit larger to accommodate a double bed and one or two twin beds.
You can easily search B&Bs in Ireland for family rooms. First search for B&Bs in the area you wish to stay. Include as much information as you have in the search- including number of adults and children and how many rooms you want. You will be able to more thoroughly research the B&Bs that fit your criteria and can even contact the owners directly with questions with the ‘contact info’ button near the bottom of the page.
Tip: When booking B&B accommodations for families be sure to ask if there is a discounted rate for children under 12.
Recommendations: You don’t mention where you will be visiting; we have stayed at – and enjoyed- The Old Bank in Bruff, County Limerick (pictured at right- this B&B also features connecting rooms!); Ardmore House in Kinnitty, County Offaly, Harbour Inn in Larne, County Antrim, and Woodview Farmhouse in Skerries, County Dublin.
For reviews of these and other recommended lodgings, use our handy Ireland Family Vacation planning tools.
Just a reminder: In Ireland the B&Bs charge per person, sharing. So you’ll pay the same rate (or nearly so) whether you have one room or two. So if the kids are a bit older let them have their own space!
Do you have a question about Ireland travel? View the Ireland Travel FAQs page or email your question to IrelandCoach(at)IrelandFamilyVacations(dot)com. I will reply directly to you as well as add your question to this page- because if you need an answer, it’s likely someone else does, too!