Tuesday October 20, 2020

Changing face of Irish B&Bs

The Irish B&B – as we know it – is almost half a century old and like most sectors of the tourism industry, it’s had a difficult year.

30th October, 2010

The Irish B&B – as we know it – is almost half a century old and like most sectors of the tourism industry, it’s had a difficult year.

Despite a good start to 2010, business for the January to June period saw an average reported drop of 25 per cent across the country. However, some B&B Ireland members are reporting an improvement in the July to October period, particularly from the...

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