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Accommodation Types


There are so many different types of accommodation available in Ireland and the range is truly amazing. We only use approved accommodations that offer good value and service and are not tied to any particular accommodations. This flexibility allows you the client the choice to pick and mix to make that perfect vacation.


Terry Flynn ToursThe most cost efficient type of accommodation after hostels. B&B’s are generally family style homes that offer a warm welcome and the host or hostess can offer help and advice on further traveling and local attractions.  Rooms offered have private bath and offer a Full Irish Breakfast in the mornings.  B&B's range from 3-5 star.

When used as part of the "go as you please self drive" we provide you with the B&B Ireland booklet and open vouchers which allow you to choose where you would like to stay in the country and for how long, offering the most flexible holiday possible.


This is somewhat of a combination, bigger than a B&B and smaller than a hotel, they are warm and welcoming on a more personal style. All rooms have private bath and the guesthouses are graded also from 3 - 4*. Guesthouses offer many different accommodation types from old Victorian or Georgian homes to modern purpose built homes.


One of the most widely used types of accommodation in Ireland.

Terry Flynn ToursLocated all over the country again they range from large to small and personal, from city to country with spectacular views. There are 4 grades of hotel.  They are graded in a star rating by the tourist authorities. They are 2*,3*,4* & 5*.  Grade 3* would be the most commonly used and offer a good rate, 4* are now very popular as they offer maybe a little extra space or facility.

The highest level is 5* which offers deluxe accommodation with a very high standard of service. There is also a new standard which is the boutique hotel, generally this is a mid to small size hotel but laid out in a contemporary fashion


Terry Flynn ToursThis, for some, is a must - even for just one night.  The romance of staying in a castle from the past its just like living history. These too are of different standards from 3* - 5*, some a little more authentic styling and some offering sheer luxury. We can recommend, book and advise on any of these properties. Most have on site facilities like golf, fishing and shooting and offer a real escape. The most well known are Dromland, Ashford and Adare Manor. 


If you like something that little bit different and special, this could be for you. Accommodations range from lighthouses to historical homes fully restored and available for Self Catering.  There are also elegant castles and small manor houses. They range in price but are more expensive than a normal self catering home. But if you want that something special for a family reunion or a larger group of friends you have the choice of various locations and special places where you can feel like lords of your very own estate, in its private setting.  



Hi Terry and company,

One week ago, Michael took most of us to the Dublin airport after an adventurous and exciting two weeks of Irish culture by Terry Flynn Tours.  I believe the naughty fairies below those big winds out way but it did not dampen our spirits nor result in canceling any plans.  It only succeeded in creating marvelous clouds and ocean waves resulting in spectacular photos.

Everyone raved about George and Michael who shepherded us around the Emerald Isle in the new coach.  Their witty jokes, facts and figures gave us valuable insights about Ireland, the culture, the humor and especially history.  Please convey our appreciation to both of them.

The hotels and the B&B were very fine, the meals, delicious and the tours extremely interesting.  Of course, most meaningful for Friendship Force "Ambassadors", was meeting people on a personal level.  We value the time spent with the lovely folks of Carrick on Suir.  It would be marvelous if a Friendship Force chapter might evolve from the seeds of friendship that were sown that evening with the dancers and with Marian Hearn during our excellent cooking lesson.

We appreciate the effort that you and your staff put into making this trip such a huge success.  It was a pleasure to meet everyone.

Prepare to be invaded this August at Milwaukee's Irish Fest when a group of over-sized leprechauns appear at your booth but don't expect us to dance a jig! 

Many thanks!

Donna and Doris

Donna and Doris - FF - Greater Milwaukee
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