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Ireland farmhouse bookings rise 40%

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Farmhouse accommodation bookings are up 40% and revenue has increased 51% over the first quarter of this year, according to B&B Ireland.

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This is a clear demonstration of demand for the B&B farmhouse product, according to Chief Executive Helena Healy, agriland.ie reports.

A total of 123 farmhouses on the island of Ireland are represented this year by B&B Ireland, which is in line with previous years.

The typical length of stay varies but with international guests can be seven days plus, according to B&B Ireland which promotes and sells over 800 properties on its website.

Top markets are the U.S.; Germany; France; and the UK, with many Irish people also keen to enjoy a farmhouse stay.


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