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Seeking guidance on 14 day first time trip to Ireland

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Traveling to Ireland with spouse on May 10 to May 25. In and out of Dublin. Renting a car and will head north from the airport with no particular itinerary at this time other than spending the last 2 or 3 nights in Dublin. Want to see as much of the island as possible given the time constraints. Love beautiful scenery, animals, local culture and good beer. Will want to experience a few castles and churches as well as Bushmills. Like B&Bs and would love to not make reservations ahead in order that we have some flexibility. Is this incredibly naive? Is driving in Ireland similar to driving in Scotland (which we have done)? Any thoughts are welcome.

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