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Bed & Breakfast in Ireland - need reservations?

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It's been since 1999 that we were in Ireland, and at that time, it was simple to spontaneously get accommodation at a B&B depending on when we wanted to stop driving. We are going to return in mid September this year and I'm wondering if this is still the case? I remember driving into a town or village and seeing signposts for the different B&Bs around, finding a likely one and knocking on the door to see if they had a room available.

We are spending a week on horseback in Sligo area, then a few nights at a friend's home. The nights up for grabs would be somewhere mid-country, between Roscommon and Dublin.

Thanks in advance!

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