So I am a fifteen year old living in Canada. My dream, however, is to travel the minute I get out of high school (provided I am able to obtain the sufficient financial security required for as much of course), and among one of the places I'd like to visit sooner rather than later is Ireland. And while I know I'm a small ways away from when I'll actually be turning this dream of travel a reality, I still immensely enjoy looking up these travel sites and finding new destinations I'd like to someday see, and to get advice beforehand from seasoned travelers and natives of the places I hope to go would be incredible and I'd really be ever so appreciative.
So, to break it down, when I think Ireland, I think bed and breakfast. I'd really love to find that homey, wake up to sheeps grazing outside your window and a breakfast with an innkeeper who treats every guest like long lost family feeling. However at the same time, I don't want to be completely in Vacation Town. I'd enjoy meeting people who actually LIVE in Ireland when I travel there, and if that's unrealistic for the relaxing B&B backdrop I envision my trip having, I'd at the very least like to meet people who are around my age (so, 18-25's I suppose). I guess I'd like to stay around the Dublin Area, however it doesn't have to be exactly within the city. I'm looking for that place that just feels like a warm hug on a cold morning, y'know, the kind of place you feel at home in immediately. Whether you're able to recommend a certain city (county?) or a specific B&B you've visited, I'd be eternally grateful for any recommendations. Thanks again!