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Ireland B&Bs are the backbone of the accommodation sector countrywide. Accommodation in these family run businesses are often close to some of Ireland's important visitor attraction where hotel beds would be few or non-existent. Ireland B&Bs ALWAYS include breakfast in their room rates and hot food is freshly prepared to order. Ireland B&B MAP
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389 Bed & Breakfasts in Ireland
Highfield House is an elegant 18th century period residence situated on an elevated site, overlooking Trim Castle and the River Boyne. Located in a perfect position for you to enjoy the magnificent views of medieval Trim, the historic Boyne Valley including nearby Newgrange, Hill of Tara and Bective Abbey. Tastefully decorated with antiques, art and history, you can expect a relaxing and friendly place to stay. All the bedrooms at Highfield House are furnished to a high standard and have been designed to make your stay a comfortable and memorable experience. A telescope is available to guests so that the most can be made of our excellent views of Trim Castle, Talbot Castle, Yellow Steeple and the River Boyne. Those seeking evening activity will enjoy our great selection of pubs featuring Irish music sessions and more. For the sport enthusiast, there are four golf courses within a ten mile radius, including Trim Golf Course and Headfort. Moy Horse Riding Centre is nearby and there is also good fishing on the River Boyne.
Modern bungalow overlooking sea,on scenic Sky Road - a designated 16 km cycle route. Family home with extra comforts.Ideal walking, angling, pony-trekking etc. beside National Park, Kylemore Abbey, beaches etc. Daily trips to Aran Islands and Innishbofin. Highly recommended for home-cooked food and vegetarian choice. 5 star reviews from several satisfied guests. A warm welcome awaits you.
A charming country home in a quiet and scenic area. The splendid gardens, manicured by your host Mary, are there for you to enjoy together with the horses, ducks and other animals. Rossbeigh, famous for its sand dunes and long beach, is only 12km(7.46 miles). Close by are the McGillycuddy Reeks, Irelands highest mountain range, Blackstones Bridge and Lickeen Forest, where a stroll by the river could start or end an idyllic day. The area is an artists dream and perfect for walkers and rock climbers. Rocklands B&B offers 2 generous double rooms with a great Irish breakfast.
Clare Manor is ideally located on the Limerick Road on the outskirts of Ennis town and 20km from Shannon Airport. The house is situated off exit 12 of the M18 motorway. Leave the M18 at junction 12, then at the Killow West roundabout take the first exit onto N85 (signposted Ennis, Ennistimon). At the Clareabbey roundabout, take the third exit onto the Limerick Road - R458 (signposted Ennis). At the next small roundabout, take the second exit. Clare manor is the fourth house on the right. Keep an eye out for our Clare Manor sign! See other locations on our map below.
Atlantic House is a comfortable, welcoming B&B located in West Cork. All our individually styled rooms have large ensuite bathrooms with power showers. Facilities in the room include tea/coffee, hairdryer and TV/Radio. The garden is idea to sit and enjoy breath-taking views of the sea. There are many secluded beaches and picturesque walks. Among the activities available locally are sea and course fishing, golf, sailing, whale and dolphin watching along with great sea food restaurants. So come to Atlantic House B&B for a relaxing homely welcome.
Dingle B&B: The Lantern Townhouse B&B Dingle is run by Anne-Marie Keane and is a warm and welcoming traditional bed and breakfast in the heart of Dingle town. Our Dingle B&B accommodation comprises eight en suite rooms, with a ground floor bedroom for guests who may have difficulty with the stairs. Our priority is to make you feel welcome and comfortable in a clean and cosy environment in the centre of Dingle town. For those who are staying more than one night, we provide new luxury fresh bath and face towels daily. We also provide a daily bed "make up" service. All rooms are tastefully decorated with linen that is crisp, white and of the finest quality. Anne-Marie is willing to spend time with you giving you maps and tips on the best places to visit on the Peninsula. A continental breakfast, in our quaint dining room, is available at an additional cost of 7.00 Euro per person - consisting of our buffet table laden with delicious choices including muesli, granola, Greek yoghurt and honey, fruits, grapefruit segments, homemade brown bread, fruit juices, salamis, ham and a variety of tasty cheeses. The Dingle Peninsula is one of the richest areas in archaeological remains on the West Coast of Europe. The Dingle Peninsula and in particular Slea Head drive provide some of the most beautiful scenic areas in the world. A haven for walkers and popular with cyclists, horse riders and golfers, the scenery is truly unique. The love of our native tongue, Gaeilge is very evident here. We have a great pride in our culture, traditions and heritage and are eager to welcome and introduce our visitors to this. We have over the years attracted many artists and crafts people from all over the globe. World renowned potters, weavers, painters and writers have made this area their home. So be warned, you may come here to Dingle for a holiday and never leave! Popular activities available from Dingle Slea Head drive - scenic beauty Dolphin watching or swimming with Fungi the Dingle Dolphin Horse riding on the beach or through the mountains Fishing Blasket Island boat tours Music and Irish culture Cycling or car touring around country lanes Archaeological tours Scuba diving
Roselawn House has become a B&B renowned for its welcoming atmosphere and family orientated environment. The proprietor, Marian Collins, has catered for many a guest over the years and has met people from all walks of life. From members of the Irish diaspora returning home to meet family and trace their heritage to weary cyclists, walkers and motorcycle enthusiasts, she has welcomed them all into her beautiful home. Roselawn House is located on the R586, one mile from the bustling village of Drimoleague and almost equidistant by nine miles each from the vibrant market towns of Bantry, Skibbereen and Dunmanway. By being situated in the heart of West Cork, Roselawn House is an ideal touring base for all of South Cork and South Kerry. Drimoleague itself is a parish of great antiquity and offers a vast plethora of amenities and sites of historical, archaeological and personal interest to experience and explore. Once the busiest railway junction in West Cork, Drimoleague has now become the hub of walking networks in the area. Hence the title "The Walker's Junction of West Cork". It is here that the well acclaimed Sheep's Head Way converges with the six Drimoleague Heritage Walkways. St. Finbarr's Pilgrim Way, a 37km ancient pilgrim path to St. Finbarr's hermitage at Gougane Barra, also starts here. The walkways discover a landscape of remarkable beauty, undulating farmland, pristine riverbank and a largely unspoiled flora and fauna.
Welcome to Charlotte's Way: A 17th century refurbished Georgian townhouse, it's history embracing Charlotte Bronte and Rev. Arthur Bell Nicholls. The many antiques in this lovely accommodation take you back in time, provide a unique and homely atmosphere for your stay in Banagher. The town is on the River Shannon and at the Banagher Marina, you can take a boat along the river.
Sandymount House B&B is an integral part of the deVesci Estate in Co. Laois. The house is a beautifully restored 1836 period residence set in tranquil and mature woodlands and has great charm and elegance. It is a country house bed and breakfast and boasts individually designed bedrooms all with ensuite bathrooms. With its sweeping staircase, marble fireplaces, the balance of old and new is carried throughout. Contemporary furnishings combined with original features afford our guests an impressive area of comfort and peace. Sandymount House B&B accommodation is an owner run house and was restored in the past two years and there are attractive lawns front and sides resplendent with quality features such as a stream, mature gardens and a magnificent monkey puzzle. Sandymount House is set amidst the charm and relaxed lifestyle of Co. Laois, full of welcome, the craic and healthy relaxation which will provide you with unforgettable memories. From heritage sites, scenic country villages, walks, golf, equestrian trekking, cruising, lake and game fishing for the discerning guest, for those in need of "retail therapy" there is an abundance of shops within 30 minutes. Sandymount House is 2 km to the heritage town of Abbeyleix and is very close to historical sites and country walks. There are several racecourses within reasonable distance which include the Curragh and Punchestown. Other close attractions include Heywood Gardens, Emo Count, The Rock of Dunarneise, The National Stud and Japanese Gardens. The owners of Sandymount Robin & Avril are dedicated to providing for your every need. They are delighted to assist in mapping out itineraries, reserving tee times and arranging local fishing trips and horse riding. Advice for local shopping trips both locally and surrounding counties. They will provide a dedicated and enthusiastic service for their guests and extend a warm welcome to all. Guests can enjoy open fires in the guest lounge or TV room. All bedrooms are equipped with TV and have computer access.
Emmet House is a small boutique style B&B situated in Emmet Square, Birr, Co Offaly. It offers rooms with flat screen freesat tv\'s, free wifi and home cooked food. The rooms at Emmet House feature seating areas and work desks. They also include hairdryers, tea/coffee making facilities, slippers and toiletries. Some rooms have a four poster bed. Traditional Irish breakfast is served in the dining room which has a polished wooden floor, a chandelier and views out across the square. Emmet restaurant is situated opposite the guest house. Birr Vintage week is held every year in August. The Tullamore Show is also held in August and is just a 15 min drive. The Country Fair is held in Birr Castle in August. We are near the Slieve Bloom Mountains which is keen with walkers. Kinnitty Castle is a 10 min drive. The Leap Castle (the most haunted castle in Ireland) is a 10 min drive. Birr is in the centre of Ireland. Galway is a 50 min drive.
Olde House is a family run bnb located in Bishopstown which is a 10 minute Drive to Cork City Centre. We aim to provide a pleasant and clean environment in a friendly and comfortable Atmosphere. All rooms are ensuite. Large screen flat TV. Wi Fi available Tea Facilities and Safe Parking. We are situated a few minutes drive from Cork University Hospital, Cork Institute of Technology, Fas, Marymount Hospice also University College Cork and The Bons Secour Hospital is a short Drive. We are ideally located on the West side of The City Just over 1 Hour drive to Killarney and the Gateway to Kerry.