Book a Bed and Breakfast - Ireland B&B
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
409 Bed & Breakfasts in Ireland
Cliff View Lodge is the real way to experience a truly Irish welcome in the heart of the magnificent countryside! Located just 1km from the vibrant village of Liscannor and within walking distance of the magnificent Cliffs of Moher, we have double & family bedrooms and apartments all with ensuites & power showers. Choose from our varied breakfast buffet and enjoy a full Irish breakfast whilst enjoying the scenery over our veranda and across the landscape towards the Cliffs of Moher with O'Brien's Tower and Hags Head, St.Brigid's Well and two fairy forts all within view. Don't want to drive? Not a problem as we have our own minicab and luxury touring service available to meet your individual requirements, including collection to & from Shannon airport. Cliffs of Moher, Lahinch beach & golf courses, Liscannor village and Aran Islands Ferry all less than 5 mins drive. Doolin, the home of traditional Irish music and the outstanding Burren within 15 mins drive.
We want to welcome you to Donegal and hope you will enjoy your stay here with us in this truly beautiful part of the world. Donegal has so much to offer be it a relaxing break or something more adventurous we have it all. There is much to see and do with stunning unspoiled beaches, an award winning Restaurant just across the road, the world famous Leo's Tavern the birth place of world famous musical talents Enya, Clannad and Moya Brennan. there is also hill walking, horse riding, kayaking, and so much more. All our rooms are newly furnished with en suite with tea and coffee making facilities TV, WIFI. We hope you will enjoy your stay with us in St Mary's B&B.
Knockawn Wood is situated in a rural setting yet is only five miles away from Blarney and a fifteen minute drive from Cork City. Run by Ita O Donovan, Knockawn Wood Bed and Breakfast is a picturesque, restful warm country home in the beautiful Lee Valley. Tea & scones on arrival. In the rooms, electric blankets available to guests along with TV, Wifi Internet Access and hairdryers. Private parking on site. Open all year. Among the amenities nearby are pitch and putt, fishing on Inniscarra Lake, walks and shopping and convenient to Blarney Castle. Close to award winning Blairs Pub and Restaurant. Frommer recommended.
Hollow Stream B&B in Kingscourt, Cavan offers bed & breakfast in 4 relaxing and individually decorated rooms. It is renowned for its warm Irish welcome, high standard of accommodation and its superb Irish breakfast. Its the place to stay if attending a function or wedding at Cabra Castle. If required we can arrange transport for you. Whether on business or pleasure in the Kingscourt area, Hollow Stream B&B is an ideal comfortable base. Tucked into the south-east corner of County Cavan, Kingscourt is the perfect location for touring Louth, Meath and Monaghan. The market town of Kingscourt is busy and prosperous, with a number of thriving home grown industries. Its main street has some fine examples of 17th and 18th century buildings. The Kingscourt Catholic Church, sitting high above the town, boasts some fine stained glass windows. Close by are Cabra Castle, with its excellent golf course, Horse Riding, Fishing, Dun a Ri Forest Park, scenic beauty spots, Wishing Well and Hill Walking.
Lettermore Country Home is situated in a delightful rural area just two miles south of Rathdrum on the Avoca road (R752) in County Wicklow, The Garden of Ireland, just one hour's drive south of Dublin and adjacent to Avondale Forest Park, home of Charles Stuart Parnell. Avoca village is four miles away and is the location of the very popular BBC TV series, Ballykissangel. Avoca is situated in a picturesque valley stretching back to the Meeting of the Waters which is two miles away. The poet Thomas Moore immortalised this meeting point. Here on a rustic seat, formed from the root of a tree, Moore is said to have written the words of the famous Irish song, the Meeting of the Waters.
Lovely B&B just 4 kilometers from Galway City. We are on the main road for touring Connemara and an also ideal location for touring Cliffs Of Moher and the Aran Islands. Guests can enjoy various activities in the surroundings, including golfing and horse riding. National University of Galway is 3.5 km from Abbey View B&B, while St. Nicholas Collegiate Church is 4.2 km from the property. Shannon Airport is 68 km away.
When you arrive at Kilmokea,your energetic young hosts will feed you with enthusiasm, beauty and home grown food in their fine house and fabulous gardens. With its heritage gardens and long history, Mark and Emma could not be more gracious and welcoming. Lovely beds, organic food, indoor pool, aromatherapy, tennis & croquet are just some of the ingredients which make Kilmokea so special.
Norely Theyr is a modern, traditional house along with friendly, traditional host. Restful and quiet bedrooms with tea and coffee facilities. Large relaxing TV lounge. Substantial breakfast menu to suit all requirements. Off road car parking facilities and large peaceful and tranquil gardens. For the energetic: Horse riding, golf, finishing all with in 7km (including Mount Juliet) Not forgetting the less energetic: the country walk, village, 10 mins walk, contains numerous famous craft work shops along with a restaurant and refreshment establishments.
Comfortable 3 star rated family B&B, peaceful location, only 5 minutes drive to Killarney town in the county of Kerry. Unspoilt views of Killarney mountain range. Single and non-smoking rooms available. Reeksview B&B is situated beside the local gaelic football grounds, a chance to view traditional Irish games at their best. Breakfast includes: Fresh fruit, yoghurts and cheese Coffee, tea, fruit juice, selection of cereals Homemade soda bread and scones Traditional oatmeal with honey & brown sugar Traditional irish breakfast served,also vegetarian and healthy options available.Special dietary requirements catered for.
Teresa and Pat Holden have been entertaining guests at their beautiful Auburndale B&B on the outskirts of Kilkenny since 1991. Many visitors from all corners of the globe have enjoyed the warm hospitality and comfortable surroundings of this large, modern home. Teresa and Pat spent twelve happy years living in the US and Pat - a Vietnam Veteran - served in the US Navy SeeBees. Our bright comfortable dining room is a perfect setting for meals and friendly conversation, where you will enjoy our home cooked breakfast served at your convenience.
With breakthtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean (Killala and Lacken Bay) , this family run Bed and Breakfast distinguishes itself both in terms of quality and customer service. En-suite rooms; turf fire; minutes walk from Lacken Beach, minutes from Downpatrick Head & Ceide Fields and spectacular breakfast, packed lunches and evening meals. The only problem is.....you won't want to leave!
Set on secluded, wooded grounds in the heart of Ennis town, just 10 minutes walk to the town centre, Railway View House is a purpose-built Bed and Breakfast with comfortable, modern guest rooms and quality breakfasts. Hosts Kathleen Cahill and her husband Denis provide very pleasing Bed and Breakfast Accommodation in a quiet, residential setting. Railway View House is easy to reach by car and close to all amenities. Kathleen is obliging and helpful, pleased to dispense advice. Each of the guest rooms are decorated in a relaxed, country-cottage motif, with wooden floors. Bedrooms are en-suite and tea and coffee making facilities are available in each room. There is also a relaxing, comfortable lounge should you feel the urge to unwind after your day's travel. Just twenty minutes drive to Shannon Airport. Ennis provides the ideal stopover point on the first or last night in Ireland and is the ideal location from which to enjoy the attractions of the west of Ireland.