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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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388 Bed & Breakfasts in Ireland
Wicklow B&B: Long-established, family-run bed and breakfast in the heart of Wicklow - the Garden of Ireland. Rural location and yet only 1 hour from the airport and ferries. Each room is tastefully decorated with all the comforts of home - tv, tea making facilities, hairdryers, clock radio, electric blankets etc. Extensive breakfast menu including full traditional Irish breakfasts, toast with homemade Irish whisky marmalade, or hot buttered potato cakes with smoked salmon - all freshly prepared. Golf and fishing arranged.
Seashells' is situated in a unique position overlooking Duncannon beach, with spectaclular views of Waterford harbour and the surrounding hook peninsula. The quiet fishing village has remained unspoilt and is a friendly place to stay while visiting South Wexford and Waterford. The village has several award winning restaurants, and 2 traditional pubs, which are renowned for serving excellent food. Duncannon is 40 mins from Rosslare Europort and an ideal location to spend the first days or last nights of your holiday in Ireland. The house itself is a modern building with large windows and bright rooms, simply decorated with cream and pine furnishings. The breakfast room has the best view in Ireland, with the waves appearing to roll in underneath the house as you enjoy a leisurely Irish breakfast. The sunny sitting room is relaxingly quiet, an ideal place to enjoy a cup of tea while planning the next few days of your holiday. Wifi available.
Dingle B&B: Dunlavin House is a traditional style Irish Bed & Breakfast, situated in the beautiful seaside town of Dingle, Co. Kerry. Located on a hillside overlooking Dingle Harbour, Dunlavin House is a perfect base from which to explore and enjoy the beauty and charm of this unique area. Situated just 400m from the town of Dingle, we can offer our guests the tranquillity of the Irish countryside, close to a town that is alive with festivals, traditional music and great pubs. With four large en-suite bedrooms, and a comfortable breakfast conservatory and lounge, Dunlavin House offers a luxurious and relaxing setting from which to explore the Peninsula. All our rooms provide spacious en-suite bathrooms, tea/coffee making facilities, television, and can sleep up to four people comfortably. We provide bedding and cots for children and babies if it is desired, and because of our location, the peace and quiet will help you enjoy a beautiful nights sleep.
Simply unrivalled with contemporary furnishings and gentle relaxing hues, contrasting woods coupled with luxurious accommodation, breathtaking views and completely run on alternative energy (solar and geothermal, under floor heating) - all make this guest accommodation genuinely unique. Luxuriously styled furnishings and detailed, use of native slate from one of the worlds most renowned slate mines. Valentia Slate makes this a special haven that you will find hard to leave. All rooms have a wall mounted moveable LCD TV to watch whether in bed or on the couch by the window, Sky Satellite, Tea/Coffee facilities, hairdryer, power showers (some have shower columns with body jets) even the chocolate on your pillow as standard while phone and internet are by request. The Geothermal heating, which is thermostatically controlled, can be adjusted to suit by you in your room.
If you're looking for somewhere to get away from it all, Bluebell House on the outskirt of Manorhamilton, County Leitrim, is an excellent choice. The property, which boasts stunning views of Benbo Mountain and O'Donnell's Rock, is only a five-minute walk (1 minute in the car) from the town centre.
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.
One bedroom B&B on a smallholding situated on the border of Lough Ree at the nice little Portrunny bay. We produce our own goats milk and side products (cheese, ice cream) as well as eggs and Spelt bread. On request, we can do Irish, continental or organic farm-produce breakfast in your room, at the family table or on the patio (if the weather allows). The +20m squared en suite room offers a king size box spring bed, small desk, bathroom with jet shower and underfloor heating, and view over Lough Ree. Coffee or tea is available in the room. The 12 acre smallholding includes goats, horses, pigs, chickens, geese, as well as domestic animals (cats & dogs in the house!). Let us know if you want to come with your pets. We can provide bicycles, and, while staying, guided tours through 5.000 years of Irish history (July and August) on request. We are situated 400m from Portrunny Harbour, 10 minutes from Roscommon Town (Bus & Train station), 20 minutes from Athlone (Bus and Train station), 25 minutes from Strokestown (House + Famine Museum), 30 minutes from Boyle. Shuttle available on request. (English, Dutch and French spoken) (Isa 43:10)
A lovely warm home in a quiet settled residential area, where you can be assured of a great Irish welcome and a good night's sleep. Convenient to Dublin Airport, Car Ferry and City Centre. Bus and electric train services are within walking distance. Private off-street parking is available. All guest rooms have en-suite bathrooms and satellite TV. Special dietary requirements such as vegetarian and coeliac are catered for. There are a number of Restaurants in the local village, and nearby. There are numerous golf courses within 10km e.g. Royal Dublin, Portmarnock, St. Margarets, Luttrelstown Castle, Malahide. The Bull Island and Dollymount Strand is 3km away. It is 5km long and 1km wide and has been a nature reserve since 1988. It is also a designated UNESCO biosphere reserve. There are some very invigorating walks in the dunes and along the beach. The peninsula of Howth Head is 7km away, and has breathtaking views of Dublin Bay and the East Coast.
Killyon is a beautifully appointed 6 bedroom Guesthouse, located on the banks of the Boyne, in the town of Navan, County Meath, Ireland. Run by Michael and Sheila Fogarty, Killyon Guesthouse accommodation is rated to 4-diamond standard by the AA and is also recommended by the Michelin Guide and Georgina Campbells.