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
413 Bed & Breakfasts in Ireland
The hosts Maureen and Gabriel will provide you with a very comfortable stay at Hillview. A warm welcome and a friendly cup of tea or coffee are always on offer on arrival. All rooms are en suite with shower and colour televisions. A hair drier and iron are available on request. There is a spacious and secure car park for the exclusive use of guests. A beautiful traditional Irish or continental breakfast with fresh homemade brown bread will be served in the relaxed dinning room at a prearranged time for the convenience of guests.
The Lantern 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 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 scrumptious breakfast in our quaint dining room - consisting of Belgian Waffles served with strawberries, blueberries, maple syrup and creme fraiche, poached eggs on toast, smoked salmon scrambled eggs - all cooked to order! and of course our buffet table laden with delicious choices including muesli, granola, Greek yoghurt and honey, fruits, grapefruit segments, homemade brown bread, fruit juices, salamis, ham, a variety of tasty cheeses... and more! 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
Annagh House is an ideal base from which to explore the history and culture of Dublin and experience its cosmopolitan night-life. Annagh House is a Victorian house combining the charm and elegance of yesteryear alongside the modern comforts of the present day. It has been totally refurbished to a high specification. All bedrooms are ensuite, with cable TV, tea & coffee making facilities & hairdryers. Free parking available to guests. Check out our Last Minute Deals and Special Offers
Guaire House is a family run B&B Situated in a quite location 5 minutes walking distance from town centre bus and train station. There are many wonderful scenic walks by the lake side as well as cycle paths, boat tours also can be booked. Muckross House & Gardens, Ross Castle and the Gap of Dunloe are favourite attractions in Killarney. The town has some excellent restaurants & pubs with traditional Irish music.
This 4-star, 200-year Old Farmhouse Boasts Stunning Mountain Views, Delicious Generous Breakfasts Using Home-grown Produce Such As Raspberries, Strawberries & Rhubarb And Friendly Helpful Hosts. Well Situated For Touring South And South-east Ireland. Trout And Salmon Fishing Can Be Enjoyed Along 1.5 Km Of Water On The Rivers Suir And Tar Which Surround The Farm. Equipment Hire Can Be Arranged. The Nearby Knockmealdown Mountains Feature Numerous Beautiful And Scenic Walks.
The Bord Failte Approved Smugglers Inn, Waterville, is a second generation family business established in 1980 and sits beside a 2km sandy beach. It is well known for it's warm hospitality, comfortable en-suite bedrooms complete with TV, hair dryer, tea & coffee facilities, and most rooms boasting breathtaking sea or mountain views. Recommended by many good food guides, the award winning gourmet restaurant with panoramic sea views overlooking Ballinskelligs Bay, serves modern Irish and continental cuisine and specialises in fresh locally sourced seafood, meats and other produce, showcasing prime ingredients from along the Wild Atlantic Way. See live lobsters in our tank. Variety of bar snacks also served in our fully licensed bar. Chef/Proprietor: Henry Hunt. Waterville is popular for those who enjoy outdoor pursuits - for golf fanatics you could almost tee-off from the Smugglers Inn to the world famous 18 hole championship Waterville Golf Links. For fishermen the nearby Lough Currane is popular for catching salmon & sea trout; hikers might like to walk the Kerry Way; or you can go horseback riding along the beach or through the forest - something for all to enjoy.
CARMELS is set in the heart of the Wicklow Mountains. Glendalough is just a few minutes drive and offers excellent sightseeing at the monastic ruins, also walking, climbing and painting. Almost any relaxation you could dream of. We are a well-established family run country home, renowned worldwide for our hospitality, good food and many other features. We are highly recommended in numerous tour guides. When travelling in Ireland and County Wicklow Carmels is a worthwhile stop, for a long or short stay. Annamoe is a small village 1km away with a shop, tea-rooms, antique shop, leisure park and trout farm. It is home to some very well known entertainment personalities (some of us know it as ..Paddywood...). There are also, a number of good restaurants nearby. Peace, tranquillity and hospitality are awaiting you in this very well established family home set in the heart of the Wicklow mountains on the gateway to Glendalough. Convenient to airport & ferries.
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.
Our 4 star guesthouse boasts 15 luxurious bedrooms with private bathroom, TV, direct dial telephone, power showers, trouser press. The house is tastefully decorated throughout and features many interesting antiques and art. All guestrooms are spacious, en-suite with direct dial telephone, television and trouser press. The accent is on friendly personal service backed by the highest standards throughout. Abbey Lodge is close to Killarney Town Centre, a good base for touring the Ring of Kerry or exploring the Killarney National Park and convenient for the INEC - just a short distance along the Muckross Road.
Sea Crest is a newly renovated farmhouse B&B and is four star rated B&B approved by Failte Ireland. It has four en suite bedrooms, consisting of two doubles, one twin and one family room. Guests love to relax with a bottle of wine in the evening time in our sun lounge. It has beautiful views of the Cliffs of Moher, Aran Islands and the Atlantic. Guests particularly enjoy spending time with our farm animals especially 'Lizzie' the donkey. Why not take a short break and experience the warm hospitality, home baking and the peace and quietness of a country home. WiFi wireless internet available.
Seanor House is a family run B&B set in the beautiful seaside resort of Ballybunion. Your host is Sean Stack ably assisted his daughters Maire and Brid. Their aim is to make your stay so enjoyable that you will want to return again and again. Be greeted on arrival with tea and coffee in the sitting room, available throughout the day. All rooms have TV, Hairdryers and en suite bathrooms with a selection of toiletries. Breakfast is a choice of full Irish, continental, porridge(with cream and, if desired, a little whiskey), yoghurts, fresh fruit and juices, toast and much more. Guests are welcome to use the gardens during fine weather. Just 1km brings you to a fine sandy blue flag beach. A lockup is available for bicycles, fishing gear, golf clubs etc. Only short drive to the Tarbert Ferry.