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
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A warm welcome awaits you at Fanad House home of the Wallace family, your home from home. We take pride in caring for our guests as though they were members of our own family. Tastefully decorated, Fanad House overlooking Kilkenny Castle Park is ideally located within five minutes walk of the city centre. Fanad House has eight guestrooms. Designed to provide maximum comfort, each has a bath and a shower. All rooms have multi-channel TV, hairdryer and direct dial phone. We also have one room suitable for the disabled. Breakfast is a specialty and is served in the dining room.
Welcoming home situated on the outskirts of an "old market" town - Newcastle West. Shanagarry B&B is on the main road (N21) to Limerick, Tralee and Abbeyfeale, so it is easy to find us. Tea/Coffee & cookies are served by the host Nuala on arrival. As our B&B is a bungalow you have no stairs to climb making it easily accessible when carrying heavy luggage. Comfortable beds to ensure a good nights sleep. Breakfast: Juice and a variety of cereals are available as well as fruit, yoghurts and cheeses. Breakfast is ordered the night before and choice includes sausages, bacon, eggs, black/white pudding & tomato, or you may prefer a lighter option such as scrambled eggs on toast/beans on toast, crackers and cheese. Tea/Coffee/Herbal Teas & Nualas homemade brown soda bread with jams & marmalades all complete a hearty breakfast. Guests are welcome to use the garden at the rear of the house - Garden Table, Parasol and reclining chairs to relax after a hectic day's sight seeing.
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.
Beaufort House Bed & Breakfast, in New Ross, is a Tudor style B&B overlooking the river Barrow in County Wexford. The bedrooms, of a high standard, have TV, hair dryer, Wi-Fi and en suite bathrooms. Refreshments are served in the guests lounge and there is ample private car parking spaces available. Beaufort Guesthouse is secluded by its many palm trees and lovely gardens. The B&B offers both continental and full Irish breakfast, fresh juices are also available. Most bedrooms bedrooms are on the first floor with the exception of one very large luxury bedroom which is on the ground floor, it can serve as a double twin or family room. If you are attending a function or wedding at the close by Brandon House Hotel, Beaufort House can offer alternative economic accommodation and arrange a taxi for your collection to and from the hotel. A short down hill stroll will take you to a lively New Ross town centre, many beautiful restaurants are to be found and lively pubs, traditional music and don't forget to visit the Dunbrody Famine Ship.
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.
Dollardstown House offers a heart warming break in our historic family home. Built around 1720 Dollardstown House and with many original featured preserved Dollardstown House offers unique character. Arrive to a welcome with tea and home-made scones by an open fire. Guests are welcome to enjoy our own gardens and parkland. A good base for touring the 'Sunny South East' or just to un-wind. The rooms are comfortable, full of character and TV-free. All rooms overlook the grounds and gardens and have coffee / tea making facilities. Irish and Continental Breakfast is served in our dining room and features locally sourced organic foods, home-made soda bread and freshly ground coffee. Gluten-free and other special diets catered for on request. Free Wifi is available for our guests. Andrew & Antoinette are looking forward to welcoming you to Dollardstown.
Seventeenth century country house in the heart of Ireland. 76 acres of woodland with fairy forts and some 300 trees which are centuries old. Bird watching on the lake or fly fishing with boat. A 2.5 acre walled garden with some great walks for garden lovers. As soon as you enter the grounds, driving through the stone arch and past the gate house, you will catch your first glimpse of Lough Ourna, Gaelic for "the lake of the barley". The long driveway to the house offers some superb views of the lake, framed by the ring forts on the shore and the Sleeve Bloom Mountains beyond. All bedrooms have private bathroom and some have a view of the lake. A choice of breakfast awaits you in the dining room. From the full Irish cooked breakfast to the more moderate continental breakfast with fresh fruit, there is no better way to start the day.
We are located 8km west of Dingle town in the parish of Ventry All our 6 rooms are ensuite with with tea/coffee making facilities, tv, electric blankets, hairdryers,central heating, clock/radios in every room. All rooms have sea view.Private parking. Wifi available. Garden with seating. Guest sitting room. Spacious dining area.Extensive breakfast menu.Complimentary tea/coffee for guests on arrival
Refurbished Town House with five brightly decorated rooms One Family Room (sleeps 4), Two Double Rooms, One Triple and One Twin rMom. This is a family run business which offers quality accommodation, extensive breakfast menu with buffet starter and choice of cooked breakfasts. Our four ensuite bedrooms all have TV, hairdryer and clock radio. Excellent pubs and restaurants are within walking distance Any assistance needed to book local tours and amenities we will be glad to help. On your journey around the Wild Atlantic Way
Manor Lodge B&B is only 2 minutes drive from Tralee town centre. We have en suite rooms with free wireless Internet, tea & coffee facilities, satellite TV, hair dryers, iron and ironing boards. We also have free secure off road parking and are within easy reach of all local amenities, Siamsa Tire, Aquadome, golf courses, fishing, horse riding and beaches. We are ideal as a base if you want to explore Kerrys wonderful countryside, the Ring of Kerry and the Dingle Peninsula.
Arden Accommodation offers you a peaceful Accommodation and comforts of our spacious bedrooms which are all ensuite Or private bathroom. Three of our room all on the ground floor with private entrance, a guest sitting and Kitchen, with all amenities, guests can help themselves to tea and coffee. The guest sitting room overlooks the garden and tennis court and has a sofa bed if required, TV and open fire. The rooms in the main house are upstairs and guests will have use of the main Bathroom. Ballydonnell is a small townland midway between the villages of Baltray and Termonfeckin, approximately 6 km east of the historic town of Drogheda. Drogheda is one of the oldest towns in Ireland known for its tourism and as a centre of industry and medical care. It is located on the Dublin- Belfast corridor on the east coast of Ireland, 49 km north of Dublin and, 58 km south of Newry. The property is ideally located for sightseeing in the Ancient East Boyne valley area such as Historic Newgrange, Knowth & Dowth historical sights, Drogheda-St Peters Church, Highlane's Gallery & Millmount Museum. Golf courses close by, seeThe Battle of the Boyne visitor Centre, Beaulie House and Gardens and so much more. Lots to do for children such as Tayto Park, Fantasia water park and beautiful beaches.