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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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Our B&B is located on the Sky Road at the waterfront in a lovely bay. You will stay in a quiet and comfortable house. Clifden town, heart of Connemara, is only at 5 minutes by car. Famous sites like Kylemore Abbey, Connemara National Park, Ballyconneely's golf, Roundstone or port of Cleggan (departure to Inishbofin) are very closed to us. Enjoy your Holidays in a quiet and beautiful place
Offering quality B&B accommodation, Brownes is a country home in peaceful surroundings, siutated on the famous Slea Head drive which overlooks Dingle Bay and mountains. It provides an ideal starting point for discovering the beauty of the Dingle Peninsula. This smart modern house has five beautifully appointed guest rooms. All with en suite facilities and TV. Tea and coffee is served in the reading rom which overlooks Dingle Harbour. At breakfast time you'll find an extensive choice accompanied by Camilla's home baking. The house is located within walking distance of Dingle town with all it's restaurants and craft shops.
All the facilities of Dingle are on the doorstep. On offer are shops, pubs, restaurants, gift shops, art galleries, traditional Irish music, Ocean World, diving, Fungi - Dingles own Dolphin and much, much more. In fact all the ingredients of a perfect holiday. Maps and guides are available and as much advice as you need. The local bus stop and tourist office is just across the road. We speak Irish so those wishing to use our language are always welcome. The Town House has 6 six bright and spacious double/twin rooms all with en-suite bathrooms. Siobhan provides a tasty and filling Irish breakfast with a buffet choice of starters.
Located on the Wild Atlantic Way it's the half way stopping point on world famous Ring of Kerry, this Milestone Heritage Site situated in Waterville Village traces its origins to the First Transatlantic Telegraph Cables layed from Ireland/Europe to USA in 1866. The remarkable story of the telegraph and the nineteenth century's online pioneers - stay with us and experience this remarkable aspect of Irelands history and culture. That incomparable Irish mist, we reveal the Ireland you had only dreamed of - colourful, unstuffy, and a infectiously attractive mix of styles and people. Polished floors, robust Irish cooking, medicinal whiskeys, fly-fishing and storytelling characters, Islands, mountains, and goats who own the road, everchanging skies, magical wishing wells. Believe every word you hear about the beauty of Waterville Ring of Kerry, however its the warm hearted friendly people whose healing inheritance will nurture and settle you along with a majestic landscape and its power to embrace and nourish you.
Family Run 4 star B/B in Dundalk town within walking distance of town centre. All rooms are en suite with tea/coffee making facilities, tv in room. Free Wi Fi and off street parking. Guests can be collected from Bus/Train terminals in Dundalk on request. Golf partners can be arranged.
A lovely country cottage set in a peaceful and tranquil location, yet only 2 minutes walk to pubs, The Riverside Bistro , Restaurants and Bus Stop. 2 Minutes drive from Doolin Pier for ferries to Aran Islands (we can book your trip for you) , Pitch & Putt - Ideal base for touring the Burren
Situated beside Ireland's highest ancient Round Tower, Naomh Colman's B&B, an award-winning family home, offers three warm and comfortable rooms with en suite bathrooms. Josephine Finnegan, your host, has vast experience in the bed and breakfast sector and an excellent knowledge of the local area. All guests will receive a warm welcome in a relaxing and peaceful environment. Television room available to relax in at your leisure, or just enjoy the magnificent Kilmacduagh Monastic Ruins and the Burren Mountains. The Monastic ruins close by, Kilmacduagh, where first established in the year 610 by St. Colman. Occupying the same site is a 14th Century Cathedral, an Abbey and other ruins including Ireland's highest Round Tower (112ft. tall and 2ft out of true). This B&B is ideally located, being only 40 minutes from Shannon Airport, 30 from Galway City, on the edge of the famous Burren and not too far from Coole Park and Lough.
A 4 Star Irish Tourist Board Approved family guest home, recipient of a 4 Star AA Award, and a 4 time Irish Welcome Award winner. Our home is centrally located in an idyllic location overlooking Galway Bay surrounded by extensive gardens with rare plants and flowers. The elevated terrace has comfortable seating and tables for guests to relax and admire the view and coastline. Our facilities include superior spacious en suite rooms all with views of the garden and some with sea views. Free internet access available. We have established a reputation for the excellence of our food and have received 4 Breakfast Awards. Guests can choose from an extensive menu using organic traceable local sourced food and any special dietary needs catered for. We look forward to welcoming you and all of our former guests
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.