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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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Fernrock B&B Killorglin is consistently rated 5 stars by guests on B&B Reviews - Superb views - Tours arranged. Frommer Guide recommended. Ideal base for touring Ring of Kerry, Dingle - 20 minutes from Kerry Airport, Killarney & Tralee. This Killorglin and Milltown B&B is situated on The Wild Atlantic Way. It has Seven Championship golf courses within one hours drive from this beautiful premises. Local amenities include golf, horse riding, fishing, walking, climbing, magnificent beaches, traditional music and gourmet restaurants. Situated 3kms (2 miles) from Killorglin Town. Did you know Killorglin hosts an annual festival, called Puck Fair, each year. Its the oldest festival in Ireland and is held on the 10th, 11th and 12th of August. A goat is crowned King Puck and honoured in the centre of town for these 3 days. Killorglin is jam-packed with free entertainment such as open-air evening concerts and street entertainment. If you have any questions about Killorglin, the ring of Kerry or Puck fair please feel free to contact me. We at Fern Rock look forward to your stay and hope to see you soon.
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.
Clifden White Heather House is the perfect place to stay when visiting Clifden, Connemara or touring the Wild Atlantic Way. Situated in Market Square, close to the bus stop, restaurants and bars, where there is traditional Irish food & music to be enjoyed every night. All rooms are newly refurbished with en suite bathrooms in each room, tea/coffee facilities, hairdryers (available on request), USB charging ports & free Wifi. We have rooms looking out on the wonderful Clifden Bay or on to the main square in the heart of the town. Owned and run by Gerard King, who has a wealth of local knowledge, Gerard has done enormous work helping to promote Clifden and Connemara with his involvement with the local Chamber of Commerce and is only to willing to ensure that you make the very most of your visit to Clifden 3 Star rating with Irish Tourist Board. Open May-September
Bungalow on Limerick - Dublin Road with pleasant nature gardens. Rated 91.8% by 15 out of 15 visitors, this property is ideally situated as a stop over for someone travelling from the Southwest to Dublin and is also convenient to University of Limerick. All rooms are comfortably furnished with guests requirements in mind. Adjacent to shops and restaurants. For those with an early start, an early breakfast can be arranged. For those who like to go walking, Clar Glens and Glenstal Abbey are all within a 20 minute drive.