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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
Carraig Liath house is a purpose built Valentia stone house, which overlooks the beautiful fishing village of Portmagee with views of the sea, islands and the mystic Kerry mountains. Ideally located as a base to visit the famous Ring of Kerry or the Skellig Islands now an UNESCO heritage site, where boats trips depart daily and can be arranged on request. Carraig liath house consists of three large en-suite bedrooms, all tastefully decorated to a very high standard, with orthopaedic beds, power showers, hairdryers, tvs, tea and coffee and free high speed internet access , all with comfort in mind. Five minutes walk to Portmagee where you can sample traditional music on Friday and Sunday nights, and why not partake in the Irish night on Tuesdays nights. Why not relax and enjoy tea or coffee with some home baking on our newly designed patio where you can watch the boats come and go in the harbour. Open all year.
Fortview B&B is a three star family-run farmhouse where you will enjoy a personal warm welcome with all the comforts of a real Irish home, sitting beside a glowing turf fire. Catherine, your host can help you trace your ancestors and arrange sporting activities from a game of golf to a gillie for fishing to make your stay memorable in Ireland. All rooms are sympathetically decorated and combine the comfort of modern living with the peacefulness of country living. Fortview farmhouse offers en-suite bedrooms and the breakfast to delight your taste buds where you can sample home baked Irish breads, organic free-range eggs and home reared meat.
Woodlands award winning Bed & Breakfast situated on the edge of the Burren with unspoiled landscape and unique flora & fauna. Ideal touring base for the Cliffs of Moher, Doolin Cave, Ailwee Cave, Aran Islands, Connemara, Galway City,Kilmacduagh Monastry and Dunguaire Castle where you can enjoy a Medieval Banquet. . Secure Parking and Large Garden for guests use. Free WiFi available.
Anne and Paul Harris would like to welcome you to Dromagowlane House, situated on the beautiful Beara Peninsula at the foot of the Sugar Loaf Mountains. The house dates back to the late 1700s and has been modernised and extended to the highest standards. Dromagowlane House is a 4 Star Irish Country House B & B, approved by Failte Ireland, the Irish National Tourism Body and we are members of Bed & Breakfast Ireland. WiFi is available free of charge to guests. Dromagowlane House is set in its own grounds of 20 acres, with an organic farm, garden and orchard that supplies the house.
Whether for bed and breakfast or a self-catering holiday, Lis-Ardagh Lodge in Union Hall is the perfect base from which to explore picturesque West Cork. And with our gym and sauna, a relaxing break is more than assured. Skibbereen, Clonakilty and Baltimore are all just a short drive away, whilst walkers can wander along the coast with it's sandy coves, finding archaeology and history all around.
With breakthtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean (Killala and Lacken Bay) , this family run Bed and Breakfast distinguishes itself both in terms of quality and customer service. Voted the overall winner of the top 25 B&B's in Ireland in 2018 and 2019 by Trip Advisor reviewers. En-suite rooms; turf fire; minutes walk from Lacken Beach, minutes from Downpatrick Head & Ceide Fields and spectacular breakfast, packed lunches and evening meals. The only problem is.....you won't want to leave!
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.
Sea Court B&B Tramore ( Bed & Breakfast) is a comfortable and homely adult only AA & Failte Ireland 4 star award winning Bed & Breakfast located in the seaside town of Tramore, Co. Waterford in Ireland. It serves as the perfect place to stay during your visit to Tramore our gorgeous seaside town. Sea Court bed and breakfast is ideally located in Tramore, just minutes walk from all local amenities and our famous Blue Flag Beach. We are just a 10 minute drive to the popular House of Waterford Crystal where you can buy some of our famous locally made Crystal and get a guided tour of the factory. Guests at the Bed and Breakfast in Tramore can relax and enjoy a cup of tea/coffee on arrival. Free WiFi Internet access is available throughout the house and we have a free secure private car park at the rear of our house. All rooms are en-suite, spacious and decorated to a high standard. All rooms have TVs, clock-radios, hairdryers, complimentary showergel, shampoo & tissues. Sea Court B&B Accommodation is within easy walking distance of the town of Tramore, with its wide variety of fine restaurants and exciting night life. It also makes the perfect place for a relaxing get away with fantastic Scenery, Activities and Amenities. Tramore itself has lots to do and see. The near by activities include some of Ireland's most challenging golf courses, regular horse racing, an indoor water park, amusements and horse riding to name a few. After a hearty breakfast, you can take a stroll on our gorgeous 5km golden beach and take in the stunning scenery, which was awarded the Blue Flag Award for 2011. Keep an eye out for the Metal Man keeping watch on top of the cliffs. Seacourt is a homely Adult Only Home
Doughlasha is a family run B&B, 6km from Killarney town centre. It has seven bedrooms, five are ensuite and two with a bathroom with a shower/Jacuzzi. The B&B boasts spectacular views of the mountains and breathtaking views of the Killarney Lakes. If you are a mountain climber Doughlasha is the place for you. We are 10 mins from Cronin's yards which is the main starting point for all climbers to Carrantouhill. We provide packed lunches, dinners etc. if required. We are walking distance from a hotel/pub which serves delicious food. For children, we have a playground with swings, slides, seesaw & trampoline. The playground is enclosed so you can relax in the patio area. We also provide a buggy, cots and a babysitting service. You are welcome to use our barbecue, we provide all the utensils, glasses, cutlery and use of our fridge freezer. All rooms are en-suite and are equipped with T.V., Hairdryer, Iron, Ironing Board, Tea/Coffee facilities, Fridge, Shampoo, Shower Gel.
A newly renovated house within 3 minutes drive of Ballycotton Bay, offering peaceful accommodation, spacious double, twin and triple rooms with spectacular views. Attractive guest T.V. lounge and conservatory for relaxation with great books to browse through. Beautiful Views, Cliff Walking and Stephen Pierce Pottery 2 km away. Tea and scones on arrival. Guest lounge to relax in with log fires, weather permitting!!! Home baking is our speciality with our own free range eggs from our Rhode Island Red hens. Recommended by Alistair Sawdays - Special Places to Stay in IrelandIrish Welcome Award 2006