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
407 Bed & Breakfasts in Ireland
Wits End is a family run Bed & Breakfast located on the Main Street of Roundstone village in Connemara, an area of outstanding natural beauty. The accommodation enjoys fantastic sea and mountain views and has been recommended by many guide books. All visitor attractions in Connemara are less than 40 minutes drive from Wits End, making it an ideal place from which to explore Connemara. We are open nearly all year round and there are special rates for mutiple night stays (3 or more nights). WiFi is available throughout the house.
For a completely different Dublin experience stay at O'Neill's Victorian Pub & Townhouse. Dating from 1885 this historic pub has been in the same family for over 120 years and is excellently located in the centre of Dublin right by Trinity College. This charming Victorian building features eight rooms with a choice of Double, Twin, Triple or Family rooms which sleeps 4 people all with modern en suite bathrooms, TV, hair-dryer, bed linen and towels included. Breakfast, lunch and dinner is served during the day and free high-speed WIFI is available for guests throughout the building, coffee and tea making facilities are also available.
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.
Wayside offers B&B accommodation and is located in a peaceful lake and mountain district known as the Gap of Dunloe near Killarney. Rest well and wake up to a delicious breakfast cooked to order with local produce. Walk, cycle, pony-trek or travel in a horse-drawn carriage through this great glacial valley. Wayside B and B is ideal for touring Dingle, Ring of Kerry, Beara Peninsula and Killarney (6km). Ideal area for golfing, fishing & touring - all tours arranged. Traditional Irish music sessions at Kate Kearney's Cottage (1km) with bar food served daily. Hotel Dunloe Castle is nearby. The surrounding area has fabulous gardens with trees & shrubs from around the world. The Dunloe Ogham Stones are nearby (Ogham being the earliest form of Irish writing). Ideal base for climbing Carrantouhill, Ireland's highest mountain, along with the MacGillicuddy Reeks and the Purple, Tomies, Sheehy Mountain Ridge which afford spectacular views over upper, middle and lower lakes. Fishing on the River Laune (Permits: salmon Euro25, trout Euro8 per day) available. Also nearby is Beaufort Golf Course(18 holes)
Recipient of AA Awards 2011-2013, Clochard B&B is an AA 3 Star luxurious friendly family home at Spires Gardens, a small exclusive and peaceful area and recipient of Galway City Council awards in 2007 and 2009 and 2010 for the city's best maintained gardens and flower/shrub beds. Pat & Helena Hanlon are your hosts. Spires Gardens was originally part of the O'Hara of Lenaboy Estate. The house is part of a small development which is surrounded by a high wall and defence tower. The wall and tower dates back to the early 19th Century and would have been requisitioned by Lieutenant Colonel O Hara. Pat and Helena originally came from Donegal and "Gaeilge" the native Irish language is spoken. Helena has worked all her life in the catering profession. Complimentary House Award from Galway City Council for 2005 Free 24 hour wireless broadband Internet access Best Maintained Residential Area Award - Galway City Council
An Capall Dubh B&B is a local family run B&B in a peaceful, secluded courtyard right in the heart of the delightful town of Dingle with its fishing harbour, fine restaurants, traditional pubs and art galleries. Although close to all that Dingle has to offer the accommodation is in a quiet location, ideal for those wanting to relax. There is a wheelchair accessible ground floor room while, on the first floor, 5 spacious en suite bedrooms, refreshingly decorated. Dingle is on the Wild Atlantic Way and the ideal location from which to explore the peninsula. Take the Slea Head Drive on the Wild Atlantic Way, a memorable experience, once done never forgotten. Dramatic seascapes, small coves, blue flag sandy beaches, archaeological sites(Cathair Deargain, Kilmalkedar, Gallarus), art and pottery studios, Mount Brandon, Ireland's second highest mountain, water sports including great surfing, fishing, trips to the Great Blasket Islands, 3 golf courses and so much more.
Greenview is just a short walk from Tralee town centre with its restaurants, pubs, night life and shops. Close by is the Aqua Dome, and exciting water world, the county museum, the multi screen Omniplex cinema and the Siamse Tíre Folk Theatre. In the same road as Greenview are 3 restaurants, a Bistro, an Italian and the Galleon Restaurant in the Brandon Hotel. All the bedrooms have en suite bathrooms with power showers, tv, hairdryers and a hospitality tray.
Seaside traditional stone cottage located along the beautiful shores of Dingle Bay. Cosy, quiet, safe retreat in the town two streets away from gourmet restaurants, traditional pubs, craft shops, art galleries, harbour tours and Ocean World. We provide Wifi internet access from bedrooms. If you are looking for self catering.
Daleview House Is a family run B&B with spectacular views of Lough Swilly. We are located aprox. 8Km from Letterkenny and there is easy access to the N13 route (Letterkenny to Derry). We have 4 Family Rooms available - tea coffee provided on arrival. Guests may take advantage of FREE WIFI in all areas. Garden with outdoor furniture. This is a smoke-free property.
We are a family run Bed and Breakfast, The Ford. Nestled amongst the Caha Mountains, overlooking the Sheen River and six miles from the well-known heritage town of Kenmare noted for its Award Winning Restaurants, Galleries and Craft shops. The Ford Bed and Breakfast is located on the Beara Way, making it a prime location for keen walkers. Also being ideally situated for touring the unspoiled Beara Peninsula, and the famous Ring of Kerry. Molly Gallivan's Cottage and Traditional Farm is only a five-minute drive away. World famous Garnish Island Gardens in the idyllic village of Glengarriff are only a twenty-minute drive away. The newly opened Bonane Heritage Park is five minutes walk from us. This park contains many ancient sites of archaeological interest, ring forts, stone circles, a famine ruin and standing Stones. It shows that our parish of Bonane was inhabited 6000 years ago. Guided walks can be arranged around the park.
Castle View B&B is overlooking Lough Gill, Parke's Castle, Innisfree Island, Arigna Mountains, O'Rourke's Table, Queen Maeve grave and St. Angela's College. All rooms are en-suite, and have TV and internet access. Castle B&B is located outside Dromahair in Co. Leitrim within close proximity of Sligo City and the town of Manorhamilton. It is an inviting, three star registered bed and breakfast. At the end of the road you will find Parke's Castle and the Rose of Innisfree boat trip. This beautiful family home has a selection of six en-suite rooms all comprehensively equipped with cable TV and hairdryer. There is also a separate kitchen for those wishing to cook their own food, this also contains washing and drying facilities for clothes. JJ has worked in the hospitality trade for a large number of years. He provides an extensive menu choice at breakfast time. This meal is served from 8am to 9.30am in the dining room which has splendid views of Lough Gill and Innisfree Island (featured in the poetry of W.B.Yeats). Another interesting feature of the house is they have open fires lit constantly. JJ will also help you plan your daily itinerary. He will book the dailyboat bus tours. This dramatic landscape was inspirational to and played no small part in the success of films such as Black Ice. A short drive will take you to the local village, which consists of four pubs, a shop and the Riverbank Restaurant and a little further on to reveals a wide range of restaurants, pubs and shops. Your host JJ, originally from Dromahair, provides a warm welcome and a home from home atmosphere in this spacious modern home. JJ can also do guided tours, including the history, of Dromahair and the surrounding area.