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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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338 Bed & Breakfasts in Ireland
The four-star Redwood Country House & Apartments offer Bed and Breakfast and Self-catering Holiday Apartments 2 miles north of Killarney town and are ideally situated between the Ring of Kerry & Dingle Peninsula. The guesthouse surrounded by 15 acres of pasture & gardens offers Queen, twin, family & ground floor rooms, large dining room, guest sitting room with adjoining conservatory overlooking gardens. Sample Breakfast Menu Choices of fresh juices, cereals and fresh fruit /Full Irish breakfast /Pancakes with maple syrup and fresh fruit / Omelets made to order / scrambled egg with smoked salmon / vegetarian options available / Home baking / tea, coffee and hot chocolate. Tours include the Ring of Kerry, Dingle Peninsula and the Gap of Dunloe. Tour coaches leave Redwood each morning at 10.30am and return at 5pm.Apartments offer large en-suite bedrooms too suit 2 or 3 guests. Apartments contain 1 large en-suite bedroom, sittingroom & fully-fitted kitchen/Dining. Weekly rates are available. All en-suite rooms have Hairdryer, Multichannel TV, Wifi, & Tea/Coffee facilities.
Teresa and Pat Holden have been entertaining guests at their beautiful Auburndale B&B on the outskirts of Kilkenny since 1991. Many visitors from all corners of the globe have enjoyed the warm hospitality and comfortable surroundings of this large, modern home. Teresa and Pat spent twelve happy years living in the US and Pat - a Vietnam Veteran - served in the US Navy SeeBees. Our bright comfortable dining room is a perfect setting for meals and friendly conversation, where you will enjoy our home cooked breakfast served at your convenience.
Cong B&B: Ballykine, near Cong and Clonbur in Galway, is a 200-year-old lodge on an estate owned by the world-famous Guinness family. The house overlooks the renowned fishing lake of Lough Mask and has its own private grounds with fine gardens, surrounded by 900 hectares of beautiful mixed woodlands with forest & lakeside walks. Select accommodation is offered with all rooms en suite, central heating and TV in all rooms and games room and library room. Whether it is for a short break or your annual vacation, whether you are seeking a quiet and relaxing time or the more adventurous holiday, Ballykine House is the ideal base for you.
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.
Golden Rose House Is just 500 yards from Knock Shrine. Newly built and in private grounds, this B&B offers guests guests a peaceful stay. Complimentary home made scones and tea. Knock Airport Is 10 mins away. Train Station In Ballyhaunis 6 Miles & Bus Stop nearby. Guest Rooms have private bathroom and King Size Beds.
Located in Trim and within 700 m of Trim Castle, Caravogue House features a shared lounge, non-smoking rooms, and free WiFi. Popular points of interest nearby include Talbot Castle, St. Patrick's Cathedral and Sheep's Gate. All rooms are equipped with a balcony. At the guest house, every room is fitted with a wardrobe, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom. All units will provide guests with a toaster. Guests at Caravogue House can enjoy a continental breakfast. Popular points of interest near the accommodation include Trim Visitor Centre & Tourist Office, Newtown Monuments and Yellow Steeple. The nearest airport is Dublin Airport, 49 km from Caravogue House.
Cappa House B&B is a newly opened Bed & Breakfast 1.2 miles from Eyeries village on the beautiful Beara Peninsula West Cork. Its luxury en-suite bedrooms and spacious dining room overlooks the scenic Coulagh Bay. Singles / couples and families can all be accommodated in Cappa House B&B and we also have a downstairs bedroom with wet room. Free Wifi is also provided throughout the house.
Wicklow B&B: The Meath Arms B&B and Grainstore Restaurant is nestled in the heart of stunning Wicklow. Still basking in the glory of being awarded Ireland's tidiest town in 2007 and the county winner in 2008, The Meath Arms offers accommodation in a beautiful Country Inn with a long tradition of hospitality. Established in 1728 the business is today still owned and run by the Phelan family. Recently refurbished it offers superb accommodation with a relaxed, friendly atmosphere. The Inn is located in the centre of Aughrim Village, which was the overall winner in the national Tidy Towns competition in 2007. The Meath Arms B&B is a great destination for anyone interested in golf, fishing, hill walking, or as a perfect base for touring the garden of Ireland. Taxi and luggage transfer available for walkers. "That little spot in Wicklow where the air breathes sweet content." - 'To Aughrim' a poem by Desmond L. Morley
Modern bungalow overlooking sea,on scenic Sky Road - a designated 16 km cycle route. Family home with extra comforts.Ideal walking, angling, pony-trekking etc. beside National Park, Kylemore Abbey, beaches etc. Daily trips to Aran Islands and Innishbofin. Highly recommended for home-cooked food and vegetarian choice. 5 star reviews from several satisfied guests. A warm welcome awaits you.
"If Kerry is the kingdom, The Fairview Boutique Hotel Killarney is the castle", 'Magnificent, absolutely wonderful, stunning, gracious, delicious. We'll be back". Some of the words written by guests in our Guestbook. Superbly located in the heart of Killarney, the Fairview offers a refreshing approach to accommodation, standing out from the crowd and named Killarney's Best Boutique Hotel. We have awards for our high standard of accommodation: AA 5 Star & RAC 5 Diamonds, Sparkling Diamond & Warm Welcome Award, B&B Network Top Accommodation, Killarney Best New Development Awards - the prestigious Little Gem Awards. As part of the experience, the Fifth Season Restaurant offers guests a specially priced menu - an opportunity for our guests to sample the fine food so enjoyed by locals and visitors alike.
Very cosy place that feels like home. Clean and neat. Perfect location - right in the centre of Ardara. Nora is such a lovely and helpful person. You should definitely stay there if you are in that part of Donegal. Ardara is a great little town. Amazing scenery on your doorstep.