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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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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.
Sli Na Mara B & B, ideally located in the heart of Medievil Galway, run by George and Bridie Thomson, offering both comfort and convenience during your stay in The City Of The Tribes. Sli Na Mara Bed and Breakfast Accommodation offers a homely, friendly and relaxed atmosphere. We pride ourselves on the personal service and attention, we offer to all our guests. Translated, Sli Na Mara means Way/ Path To The Sea with breath taking views of the Atlanic Ocean and Galway Bay not far from your door step. Sli Na Mara is just a 10 minute walk from Galway's bustling Eyre Square and Bus Station and only a five minute stroll from the world famous Promenade. This family run B & B is the answer should you be visiting Galway for business or pleasure thanks to its central location and quality accommodation. Sli Na Mara boasts four ensuite rooms for you to enjoy during your stay. Each room has spacious bathrooms, modern furnishings and generous storage space for those taking a well deserved long vacation. All rooms also have cable T.V. and for those on business a free wireless connection so work won't get in the way of you enjoying all Galway has to offer. Tea and Coffee is available and prepared on request, we believe that Tea and Coffee facilities are impersonal when located in ones room and prefer the personal touch and a quick chat over a cuppa!
Georgian country farmhouse, listed in "The House of Kerry", previously forming part of the 6000 acres Godfrey Estate. Now working farm nestled between Kilderry Wood & Banks of the River Maine, with commanding views of Slieve Mish mountains & The Dingle Peninsula. Avail of 1st class recreational facilities nearby - choice of golf courses, horseriding, sandy beaches, fishing, woodland and hill walks to mention but a few. Or simply relax and unwind by open fires and enjoy the ambience of country life and the warm welcome that awaits you.
Welcome to Atlantic View on the Wild Atlantic Way, set between the beautiful Sky Road Peninsula and overlooking Streamstown Bay. The house offers a level of comfort & tranquillity that's hard to match while being less than 2km from Clifden town, the Capital of Connemara, with its excellent restaurants, pubs and music. The bedrooms are spacious, beautifully decorated and most of all, warm and comfortable. All of our rooms are en suite, with TV's, tea/coffee, hair dyers and irons. Most of our rooms also have king size beds. We cater for all groups, the single traveller, couples, friends and families. We also have 2 large family size rooms with private TV sitting areas, large bathrooms and beautiful views of the Atlantic. We offer a wide variety of choice for Breakfast, with our Home Baking a speciality.
Prague House is a family run B&B in Galway City and has been newly refurbished and tastefully decorated, to give a warm cosy atmosphere only 5 minutes from the cobbled stoned famous Quay Street, just a short stroll from the Salthill promenade and beach, where you can see the sun go down over Galway Bay. Prague House has comfortable spacious family and double rooms, with private en suite bathrooms and pressurized showers to revitalize the tired traveller. You can park your car at Prague House and walk five minutes into town where you will find many shops and coffee bars and the best nightlife in the West, with many pubs where you hear traditional sessions and music to suit every ear. There are big variety of cuisine to sample in the various restaurants where you can walk along the pedestrian streets and check out the various sample-menus. Galway is renowned for its cultural theme with its theatres and art galleries and there is often street entertainment to make your visit enjoyable.
Claiming the best views in Ireland, the Scarriff Inn B&B at Caherdaniel is a family run Bed and Breakfast Inn renowned for its Irish welcome. From all bedrooms there are majestic views of Derrynane, Kenmare Bay and Bantry Bay. The Inn is halfway round the Ring of Kerry midway between Waterville and Sneem. Dine in the seafood restaurant and sample the outstanding cuisine as recommended by Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber or relax in the Visa bar and enjoy the scenery and ambience.
Both Peter and Mignonne welcome you to Driftwood, a four star rated B&B situated a mere 10-minute walk from the centre of Kenmare where we are sure you will have a pleasant and relaxing stay with us. The area has spectacular natural beauty where walking, cycling and outdoor pursuits will allow you to fully enjoy the charm of the south west coast of Ireland. The Bedrooms are luxuriously appointed with an en-suite with a power shower. All rooms are carpeted with natural wood furnishings, televisions, hairdryers, clock alarms and complimentary tea/coffee facilities.
This 4-star, 200-year Old Farmhouse Boasts Stunning Mountain Views, Delicious Generous Breakfasts Using Home-grown Produce Such As Raspberries, Strawberries & Rhubarb And Friendly Helpful Hosts. Well Situated For Touring South And South-east Ireland. Trout And Salmon Fishing Can Be Enjoyed Along 1.5 Km Of Water On The Rivers Suir And Tar Which Surround The Farm. Equipment Hire Can Be Arranged. The Nearby Knockmealdown Mountains Feature Numerous Beautiful And Scenic Walks.
Lettermore Country Home is situated in a delightful rural area just two miles south of Rathdrum on the Avoca road (R752) in County Wicklow, The Garden of Ireland, just one hour's drive south of Dublin and adjacent to Avondale Forest Park, home of Charles Stuart Parnell. Avoca village is four miles away and is the location of the very popular BBC TV series, Ballykissangel. Avoca is situated in a picturesque valley stretching back to the Meeting of the Waters which is two miles away. The poet Thomas Moore immortalised this meeting point. Here on a rustic seat, formed from the root of a tree, Moore is said to have written the words of the famous Irish song, the Meeting of the Waters.
Knockawn Wood is situated in a rural setting yet is only five miles away from Blarney and a fifteen minute drive from Cork City. Run by Ita O Donovan, Knockawn Wood Bed and Breakfast is a picturesque, restful warm country home in the beautiful Lee Valley. Tea & scones on arrival. In the rooms, electric blankets available to guests along with TV, Wifi Internet Access and hairdryers. Private parking on site. Open all year. Among the amenities nearby are pitch and putt, fishing on Inniscarra Lake, walks and shopping and convenient to Blarney Castle. Close to award winning Blairs Pub and Restaurant. Frommer recommended.