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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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392 Bed & Breakfasts in Ireland
Our location allows guests to enjoy the peace and tranquillity of traditional Irish farmland, while being close enough to Dromahair, Manorhamilton, and Sligo to experience some of Ireland's most popular coastal towns and villages. Situated very near to the breathtaking Wild Atlantic Way, there is plenty to see and do. Explore the lakelands and mountains nearby in Leitrim, wander through magnificent woodland areas, or seek out ancient tombs and monuments. After a day of adventure, unwind with a relaxing massage or Reiki healing session as part of our Ardvarney Holistic Caring. With such an array of activities, you'll wish you had more time here! Children up to 1 year old stay for free, with a cot provided at no extra cost. Children 2-4 years old are half price when booked into your room.
Clareview House Bed and Breakfast is owned and managed by Brenda and Michael Mc Tigue. They have built their enviable reputation on providing guests with the warmest of welcomes and an authentic taste of Irish country life. You will be welcomed into a warm family atmosphere, where you will find the opportunity to have a memorable break, at whatever pace you decide. Action-packed with hill walks, beaches and all this beautiful part of the world has to offer. Clareview Farmhouse comes highly recommended by many well-known travel writers. More importantly, it comes highly recommended from the guests, many of whom come back year after year. Kinvara is an ideal base from which to explore the wild beauty of the West of Ireland. The village of Kinvara itself is a picturesque fishing village conveniently located for easy access from both Galway City and Shannon Airport. The village is home to some well-regarded restaurants and of course several traditional Irish pubs while the vibrant, bustling city of Galway is only a short drive away. Kinvara is also the gateway to the limestone landscape of the Burren and the Cliffs of Moher. Brenda can also help organise boat trips to the Aran Islands or advise you on the unique experience of a medieval banquet at nearby Dunguaire Castle. The spectacular scenery of Connemara to the northwest of Galway city is also within driving distance.
Woodlands is a friendly family run B&B with a private car park opposite Killarney National Park with a walkway to town centre through the park. Nearest B&B to Killarney Riding Stables, Killarney Golf & Fishing Club and the Castleross Hotel. Situated on the start of the main Ring of Kerry and Dingle Routes. A Relaxing sleep and a delicious breakfast is the perfect way to start your day. Woodlands is ideal for those who want to sample the surrounding countryside and enjoy what Killarney's nightlife has to offer from traditional music to great cuisine. Private parking for guests.
Wicklow B&B: 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.
Danabel Bed & Breakfast is a spacious house situated only 3 minutes walk from Kinsale town centre and only 20 minutes from Cork International Airport and Ferry. The bedrooms, all of which are non-smoking, are tastefully decorated. Some bedrooms have sea views and ground floor bedrooms are available. Irish Tourist Board approved, and Frommers Recommended. Credit Cards accepted.
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.
Set on secluded, wooded grounds in the heart of Ennis town, just 10 minutes walk to the town centre, Railway View House is a purpose-built Bed and Breakfast with comfortable, modern guest rooms and quality breakfasts. Hosts Kathleen Cahill and her husband Denis provide very pleasing Bed and Breakfast Accommodation in a quiet, residential setting. Railway View House is easy to reach by car and close to all amenities. Kathleen is obliging and helpful, pleased to dispense advice. Each of the guest rooms are decorated in a relaxed, country-cottage motif, with wooden floors. Bedrooms are en-suite and tea and coffee making facilities are available in each room. There is also a relaxing, comfortable lounge should you feel the urge to unwind after your day's travel. Just twenty minutes drive to Shannon Airport. Ennis provides the ideal stopover point on the first or last night in Ireland and is the ideal location from which to enjoy the attractions of the west of Ireland.
The Olde Forge has been serving breakfast to Kerry visitors for over 20 years! We are located a 2km from the village of Caherdaniel and provide an ideal base for short or extended trips to the region. Our rooms boast an unrivalled view over Kenmare bay to greet you in the morning. All rooms have W.C. and shower en suite. A flexible and varied Breakfast is served from 8am. A variety of rooms are available for families and smaller parties. Caherdaniel has one of Kerry's most beautiful beaches.
Dingle B&B: Dingle Marina Lodge is run by Thomas Barrett and Katharine Keane. We are one of Dingle's newest purpose-built B&B's overlooking Dingle marina & harbour and conveniently located for all of Dingle's best restaurants & bars. Locally caught seafood awaits!A stroll to one of Dingle's renowned music venues for some live traditional music the perfect after-dinner treat! Our accommodation comprises eleven en suite rooms, with a ground floor bedroom for guests who have difficulty with stairs. We make it our priority to offer a warm welcome and comfortable stay in a clean and cosy environment. Fresh coffee and sweets are provided in the lobby area daily for our guests. Thomas & Katharine are willing to spend time with you giving directions, maps and tips on the best places to visit on the Peninsula. A scrumptious breakfast in our bright dining room in the morning - consisting of homemade pancakes served with fresh fruit and maple syrup, poached eggs on toast (with or without fresh Dingle Bay Smoked Salmon), scrambled eggs (with/without fresh Dingle Bay Smoked Salmon), Omelette with cheese and bacon - all cooked to order and of course our buffet table laden with delicious choices including cereals including muesli and granola, greek yogurt and honey, fruits, grapefruit segments, fruit juices, a variety of tasty cheeses and crackers...and more! The Dingle Peninsula is the most Westerly tip of Europe and is known for its archaeological sites. The Dingle Peninsula and in particular Slea Head drive provide some of the most beautiful scenic areas in the world. Once described by "National Geographic" - as the most beautiful place in the world! Popular with walkers, cyclists, horse riders and golfers, the scenery is truly unique. Be warned, you may come here on holiday and never leave! Other popular activities include Dolphin watching or swimming with Fungi the Dingle Dolphin - beach horse riding or horse back mountain trails - visiting the Great Blasket Islands and much more!
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
Eas Dun Lodge B&B in Donegal has 4 modern, well furnished bedrooms, all with en-suite bathroom facilities. The rooms consist of 2 double rooms and a family room (with a double bed and single bed) and a twin room. All rooms are en-suite with Tea/Coffee making facilities, Television and free WIFI broadband internet. All rooms have views of the lake, Lough Eske, or of the Mountains. Whatever you are looking for, be it be tranquillity of the Donegal Countryside, the rich history and heritage of County Donegal, the craic of an Irish Town or simply the warmth and hospitality of a family run Irish Bed and Breakfast, you will find it here. Eas Dun Lodge Bed and Breakfast sits at the foot of the Blue Stack Mountains perfectly situated for walking also there is the lake side and forest walk all you have to do is step out of the front door and you are overlooking the lake and mountains. The Historic Donegal Town is 7km, you can visit the Old Abbey, Donegal castle and Donegal Bay. Nearby is the fishing town of Killybegs and you can carry on the coastal drive to Sliabh Liag the highest cliffs in Europe.