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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
409 Bed & Breakfasts in Ireland
CARMELS is set in the heart of the Wicklow Mountains. Glendalough is just a few minutes drive and offers excellent sightseeing at the monastic ruins, also walking, climbing and painting. Almost any relaxation you could dream of. We are a well-established family run country home, renowned worldwide for our hospitality, good food and many other features. We are highly recommended in numerous tour guides. When travelling in Ireland and County Wicklow Carmels is a worthwhile stop, for a long or short stay. Annamoe is a small village 1km away with a shop, tea-rooms, antique shop, leisure park and trout farm. It is home to some very well known entertainment personalities (some of us know it as ..Paddywood...). There are also, a number of good restaurants nearby. Peace, tranquillity and hospitality are awaiting you in this very well established family home set in the heart of the Wicklow mountains on the gateway to Glendalough. Convenient to airport & ferries.
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 hectacres 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.
Seventeenth century country house in the heart of Ireland. 76 acres of woodland with fairy forts and some 300 trees which are centuries old. Bird watching on the lake or fly fishing with boat. A 2.5 acre walled garden with some great walks for garden lovers. As soon as you enter the grounds, driving through the stone arch and past the gate house, you will catch your first glimpse of Lough Ourna, Gaelic for "the lake of the barley". The long driveway to the house offers some superb views of the lake, framed by the ring forts on the shore and the Sleeve Bloom Mountains beyond. All bedrooms have private bathroom and some have a view of the lake. A choice of breakfast awaits you in the dining room. From the full Irish cooked breakfast to the more moderate continental breakfast with fresh fruit, there is no better way to start the day.
Run by Rita Morgan, Armcashel is a comfortable, spacious B&B guaranteeing a peaceful night\'s sleep. Many of our guests returning on a regular basis. Pleasant green view from every window - from home to home. Armcashel has become a very popular base for golfing, fishing and an excellent location for touring the west of Ireland. Friendly atmosphere and warm welcome assured. Varied late or early breakfast. Free WiFi Internet throughout house. Private parking. Packed lunches on request. Convenient for a visit to the spectacular Lough Key, the Arigna Mining Experience and Strokestown Park House. Location - Situated just 1km from the town centre of Castlerea, on the Westport/Castlebar road (N60) A daily train service to and from Dublin is available, we can collect guests from train station on request. Galway 60 mins Ireland West Airport Knock 35 mins Sligo 60 mins
Situated beside Ireland's highest ancient Round Tower, Naomh Colman's B&B, an award-winning family home, offers three warm and comfortable rooms with en suite bathrooms. Josephine Finnegan, your host, has vast experience in the bed and breakfast sector and an excellent knowledge of the local area. All guests will receive a warm welcome in a relaxing and peaceful environment. Television room available to relax in at your leisure, or just enjoy the magnificent Kilmacduagh Monastic Ruins and the Burren Mountains. The Monastic ruins close by, Kilmacduagh, where first established in the year 610 by St. Colman. Occupying the same site is a 14th Century Cathedral, an Abbey and other ruins including Ireland's highest Round Tower (112ft. tall and 2ft out of true). This B&B is ideally located, being only 40 minutes from Shannon Airport, 30 from Galway City, on the edge of the famous Burren and not too far from Coole Park and Lough.
The hosts Maureen and Gabriel will provide you with a very comfortable stay at Hillview. A warm welcome and a friendly cup of tea or coffee are always on offer on arrival. All rooms are en suite with shower and colour televisions. A hair drier and iron are available on request. There is a spacious and secure car park for the exclusive use of guests. A beautiful traditional Irish or continental breakfast with fresh homemade brown bread will be served in the relaxed dinning room at a prearranged time for the convenience of guests.
Pinecrest is a charming family run B&B just a stroll from St. Canices Cathedral and all of Kilkennys shops, pubs, restaurants and tourist attractions - with the added bonus of off-street parking. All rooms are ensuite with TV and hairdryers. Tea and coffee are served on arrival or as requested. Enjoy a lazy breakfast in our delightful dining room. Choose from cereals, fruits and a range of cooked breakfasts. Pinecrest - all the peace and tranquillity of a country house right in the heart of Kilkenny\'s Medieval City.
The house is situated in a quiet residential area at the foot of the Dublin Mountains, close to the beautiful scenery of The Wicklow Way and only about 15 minutes from Dublin city centre and all it has to offer. We have a wide choice of excellent restaurants locally, including Chinese, Thai, Italian and many more only about 10 minutes bus journey away. Full Irish breakfast includes bacon, sausage, pudding, tomato and a choice of eggs with tea / freshly brewed coffee. A large selection of cereals is available along with grapefruit segments, orange juice and toast. Eddie and Maire will be delighted to welcome you, and help with any information and directions you may need to help you make your holiday a memorable one.
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.
Ballyhale Shamrocks GAA is within a 20 minute drive from the Glenraha Farmhouse B&B accommodation. Mullinavat town centre is within a short 10 minute drive from the bed and breakfast. The Glenraha Farmhouse B&B caters for families with children offering babysitting / child services. The guests can sit and relax in the tranquil environment of the outdoor area. Non-smoking rooms are available on request. The rooms offer elegant decor and superb 5-star facilities. The rooms feature tea and coffee making facilities and a TV. Glenraha Farmhouse B&B provides comfortable 5-star accommodation in Mullinavat. It also offers a garden and babysitting/child services. Features include spacious rooms equipped with tea and coffee making facilities and a hairdryer. Glenraha Farmhouse has its very own pub where patrons can socialise while enjoying a casual meal and a drink. Just a 35-minute drive from Waterford Airport. It also provides a convenient base to discover Waterford and Kilkenny.
This farmhouse is over 200 years old and is situated in the picturesque Glenflesk valley. We are located nine miles east of Killarney town on the N22 road. We have six comfortable bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms. There is also a guest sitting room. There is a no smoking policy at Salmon Leap Farm. Salmon Leap has private parking, central heating, power showers, tvs in bedrooms and is approved by the Irish Tourist Board. This is an ideal base for touring the South West of Ireland. For visitors interested in walking or hill walking, we offer guided walks on a number of local hill walking routes. We can adapt the walks to suit your level of fitness. We can also organise walks for beginners and more advanced hill walkers in the Killarney area. There is a site of archaeological interest at Salmon Leap Farm. It is an early Christian burial ground dating from 800 to 1500 AD Please contact us directly by email for further information.
Highfield House is an elegant 18th century period residence situated on an elevated site, overlooking Trim Castle and the River Boyne. Located in a perfect position for you to enjoy the magnificent views of medieval Trim, the historic Boyne Valley including nearby Newgrange, Hill of Tara and Bective Abbey. Tastefully decorated with antiques, art and history, you can expect a relaxing and friendly place to stay. All the bedrooms at Highfield House are furnished to a high standard and have been designed to make your stay a comfortable and memorable experience. A telescope is available to guests so that the most can be made of our excellent views of Trim Castle, Talbot Castle, Yellow Steeple and the River Boyne. Those seeking evening activity will enjoy our great selection of pubs featuring Irish music sessions and more. For the sport enthusiast, there are four golf courses within a ten mile radius, including Trim Golf Course and Headfort. Moy Horse Riding Centre is nearby and there is also good fishing on the River Boyne.