Book a B&B in Ireland
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. B&Bs ALWAYS include breakfast in their room rates and hot food is freshly prepared to order. Ireland B&B MAP
425 Bed & Breakfasts in Ireland
Strand's End House, Strand's End, Cahersiveen, Co. Kerry is run by Joan and Eamonn Bowler. Guests can expect what Eamonn and Joan have always excelled in: intimate knowledge of the area, a love of hospitality, going the extra mile to make guests feel welcome, cosseted and comfortable.Eamon has deepened his knowledge of the environment, he loves to feed wildbirds, he bakes traditional and contemporary specialties, and he intends to provide all his guests with a unique, memorable experience of Kerry Geo Park (the Iveragh Peninsula). This B&B is ideal for those who want to experience genuine hospitality, where the guest is paramount and every support to explore and appreciate the region is given. Hill walkers and out-door enthusiasts are especially welcome.
Valerie & Anthony Sheehy invite you to Lurraga House. This friendly home on the Dingle Peninsula has splendid views of the Kerry Mountains & Tralee Bay. Rooms come equipped with TV, Wifi Internet, hairdryers & Tea/Coffee facilities. Ensuite with power showers and complimentary toiletries for your convenience. In the morning, chose from our menu in the sunny breakfast room. Relax in our sun lounge while planning your days activities. Enjoy a game of pool or enjoy the peaceful surroundings in our garden with ample seating after a busy day touring. We are a stop in Camp for the tired walkers who walk the famous Dingle Way, and we can arrange to transport the luggage to the next B&B. We also do packed lunches.
A lovely country cottage set in a peaceful and tranquil location, yet only 2 minutes walk to pubs, The Riverside Bistro , Restaurants and Bus Stop. 2 Minutes drive from Doolin Pier for ferries to Aran Islands (we can book your trip for you) , Pitch & Putt - Ideal base for touring the Burren
Luxurious & spacious - consistently rated 5 Star by guests, Windermere House has 5 ensuite bedrooms - each room is equipped with additional home from home items such as a tea/coffee facilities, trouser press, TV, hairdryer and FREE WiFi. Located 1km from Bilberry Lake. There is an excellent breakfast menu and help at hand if you need boat hire or information about the area. Castlebar hosts the largest indoor entertainment complex in Mayo with excellent shopping and a wide range of excellent restaurants to suit a variety of tastes. The vibrant town of Westport boasts busy shopping streets, arts & crafts, restaurants, traditional Irish music in pubs and many other visitor attractions.
Birchwood is an Irish family owned and operated B&B. Opened in 1991 Mary and Tom Mac Donnell have established a reputation as caring hosts offering excellent accommodation and food at reasonable rates. Birchwood is set on 1.5 acres of gardens in a tranquil rural location just outside the village of Kilgarvan with a south facing aspect overlooking a Birch Tree Forest and wonderful natural scenery. It is both Irish Tourist Board registered and carries 4 star rating from the AA. With 5 large comfortable and attractively decorated bedrooms including double, twin and family rooms it caters for a wide range of guests. Both the dining room and lounge face onto the gardens for your added enjoyment. Birchwood's many return guests can vouch for the most wonderful breakfast menu which caters for the most discerning palate and is served with fruits and juices of all kinds together with home made breads and preserves.
Ocean View Bed & Breakfast owned by Maureen Doherty is a warm and friendly home. Rooms are tastefully decorated, en-suite and equipped with saorview TV, radio-alarm and free WiFi. Wake each morning to a full Irish breakfast and fresh baked goods. Located in the heart of the Ring of Kerry with spectacular views of both the sea and mountainside. Relax in our peaceful living area looking out on a magnificent landscape with access to an abundance of information and literature on County Kerry and Ireland. We are pleased to arrange local tours and cycle rentals for our guests. Enjoy an American-Irish welcome with complementary tea/coffee and home baked treats in a relaxed atmosphere.
Annascaul House is a family run Bed and Breakfast situated in the heart of Annascaul village, nestled along the Wild Atlantic Way and only 15 minutes away from Dingle. A popular choice not only with hikers, but also families who wish to explore the beautiful Dingle Peninsula. With many of our guests returning on a regular basis, we always make sure that each stay with Annascaul House B&B is a memorable and enjoyable experience. Our beautiful accommodation consists of four en suite bedrooms, a dining room and a lounge. A private car parking is available at the front of the house. On a sunny day our guests can also enjoy a private garden. Annascaul village is home to famous Irish sculptor Jerome Connor and Antarctic Explorer Tom Crean. Whether you want to explore an abundance of local hiking trails, visit Dingle, or just relax on Inch beach, you are sure to find Annascaul House your perfect accommodation choice.
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.
Expect a warm and friendly welcome from your hostess, Elizabeth, while staying at Sleepyhollow. Our comfortable ground floor guest rooms comprise of single, double, and twin rooms, all beautifully appointed, with hardwood floors and en-suite facilities. Our focus is on providing a clean and welcoming environment for our guests. You can enjoy a cup of tea or coffee while relaxing in the private guest lounge where you can also watch T.V., browse through the extensive library or sit out on the patio overlooking the garden. Other amenities include off street parking and Wi-Fi access. A delicious, Continental breakfast awaits you each morning, with various nutritious options to choose from. For those who enjoy outdoor pursuits, there are plenty of leisure activities in the area including horse riding, golf, tennis, cycling, hill walking and fishing. Check-in 12.00 -18:00. Please advise us at least 24hrs. prior to arrival of your approx. arrival time. Check-out 10.30
Emlagh Lodge is located on Dingle shore and commands breathtaking views of the bay & harbour, while you experience the tranquillity of the countryside, the town centre is just a 5 minute stroll along the shoreline & harbour. There are fine restaurants, shops, art galleries and craft centres making traditional Irish goods.Winner of the B&B Network Marketing Award - Best Overall Performance 2006. This prestigious award is indicative of a high level of personal service and attention given to those booking online. "The B&B Network is proud of its award winners and thoroughly recommends Emlagh Lodge to visitors to Dingle". Local Activities & Amenities include; Diving & Sailing Club, Horse Riding, Hill walks & treks along the Dingle Way, "Funghi the Dolphin" boat trips & swims daily, Local restaurants & bars, Local beaches & surfing, Archaeological tours daily, Blasket Island & Local Echo tours daily(Weather permitting), Ceann Sibeal golf course and Shore & Sea Angling.