Book a Bed and Breakfast - Ireland B&B
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
419 Bed & Breakfasts in Ireland
Located just 2 miles from Galway this 3 star B&B is a modern friendly home with spectacular views of River Corrib. We have free Wifi, Private parking, TV, Tea/Coffee in bedrooms. Tours can be arranged to Cliffs of Moher and Connamara with a bus pick from the door.We have excellent bars and restaurants nearby including the world famous Pullman Restaurant which is part of the Orient Express. We also have an award winning garden to stroll around and relax. Winacre Lodge is family friendly and also pet friendly. The only thing we overlook is the lake! Among the facilities available near by are golf, fishing, pony trekking, scenic walks and watersports.
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.
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.
Elegant, luxurious house with spacious rooms, on a quiet road with beautiful scenic views overlooking the Druid Circle, Kenmare town, mountain and valley scenery. Kenmare town centre is only a six minute walk with its fine restaurants, pubs offering Irish Music sessions, gift shops and art galleries. We are an ideal touring base for the Wild Atlantic Way Ring of Kerry, Beara and Killarney. All rooms are large, have free WiFi, a refreshment tray, hairdryer, TV and en suite bathoom. The breakfast menu is extensive and includes homemade breads and local free range eggs.
Aaron Lodge B&B sits at the foot of the Mullaghareirk Mountains with panoramic views of the west Limerick countryside. The family run B&B has recently been refurbished to a very high standard, offering guests personal attention at all times with modern, clean rooms at affordable prices. Each room boasts its own en-suite or private bathroom. All rooms are equipped with flat screen satellite TV's, iron, hairdryer and tea/coffee making facilities .WI-FI is available in all rooms free of charge. Located just off the N21 Limerick to Kerry road, this is the perfect stop over or base when travelling from the Cliffs of Moher,Galway to the Ring of Kerry ,Dingle and Killarney. Shannon Airport is a 60 minute drive whilst Kerry Airport is only 40 minutes away. Located on the 60 mile Great Southern Trail from Limerick to Tralee, walkers and cyclists can enjoy the surrounding countryside. Local towns Newcastle West and Abbeyfeale are only a 10minute drive. Local pub and restaurant is a 2 minute drive or a 10 minute stroll away.
19th Lodge Ballybunion is a golfer's paradise, aptly named for its enviable location, directly opposite Ballybunion's famous links and on the Wild Atlantic Way. Your host, Mary Beasley, is justifiably proud of the fact that over 80% of her bookings are repeat business. This speaks for itself and reflects her genuine hospitality and attention to detail. Green fee concessions are available for Ballybunion course. Gourmet breakfasts are served in the dining room with a panoramic view of the links. After playing Ballybunion for the first time, a man would think that the game of golf originated here. Located on the Shannon estuary, it is a true seaside links course, virtually treeless and a course of sharp contours throughout. There appears to be no man-made influence. It looks like a course laid out on land back in the 10th century. News: 19th Lodge has consistently been given a 5 star rating by its guests on the B&B Reviews Website.
An Capall Dubh B&B is a local family run B&B in a peaceful, secluded courtyard right in the heart of the delightful town of Dingle with its fishing harbour, fine restaurants, traditional pubs and art galleries. Although close to all that Dingle has to offer the accommodation is in a quiet location, ideal for those wanting to relax. There is a wheelchair accessible ground floor room while, on the first floor, 5 spacious en suite bedrooms, refreshingly decorated. Dingle is on the Wild Atlantic Way and the ideal location from which to explore the peninsula. Take the Slea Head Drive on the Wild Atlantic Way, a memorable experience, once done never forgotten. Dramatic seascapes, small coves, blue flag sandy beaches, archaeological sites(Cathair Deargain, Kilmalkedar, Gallarus), art and pottery studios, Mount Brandon, Ireland's second highest mountain, water sports including great surfing, fishing, trips to the Great Blasket Islands, 3 golf courses and so much more.
All rooms are non-smoking and tastefully furnished with white cotton bed- sheets, power showers and toilets en-suite with large white towels. Internet enabled Flat Screen HD TVs in all rooms allow you to connect with Facebook or Skype direct from your TV. All rooms have free cable internet and Wi-Fi available. A private lounge is available at all times. Enjoy a cup of coffee and browse through our travel books while you plan for the day. Before you set off choose from options including a lovely home cooked breakfast or our selection of local farmhouse cheese.
Silver Beach House Bed and Breakfast is a beautiful family run B&B offering luxurious accommodation on the edge of Galway City and along the Wild Atlantic Way. It offers a great starting point for exploring the beautiful Connemara region. We provide our guests with a high standard of service in beautiful surroundings. Our guestrooms are elegantly designed and feature every modern convenience. We are very proud of our delicious breakfast menu. Silver Beach House B&B is a short 10 minute drive to local attractions, shops, bars and restaurants in the Galway City Centre or simply leave your car here and take the bus from bus stop just outside! We offer our guests private parking, free WiFi and a hospitality tray in each bedroom. We can provide information on tours and outdoor activities in the area. Our guests can relax in the main lounge and the front garden patio, while enjoying the serene tranquillity and peace and quiet. The seaside resort suburb of Salthill is also convenient for Golf courses, whilst Celtic Heritage lovers will find plenty of treasures to explore, including the Cliffs Of Moher, Connemara and the mystical Aran Islands.
Duinin House, which in Gaelic means little fort is situated just 1km from Dingle town. Duinin House boasts of modern rooms with free wi-fi, free parking and a bright conservatory, with scenic views and easy access to Irish countryside. Rooms overlook the garden or the hills. Guests can enjoy hot beverage with home made cake on arrival. A hearty breakfast, cooked to order, is served daily.
Cead Mile Failte. An Dooneen is a beautiful 3 star B&B established in 1958 in the picturesque village of Kilcooley, in the heart of the Gaeltacht area. Located at the foot of Mount Brandon and Carraig Hill, An Dooneen has stunning views of Smerwick Harbour and The Three Sisters. The rooms at An Dooneen are all en suite and spacious throughout. Guests are treated to a hearty breakfast from a varied menu including traditional home baked brown breads and scones. Guests are invited to use the cosy sitting room to make tea or coffee at any time. There are two restaurants within walking distance of the house and a choice of four local pubs where good food and drink can be enjoyed with traditional music and craic.