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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
410 Bed & Breakfasts in Ireland
Seanor House is a family run B&B set in the beautiful seaside resort of Ballybunion. Your host is Sean Stack ably assisted his daughters Maire and Brid. Their aim is to make your stay so enjoyable that you will want to return again and again. Be greeted on arrival with tea and coffee in the sitting room, available throughout the day. All rooms have TV, Hairdryers and en suite bathrooms with a selection of toiletries. Breakfast is a choice of full Irish, continental, porridge(with cream and, if desired, a little whiskey), yoghurts, fresh fruit and juices, toast and much more. Guests are welcome to use the gardens during fine weather. Just 1km brings you to a fine sandy blue flag beach. A lockup is available for bicycles, fishing gear, golf clubs etc. Only short drive to the Tarbert Ferry.
A warm welcome awaits you in this award winning B&B, located only 5 minutes from Dublin Airport. Rathview House is an elegant detached family home. Set in a quiet leafy area, yet only a 2 minute stroll to the vibrant town of Swords. The guest accommodation consists of four uniquely styled bedrooms, each with its own ensuite, hairdryer, flatscreen TV, and tea/coffee facilities. Free Wi-Fi access is available in all rooms. Iron and Board available upon request. There is an excellent breakfast menu to choose from each morning served between 8am - 9.30am. Both Sharon and Allen look forward to welcoming you to our home.
All the facilities of Dingle are on the doorstep. On offer are shops, pubs, restaurants, gift shops, art galleries, traditional Irish music, Ocean World, diving, Fungi - Dingles own Dolphin and much, much more. In fact all the ingredients of a perfect holiday. Maps and guides are available and as much advice as you need. The local bus stop and tourist office is just across the road. We speak Irish so those wishing to use our language are always welcome. The Town House has 6 six bright and spacious double/twin rooms all with en-suite bathrooms. Siobhan provides a tasty and filling Irish breakfast with a buffet choice of starters.
Wayside is located in a peaceful lake and mountain district known as the Gap of Dunloe. Rest well and wake up to a delicious breakfast cooked to order with local produce. Walk, cycle, pony-trek or travel in a horse-drawn carriage through this great glacial valley. The Band B is ideal for touring Dingle, Ring of Kerry, Beara and Killarney (6km). Ideal area for golfing, fishing & touring - all tours arranged. Traditional Irish music sessions at Kate Kearney's Cottage (1km) with bar food served daily. Hotel Dunloe Castle is nearby. The surrounding area has fabulous gardens with trees & shrubs from around the world. The Dunloe Ogham Stones are nearby (Ogham being the earliest form of Irish writing). Ideal base for climbing Carrantouhill, Ireland's highest mountain, along with the MacGillicuddy Reeks and the Purple, Tomies, Sheehy Mountain Ridge which afford spectacular views over upper, middle and lower lakes. Fishing on the River Laune (Permits: salmon Euro25, trout €8 per day) available. Also nearby IS Beaufort Golf Course(18 hole)
Hazelbrook is located 2km from Killarney Town. Hazelbrook is just a 15min drive to Kerry Airport and is at the Gateway to the Ring of Kerry and Dingle drives. Hazelbrook is a short walk to the famous viewing point in Aghadoe. A great accommodation for the golfer, walker or cyclist as Hazelbrook is within walking distance of the Killarney National Park. A self-catering kitchen is available for guest use at all times during their stay. The kitchen can be used to cook light evening meals . A light breakfast is included in your room rate which consists of breads, cereals tea and coffee. The bright and colourful bedrooms are en-suite and all have free wifi and T.V. At Hazelbrook guests can enjoy a private scenic garden with a BBQ area or relax in the spacious lounge . There is also a bar and restaurant just 100 metres away from Hazelbrook Killarney. Lidl store is 1km Free parking Free Wifi is included in your rate.
Overlooking historic Boyle Abbey, Cesh Corran is a beautifully restored Edwardian house. A recipient of Failte Ireland Welcomes Merit Award 2002-2006, this convenient and elegant retreat provides free wireless broadband, laundry service, private parking & garden for guest use, TV, central heating, hairdryer and tea-making in rooms, cot & high chair available.All diets are catered for and home baked brown & gluten-free breads is offered with home made preserves. Packed lunches available. For those with an interest in fishing, Cesh Corran is ideal with facilities such as a tack and drying room and boat hire arrangements.
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.
Glenfort House B&B, situated in a quiet area, is just one mile from the centre of Tralee. Tralee is Kerry's county town and as such, has much for the visitor to see and do. Tralee is also the gateway to the Dingle Peninsula, is an easy ride to the Ring of Kerry, Ballyheigue and Banna with their fine beaches and close to several championship golf courses. The town boasts restaurants to suit all pockets, traditional pubs, tea rooms, the National Folk Theatre the Aqua Dome, a multi screen cinema, gift shops and art galleries. All the rooms in Glenfort house offer en suite bathrooms, hospitality tray, TV and hair dryer. There is a guest lounge with TV and in the mornings a delicious breakfast. Within walking distance is an excellent Bar & Restaurant offering seasonal nightly entertainment.
The five rooms in Kate and Andrew Cooke's restaurant with rooms, QC's, are the grooviest in all of Kerry. You don't just want to stay in these rooms, you want to possess them, such is their astute luxury, their beyond - good finishing, their sense of escape. One of the secrets of their success maybe that the rooms and furnishings are slightly larger - than - normal - life.
Lakelands Farm is a luxurious guesthouse ideally located on the scenic shores of Europe's finest salmon and seatrout lake, Lough Currane close to Waterville in County Kerry, Ireland. From every window you will enjoy outstanding pamaramic views of the lake and mountains. All rooms have ensuite bathrooms, direct-dial telephone, satellite TV, plus tea and coffee facilities. There are also a number of rooms with balcony or Jacuzzi and room service is available for a small charge. Enjoy home-cooked meals in the spacious dining room while looking out over stunning views of the beautiful Lough Currane. Relax in comfort by a large open fire in either of the spacious lounges, one of which is equipped with satellite TV. Frank, one of your hosts, is a professional angling guide and boatman. He has his own boats, with engines, for hire, which are moored on the private shoreline just 300 metres from the guesthouse with easy access by car. The Fishing Season opens 17th January through to 30th September. Guided tours to Church Island.
LANE LODGE Bed and Breakfast is situated in the heart of Doolin Village only 2 minutes walk from Gus O'Connor's Pub, famous for its Traditional Irish Music sessions. You will find shops, restaurants and Pubs and the other Village at walking distance. We are minutes from Doolin Pier where boats run to the Aran Islands and 10min drive to Cliffs of Moher and the Burren limestone area.
Situated in a quiet area just five minutes walk from the town of Inisean, we are the ideal base to tour this stunning corner of Donegal. With magnificent sea views Inisean B&B is on the Wild Atlantic Way and will make your stay memorable. The name Inisean come from the Gaelic for Island of the Birds which can be seen from most of the guest bed rooms and from the dining room.