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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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Roselawn House has become a B&B renowned for its welcoming atmosphere and family orientated environment. The proprietor, Marian Collins, has catered for many a guest over the years and has met people from all walks of life. From members of the Irish diaspora returning home to meet family and trace their heritage to weary cyclists, walkers and motorcycle enthusiasts, she has welcomed them all into her beautiful home. Roselawn House is located on the R586, one mile from the bustling village of Drimoleague and almost equidistant by nine miles each from the vibrant market towns of Bantry, Skibbereen and Dunmanway. By being situated in the heart of West Cork, Roselawn House is an ideal touring base for all of South Cork and South Kerry. Drimoleague itself is a parish of great antiquity and offers a vast plethora of amenities and sites of historical, archaeological and personal interest to experience and explore. Once the busiest railway junction in West Cork, Drimoleague has now become the hub of walking networks in the area. Hence the title "The Walker's Junction of West Cork". It is here that the well acclaimed Sheep's Head Way converges with the six Drimoleague Heritage Walkways. St. Finbarr's Pilgrim Way, a 37km ancient pilgrim path to St. Finbarr's hermitage at Gougane Barra, also starts here. The walkways discover a landscape of remarkable beauty, undulating farmland, pristine riverbank and a largely unspoiled flora and fauna.
College House, 50 Upper Drumcondra Road, is a comfortable Victorian residence, situated directly opposite the main entrance to St. Patrick\'s College on the N1, the main road between Dublin Airport and Dublin city centre. Standard and ensuite rooms available. Many restaurants and pubs are closeby, within walking distance and many more are within easy reach by bus or taxi. Shopping in Dublin city is a very pleasant experience. Take some time also to sample the fine cuisine that Irelands Capital has to offer.
Golf Links View is a luxurious and comfortable lodging situated in a quiet location close to Waterville village. All bedrooms are en-suite with TV, tea/coffee facilities, hair dryers, power showers and orthopaedic beds. Free Wifi broadband access available. Varied breakfast menus available, with a selection of fruit and a variety of cereals with home baking a speciality. For our guests, a luggage transfer and pick up/drop off service provided for walkers. Washroom & drying facilities available. Pick up point nearby for trips to the famous Skellig Rock, one of only three Irish dedicated UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Luxurious accommodation at an affordable price. Situated in the heart of Connemara 2 miles from Letterfrack National Park 5 miles from Kylemore Abbey and only 15 minutes drive to Clifden. Ideal location for touring and walking. Close to beaches, horse riding deep sea fishing and mountain climbing. All our rooms en-suite bathrooms with TV and tea/coffee making facilities. Home baking, magnificent breakfasts at a time of choice. Warm welcome with complimentary tea or coffee on arrival. Peaceful and tranquil setting. WiFi and private parking. Pubs shops and restaurants 2 miles.
Four star rated \"Fern Hill\" is an award winning B&B. It was a Welcome Ireland finalist 2006 and was Gulliver Ireland\'s choice as Best B&B (South East Region) 2008. It has been operating as a B&B for the last 12 years and is located in the most scenic and exclusive part of Tramore with views of Tramore Bay ( The graveyard of ships) from most of its rooms.There are many opportunities to keep yourself occupied from energetic sports such as surfing and sailing, to golf. Alternatively, there are many more leisurely pursuits, such as walking around the historic parts of Tramore and Waterford, Within the wider South East region, there are numerous activities to keep you occupied. We have details of many drives which you would enjoy around this part of the country.
Ross Castle Lodge, a 4 Star B&B offering luxurious bed and breakfast. Set on the edge of Killarney town amidst magical woodland and close to beautiful Lough Leane. Just a short distance to the ancient Ross Castle from where boat trips across the lough are available. Ross Island, accessible via a small bridge, has many walks through the woods, often at the edge of the lake. You can walk to Killarney town centre via the marked paths while enjoying the fresh air and wonderful views. You are always guaranteed a gracious and warm welcome by the proprietors, Denis and Rosaleen O' Leary, who's hospitality is renowned. Our newly decorated bedrooms are elegant and spacious with all essential facilities. Elegant double, twin and triple en suite bedrooms are furnished with orthopaedic beds, T.V., tea/coffee facilities, electronic safes, hairdryers, trouser press and clock radio. Relax, after a long day, in our guest lounge with multi-channel T.V, or take advantage of our very attractive gardens. Our breakfasts are freshly cooked to your order. A computer is available for guests, together with free WiFi. The house is R.A.C rated 4 Diamonds and is an award winner each year since 1999.
Whitaker Lodge Bed & Breakfast accommodation, set in its own gardens with outdoor furniture, is in the town of Mullingar. Extensive breakfast menu to satisfy most tastes. A guests lounge helps guests to relax after a busy day. There is free WiFi and private parking.
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.
Room Only, minimum stay two night for €120. Calafont B&B is an easy drive from Cahersiveen or Waterville. We recommend a trip to The Skelligs Rock(a World Heritage Site) - spectacular scenery, birdlife and an incredible 6th-century monastic settlement - a trip we can arrange and all who go, say they will never forget. The picturesque village of Portmagee is within walking distance with its great pubs, restaurants, traditional music and dance. Overlooking Portmagee Channel with views of Valentia, Bray Head and the Atlantic Ocean. Things to do locally include a visit to Glanleam House & Subtropical Gardens, Valentia Heritage Centre, Valentia Island Ice Cream factory, producing award-winning ice cream in many flavours, Tetrapod Trackpads, laid down some 385 million years ago and so much more to see and do.
Family run guesthouse, 5 minutes walk from town centre. Local amenities include a theatre and cinema complex, as well as a top of the range sports & leisure centre with an adjacent 25 metre pool. Golf can be arranged at any one of 3 championship courses nearby. We are centrally located close to Limerick junction racecourse and 3miles from scenic Glen of Aherlow for hillwalkers and fishermen.