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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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Emmet House is a small boutique style B&B situated in Emmet Square, Birr, Co Offaly. It offers rooms with flat screen freesat tv\'s, free wifi and home cooked food. The rooms at Emmet House feature seating areas and work desks. They also include hairdryers, tea/coffee making facilities, slippers and toiletries. Some rooms have a four poster bed. Traditional Irish breakfast is served in the dining room which has a polished wooden floor, a chandelier and views out across the square. Emmet restaurant is situated opposite the guest house. Birr Vintage week is held every year in August. The Tullamore Show is also held in August and is just a 15 min drive. The Country Fair is held in Birr Castle in August. We are near the Slieve Bloom Mountains which is keen with walkers. Kinnitty Castle is a 10 min drive. The Leap Castle (the most haunted castle in Ireland) is a 10 min drive. Birr is in the centre of Ireland. Galway is a 50 min drive.
Ballylawn Lodge B&B accommodation is a 4 Star Quality country house overlooking beautiful Lough Swilly, a short drive from Letterkenny. 4 bedrooms, all with ensuite bathrooms - 1 superking, 2 king sized beds. Ample parking, wifi and TV available in guest lounge. 15 minutes from Letterkenny and 20 minutes from Derry, which was the UK City of Culture last year. Well placed for walking, golf, fishing, etc. Ideally placed for exploring the picturesque North West with easy day trips to venues such as the Giants Causeway, Bushmills distillery, Ulster American folk park, Glenveigh National Park, Belleek pottery, Slieve League, Grianan bronze age fort, etc.
Killyon is a beautifully appointed 6 bedroom Guesthouse, located on the banks of the Boyne, in the town of Navan, County Meath, Ireland. Run by Michael and Sheila Fogarty, Killyon Guesthouse accommodation is rated to 4-diamond standard by the AA and is also recommended by the Michelin Guide and Georgina Campbells.
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
For a completely different Dublin experience stay at O'Neill's Victorian Pub & Townhouse. Dating from 1885 this historic pub has been in the same family for over 120 years and is excellently located in the centre of Dublin right by Trinity College. This charming Victorian building features eight rooms with a choice of Double, Twin, Triple or Family rooms which sleeps 4 people all with modern en suite bathrooms, TV, hair-dryer, bed linen and towels included. Breakfast, lunch and dinner is served during the day and free high-speed WIFI is available for guests throughout the building, coffee and tea making facilities are also available.
We are a family run Bed and Breakfast, The Ford. Nestled amongst the Caha Mountains, overlooking the Sheen River and six miles from the well-known heritage town of Kenmare noted for its Award Winning Restaurants, Galleries and Craft shops. The Ford Bed and Breakfast is located on the Beara Way, making it a prime location for keen walkers. Also being ideally situated for touring the unspoiled Beara Peninsula, and the famous Ring of Kerry. Molly Gallivan's Cottage and Traditional Farm is only a five-minute drive away. World famous Garnish Island Gardens in the idyllic village of Glengarriff are only a twenty-minute drive away. The newly opened Bonane Heritage Park is five minutes walk from us. This park contains many ancient sites of archaeological interest, ring forts, stone circles, a famine ruin and standing Stones. It shows that our parish of Bonane was inhabited 6000 years ago. Guided walks can be arranged around the park.
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.
Your hostess, Mary, welcomes you to Glen House Bed & Breakfast. Glen House is a friendly B&B in Youghal, on Ireland's southern coast. A 45-minute drive from Cork Airport, and just a 2-minute walk from the centre of Youghal town. One en-suite bedroom at Glen House enjoy beautiful harbour views,the other bedrooms are on the ground floor with private entrance. The guest house offers free parking and Wi-Fi. Singles are very welcome. Each room has a TV, tea and coffee facilities and its own en suite bathroom, with a shower, or a large bath with overhead shower. Toiletries are provided, and each room has a hairdryer and an electric blanket for colder nights. An excellent home-cooked breakfast is served each morning. Lunchtime and evening dining is available at restaurants within a short walk of Glen House, with global cuisine and plenty of local seafood available. A pretty coastal resort, Youghal offers beautiful beaches, river cruises and water sports. You can explore its long and colourful history in the Youghal Heritage Trail, and discover the town's links to Sir Walter Raleigh and Oliver Cromwell.
Rosemont Guest House is a traditional run family guest house and we would like to offer a warm welcome to you. We offer our guests comfortable accommodation in a warm and friendly atmosphere, all our rooms are en suite with hair dryers, radio alarm clocks, TV and tea and coffee making facilities. We have safe off road parking and a secure garage for bikes along with free wireless broadband. On request and with prior notice where possible we offer a breakfast menu for special dietary requirements including vegan options. There is a TV room for our guests to relax in, a travel cot and high chair are available for our younger guests and we also offer a 50% discount for children under 10. Complimentary tea and coffee offered on arrival.
Experience authentic Irish hospitality situated amidst lush gardens on the N71 minutes from Kenmare town. A warm friendly welcome is assured on arrival. Visitors will be treated to gorgeous garden views. A three night stay is recommended as it is an ideal base for visiting Ring of Kerry, Ring of Beara or nearby Muckross House & gardens. A day of activity is what a guest remembers when reflecting on a vacation. Why not spend a day taking a leisurely walk, cycle or climbing a mountain. As the host is a hill-walking enthusiast, guests planning to take to the Kerry hills will have an inside track on the best and most picturesque local routes. Alternatively you can chill out and sit by the river that flows by the house to watch the fish swim in the pools or gaze at the ever changing skies while drinking a glass of wine or reading a book from the house library the choice is yours. Each morning a selection of breakfast is available to invigorate our guests and prepare them for a days travelling through majestic mystical countryside.
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.