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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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Recipient of AA Awards 2011-2013, Clochard B&B is an AA 3 Star luxurious friendly family home at Spires Gardens, a small exclusive and peaceful area and recipient of Galway City Council awards in 2007 and 2009 and 2010 for the city's best maintained gardens and flower/shrub beds. Pat & Helena Hanlon are your hosts. Spires Gardens was originally part of the O'Hara of Lenaboy Estate. The house is part of a small development which is surrounded by a high wall and defence tower. The wall and tower dates back to the early 19th Century and would have been requisitioned by Lieutenant Colonel O Hara. Pat and Helena originally came from Donegal and "Gaeilge" the native Irish language is spoken. Helena has worked all her life in the catering profession. Complimentary House Award from Galway City Council for 2005 Free 24 hour wireless broadband Internet access Best Maintained Residential Area Award - Galway City Council
Devonview House - a charming, well preserved Georgian house situated in the heart of Youghal. Newly renovated, its luxurious rooms are full of character and exquisitely furnished with antique furniture. Devonview House is a warm friendly family run bed and breakfast and the perfect location.
Four Star Irish Tourist Board approved Bed and Breakfast. Set in 2 1/2 acres of private grounds, a twenty five minute walk from Killarney town. Shraheen House is a family-run B&B. You will experience the warmest of Irish hospitality when you stay with us. All rooms are en-suite. Extensive breakfast menu served with our speciality - Maureen's home baking. Free WiFi throughout.
Lyntom House B&B is a luxury country home, situated on the delightful West Limerick Drive R523 between Newcastle West and Listowel. We are just 2ks from the Village of Athea on the banks of the river Gale abundant in trout and eel. We are on an elevated site in a rural country setting, with views over woodland and west limerick hills. Wildlife such as Foxes, Badgers, Hares, Rabbits, and wild Pheasant is a constant feature in the fields in and around our property. All rooms are en-suite comfortably furnished with quality beds, TV, tea, coffee and hair dryers. Rooms are bright and spacious. We also have a common room with fireplace for guests to relax in peaceful surroundings. Our Garden has a patio area, beside a small stream in our property where our guests can also relax while taking in the hillside views. From Dublin it's a 4hr drive, Shannon Airport is 50ks, Kerry Airport 30ks and about 2 hrs drive from Cork Airport. We are ideally situated for day trips to The Ring Of Kerry, Cliffs of Moher, Blarney Castle and historic Limerick City. We are just 10K from the village of Glin which has spectacular views over the river Shannon. The villages and towns that surround us are all very unique in their own way, with plenty of restaurants and music bars. Walking or Cycling is also an attractive pastime along our quiet country lanes. What makes our B&B different is that we are slightly off the beaten tourist track, yet close enough to do all the usual tourist attractions available. Lyn and Tom take great pride in ensuring their guests are made welcome and comfortable. Tourist advice and information on areas of local interest is readily available. You can be assured of comfortable relaxing restful accommodation in this lovely place. It is a Home From Home.
Your hosts Barry and Goretti Guilfoyle have been involved in looking after their guests over ten years. Barry is a qualified chef with Ballymaloe Cookery School experience so you can be assured of a really special breakfast. Facilities that we offer include en suite rooms, tea/coffee, internet and car parking. On the social front, we are close to Cork City centre and all its restaurants El Padrino, Liberty Grill, The Boardwalk, Isaacs, Jacobs on the Mall, Soho, Wagamama, Milano, and many more.
Situated on Cleveragh Road (off Pearse Road) in Sligo Town, Tree Tops provides B&B for those touring the Wild Atlantic Way. We are 5 minute walk from Sligo town centre. All bedrooms are ensuite with television, hairdryers and tea/coffee making facilities along with wireless Internet access. Tree Tops is a non-smoking home. Listed with Frommer, Guide du Routard, Best B&B and many other recommendations. Off Street car parking is available. Credit cards welcome. Open all year (except Christmas). Approved Bed and Breakfast - On road to Lough Gill - delightful walks and views nearby
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.
Newly renovated house within 3 minutes drive of Ballycotton bay, offering peaceful accommodation, spacious double, twin and triple rooms with spectacular views. Attractive guest T.V. lounge and conservatory for relaxation with great books to browse through. Beautiful Views, Cliff Walking and Stephen Pierce Pottery 2 km away. Tea and scones on arrival. Guest lounge to relax in with log fires, weather permitting!!! Home baking is our speciality with our own free range eggs from our Rhode Island Red hens. Recommended by Alistair Sawdays - Special Places to Stay in IrelandIrish Welcome Award 2006
The Glasha farmhouse is an attractive farmhouse set in splendid grounds. Owned and personally run by Paddy and Olive O\'Gorman, who endeavour to make your stay as enjoyable and comfortable as possible. Situated in an idyllic location, Glasha is an ideal base for a touring holiday, an activity holiday or a relaxing break. For those not wishing the challenge of the Comeraghs or the Knockmealdowns after breakfast, there are beautiful scenic circular road walks from the house. The farmhouse has ensuite bedrooms and more superior rooms with jacuzzi baths, conservatory and outdoor patio. All bedrooms are ensuite, with radio, TV, tea/coffee facilities, snack bars, bottles of Irish spring water, hairdryers, electric blankets and magazines.
Castle House is a FIVE STAR B&B set in eleven acres of farmland and situated on the edge of Castlegregory Village. The house is just a short distance away from the beach. The Dingle Way passes the boundary of the garden. There is a large garden area where residents can enjoy the farm atmosphere. Hostess, Sheila, was the winner of the 'Calor Housewife of the Year'. in 1983. She was four times winner of the 'Irish Welcome Award'. Bedroom Facilities include TV, hairdryer, bathroom toiletries and information folder. Credit Cards and Vouchers not accepted. Breakfast: Choices of fresh juices, cereals and fresh fruit / Full Irish breakfast / Porridge with a choice of toppings / Pancakes with maple syrup and fresh fruit / Omelets made to order / scrambled egg with smoked salmon / vegetarian options available / tea, coffee, hot chocolate
This beautiful house, in a quiet location, is a family-run B&B offering rooms with en suite bathrooms, TV, hairdryers, free Wi-Fi and lovely views of the garden and peaceful surrounding countryside. The spacious interior is tastefully decorated, each bedroom in an individual style. A single bed can be added to some of the bedrooms. Limerick City is only a 10-minute drive and offers excellent pubs(often entertaining with traditional Irish music), a selection of great restaurants and many fine shops. Limerick golf course is only a short drive. Do not miss a visit to the 13th-century Castle of King John, located by the River Shannon.
In the heart of Dingle town, Archway Lodge is a modern, beautifully decorated and well-maintained bed and breakfast. All the bedrooms are en suite with a shower, television, hairdryer and tea and coffee making facilities.It is an excellent base for touring the dramatic and wild Dingle Peninsula with its cliffs, long sandy beaches, sea and bird life. There are good surfing beaches on the north and west coasts as well as other water sports available.Some of the local attractions include Irelands second highest mountain (Mount Brandon), Fungi the famous local dolphin, the Blasket Islands, and the Dingle Aquarium.For the active there is the Dingle Way(a 179km walking trail), a leisure centre, bowling alley, golf, horse riding and mountain walking.Dingle offers fine restaurants(all offering fish landed in Dingle harbour), traditional Irish music evenings in many pubs, gift shops and art galleries selling paintings and sculptures by local artists. Dingle - what more could you ask, the perfect holiday destination.