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
411 Bed & Breakfasts in Ireland
Our B&B is located on the Sky Road at the waterfront in a lovely bay. You will stay in a quiet and comfortable house. Clifden town, heart of Connemara, is only at 5 minutes by car. Famous sites like Kylemore Abbey, Connemara National Park, Ballyconneely's golf, Roundstone or port of Cleggan (departure to Inishbofin) are very closed to us. Enjoy your Holidays in a quiet and beautiful place
Ballykine, near Cong and Clonbur in Galway, is a 200 year old lodge on an estate owned by the world famous Guinness family. The house overlooks the renowned fishing lake of Lough Mask and has its own private grounds with fine gardens, surrounded by 900 hectacres of beautiful mixed woodlands with forest & lakeside walks. Select accommodation is offered with all rooms en suite, central heating and TV in all rooms and games room and library room. Whether it is for a short break or your annual vacation, whether you are seeking a quiet and relaxing time or the more adventurous holiday, Ballykine House is the ideal base for you.
Prague House is a family run B&B in Galway City and has been newly refurbished and tastefully decorated, to give a warm cosy atmosphere only 5 minutes from the cobbled stoned famous Quay Street, just a short stroll from the Salthill promenade and beach, where you can see the sun go down over Galway Bay. Prague House has comfortable spacious family and double rooms, with private en suite bathrooms and pressurized showers to revitalize the tired traveller. You can park your car at Prague House and walk five minutes into town where you will find many shops and coffee bars and the best nightlife in the West, with many pubs where you hear traditional sessions and music to suit every ear. There are big variety of cuisine to sample in the various restaurants where you can walk along the pedestrian streets and check out the various sample-menus. Galway is renowned for its cultural theme with its theatres and art galleries and there is often street entertainment to make your visit enjoyable.
A charming country home in a quiet and scenic area. The splendid gardens, manicured by your host Mary, are there for you to enjoy together with the horses, ducks and other animals. Rossbeigh, famous for its sand dunes and long beach, is only 12km(7.46 miles). Close by are the McGillycuddy Reeks, Irelands highest mountain range, Blackstones Bridge and Lickeen Forest, where a stroll by the river could start or end an idyllic day. The area is an artists dream and perfect for walkers and rock climbers. Rocklands B&B offers 2 generous double rooms with a great Irish breakfast.
The Bord Failte Approved Smugglers Inn, Waterville, is a second generation family business established in 1980 and sits beside a 2km sandy beach. It is well known for it's warm hospitality, comfortable en-suite bedrooms complete with TV, hair dryer, tea & coffee facilities, and most rooms boasting breathtaking sea or mountain views. Recommended by many good food guides, the award winning gourmet restaurant with panoramic sea views overlooking Ballinskelligs Bay, serves modern Irish and continental cuisine and specialises in fresh locally sourced seafood, meats and other produce, showcasing prime ingredients from along the Wild Atlantic Way. See live lobsters in our tank. Variety of bar snacks also served in our fully licensed bar. Chef/Proprietor: Henry Hunt. Waterville is popular for those who enjoy outdoor pursuits - for golf fanatics you could almost tee-off from the Smugglers Inn to the world famous 18 hole championship Waterville Golf Links. For fishermen the nearby Lough Currane is popular for catching salmon & sea trout; hikers might like to walk the Kerry Way; or you can go horseback riding along the beach or through the forest - something for all to enjoy.
Ocean View Bed & Breakfast owned by Maureen Doherty is a warm and friendly home. Rooms are tastefully decorated, en-suite and equipped with saorview TV, radio-alarm and free WiFi. Wake each morning to a full Irish breakfast and fresh baked goods. Located in the heart of the Ring of Kerry with spectacular views of both the sea and mountainside. Relax in our peaceful living area looking out on a magnificent landscape with access to an abundance of information and literature on County Kerry and Ireland. We are pleased to arrange local tours and cycle rentals for our guests. Enjoy an American-Irish welcome with complementary tea/coffee and home baked treats in a relaxed atmosphere.
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.
This charming 18th century house is situated in the heart of the Cahersiveen town, close to Pubs, Restaurants and amenities and the bus stop. On both the Ring of Kerry Road and the Wild Atlantic Way it is an ideal starting point for the Skelligs. The property was at one time used as a coast guard station. O'Shea's is a family run B&B nestled at the foot of the Beenetee mountain over looking the majestic river Fertha. En-suite bedrooms, with TV and Tea/Coffee facilities and a Breakfast menu. It is highly recommended and is open Jan to Dec. Skellig Michael, one of the worlds finest example of early Christian Monastic Architecture. Local history, walking, jogging and cycling routes and other tourism information available by our friendly staff. All Beauty Treatments Available on-site Places of Interest: Daniel O'Connell birth place - O'Connell Memorial Church The Abbey of the Holy Cross - Ballycarbery Castle Leacanabuile Stone Fort - Cahergeal Stone Fort Old Barracks Heritage Centre - Many Archaeological & Historical sites Blue Flag beaches Recently built Marina
Overlooking Rusheen Bay, less than 10 minutes' walk from the seafront, Salthill B&B is located in Salthill, 2.5 miles from Galway. The B&B offers a garden, shared lounge with TV, free private parking, and free Wi-Fi throughout. The rooms come with a flat-screen TV with cable channels, hairdryer, tea and coffee making facilities and a wardrobe. They also have an en suite bathroom with bathtub or shower and hairdryer.
Chelmsford House Bed and Breakfast is a luxurious friendly home 5 minutes walk from Killarney town centre. Awaken to magnificent Muckross View overlooking the world famous lakes and mountains of Killarney. Guests can enjoy a full breakfast menu in this comfortably spacious dining room every morning before they depart on their day's journey. All guest bedrooms are en-suite and are non-smoking. Each room has TV and Tea & Coffee making facilities along with hairdryers.
Watersedge is a purpose built B&B nestled in the Sheen Falls woods and is just 10 min walk along the waterfront to Kenmare Town. Our bedrooms are finished to a very high standard. All our rooms are ensuite with power showers, hair dryers, flat screen television and DVD. The beds are fully orthopaedic and floors contain hollow core concrete sound proofing. There is hot tea / coffee and biscuits available all day in our guest dining room which overlooks the harbour. We have an extensive library with books, local maps and a large selection of DVDs. We also have cards, chess and other board games to enjoy. Our garden deck is a great place to relax with a good book and a coffee. Please make our home your home. Breakfast time is special at Watersedge, we have a large breakfast menu to suit all tastes and needs including home baked scones and bread, our own smoked salmon, locally made cheese and of course the traditional hot breakfast. A typical guest review. "If you want to stay in a B&B that provides tasty food, helpful hosts and boasts an excellent location, Waters Edge in Kenmare is the place for you. We receive a stream of excellent feedback from our walkers who hike the Beara Way and who stay here, telling us how kind and friendly Noreen is and how hearty the food is. We have no hesitation in recommending that you stay at Waters Edge in Kenmare."