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30 Bed & Breakfasts in Cork, Ireland
Bru na Pairc Bed and Breakfast is a family run business in Bantry, West Cork, and offers a home away from home experience. Peggy your host or one of her family will be waiting to warmly welcome you with tea or coffee and information on the local area. Bru na Pairc Bed and Breakfast is situated about a five minute ramble from Bantry town where ample fine dinning can be enjoyed in Bantry Bays wonderful restaurants and bars. Alternatively you could enjoy our barbeque facilities in our outdoor canape. All bedrooms are ensuite, with television, hairdryer, clothes iron, tea and coffee making facilities. Free WIFI is available throughout the Bed and Breakfast. Breakfast is served in a relaxed dining room with a buffet every morning which includes a range of mueslis, fresh fruit, yogurt, cereals, cheeses and more, and of course we also offer a traditional cooked breakfast which contains the finest of local produce. (Please view breakfast menu) Bru na Pairc Bed and Breakfast is the perfect place to stay if you are touring, walking or cycling, for your convenience a wet room and indoor safe area is available for rain gear and bicycles. Bantry has excellent amenities and attraction to suit all age groups which include, Bantry House and Gardens, Museum, Cinema, 18 Hole Golf Club, Angling, Horse Riding, Sandy Beach, and more. Peggy will be delighted to give you directions and information on to any of these attractions.
A 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
Farmhouse situated in peaceful idyllic location that is very central for those touring the Cork & Kerry Region. All accommodation is on ground floor level. We have 6 bedrooms, all ensuite with power showers and individually decorated.They are maintained to a high standard and all you needs will be catered for.Kilnamartyra, is a typical Irish village, in the perfect location, for touring the South West. So why not contact us now, and begin your plans for that ideal vacation in the heartland of Eire! Homely atmosphere with piano and guitar available. Bring your own wine, relax and enjoy a sing song.
Knockawn Wood is situated in a rural setting yet is only five miles away from Blarney and a fifteen minute drive from Cork City. Run by Ita O Donovan, Knockawn Wood Bed and Breakfast is a picturesque, restful warm country home in the beautiful Lee Valley. Tea & scones on arrival. In the rooms, electric blankets available to guests along with TV, Wifi Internet Access and hairdryers. Private parking on site. Open all year. Among the amenities nearby are pitch and putt, fishing on Inniscarra Lake, walks and shopping and convenient to Blarney Castle. Close to award winning Blairs Pub and Restaurant. Frommer recommended.
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.
Cathys Sunnyside B&B Accommodation in Skibbereen, is highly recommended for warmth, comfort, hospitality and ideal location. Just 2 minutes walk from good restaurants, pubs with music, heritage centre, bus stop and Internet access. Cathys Sunnyside B&B is just a short drive, about 15 minutes, to the picturesque villages of Glandore, Castletowshend, Baltimore, Schull in West Cork and the unique Lough Hyne. The Mizen Head visitor centre, Bantry House, Glengariff and Garnish are also close by. There are daily ferries to Cape Clear and the Sherkin Islands. An 18 hole golf course and sandy beaches are just 5-10 minutes away from Skibbereen. Sunnyside is approved by the Irish Tourist Board, Brittany Ferries, Numerous Guides and the many guests that return year after year.