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151 Bed & Breakfasts in Kerry, Ireland
4 Star B&B set on the edge of Killarney town amidst magical woodland and lakeshore walks. Only 600 meters from famous Ross Castle on beautiful Lough Leane and opposite the entrance to Killarney National Park. Our newly decorated bedrooms are elegant and spacious with all essential facilities. Elegant double, twin and triple ensuite bedrooms are furnished with orthopaedic beds, T.V., tea/coffee facilities, electronic safes, hairdryers, trousers press and clock radio. Relax in our guest lounge with multi channel T.V. or stroll through our very attractive gardens. Enjoy our freshly cooked breakfasts to the sound of the horse-drawn jaunting cars clip-clopping past. Complimentary computer for guest use with free internet access.
Wayside offers B&B accommodation and is located in a peaceful lake and mountain district known as the Gap of Dunloe near Killarney. Rest well and wake up to a delicious breakfast cooked to order with local produce. Walk, cycle, pony-trek or travel in a horse-drawn carriage through this great glacial valley. Wayside B and B is ideal for touring Dingle, Ring of Kerry, Beara Peninsula and Killarney (6km). Ideal area for golfing, fishing & touring - all tours arranged. Traditional Irish music sessions at Kate Kearney's Cottage (1km) with bar food served daily. Hotel Dunloe Castle is nearby. The surrounding area has fabulous gardens with trees & shrubs from around the world. The Dunloe Ogham Stones are nearby (Ogham being the earliest form of Irish writing). Ideal base for climbing Carrantouhill, Ireland's highest mountain, along with the MacGillicuddy Reeks and the Purple, Tomies, Sheehy Mountain Ridge which afford spectacular views over upper, middle and lower lakes. Fishing on the River Laune (Permits: salmon Euro25, trout Euro8 per day) available. Also nearby is Beaufort Golf Course(18 holes)
Bleach Farmhouse is a traditional farmhouse set on a working beef farm. This homely bed and breakfast is scenically located beside the village of Blennerville at the start of the Dingle Way Walking Route. Bleach Farmhouse is in an ideal location for touring the delights that County Kerry has to offer. Home baking and a choice of breakfast menu is available to enjoy. All five bedrooms are en suite with tea/coffee making facilities and televisions. Hair Dryers are also available.
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. Situated on the Ring of Kerry Road and the Wild Atlantic Way, it is an ideal starting point for the Skelligs Islands. 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. A continental breakfast is served. It is highly recommended and is open March to October. 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. 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
Simply unrivalled with contemporary furnishings and gentle relaxing hues, contrasting woods coupled with luxurious accommodation, breathtaking views and completely run on alternative energy (solar and geothermal, under floor heating) - all make this guest accommodation genuinely unique. Luxuriously styled furnishings and detailed, use of native slate from one of the worlds most renowned slate mines. Valentia Slate makes this a special haven that you will find hard to leave. All rooms have a wall mounted moveable LCD TV to watch whether in bed or on the couch by the window, Sky Satellite, Tea/Coffee facilities, hairdryer, power showers (some have shower columns with body jets) even the chocolate on your pillow as standard while phone and internet are by request. The Geothermal heating, which is thermostatically controlled, can be adjusted to suit by you in your room.
Hallissey's is located right in the centre of the Kemare town within walking distance of all the restaurants, pubs, gift shops, art galleries and the weekly market. All rooms have en suite bathrooms, a hospitality tray, TV, Free Wifi and hairdryer. The owner Mrs Hallisseys, has a good knowledge of the area and will recommend places to visit and things to do.
Both Peter and Mignonne welcome you to Driftwood, a four star rated B&B situated a mere 10-minute walk from the centre of Kenmare where we are sure you will have a pleasant and relaxing stay with us. The area has spectacular natural beauty where walking, cycling and outdoor pursuits will allow you to fully enjoy the charm of the south west coast of Ireland. The Bedrooms are luxuriously appointed with an en-suite with a power shower. All rooms are carpeted with natural wood furnishings, televisions, hairdryers, clock alarms and complimentary tea/coffee facilities.
The Olde Forge has been serving breakfast to Kerry visitors for over 20 years! We are located a 2km from the village of Caherdaniel and provide an ideal base for short or extended trips to the region. Our rooms boast an unrivalled view over Kenmare bay to greet you in the morning. All rooms have W.C. and shower en suite. A flexible and varied Breakfast is served from 8am. A variety of rooms are available for families and smaller parties. Caherdaniel has one of Kerry's most beautiful beaches.
An Capall Dubh B&B is a local family run B&B in a peaceful, secluded courtyard right in the heart of the delightful town of Dingle with its fishing harbour, fine restaurants, traditional pubs and art galleries. Although close to all that Dingle has to offer the accommodation is in a quiet location, ideal for those wanting to relax. There is a wheelchair accessible ground floor room while, on the first floor, 5 spacious en suite bedrooms, refreshingly decorated. Dingle is on the Wild Atlantic Way and the ideal location from which to explore the peninsula. Take the Slea Head Drive on the Wild Atlantic Way, a memorable experience, once done never forgotten. Dramatic seascapes, small coves, blue flag sandy beaches, archaeological sites(Cathair Deargain, Kilmalkedar, Gallarus), art and pottery studios, Mount Brandon, Ireland's second highest mountain, water sports including great surfing, fishing, trips to the Great Blasket Islands, 3 golf courses and so much more.
Shaminir is a fine, recently built, 5 bedroomed house that has been fully Bord Failte approved. All our rooms have a private bathroom, are tastefully designed and decorated with beautiful colour co-ordinating schemes. We offer a choice of twin, double or family rooms (sleeping 4), and a choice of continental, full Irish or smoked salmon breakfasts. At Shaminir we have successfully combined modern facilities with a good old fashioned warm and welcoming Irish family home feel, and we can offer probably the best view in Ireland with our own trout lake in the front garden. The picturesque town of Kenmare is 3 miles away and offers all the attractions of a lively traditional Irish town. Irish music and ballads are played most nights in the bars and restaurants scattered throughout the town. Ideal for touring the internationally famous Ring of Kerry or the rugged and dramatic Beara Peninsula with stunning views around every corner. Located near some of Ireland's finest golf courses such as Killarney, Waterville, Ballybunion and Tralee.
Just 40 metres from the vibrant Town Centre of Killarney, the Copper Kettle is one of Killarney's most central and luxurious town guest houses. It is an ideal base from which to visit Killarney National Park, the Ring of Kerry and the Dingle Peninsula. All rooms have multi channel TV, direct dial telephone, WiFi internet access and ensuite bathrooms. Also available (on request) are exclusive jacuzzi suites and kingsize beds. Your hosts Shelley & James O'Neill hope to extend a Cead Mile Failte to you on your arrival to Killarney.