Book a Bed and Breakfast - Ireland B&B
3 Bed & Breakfasts in Youghal, Ireland
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
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.
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.