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412 B&Bs in Ireland
"If the outside reflects the inside, I would expect a six star stay" (Adjudicator Tidy Towns Competition 2015 on Glenbrook House B&B). Glenbrook House B&B is complimented for both it's 'inspiring' landscaping and hospitality. Experience a slice of authentic country life at Glenbrook House, Currow Village, Killarney, Co Kerry, where a warm welcome awaits you at this 4 Star Bed and Breakfast. The closest bed and breakfast to Kerry Airport (airport transport can be arranged), it's the optimal base for touring Kerry's incredible landscape. Locally, visitors can enjoy golfing, fishing, tourist trails, shopping (in nearby Castleisland- Kerry's fashion capital), as well as the quiet rural atmosphere of the village of Currow. Rooms are decorated to a very high standard. Host Eileen O'Connor greets guests with a warm welcome of delicious complimentary home baking and tea/coffee on arrival, Tea/coffee making facilities in all rooms, hairdryer, TV, iron, extensive breakfast menu with early breakfast available. Travel agent vouchers accepted. Signposted off N22/N23 road. Complementary Wifi connection.
Luxurious & spacious - consistently rated 5 Star by guests, Windermere House has 5 ensuite bedrooms - each room is equipped with additional home from home items such as a tea/coffee facilities, trouser press, TV, hairdryer and FREE WiFi. Located 1km from Bilberry Lake. There is an excellent breakfast menu and help at hand if you need boat hire or information about the area. Castlebar hosts the largest indoor entertainment complex in Mayo with excellent shopping and a wide range of excellent restaurants to suit a variety of tastes. The vibrant town of Westport boasts busy shopping streets, arts & crafts, restaurants, traditional Irish music in pubs and many other visitor attractions.
Eas Dun Lodge B&B in Donegal has 4 modern, well furnished bedrooms, all with en-suite bathroom facilities. The rooms consist of 2 double rooms and a family room (with a double bed and single bed) and a twin room. All rooms are en-suite with Tea/Coffee making facilities, Television and free WIFI broadband internet. All rooms have views of the lake, Lough Eske, or of the Mountains. Whatever you are looking for, be it be tranquillity of the Donegal Countryside, the rich history and heritage of County Donegal, the craic of an Irish Town or simply the warmth and hospitality of a family run Irish Bed and Breakfast, you will find it here. Eas Dun Lodge Bed and Breakfast sits at the foot of the Blue Stack Mountains perfectly situated for walking also there is the lake side and forest walk all you have to do is step out of the front door and you are overlooking the lake and mountains. The Historic Donegal Town is 7km, you can visit the Old Abbey, Donegal castle and Donegal Bay. Nearby is the fishing town of Killybegs and you can carry on the coastal drive to Sliabh Liag the highest cliffs in Europe.
Teach Donncadh is a small homely B&B, consisting of just 4 bedrooms all en-suite, a sitting room and a conservatory if you just feel like relaxing or reading a book. It is built on the edge of a cliff overlooking the sea with clusters of tiny islands in the distance. This quaint and homely B&B has everything you would desire for a spectacular and magical break away from everyday life! At Teach Donncadh we offer a Delicious Island Breakfast and we will cater for any special dietary requirements that you may have. Breakfast is served from 8.00am to 10.00 am in our dining room.
Modern house in residential area, staying at Leens puts you in an excellent position to enjoy the town of Killarney. Situated in a quiet residential area of town yet only a 3 minute stroll to town centre close to all amenities. Traditional Music/ Restaurants/ National Park. Tours arranged and collected from premises. No smoking policy. 3 Bedrooms each equipped with Hairdryer/TV/Tea/Coffee making facilities. Ideal for walkers, cyclists & touring Kerry. Ratings on Trip Advisor are at least 4/5. Open May to September. 3 Rooms: 1 Treble, 1 Double or Twin, 1 Double, all equipped with Hairdryer/TV/Tea/Coffee making facilities. No Stag/Hen Parties. Check in after 2pm. Reduced rate for 3 or more nights. Not suitable for Children under 6 years.
Upon arrival at Sea Crest View B&B in Gorey Wexford, you will receive a warm welcome from Ann. She is exceedingly knowledgable about the local area and will be able to advise you on places to visit and local activities. Start your day with a cooked breakfast in this charming Irish B&B. All rooms are bright and individually decorated. Close to Sea Crest View B&B, and just a short walk, is Pollshone beach, nestled in a picturesque bay. Just 4 kilometers away is the lively little harbour of Courtown with its sailing boats and fishing trawlers. Courtown has an amazing selection of different activities. There is Forest Park Leisure Centre, The Seal Sanctuary, Gravity Extreme Adventure (abseiling into the forest), Pirates Cove with its bowling alley and pirate adventures. For golfers, there are two excellent golf courses in the area. For walkers, there are many interesting cliff and beach walks and also a very nice forest walk. Ann is dedicated to the great outdoors and her hobbies include hill walking and cycling. She loves to gather fruits and make jam & enjoy the culinary delights the local produce has to offer. Sea Crest View B&B is a non smoking property.
Dingle B&B: The Lantern Townhouse B&B Dingle is run by Anne-Marie Keane and is a warm and welcoming traditional bed and breakfast in the heart of Dingle town. Our Dingle B&B accommodation comprises eight en suite rooms, with a ground floor bedroom for guests who may have difficulty with the stairs. Our priority is to make you feel welcome and comfortable in a clean and cosy environment in the centre of Dingle town. For those who are staying more than one night, we provide new luxury fresh bath and face towels daily. We also provide a daily bed "make up" service. All rooms are tastefully decorated with linen that is crisp, white and of the finest quality. Anne-Marie is willing to spend time with you giving you maps and tips on the best places to visit on the Peninsula. A continental breakfast, in our quaint dining room, is available at an additional cost of 7.00 Euro per person - consisting of our buffet table laden with delicious choices including muesli, granola, Greek yoghurt and honey, fruits, grapefruit segments, homemade brown bread, fruit juices, salamis, ham and a variety of tasty cheeses. The Dingle Peninsula is one of the richest areas in archaeological remains on the West Coast of Europe. The Dingle Peninsula and in particular Slea Head drive provide some of the most beautiful scenic areas in the world. A haven for walkers and popular with cyclists, horse riders and golfers, the scenery is truly unique. The love of our native tongue, Gaeilge is very evident here. We have a great pride in our culture, traditions and heritage and are eager to welcome and introduce our visitors to this. We have over the years attracted many artists and crafts people from all over the globe. World renowned potters, weavers, painters and writers have made this area their home. So be warned, you may come here to Dingle for a holiday and never leave! Popular activities available from Dingle Slea Head drive - scenic beauty Dolphin watching or swimming with Fungi the Dingle Dolphin Horse riding on the beach or through the mountains Fishing Blasket Island boat tours Music and Irish culture Cycling or car touring around country lanes Archaeological tours Scuba diving
Laune Bridge House B&B Killorglin. Is situated on the Killarney Road in Killorglin. As a family run business, we strive to give personal attention to our guests at all times. This is very convenient to the town centre, only a two-minute walk. There is ample private parking for all our guests. We also offer a garage for anyone travelling by bicycle or motorbike. There are some spectacular views of Carrauntoohil, Ireland’s highest mountain from this vantage point.
Glenfort House B&B, situated in a quiet area, is just one mile from the centre of Tralee. Tralee is Kerry's county town and as such, has much for the visitor to see and do. Tralee is also the gateway to the Dingle Peninsula, is an easy ride to the Ring of Kerry, Ballyheigue and Banna with their fine beaches and close to several championship golf courses. The town boasts restaurants to suit all pockets, traditional pubs, tea rooms, the National Folk Theatre the Aqua Dome, a multi screen cinema, gift shops and art galleries. All the rooms in Glenfort house offer en suite bathrooms, hospitality tray, TV and hair dryer. There is a guest lounge with TV and in the mornings a delicious breakfast. Within walking distance is an excellent Bar & Restaurant offering seasonal nightly entertainment.
Brigadoon House is situated on the Dingle Peninsular, overlooked by the Sleive Mish mountain on one side and the highest mountains in Ireland, the McGuillicuddy Reeks, on the other side. Separated by the estuary on which Inch beach lies 10 minutes away. This beautiful location is central to Killarney, Tralee and Dingle with the Ring of Kerry a short drive away. We are also home to a multitude of world class golf courses. Beautiful scenery, pleasant surroundings and luxury accommodation. Our rooms can cater couples to families, to large groups. Our family rooms have a double bed and 2 singles bed with the option of an additional bed. All our rooms are en suite featuring a power shower in each bathroom, complimentary toiletries and towels. Rooms are serviced daily and fresh towels are provided each day. We have tea and coffee making facilities in each room, with hot chocolate and biscuits for the children! All rooms have a flat screen TV and complimentary wifi throughout the house. Each room has a French door leading to the gardens where tables and chairs are provided for you to relax and unwind in the evenings. Breakfast is served each morning with a wide selection of items from a full Irish breakfast to a fresh fruit smoothie, homemade scones and soda bread. We endeavour to make you feel welcome and we aim to give you a home from home, where you can relax, recharge and feel refreshed.
The five rooms in Kate and Andrew Cooke's restaurant offer bed and breakfast, QC's, are the grooviest in all of Kerry. You don't just want to stay in these rooms, you want to possess them, such is their astute luxury, their beyond - good finishing, their sense of escape. One of the secrets of their success maybe that the rooms and furnishings are slightly larger - than - normal - life.
Fuchsia House B&B, as the name suggests, is surrounded by fuchsias, and nestles between the Connemara Mountains and the Atlantic Ocean in Co. Galway. It is located at the end of the scenic Renvyle Peninsula. The large traditional fireplace is the heart of the house where you can find yourself chatting for hours. Fuchsia House B&B Galway sees spectacular sunsets to be enjoyed in the peace and quiet of the secluded surroundings. We are a small family run Bed and Breakfast. If you like peace and quiet then Fuchsia House B&B is the place to stay. Renvyle Galway is ideal for walking, horse riding, fishing (fresh or sea), scuba diving, golf and also has beautiful beaches. News November 2011: Ryanair have announced 4 new routes from Knock Airport to Barcelona (Girona), Frankfurt (Hahn), Milan (Bergamo) & Paris (Beauvais) from April 2012.