Kerry Bed & Breakfast Ireland
Kerry is the most popular tourist destination in Ireland for scenery. It has a number of world-class golf courses in Killarney, Ballybunion and around the Ring of Kerry. The county town is Tralee and the gateway to North Kerry and the Dingle Peninsula. Killarney, famously mentioned in the song 'Whiskey in the Jar', is the hub for those touring the Ring of Kerry. Listen out for popular well-known Irish songs escaping from the doors and windows of many a traditional Irish pub - Kerry a once in a lifetime experience that many return for.
All rooms are non-smoking and tastefully furnished with white cotton bed- sheets, power showers and toilets en-suite with large white towels. Internet enabled Flat Screen HD TVs in all rooms allow you to connect with Facebook or Skype direct from your TV. All rooms have free cable internet and Wi-Fi available. A private lounge is available at all times. Enjoy a cup of coffee and browse through our travel books while you plan for the day. Before you set off choose from options including a lovely home cooked breakfast or our selection of local farmhouse cheese.
Situated in a quiet residential area, it offers rooms with free Wi-Fi, free parking and home-cooked breakfasts. With polished wooden floors, rooms have a country house-style dÃ©cor and features a satellite TV, tea/coffee-making facilities, a bathroom with a shower, hairdryer and free toiletries. Breakfast is served in the bright dining room, and the menu includes traditional cooked, continental and home-baked items. Algret House is a family-run B&B, just 5 minutesâ€™ walk from Killarney town centre. Killarney Train Station and the National Park are both within a 10-minute walk. Killarney has a wealth of attractions for guests to explore including St Maryâ€™s Catholic Cathedral, St Mary's Church of Ireland, Killarney Races and Fitzgerald Stadium where traditional Irish sports are played. The town offers a good selection of traditional Irish pubs, excellent restaurants, gift shops and art galleries.
An Glaisin is a family run B&B on the beautiful Ring of Kerry just 5 kms from Sneem village. Close to all amenities including golf, horseriding, beach, and walking trails. Sneem offers great pubs and restaurants. At An Glaisin B&B, our home, you will be guaranteed a warm welcome. Dutch spoken.
Killarney B&B: Welcome to Cill Ide Bed & Breakfast which is a family-run B&B with landscaped gardens and panoramic views of Torc & Mangerton mountains. Tours arranged for Ring of Kerry & Dingle. Ideal location for walkers doing The Kerry Way trail. Torc Waterfall, Muckross House and Killarney Lakes are all nearby. Non smoking house.
Situated in Portmagee, winner of the Ireland First Tourism Town Award, Reen Coast B&B overlooks Valentia Island and the Portmagee Channel. It is an ideal base for touring the beautifully scenic Ring of Kerry, a trip not to be missed, which passes close by. All the rooms have views of the sea and mountains, and have en-suite bathrooms, WiFi and TVs. On arrival you will be greeted by delicious home baking and tea or coffee. There is a delicious breakfast menu, from full Irish to pancakes, and vegetarians are catered for. This owner is an avid walker and gives good advice on the best trails, from easy to "you need to be experienced".
Our bedrooms are individually designed in keeping with the history of the building with all modern amenities including free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TV's, lift, wheelchair access and private, secure, off-street car parking. Downstairs, our chef and owner, Carol, runs the award-winning, seafood & steak restaurant, boasting a long-established reputation for good food, using only the finest and freshest locally sourced produce. Also, on offer is an extensive list of over 300 wines from which to choose. We invite you to relax and enjoy a drink by the fire at our cosy bar. Foley's has the luxury of a Boutique Hotel but retains a private, intimate and quiet ambience. We are in the centre of Killarney town, close to all the surrounding activities. Foleys Townhouse & Restaurant update, 15 June 2020 A family run business with over 70 years experience, Foleys Townhouse & Restaurant is delighted to confirm our plans to reopen on Friday 3rd July 2020. As we prepare to reopen we do so with the safety of our team and our guests at the forefront of everything we do. We are following guidelines for reopening businesses that have been issued by the HSE, the WHO, our Government, sector agencies such as the FSAI and the HSA as well as Failte Ireland. This is to ensure that Foleys is a safe & welcoming environment for you and your loved ones. We have made changes in the following areas of our guest journey to ensure you have a safe & enjoyable experience with us: 1) Employee & guest health - physical distancing guidelines will be embraced and hand sanitiser stations available throughout the restaurant & guest house. Frequent cleaning & disinfecting will be carried out in all public areas with particular attention paid to high touch areas such as elevator buttons, door handles, room keys and the front desk. All employees will receive training on COVID-19 safety and disinfection protocols. 2) Restaurant - with 3 separate dining rooms, Foleys Restaurant has ample space to seat our guests in a safe and welcoming environment. Dining tables, seating and couches have been rearranged to ensure we adhere to the physical distancing guidelines allowing, for a safe and comfortable dining experience. 3) Bedrooms - Our housekeeping team will be following advanced cleaning protocols for the bedrooms & bathrooms with particular emphasis placed on disinfecting frequently touched surfaces such as: desks, countertops, tables and chairs â€“ phones and remotes - thermostats - cabinets, cupboards, shelving - doors, door handles and doorplates - windows, mirrors and frame - lights and lighting controls - closets, hangers and other amenities. 4) Breakfast service - While the buffet element of our breakfast service will now cease, breakfast will be prepared to order and guests will be allocated a time to be seated in the dining room. We look forward to welcoming you to Foleys Townhouse & Restaurant and we are committed to delivering you a safe & enjoyable experience with us. Book here with confidence for the best rates & flexible cancellation policy.
O'Sheas B&B accommodation is a charming 18th century house, 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. O'Sheas B&B 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 overlooking 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. From Cahersiveen you may visit 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
The Village House B&B in Glenbeigh, has been completely refurbished to a very high standard with all 7 bedrooms and the Annex (with 2 further bedrooms) now offering en-suite facilities. Each room has a TV and a hairdryer. There is also a dining room and lounge - sitting room. The property also includes a private car park. The Village House B&B in Glenbeigh has a unique atmosphere that makes you feel welcome and relaxed. Local amenities include 3 miles of sandy beach, mountain climbing, hill walking, wonderful fishing on our rivers and lakes (boats for hire locally). Outdoor leisure centre activities include windsurfing, canoeing, kayaking, orienteering rock climbing, golf, tennis, children's playground, Kerry Bog Village museum, restaurants and pubs with excellent food & entertainment.
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.
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)
Teac Seain is a family run Bar and B&B situated in Annascaul village, a peaceful tranquil area with beautiful walks and scenery to admire. A dream come true for the serious walker as Annascaul takes in the Dingle Way walkers route. Inch beach which is approx 6km from Teac Seain is ideal for surfers and swimmers alike. A popular spot for gliders also. The beach is approx three and a half miles long. Annascaul lake which is approx two and a half miles from the village is a beautiful place for a fishing/ picnic day out. Annacsaul is also well known for it's two famous sons; Tom Crean - Antartic Explorer and Jerome O Connor - renowned sculptor. Teac Seain's bar has a cosy atmosphere where you are met with a warm welcome, and to relax with a beverage of your choice. Our aim in Teac Seain Bed and Breakfast is to make your stay as comfortable as possible and hope you leave with happy memories Slan go foill.
We are a family run Bed and Breakfast, The Ford. Nestled amongst the Caha Mountains, overlooking the Sheen River and six miles from the well-known heritage town of Kenmare noted for its Award Winning Restaurants, Galleries and Craft shops. The Ford Bed and Breakfast is located on the Beara Way, making it a prime location for keen walkers. Also being ideally situated for touring the unspoiled Beara Peninsula, and the famous Ring of Kerry. Molly Gallivan's Cottage and Traditional Farm is only a five-minute drive away. World famous Garnish Island Gardens in the idyllic village of Glengarriff are only a twenty-minute drive away. The newly opened Bonane Heritage Park is five minutes walk from us. This park contains many ancient sites of archaeological interest, ring forts, stone circles, a famine ruin and standing Stones. It shows that our parish of Bonane was inhabited 6000 years ago. Guided walks can be arranged around the park.