Wild Atlantic Way Bed & Breakfast Ireland
236 B&Bs in Wild Atlantic Way, Ireland
a newly refurbished family home offering comfortable and relaxing accommodation for visitors to the picturesque village of Lahinch. Ideally located for visitors who wish to tour North Clare: The Cliffs of Moher, The Burren, The Aran Islands and Ailwee Caves. A popular resort for surfers and golfers, thanks to the beautiful Liscannor Bay and the championship Golf links course. Wireless broadband available for those of you who wish to stay linked to the outside world. Large enclosed garden available for guest use. Sit and enjoy the evening sun before heading out for the evening.
Elegant, luxurious house with spacious rooms, on a quiet road with beautiful scenic views overlooking the Druid Circle, Kenmare town, mountain and valley scenery. Kenmare town centre is only a six minute walk with its fine restaurants, pubs offering Irish Music sessions, gift shops and art galleries. We are an ideal touring base for the Wild Atlantic Way Ring of Kerry, Beara and Killarney. All rooms are large, have free WiFi, a refreshment tray, hairdryer, TV and en suite bathoom. The breakfast menu is extensive and includes homemade breads and local free range eggs.
Dingle B&B: The Lantern 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 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 scrumptious breakfast in our quaint dining room - consisting of Belgian Waffles served with strawberries, blueberries, maple syrup and creme fraiche, poached eggs on toast, smoked salmon scrambled eggs - all cooked to order! and of course our buffet table laden with delicious choices including muesli, granola, Greek yoghurt and honey, fruits, grapefruit segments, homemade brown bread, fruit juices, salamis, ham, a variety of tasty cheeses... and more! 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
Dingle B&B: In the heart of Dingle town, Archway Lodge is a modern, beautifully decorated and well-maintained bed and breakfast. All the bedrooms are en suite with a shower, television, hairdryer and tea and coffee making facilities.It is an excellent base for touring the dramatic and wild Dingle Peninsula with its cliffs, long sandy beaches, sea and bird life. There are good surfing beaches on the north and west coasts as well as other water sports available.Some of the local attractions include Irelands second highest mountain (Mount Brandon), Fungi the famous local dolphin, the Blasket Islands, and the Dingle Aquarium.For the active there is the Dingle Way(a 179km walking trail), a leisure centre, bowling alley, golf, horse riding and mountain walking.Dingle offers fine restaurants(all offering fish landed in Dingle harbour), traditional Irish music evenings in many pubs, gift shops and art galleries selling paintings and sculptures by local artists. Dingle - what more could you ask, the perfect holiday destination.
LANE LODGE Bed and Breakfast is situated in the heart of Doolin Village only 2 minutes walk from Gus O'Connor's Pub, famous for its Traditional Irish Music sessions. You will find shops, restaurants and Pubs and the other Village at walking distance. We are minutes from Doolin Pier where boats run to the Aran Islands and 10min drive to Cliffs of Moher and the Burren limestone area.
Mary & Paddy Cartin at Calafont B&B invite you to stay at their modern and stylish accommodation, fully equipped home overlooking Valentia Island just off the Ring of Kerry. Dramatic views from all guest rooms are guaranteed. Breakfasts from Mary's famous Full Kerry breakfast to Continental is offered. An ideal base for 3 - 4 day stays. Calafont B&B is an easy drive from Cahersiveen or Waterville. We recommend a trip to The Skelligs Rock(a World Heritage Site) - spectacular scenery, birdlife and an incredible 6th century monastic settlement - a trip we can arrange and all who go, say they will never forget. The picturesque village of Portmagee is within walking distance with its great pubs, restaurants, traditional music and dance. Overlooking Portmagee Channel with views of Valentia, Bray Head and the Atlantic Ocean. Things to do locally include a visit to Glanleam House & Subtropical Gardens, Valentia Heritage Centre, Valentia Island Ice Cream factory, producing award winning ice cream in many flavours, Tetrapod Trackpads, laid down some 385 million years ago and so much more to see and do.
Forgefield House B&B is a spacious five bedroom Dormer house with all the latest amenities surrounded by some of the most stunning scenic views in the area. All our rooms are of a high standard of furnishing with individuality designed for personal comfort. Each room is equipped with spring water, hospitality tray, hairdryer and bedroom slippers. Other facilities are cot, high chair, iron, dry room ideal for golfers or walkers and private parking. Breakfast is taken in our sun room overlooking the Roughty River.
Relax in our award winning 4 star rated tastefully decorated lodge. Our lodge overlooks a secluded beach with magnificent views of the St. Finan's Bay, Skelligs Rock and the Atlantic Ocean. One of the unique features of this beach is the way the waves break spectacularly. Truly a sight to behold! All our bedrooms and dining area have splendid views of the beach and ocean where you can relax in peace and solitude. Listen to the sounds of the birds and see what wildlife you can spot in the water.
Traditional Farmhouse accommodation overlooking the Ilen River with Rooms en suite. Family run dairy and beef farm. Five minutes walk from town. Ten minutes from beach. Private parking. Peaceful location. Ideal touring base for Baltimore, Cape Clear Island, Sherkin Island, Glandore Union Hall, Castletownshend, Bantry, Glengarrif, Clonakilty, Ballydehob, Schull, Goleen, Mizen Head and Beara Peninsula. Close to all amenities: Golf Course, sports centre, pitch and putt, angling, horse, riding tennis etc. Please Note: Doors are locked at 11:30 pm each night.
Dingle B&B: All the facilities of Dingle are on the doorstep. On offer are shops, pubs, restaurants, gift shops, art galleries, traditional Irish music, Ocean World, diving, Fungi - Dingles own Dolphin and much, much more. In fact all the ingredients of a perfect holiday. Maps and guides are available and as much advice as you need. The local bus stop and the tourist office is just across the road. We speak Irish so those wishing to use our language are always welcome. The Town House has 6 six bright and spacious double/twin rooms all with en-suite bathrooms. Siobhan provides a tasty and filling Irish breakfast with a buffet choice of starters.
Seashore Farm Guesthouse provides Bed and Breakfast accommodation to a very high standard in a very spacious and magnificent setting at the head of the Ring of Kerry Peninsula with commanding Views overlooking Kenmare Bay with the Caha Mountains of the Beara Peninsula forming the backdrop to this unique location. Seashore Farm Guesthouse is a Grade A 4 Star [Hotel Quality] Guesthouse as well as being AA 4 star with the special personal touch that only a small family run Guest House can deliver. Yet Seashore Farm Guesthouse is just one mile from the centre of Kenmare Town. One can walk the mile via the quiet Tubbrid local side road [L7556] in ten to fifteen minutes. For those wishing to do the journey by car one can drive to the very convenient free town car park at the end of this road and freely stroll through the town centre without parking worries. We are also situated just 400 metres from the main Ring of Kerry N70 Wild Atlantic Way road. Seashore Farm Guesthouse is uniquely peaceful, private and spacious with views stretching out over the Kenmare Bay and Caha Mountains in the background. All bedrooms enjoy the idyllic setting over the bay as does the Guest Lounge, Guest Dining Room and Patio Area with extensive gardens. The farmlands stretch to the shores of Kenmare Bay affording unspoilt walks with plentiful birdlife and wildlife in natural habitat. All Bedrooms are very spacious and enjoy the idyllic setting overlooking the Kenmare Bay. Each Room has either a King Size Bed or Twin Beds [2 single beds]. All have En-Suite Spacious Bathrooms with Power Showers and some also have Jacuzzi baths as well. Rooms have tea/coffee facilities, hairdryers and are well furnished for relaxation. There is an extensive library of fine books, local and national travel literature and maps for guests to use and enjoy. There is extensive, secure private parking for Guest Use.
Glenomra House provides excellent bnb accommodation within walking distance of Ennis town centre (8 mins). It is a large modern home, family run, offering its guests an uncompromising level of service for over 20 years - all bedrooms have private bathroom, tea/coffee facilities, T.V/Wi-Fi free of charge, hairdryers - guests have the use of their own private lounge where they can also watch T.V., browse through the large library of books available, relax and enjoy a pre-dinner drink before heading into town where you will discover the atmospheric medieval streets of this market town - home to many top class restaurants & on-street cafes - Ennis is bursting at the seams with pubs featuring live trad music sessions every night of the week ( one of the best reasons to stay here ). Ennis also has its one regional arts centre, Glor, providing excellence in a diverse range of cultural programming ranging from music, theatre, dance, film, visual art and comedy - something for all the family!