Wild Atlantic Way Bed & Breakfast Ireland
245 B&Bs in Wild Atlantic Way, Ireland
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.
At this modern guesthouse the emphasis is on relaxation with a superb location on the Ring of Kerry and magnificent views from all bedrooms. Close to the Kerry Way with miles of safe, unspoilt sandy beaches and subtropical vegetation in Gulf Stream climate close by. All rooms are with en-suite bathrooms, large bedrooms with big beds, choice of breakfast and free packed lunch available when staying two days or more. Pick up from Kerry Airport can be arranged. Cahergal & Leacanabuaile Stone Forts - Ballycarberry Castle and the famous Skellig Rocks - Walking tours of Kerry Walk all year round - Cycling - Golf - 18 hole championship course - Sea and shore angling - many species - Trip to Skellig Michael arranged - Diving - tuition available - Horse Riding - Canoeing and Sailing - Swimming - Best seafood restaurant - Ideal for artists - spectacular sea & mountain views can be painted from our patio.
Lissyclearing Thatched Cottage has been beautifully hancrafted throughout and provides four en suite guest bedrooms in an idyllic countryside setting. Each room has been lovingly designed by the owners. They are well appointed and individually decorated with every modern comfort in mind. En suite bathrooms are modern and bright and have electric power showers. Situated just 3km from the lively town of Kenmare, it is an ideal base for touring the Ring of Kerry, Ring of Beara and Dingle Penninsula.
Clifden White Heather House is the perfect place to stay when visiting Clifden, Connemara or touring the Wild Atlantic Way. Situated in Market Square, close to the bus stop, restaurants and bars, where there is traditional Irish food & music to be enjoyed every night. All rooms are newly refurbished with en suite bathrooms in each room, tea/coffee facilities, hairdryers (available on request), USB charging ports & free Wifi. We have rooms looking out on the wonderful Clifden Bay or on to the main square in the heart of the town. Owned and run by Gerard King, who has a wealth of local knowledge, Gerard has done enormous work helping to promote Clifden and Connemara with his involvement with the local Chamber of Commerce and is only to willing to ensure that you make the very most of your visit to Clifden 3 Star rating with Irish Tourist Board. Open May-September
We are '4 Star' approved by Failte Ireland's Tourism Approval Authority and are members of B&B Ireland . With beautiful views of Bantry Bay and the Beara Peninsula, Edencrest established since 1995 provides peaceful accommodation, with free Wi-Fi. This family run Bed and Breakfast offers a delicious freshly cooked traditional Irish breakfast with a huge choice from the Menu. All served with Home - Baking. We also offer a complimentary Irish Drink on arrival , tea/coffee and freshly baked home made scones/cake, and for those staying three nights or more a complimentary bottle of wine. Each room has a flat screen TV, Tea/Coffee facilities, Hair Dryer and Straightener. In our ensuites we provide toiletries and fresh towels on a daily basis. Filtered water and Ice are available. Guests can relax in the Lounge with 60" Flat Screen T.V. enjoy the views of the Bay.
Seashorelodge is a purpose built B&B on coast road route 336, adjacent to Salthill overlooking Galway Bay ideal for touring Connemara, Aran Islands and Cliffs Of Mother all just a day trip away which can be arranged and picked up here. We offer free WiFi, tea facilities & TV in rooms. Walking distance to shops, restaurants, on good Bus route Our priority is to make our guest as comfortable and feel at home. Upon arrival each guest is welcomed with a cup of warm Irish tea and biscuits to soothe the soul before they are shown to their bedrooms. The Lodge can hold up to twenty people at one time - each in classic, quaint Irish-home style. With so many B&B's to choose from, what makes this lovely lodge so exceptional is the gracious hospitality and friendliness of the hosts. Such an atmosphere has promoted a most enjoyable dining experience amongst guests. Food quality and quantity is excellent, and at the end of a days activities you can have a final cup of tea as you watch the sunset over breathtakingly beautiful Galway Bay.
Experience authentic Irish hospitality situated amidst lush gardens on the N71 minutes from Kenmare town. A warm friendly welcome is assured on arrival. Visitors will be treated to gorgeous garden views. A three night stay is recommended as it is an ideal base for visiting Ring of Kerry, Ring of Beara or nearby Muckross House & gardens. A day of activity is what a guest remembers when reflecting on a vacation. Why not spend a day taking a leisurely walk, cycle or climbing a mountain. As the host is a hill-walking enthusiast, guests planning to take to the Kerry hills will have an inside track on the best and most picturesque local routes. Alternatively you can chill out and sit by the river that flows by the house to watch the fish swim in the pools or gaze at the ever changing skies while drinking a glass of wine or reading a book from the house library the choice is yours. Each morning a selection of breakfast is available to invigorate our guests and prepare them for a days travelling through majestic mystical countryside.
Lovely B&B just 4 kilometers from Galway City. We are on the main road for touring Connemara and an also ideal location for touring Cliffs Of Moher and the Aran Islands. Guests can enjoy various activities in the surroundings, including golfing and horse riding. National University of Galway is 3.5 km from Abbey View B&B, while St. Nicholas Collegiate Church is 4.2 km from the property. Shannon Airport is 68 km away.
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.
The Final Furlong Farmhouse B&B on the Wild Atlantic Way near Cahersiveen on the N70 Ring of Kerry route. Our Bed & Breakfast comes highly recommended - all rooms en suite and tastefully decorated. Our home is warm and welcoming and offers a spectacular view of the sea with access to a private shore where you can observe a wide variety of wildlife. You can also relax and enjoy the view on our patio overlooking the sea. Tea/Coffee facilities available 24/7. We are farmers with Horses and Cattle roaming about the homestead - the ruins of the Cahersiveen Workhouse are on our farm - detailed history available
The Old School House B&B welcomes you to beautiful unspoiled Ballinskelligs recently awarded the gold star for dark skies and a popular with star gazers and on the new wild Atlantic way route . It nestles between two sandy blue flag beaches and stunning mountains. It is home to Ballinskelligs abbey where the monks founded their Monastery when they came off Skellig Michael in the 9-century. There are many activities locally for you to enjoy, be it cliff walks along the Atlantic waves, kayaking, canoeing, or rock climbing, abseiling a round of golf, horse riding, bird watching or simply taking in the view over a cup of coffee in our local beach cafe you can have it all. Start your day with our home cooked and totally fresh breakfast, made with our own free-range eggs and local Valencia milk you can choose from scrambled eggs with Irish smoked salmon or fluffy pancakes with berries and cream,not forgetting the traditional Irish fried breakfast and our homemade brown bread and scones. We can arrange your boat trip to Skellig Michael (Weather Permitting) or help you plan your day with maps and directions there are many historic sites on the Skellig ring and the nearby world famous Ring of Kerry is pure eye candy.You will love our house if you are a teacher or have an interest in history as we have old school records dating back to 1844 some great stories to share.