Wild Atlantic Way Bed & Breakfast Ireland
235 B&Bs in Wild Atlantic Way, Ireland
Dingle B&B: We are located 8km west of Dingle town in the parish of Ventry All our 6 rooms are ensuite with tea/coffee making facilities, tv, electric blankets, hairdryers, central heating, clock/radios in every room. All rooms have a sea view. Private parking. Wifi is available. Garden with seating. Guest sitting room. Spacious dining area.Extensive breakfast menu.Complimentary tea/coffee for guests on arrival
Dingle B&B: 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.
Beenoskee B&B accommodation is rated 5 stars by the B&B Owners Association. It is situated on the Dingle Peninsula at Castlegregory, with breathtaking views of Brandon Bay Beach (Irelands longest sandy unspoilt beach) which is within walking distance. You can see and hear the sound of the Atlantic waves. Beenoskee B&B offers extensive breakfast menu, local organic produce where possible. Special diets including Coeliac & Vegetarian catered for. Enjoy spectacular views of Mount Brandon (second highest mountain in Ireland), Islands, lake and the impressive panorama of the scenic countryside. The picturesque Beenoskee mountain is to the back of our house All ensuite rooms are individually tastefully decorated with quality furnishings, bright modern decor, fine wood, coordinating fabrics. Each room has tea/coffee facilities, TV, orthopaedic beds, hair dryers and many extras. Please Note: We do not have wheelchair access. WE ONLY ACCEPT PAYMENT IN CASH. Maybe you prefer the freedom of a self-catering holiday. Our holiday home, The Wild Atlantic Way cottage, offers 3 double rooms for up to 6 people. For details call Mary on +353 (0) 66 7139263 Recommended by the following guides Le Guide du Routard, Michael Muller Verlag Irland, Drotamundos, Irlande, Fran & Frank O Sullivans Guide to Ireland & Trotter Local Amenities: Surfing, scuba diving, fishing, water sports, horse riding, golf tranquil walks, mountain climbing, archaeological sites, shops, restaurants, pubs and traditional music locally.
Riverwalk House is an award winning 4* Failte Ireland approved B&B. Situated in the picturesque village of Oughterard bordering on Connemara, it is an elegant Irish home offering unique and relaxing guest comfort and service. It is within easy reach of the quality amenities that makes Ireland such a popular holiday destination. We are a 3 min walk to the village by the Owenriff river path, where you will find a wide choice of high quality restaurants and pubs to sample. All rooms at Riverwalk are ensuite and individually decorated to a high standard with tea/coffee facilities, guest information book, TV, clock radio, hairdryers and bathroom toiletries. Places to visit include Aughnanure Castle, Kylemore Abbey, Glengowla silver and lead mines. The Corrib cruise is a daily trip on Lough Corrib where you can visit Inchagoill Island. Ashford Castle and the village of Cong where the famous Quiet Man moview was made starring John Wayne in 1950.
Claiming the best views in Ireland, the Scarriff Inn B&B at Caherdaniel is a family run Bed and Breakfast Inn renowned for its Irish welcome. From all bedrooms there are majestic views of Derrynane, Kenmare Bay and Bantry Bay. The Inn is halfway round the Ring of Kerry midway between Waterville and Sneem. Dine in the seafood restaurant and sample the outstanding cuisine as recommended by Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber or relax in the Visa bar and enjoy the scenery and ambience.
Eilis, Tom and family wish to welcome you to our friendly and relaxing family home which offers comfortable accommodation and delicious wholesome food. (We use locally grown products where possible.) We are located in a very scenic and peaceful location. We are highly recommended in numerous guides including Guide du Routard, Michelin Bed and Breakfast and Lonely Planet. There are more than 1,500 archaeological sites in the area, including ringforts, rock art etc. We are ideally located for fishing, scubadiving, cycling, walking, Birdwatching, horse riding, touring the Skellig Ring, Valentia Island, the Ring of Kerry and the Dingle Peninsula. We are only 2km away from the car ferry to Valentia Island and boats to the Skellig Islands and their 6th century monastery.
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.
Sli Na Mara B & B, ideally located in the heart of Medievil Galway, run by George and Bridie Thomson, offering both comfort and convenience during your stay in The City Of The Tribes. Sli Na Mara Bed and Breakfast Accommodation offers a homely, friendly and relaxed atmosphere. We pride ourselves on the personal service and attention, we offer to all our guests. Translated, Sli Na Mara means Way/ Path To The Sea with breath taking views of the Atlanic Ocean and Galway Bay not far from your door step. Sli Na Mara is just a 10 minute walk from Galway's bustling Eyre Square and Bus Station and only a five minute stroll from the world famous Promenade. This family run B & B is the answer should you be visiting Galway for business or pleasure thanks to its central location and quality accommodation. Sli Na Mara boasts four ensuite rooms for you to enjoy during your stay. Each room has spacious bathrooms, modern furnishings and generous storage space for those taking a well deserved long vacation. All rooms also have cable T.V. and for those on business a free wireless connection so work won't get in the way of you enjoying all Galway has to offer. Tea and Coffee is available and prepared on request, we believe that Tea and Coffee facilities are impersonal when located in ones room and prefer the personal touch and a quick chat over a cuppa!
Modern B&B with 6 en suite rooms overlooking Larne harbour. 2 mins walk from the Port of Larne ferry terminal and railway station. The Harbour Inn B&B caters for early breakfast in the Grill, where we also serve lunch and evening meals. Daily specials are available. WiFi available throughout the Inn.
Come and stay at Castle View House B&B, located on the Wild Atlantic Way, where you will receive a warm and friendly Irish welcome, with plenty of good food in peaceful location. Comfortable house in idyllic setting on scenic Island (enter by bridge) facing historic Carrigafoyle Castle. All our bedrooms have private bathroom facilities and showers. Comfortable beds in all rooms. Cots available on request. Beautiful views from bedrooms. No smoking bedrooms. Ground floor bedrooms available if requested. Choice of breakfasts - Early breakfast for golfers available. Reduced Green Fees available at Ballybunion Golf Course. Comments: 12th July 2012: Your hospitality is just great! We would come back to your B & B again and tell others. Thank you for a very enjoyable time. Jeff & Theresa Pitts, Wells, MN, USA 14th May 2013: Thank you for your hospitality. Comfortable house and good food. Bethan Wood & Heather Lassen, Melbourne, Australia
Situated in a quiet area just five minutes walk from the town of Inisean, we are the ideal base to tour this stunning corner of Donegal. With magnificent sea views Inisean B&B is on the Wild Atlantic Way and will make your stay memorable. The name Inisean come from the Gaelic for Island of the Birds which can be seen from most of the guest bed rooms and from the dining room.