Wild Atlantic Way Bed & Breakfast Ireland
248 B&Bs in Wild Atlantic Way, Ireland
The Waterfront is a relaxed, family run B&B situated at the entrance of the picturesque fishing village of Portmagee. The B&B is nestled between the sea and the mountains and over looks Valentia Island. It is the perfect place for you and yours to relax and unwind. There are five comfortable en-suite bedrooms in the accommodation and a homely, cosy visitors lounge with Sky Tv and a selection of books to enjoy during your stay. In the morning, you can indulge in the breakfast buffet and freshly cooked meals with home-made brown bread. There is a beautiful garden to enjoy with a private secure car park for all guests.
Our brand new purpose built family run guesthouse is built to hotel standards. For our guests' relaxation and comfort we have Satellite TV with flat screen LCD in the rooms, broadband internet access along with hospitality tray in all rooms. We have ground floor rooms available, rooms on the upper floor can also be accessed by lift. We have all the other standard facilities a guest can expect such as hairdryer, direct dial telephone in all rooms. The ensuite bathrooms are spacious, most with bath and separate shower. Complimentary toiletries and power showers are in every bathroom. Safe storage for bicycles is available, and there is a swimming pool and spa just a 2-minute walk away, and historic Kylemore Abbey is 8 km from the guesthouse. Inishbofin Island is 10 km away, accessible by the ferry
Prague House is a family run B&B in Galway City and has been newly refurbished and tastefully decorated, to give a warm cosy atmosphere only 5 minutes from the cobbled stoned famous Quay Street, just a short stroll from the Salthill promenade and beach, where you can see the sun go down over Galway Bay. Prague House has comfortable spacious family and double rooms, with private en suite bathrooms and pressurized showers to revitalize the tired traveller. You can park your car at Prague House and walk five minutes into town where you will find many shops and coffee bars and the best nightlife in the West, with many pubs where you hear traditional sessions and music to suit every ear. There are big variety of cuisine to sample in the various restaurants where you can walk along the pedestrian streets and check out the various sample-menus. Galway is renowned for its cultural theme with its theatres and art galleries and there is often street entertainment to make your visit enjoyable.
Island view is a warm and welcoming family home in the heart of Roundstone Village. Nearby is Gurteen bay and Dog's Bay distinctly revered as the beach in Ireland that has the most white sand and features a turquose tinted colour of the sea. Each ensuite room has sea or mountain views. Roundstone is considered the most beautiful village in Connemara. It has featured in films and is a traditional fishing village where one can see Galway Hookers sailing and local fishing trawlers returning with their catch. Connemara National Park, an equestrian centre, championship golf course, hillwalking and cycling are all nearby. Guests are greeted with homebaked scones and freshly brewed tea/coffee. Breakfast includes a choice of fresh fruit salad and organic yoghurt, smoked salmon and scrambled eggs or a full Irish breakfast. We have a wealth of local knowledge and do our best to ensure that your stay is unforgettable. IslandView is "Turistic per caso" recommended. Convenient for Aran Islands & Inis Bofin.
Mountain View Bed and Breakfast is a family run establishment, which is situated in Lauragh, Kenmare, Co. Kerry, 5 minutes from the Beara Way. Mountain View B&B bedrooms have en suite bathrooms and offers all the conveniences that you would expect. We offer a range of delicious options on our breakfast menu. We have double, twin and family rooms. A full Irish or continental breakfast is offered.
A family run guesthouse with 11 ensuite bedrooms, located 200 metres from Killarney town centre which offers Ireland's finest choice of: pubs, restaurants, spa's, shopping and leisure centres. 3-4 minute walk from train and bus stations. Walk distance to National Park, Ross Castle, Cathedral. Activities: cycling, walking, jaunting cars, horse riding, climbing, etc. Tours of the area, fishing and golf can all be arranged. For bank holidays, special events and group rates please contact us for details.
Highly recommended for warmth, comfort, hospitality and ideal location. Just 2 minutes walk from good restaurants, pubs with music, heritage centre, bus stop and Internet access. The picturesque villages of Glandore, Castletowshend, Baltimore, Schull in West Cork and the unique Lough Hyne - all around 15 minutes drive. The Mizen Head visitor centre, Bantry House, Glengariff and Garnish are also close by. There are daily ferries to Cape Clear and the Sherkin Islands. An 18 hole golf course and sandy beaches just 5-10 minutes away. Sunnyside is approved by the Irish Tourist Board, Brittany Ferries, Numerous Guides and the many guests that return year after year.
This large spacious beautifully decorated property, which overlooks the Atlantic ocean and has spectacular views of the Aran Islands and Mutton Island, is just a short walk from a beautiful sandy beach and Spanish Point Golf Course. Ideally located for easy access to Lahinch with its aquarium, surf school and 18 hole championship golf course. A wonderful start point to Doolin, the Burren, the Cliffs of Moher, Alliwee Caves, Kilkee (Greg Norman designed Golf course) and Kilrush with its marina.
Gallows View B&B is an Award Winning four star rated property where Mary McKenna offers a rather special brand of hospitality at this pretty chalet bungalow. Reached by a scenic country road that runs between Bunratty Castle and Durty Nellies Pub, well worth a visit! Shannon Airport is 15 minutes and Limerick City is a short drive. Banquets and traditional nights at Bunratty Folk Park, a major tourist attraction, can be booked from here. There are good restaurants, pubs and gift shops only a short drive away. Nominated for Failte Ireland Irish Welcome Award 2006. Closed mid-December to the end of January.In 2018 Gallows View B&B received the impressive award of 'B&B of the YEAR'.
Lakeshore Lodge, near Killorglin, is a charming and unique Bed & Breakfast. Situated on the shores of Caragh Lake with views of the MacGillycuddy Reeks, Irelands highest mountain range, guests can relax in these peaceful surroundings and forget the stresses of modern life. The B&B is the ideal base for touring the Ring of Kerry, famous for its fabulous scenery, and to make use of the Kerry Way, a walking path that meanders around the peninsula. There are championship golf courses within an easy drive, sandy blue flag beaches, lake and river fishing as well as sea angling, ancient historic ruins and so much more. There are fine dining restaurants locally and pubs offering traditional Irish music. Kerry Airport is only a 25 minute drive.
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.
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.