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Recommended by Inside Ireland and the Irish Times: "There was a warm welcome, spotlessly clean rooms and very good value. Karaun House is to be "highly recommended". A family run B&B near Galway, Karaun House is situated in a superb rural setting, just off the N18 Wild Atlantic Way, close to the picturesque town of Clarinbridge, Co.Galway, Ireland, home of the famous Oyster festival(September). Here you will experience the best of Galway B&B accommodation, as this property is long established in the business, and has won many awards and is well rated. Karaun House has three pleasant guest rooms with en suite bathrooms. For added comfort, guest rooms are equipped with orthopaedic beds, electric blankets, tea & coffee making facilities, TV, free WIFI and a hair dryer. After a peaceful nights sleep, you will wake up to a delicious home cooked Irish breakfast. (Vegetarian, gluten free, dairy free and lactose free breakfasts also provided). Outside, there is a beautiful garden for guests use and private parking.
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
Grasshopper Cottage is located in north-east Connemara and offers B&B and fishing on Lough Corrib. Direct access to the lake with boats & engines, gillie/guide and tackle available for hire. Guests have the opportunity to explore the natural and cultural heritage of the area known as Joyce Country; see the abundance of wildflowers; participate in walking, cycling, horse riding or just relax and enjoy the peace and quiet.
19th Lodge Ballybunion is a golfer's paradise, aptly named for its enviable location, directly opposite Ballybunion's famous links and on the Wild Atlantic Way. Your host, Mary Beasley, is justifiably proud of the fact that over 80% of her bookings are repeat business. This speaks for itself and reflects her genuine hospitality and attention to detail. Green fee concessions are available for Ballybunion course. Gourmet breakfasts are served in the dining room with a panoramic view of the links. After playing Ballybunion for the first time, a man would think that the game of golf originated here. Located on the Shannon estuary, it is a true seaside links course, virtually treeless and a course of sharp contours throughout. There appears to be no man-made influence. It looks like a course laid out on land back in the 10th century. News: 19th Lodge has consistently been given a 5 star rating by its guests on the B&B Reviews Website.
CARMELS is set in the heart of the Wicklow Mountains. Glendalough is just a few minutes drive and offers excellent sightseeing at the monastic ruins, also walking, climbing and painting. Almost any relaxation you could dream of. We are a well-established family run country home, renowned worldwide for our hospitality, good food and many other features. We are highly recommended in numerous tour guides. When travelling in Ireland and County Wicklow Carmels is a worthwhile stop, for a long or short stay. Annamoe is a small village 1km away with a shop, tea-rooms, antique shop, leisure park and trout farm. It is home to some very well known entertainment personalities (some of us know it as ..Paddywood...). There are also, a number of good restaurants nearby. Peace, tranquillity and hospitality are awaiting you in this very well established family home set in the heart of the Wicklow mountains on the gateway to Glendalough. Convenient to airport & ferries.
We at Springlawn extend a Cead Mile Failte to all our guests. A long established B&B where you are guaranteed a warm welcome with friendly professional service.A luxury home set on its own spacious grounds surrounded by beautiful mature landscaped gardens with a spacious car park for guests. You can take a leisurely walk to the sea or Clarinbridge village from here.Irish Tourist board approved. We hold several Failte Ireland merit awards. Recommended in the American Causin/Dillard guide.The premises has three comfortable bedrooms. Room (1) has a double bed. Room (2) has a double and single bed and Room (3) has three single beds.All rooms are ensuite with tea/coffee making facilities, hairdryer and 24 free wi-fi for your laptop. Extensive breakfast menu with home baking and organic foods served.
Bungalow on Limerick - Dublin Road with pleasant nature gardens. Rated 91.8% by 15 out of 15 visitors, this property is ideally situated as a stop over for someone travelling from the Southwest to Dublin and is also convenient to University of Limerick. All rooms are comfortably furnished with guests requirements in mind. Adjacent to shops and restaurants. For those with an early start, an early breakfast can be arranged. For those who like to go walking, Clar Glens and Glenstal Abbey are all within a 20 minute drive.
Gleann-na-Smol is located in the centre of the village of Howth close to Howth Harbour and cliff walks. We offer a friendly warm and comfortable home with plenty of Irish charm. Homemade soda bread, brown bread and home made preserves are a speciality in our home. We are members of Bord Failte and Fingal Tourism. We are highly recommended by Lets Go and Europe Tourist Book. Howth is regarded as the best kept secret for our tourists in the Dublin Region and Howth Castle and its beautiful grounds are a favourite with most of our guests. We look forward to welcoming you to Howth and to our tranquil home close to both airport and city centre.
Tara Farm B&B is a spacious house with six ensuite bedrooms - all large rooms, with television, tea/coffee making facilities, hairdryer and sitting areas. Four of the rooms are large with queen and single beds overlooking the water, with private patios/balconies and a beautiful mountain backdrop. The guest lounge also overlooks the water and the dining room is very spacious with individual tables. We offer a full and extensive breakfast menu and light meals, packed lunches on request. We at Tara Farm bed and breakfast take a very special interest in our guests. There is always some member of the family available to welcome guests, to advise on restaurants, to help plan itinerary, or just to have a cup of tea/coffee in the lounge after a busy day.
This 4-star, 200-year Old Farmhouse Boasts Stunning Mountain Views, Delicious Generous Breakfasts Using Home-grown Produce Such As Raspberries, Strawberries & Rhubarb And Friendly Helpful Hosts. Well Situated For Touring South And South-east Ireland. Trout And Salmon Fishing Can Be Enjoyed Along 1.5 Km Of Water On The Rivers Suir And Tar Which Surround The Farm. Equipment Hire Can Be Arranged. The Nearby Knockmealdown Mountains Feature Numerous Beautiful And Scenic Walks.
Hillcrest House, 3 star Tourist Board Approved, is a family run B&B situated in a scenic quiet area on the Killorglin/Glenbeigh N70 Ring of Kerry route. Hillcrest Huose is close to Caragh Lake renowned for its salmon and trout fishing, Dooks Golf course, blue flag beaches, mountains, horse riding and 10 minute walk from the Red Fox Inn and Restaurant which is adjacent to the Kerry Bog Village Museum. Rooms with bathrooms ensuite, and Twin, Double and King beds available. All have TV, hairdryer and Wifi Internet connection.
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.