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Hillview House B&B is ideally situated in a tranquil country setting between Lusk and Skerries, yet only 15 minutes to Dublin Airport and 30 minutes to Dublin City. All rooms are ensuite with tea & coffee facilities and TV & hairdryer in all rooms. Our spacious and comfortable dining room is famous for its traditional home cooked Irish Breakfast. We also cater for visitors who like the healthier option with a large variety juices, cereals, home cooked breads and cheeses. On sunny days relax on our comfortable outside seating surrounded by the fragrant summer flowers and the pure country fresh air.
Birchwood is an Irish family owned and operated B&B. Opened in 1991 Mary and Tom Mac Donnell have established a reputation as caring hosts offering excellent accommodation and food at reasonable rates. Birchwood is set on 1.5 acres of gardens in a tranquil rural location just outside the village of Kilgarvan with a south facing aspect overlooking a Birch Tree Forest and wonderful natural scenery. It is both Irish Tourist Board registered and carries 4 star rating from the AA. With 5 large comfortable and attractively decorated bedrooms including double, twin and family rooms it caters for a wide range of guests. Both the dining room and lounge face onto the gardens for your added enjoyment. Birchwood's many return guests can vouch for the most wonderful breakfast menu which caters for the most discerning palate and is served with fruits and juices of all kinds together with home made breads and preserves.
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!
Dingle B&B: The Lantern Townhouse 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 B&B accommodation comprises six 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. 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!
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.
Fernrock B&B Killorglin is consistently rated 5 stars by guests on B&B Reviews - Superb views - Tours arranged. Frommer Guide recommended. Ideal base for touring Ring of Kerry, Dingle - 20 minutes from Kerry Airport, Killarney & Tralee. This Killorglin and Milltown B&B is situated on The Wild Atlantic Way. It has Seven Championship golf courses within one hours drive from this beautiful premises. Local amenities include golf, horse riding, fishing, walking, climbing, magnificent beaches, traditional music and gourmet restaurants. Situated 3kms (2 miles) from Killorglin Town. Did you know Killorglin hosts an annual festival, called Puck Fair, each year? Its the oldest festival in Ireland and is held on the 10th, 11th and 12th of August. A goat is crowned King Puck and honoured in the centre of town for these 3 days. Killorglin is jam-packed with free entertainment such as open-air evening concerts and street entertainment. If you have any questions about Killorglin, the ring of Kerry or Puck fair please feel free to contact me. We at Fern Rock look forward to your stay and hope to see you soon.
Avondoyle is located in a quite countryside area, just five minutes drive south of Limerick City. It is close by the amenities of the city, yet enjoys the tranquillity and peace of the countryside. Approved by the Irish Tourist Board, Avondoyle is rated as a 3 star accommodation. Avondoyle is convenient to Shannon Airport, Adare and Bunratty Folk Village, Lough Gur Bronze Age settlement and Creganowen. We are ideally located for day trips to the Cliffs of Moher, Cahir Castle, the Rock of Cashel and Galway City. Many of our guests also make day-trips to Killarney or Tralee from Avondoyle.There are many excellent golf courses nearby, including Limerick Golf Club and Rathbane Golf Club (both a half mile away), Castletroy Golf Club, and Limerick County Golf and Country Club. The championships courses of Lahinch, Ballybunion, Waterville and Killarney are all within convenient reach.
Rockbrook House B&B in Tullow offers you a warm and friendly welcome, where the Keogh family will ensure you have a pleasant and comfortable stay. Rockbrook House B&B is a new purpose built extension to the Keogh family residence overlooking the picturesque Mount Wolesey Golf Course, situated 500 meters from the town centre of Tullow Co. Carlow which offers anglers excellent fishing on the local River Slaney while golfers have two excellent courses to choose from. There are six rooms in total all are ensuite and include a TV and tea/coffee making facilities. Free wireless broadband is available in all rooms. Private parking is also included. A large Private sitting room provides a warm and friendly atmosphere to relax.
Modern townhouse 2km from Limerick city centre with private parking. 5 minutes walk to Thomond Park home of Munster rugby. Only15 minutes to Shannon airport and 5 minutes from both Bunratty Castle and King Johns Castle and the famous Durty Nellies pub. All rooms have ensuite bathrooms, TV, hospitality tray, hairdryers and irons.
Glenfort House B&B, situated in a quiet area, is just one mile from the centre of Tralee. Tralee is Kerry's county town and as such, has much for the visitor to see and do. Tralee is also the gateway to the Dingle Peninsula, is an easy ride to the Ring of Kerry, Ballyheigue and Banna with their fine beaches and close to several championship golf courses. The town boasts restaurants to suit all pockets, traditional pubs, tea rooms, the National Folk Theatre the Aqua Dome, a multi screen cinema, gift shops and art galleries. All the rooms in Glenfort house offer en suite bathrooms, hospitality tray, TV and hair dryer. There is a guest lounge with TV and in the mornings a delicious breakfast. Within walking distance is an excellent Bar & Restaurant offering seasonal nightly entertainment.
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.