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Situated beside Ireland's highest ancient Round Tower, Naomh Colman's B&B, an award-winning family home, offers three warm and comfortable rooms with en suite bathrooms. Josephine Finnegan, your host, has vast experience in the bed and breakfast sector and an excellent knowledge of the local area. All guests will receive a warm welcome in a relaxing and peaceful environment. Television room available to relax in at your leisure, or just enjoy the magnificent Kilmacduagh Monastic Ruins and the Burren Mountains. The Monastic ruins close by, Kilmacduagh, where first established in the year 610 by St. Colman. Occupying the same site is a 14th Century Cathedral, an Abbey and other ruins including Ireland's highest Round Tower (112ft. tall and 2ft out of true). This B&B is ideally located, being only 40 minutes from Shannon Airport, 30 from Galway City, on the edge of the famous Burren and not too far from Coole Park and Lough.
Coomassig View B&B is a luxury four-star rated, spacious dormer bungalow, situated less than 500m from the colourful little village of Sneem on the N70 Ring of Kerry. The house also backs onto the Kerry Way and is perfectly situated for hikers. The Kerry Way, some 200 Kilometres long, winds its way through and around the Iveragh Peninsula, using old pathways, roads and tracks. Nivana for walkers. The B&B offers double, twin and family rooms, all with en-suite bathrooms. Facilities include drying room for walkers and cyclists, private parking and lock up indoor storage for bicycles and backpacks. The house is approved by the Irish Tourist Board. You can expect a warm welcome, refreshments on arrival, availability of tea/coffee making facilities throughout your stay and a breakfast cooked to order. All our guest rooms are equipped with Satellite TV. We welcome families!
Fuchsia House resides in its own tranquil grounds, hidden behind trees and bushes. Located just off Muckross Road in Killarney, Fuchsia House is a delightful private home, beautifully furnished and decorated, offering the very best in hospitality. Killarney is one off the most visited areas in Ireland and there is much for the visitor to see and do. It is famous for its lakes, its national park and Ireland's highest mountains.
Gort na Cloc B&B is a family run country house set in the tranquil village of Ardmayle, 3 miles from the heritage town of Cashel. Lots to see, including the infamous rock of Cashel and Holycross Abbey. We offer free WiFi and private car parking. We offer group and family rates. We are central to counties Cork, Waterford, Limerick, Kilkenny & Offaly.
Dormer bungalow overlooking Dingle Town. Warm comfortable and friendly family run home. Situated on the scenic Connor Pass Route. All rooms have private bathrooms, televisions, electric blankets, orthopaedic beds and hairdryers. Local amenities include, Slea Head Drive, Blasket Islands, pony trekking, angling and boat trips to Fungi the dolphin. Complimentary Tea/Coffee and home baking on arrival. Just 10 minutes walk or 2 minutes drive from the town centre.The PubSituated in town, O'Flahertys Bar(the centre picture below) provides a meeting place for locals and visitors alike. Here you will find a comfortable bar to relax in, traditional Irish music sessions, interesting conversations and great craic.
Mairead & Jimmy offer luxury accommodation with a choice of superior double rooms with king / queen size beds, twin rooms & family rooms with double and single beds. Breakfasts freshly cooked to order, with a variety of fruit bowls, yoghurts, cheeses & cereals and of course the Newlands Lodge full Irish breakfast. All our rooms have en-suite bathrooms, hairdryers, toiletries, and bathrobes. We also have a sitting room available for guests to relax and secure private parking. We have free wi-fi throughout the house and also a laptop is available if required for guest use. Tea, coffee and light refreshments are available at all times. Newlands Lodge is conveniently located in beautiful countryside, just four miles from the magnificent Kilkenny Castle, the soaring eaves of 13th century Canice's Cathedral & the glorious stained glass of 12th century Black Abbey. It is on the road to Jerpoint Abbey, Kells Priory, Mount Juliet Golfing Estate and Kilkenny Craft trail. It is also ideally located to explore the surrounding counties of Waterford, Tipperary and Wexford, all just 1 hours drive. Beautiful landscaped gardens with a wide variety of shrubs, flowers and birdsong provide a lovely respite in the evenings. Newlands Lodge welcomes you to its peaceful atmosphere, enhanced by a fine reputation for hospitality and customer care.
In the centre of Castledermot town, set in the old school of the town is a hidden gem. The School House was a Restaurant for many years and was know through out the length and breath of Ireland, where chef and owner John Doyle cooked up delicious meals from local quality produce..... Now its been used as a Bed and Breakfast, Where weary travelers can rest, sleep and enjoy a harty breakfast after there blissful nights sleep, cooked by John Doyle. John Doyle is also a talented artist, with some of his art available to view in the breakfast room.
A warm welcome awaits you in this award winning B&B, located only 5 minutes from Dublin Airport. Rathview House is an elegant detached family home. Set in a quiet leafy area, yet only a 2 minute stroll to the vibrant town of Swords. The guest accommodation consists of four uniquely styled bedrooms, each with its own ensuite, hairdryer, multichannel TV, and tea/coffee facilities. Free Wi-Fi access is available in all rooms. Iron and Board available upon request. There is an excellent breakfast menu to choose from each morning served between 8am - 9.30am. If you have any special dietary requirements just let us know and we will be happy to cater for you. Both Sharon and Allen look forward to welcoming you to our home.
4 Star Quality country house overlooking beautiful Lough Swilly. 4 bedrooms, all ensuite - 1 superking, 2 king sized beds. Ample parking, wifi and TV available in guest lounge. 15 minutes from Letterkenny and 20 minutes from Derry, which was the UK City of Culture last year. Well placed for walking, golf, fishing, etc. Ideally placed for exploring the picturesque North West with easy day trips to venues such as the Giants Causeway, Bushmills distillery, Ulster American folk park, Glenveigh National Park, Belleek pottery,Slieve League, Grianan bronze age fort, etc.
Located on the Wild Atlantic Way it's the half way stopping point on world famous Ring of Kerry, this Milestone Heritage Site situated in Waterville Village traces its origins to the First Transatlantic Telegraph Cables layed from Ireland/Europe to USA in 1866. The remarkable story of the telegraph and the nineteenth century's online pioneers - stay with us and experience this remarkable aspect of Irelands history and culture. That incomparable Irish mist, we reveal the Ireland you had only dreamed of - colourful, unstuffy, and a infectiously attractive mix of styles and people. Polished floors, robust Irish cooking, medicinal whiskeys, fly-fishing and storytelling characters, Islands, mountains, and goats who own the road, everchanging skies, magical wishing wells. Believe every word you hear about the beauty of Waterville Ring of Kerry, however its the warm hearted friendly people whose healing inheritance will nurture and settle you along with a majestic landscape and its power to embrace and nourish you.
Seventeenth century country house in the heart of Ireland. 76 acres of woodland with fairy forts and some 300 trees which are centuries old. Bird watching on the lake or fly fishing with boat. A 2.5 acre walled garden with some great walks for garden lovers. As soon as you enter the grounds, driving through the stone arch and past the gate house, you will catch your first glimpse of Lough Ourna, Gaelic for "the lake of the barley". The long driveway to the house offers some superb views of the lake, framed by the ring forts on the shore and the Sleeve Bloom Mountains beyond. All bedrooms have private bathroom and some have a view of the lake. A choice of breakfast awaits you in the dining room. From the full Irish cooked breakfast to the more moderate continental breakfast with fresh fruit, there is no better way to start the day.