Find out all you need to know from the experts before choosing a B&B in Ireland
Did you know there's a B&B in Ireland to suit nearly every kind of traveller?
Maranatha is a beautiful period country house set in its own private parkland in Blarney, County Cork. It offers large...
This is a listed Victorian house in a leafy secluded terrace in South Belfast.
Ashley Lodge is a 4 Star Fáilte Ireland approved B&B, modern family run home secluded in own garden in peaceful location....
Greenmount is a 3 Star Fáilte Ireland approved B&B on Muckross Road, Killarney just five minute walk to Killarney town...
San Marino is within walking distance to restaurants, hotels & pub and beach also Bus Stop. 5 minutes Walk.Malahide...
Beach Haven House is a unique and inviting family run house close to everything in Tramore and Waterford City. We are...
Welcome to Loughkiern, a comfortable, family Bed and Breakfast, Just twenty five minutes from Dublin City. We are served...
Ashmore House is the home of Brandan and Laura Ryan who have been welcoming guests for bed and breakfast for more than...
from €200 pps
2 nights bed & breakfast and a Prosecco Picnic for 2 people from just £199
160.00 based on 2 persons sharing, 2 nights B&B breakfast included, home made cake on arrival, picnic lunch for 2 persons on 1 day.
€1440 (based on 4 people)
€1995pps, 7 nights, includes bike rental, 3 green fees, all transfers, detailed daily route notes and maps, emergency support.
From £65 per person
From €290 total stay.
From 165.00 PPS
From £158pps (July / August from £175pps)
£40.00 pppn including breakfast
2 Nights B+B, evening meal and Days Tour €230 pp.
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