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?
Family home with three en suite rooms and magnificent sea views. Close to all amenities.
Glendaloch House is located in the quiet countryside with views of Lough Neagh.
On main Muckross Road N71 just four doors from Gleneable Hotel and I.N.E.C events centre,Bus and Rail station only seven...
Ballynester House enjoys a superb location with views across Strangford Lough.
Set beside the beach, and within walking distance of Galway City, Kiltevna B&B is a modern, detached home offering a...
The Irish National Heritage Park, Ferrycarrig, Wexford offers a unique opportunity to experience life in Early Medieval...
Downshire Manor was part of the Downshire Hotel, built in 1822 by the Marquis of Downshire.
2 nights bed & breakfast and a Prosecco Picnic for 2 people from just £199
from €200 pps
From £158pps (July / August from £175pps)
From £200 per room for 2 nights based on double occupancy - enter Promo Code "OchoTapas" on booking page. Offer subject to availability, T&C apply.
From £35 per person sharing based on minimum of 15 guests, subject to availablity.
£165 for two adults in bespoke accommodation and dining in Finn Lough Resort and Kitchen.
£190.00 Total Stay
€1695pps, 20 nights accommodation, includes bike rental, detailed daily route notes and maps, gpx files, emergency support.
2 nights accommodation for 2 people and a trip to Rathlin Island from just £199
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