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?
Fielys Brea B&B situated at the heart of the Mourne Mountains “An Area of Outstanding Natural ...
Spacious Neo-Georgian House in peaceful scenic surroundings. Residents Lounge with Tea/Coffee making facilities. Extensive...
Brenda's family run B&B is located in beautiful Borris, County Carlow. A lovely Georgian styled town, nestling under...
Bon Accord is a beautiful detached house, off the main Belfast Road and 7 minutes from the City ...
Family run home with comfortable en-suite bedrooms, TV, tea coffee making facilities ,refrigerator,hairdryer, recommended...
A family home 2km from Clifden on Galway Road N59. A pink house near Clifden Glen Holiday Village.
Guests to Tower Hill B&B are assured of a peaceful and relaxing stay in the heart of beautiful County Sligo. Overlooking...
Avarest is a Victorian town house set right in the heart of Ireland's most favourite tourist resort.
From £158pps (July / August from £175pps)
From £35 per person sharing based on minimum of 15 guests, subject to availablity.
From €49.00 PPS
£40.00 pppn including breakfast
€1995pps, 7 nights, includes bike rental, 3 green fees, all transfers, detailed daily route notes and maps, emergency support.
£185 based on 2 persons sharing, breakfast included, a platter for 2 on one evening of your stay. Discount Vouchers to Castle Gardens & Tearoom.
2 nights bed & breakfast and a Prosecco Picnic for 2 people from just £199
€1695pps, 20 nights accommodation, includes bike rental, detailed daily route notes and maps, gpx files, emergency support.
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