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?
Arlington House is a family run Bed and Breakfast offering Irish hospitality.
Two hundred year old town house refurbished in the 90's with fantastic views over Tramore Bay.
Centrally heated farmhouse in a quiet country area overlooking Slieve Gullion mountains.
This modern bungalow with lush gardens and friendly hosts makes a great base for exploring scenic County Mayo and the...
Situated just five minutes from the lovely Kilkenny village of Freshford on the main Kilkenny to Cashel road, Moate...
Druminargle House, lovingly restored and built in 1720 is a classical Georgian country house.
The White House is a four star, luxurious home, overlooking Blarney Castle. Warm welcome, five minute walk to village...
The Mountain Inn provides B&B accommodation in the heart of the Ox Mountains, in Coolaney County Sligo. They offer four...
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.
€3080 per person (based on 2 people)
€160 for 2 nights
£105 based on 2 persons sharing, breakfast included, a platter for 2 on the evening of your stay. Discount Vouchers to Castle Gardens & Tearoom.
From £35 per person sharing based on minimum of 15 guests, subject to availablity.
Offers from £95.00
From £140 per person sharing
2 nights accommodation for 2 people and a trip to Rathlin Island from just £199
From €49.00 PPS
From 165.00 PPS
Beginning at £195 for two adults including a home cooked breakfast.
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