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?
Moate Lodge B&B is an 18th century Georgian house just outside the bustling town of Athy in County Kildare.
Lismaine Cottage is set in the scenic townland of Lismaine. Within minutes of Newforge House.
White House Bed and Breakfast is standing adjacent to a church and bus stop to city. Restaurants, pubs and shops are...
A warm welcome awaits you at our country home set in the heart of Co. Fermanagh.
Alderhaven Country Home is a 3 Star Fáilte Ireland approved B&B, secluded Tudor-style house, nestled in five acres of...
Arranmore House is a Georgian house close to Dublin airport, ferries, bus and rail terminals. It's central location...
Keeragh Lodge offers a high standard of accommodation and is situated on an elevated site ...
Riverside House B&B is a 3*Fáilte Ireland approved bungalow styled house, en suite bedrooms, TV guests lounge, tea/coffee...
€160 for 2 nights
€1995pps, 7 nights, includes bike rental, 3 green fees, all transfers, detailed daily route notes and maps, emergency support.
£80.00 based on 2 persons sharing, breakfast included. 10% discount vouchers for Steensons shop purchases.
Offers from £95.00
£190.00 Total Stay
From £140 per person sharing
From £65 per person
From 165.00 PPS
Beginning at £195 for two adults including a home cooked breakfast.
From €49.00 PPS
£105 based on 2 persons sharing, breakfast included, a platter for 2 on the evening of your stay. Discount Vouchers to Castle Gardens & Tearoom.
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