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?
Luxurious spacious bungalow on the Rosslare/Kilkenny road. Quiet, restful and friendly accomodation. A short distance...
A quality B&B in Omagh. Affordable accommodation with ambience. This luxury B&B is decorated in ...
Located just outside the village of Oughterard in County Galway, Riverwalk House B&B is a comfortable, friendly home...
Kilkern house in the heart of West Cork is superbly situated between Clonakilty and Rosscarbery along the Wild Atlantic...
Tower View is a purpose built modern bed and breakfast situated in Dingle, County Kerry.
In the quiet fishing village of Liscannor sits Sea Haven B&B, a spacious dormer bungalow with panoramic views of Liscannor...
Spectacular country house set in a wonderful location with panoramic views of the Antrim Glens.
No stairs, Trip advisor 2014 Winner Certificate of Excellence, Booking.com 2013 review 9.4/10 Quiet
From €32 per person sharing, including a full Irish breakfast.
From €130 per room per night
From €32 per person sharing including a full Irish breakfast.
Starting from £28 per person sharing, including a full Irish breakfast.
From €139 per room per night based on two people sharing
From €290 total stay.
From €595 pps with single supplement of €105
From £140 per person sharing
From €295 per couple - Bespoke Tours Available
From €1570 pps with single supplement of €190
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