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?
Set amidst two acres of grounds on the banks of Lough Ree in County Westmeath, Reeside B&B is the perfect spot from...
Loch Cuan BnB is a semi-detached bungalow located in the beautiful County Down town of ...
Lynchs farmhouse is a bed and breakfast located in Eyrecourt Co. Galway,. The country style house is set amongst beautiful...
The Maltings Bed and Breakfast is in the centre of Birr town adjacent to Birr Castle Demesne. All six en suite guestrooms...
‘Absolute tranquility and gastronomic heaven’. This extraordinary country house serving organic food
Welcome to Burndale House, a large spacious house decorated to a very high standard, boasting a traditional yet modern...
Annaly House, a Fáilte Ireland approved B&B situated along the Wild Atlantic Way in the heart of the beautiful Burren,...
Starting from £28 per person sharing, including a full Irish breakfast.
For £220 weekdays & £240.00 weekends (offer is based on two persons sharing a double room)
From €120.00 per room per night
£80 per person for 2 nights
For €259 per person
From €32 per person sharing including a full Irish breakfast.
For €185 per person
From €1570 pps with single supplement of €190
From €139 per room per night based on two people sharing
From €32 per person sharing, including a full Irish breakfast.
From €290 total stay.
Prices starting from £93.00 per couple - Terms & Conditions Apply
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