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?
Groarty house is 200 years old and is tastefully furnished with antiques, in keeping with the ...
Ideal venue for outdoor pursuits. Central for water sports, pony trekking and fishing.
FeetnPaws the dog friendly B&B in Portaferry, County Down, Northern Ireland.
Hollymount House is a country home in peaceful woodlands via mountain road, breathtaking views of Comeragh and the Knockmealdown...
Drift away from modern Ireland to Ocean Breeze, where time is measured by the lapping waters of Donegal Bay.
Emmet House is a small boutique-style bed and breakfast located on the corner between Emmet Square and Emmet Street...
Yeats Lodge B&B is a modern home with majestic views, set in County Sligo.
Greenville House is a family run accommodation on the outskirts of the picturesque village of Carrigallen, County Leitrim....
Starting from £28 per person sharing, including a full Irish breakfast.
From €32 per person sharing including a full Irish breakfast.
From €595 pps with single supplement of €105
From €32 per person sharing, including a full Irish breakfast.
From £140 per person sharing
From €139 per room per night based on two people sharing
From €1570 pps with single supplement of €190
From €120.00 per room per night
From €290 total stay.
From €130 per room per night
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