Annascaul House is a family run Bed and Breakfast situated in the heart of Annascaul village, nestled along the Wild Atlantic Way and only 15 minutes away from Dingle. A popular choice not only with hikers, but also families who wish to explore the beautiful Dingle Peninsula. With many of our guests returning on a regular basis, we always make sure that each stay with Annascaul House B&B is a memorable and enjoyable experience. Our beautiful accommodation consists of four en suite bedrooms, a dining room and a lounge. A private car parking is available at the front of the house. On a sunny day our guests can also enjoy a private garden. Annascaul village is home to famous Irish sculptor Jerome Connor and Antarctic Explorer Tom Crean. Whether you want to explore an abundance of local hiking trails, visit Dingle, or just relax on Inch beach, you are sure to find Annascaul House your perfect accommodation choice.
Killarney Lodge is a purpose-built 4**** guesthouse set in private walled-in gardens only two minutes walk from Killarney town centre. The guesthouse provides 16 air-conditioned, spacious, ensuite bedrooms (including mini-suites) with all modern amenities including TV, direct dial telephone, clock radio and iron facilities. Ground floor rooms available. Internet access and family facilities available. Enjoy an extensive breakfast menu with traditional home baking in the spacious dining room and relax in the comfortable residents lounge with its open fire or some fresh air while enjoying the private garden. The lodge has already gained an outstanding reputation for the quality of service, relaxed atmosphere and friendliness.
Shaminir is a fine, recently built, 5 bedroomed house that has been fully Bord Failte approved. All our rooms have a private bathroom, are tastefully designed and decorated with beautiful colour co-ordinating schemes. We offer a choice of twin, double or family rooms (sleeping 4), and a choice of continental, full Irish or smoked salmon breakfasts. At Shaminir we have successfully combined modern facilities with a good old fashioned warm and welcoming Irish family home feel, and we can offer probably the best view in Ireland with our own trout lake in the front garden. The picturesque town of Kenmare is 3 miles away and offers all the attractions of a lively traditional Irish town. Irish music and ballads are played most nights in the bars and restaurants scattered throughout the town. Ideal for touring the internationally famous Ring of Kerry or the rugged and dramatic Beara Peninsula with stunning views around every corner. Located near some of Ireland's finest golf courses such as Killarney, Waterville, Ballybunion and Tralee.
Hazelbrook is located 2km from Killarney Town. Hazelbrook is just a 15min drive to Kerry Airport and is at the Gateway to the Ring of Kerry and Dingle drives. Hazelbrook is a short walk to the famous viewing point in Aghadoe. Great accommodation for the golfer, walker or cyclist as Hazelbrook is within walking distance of the Killarney National Park. A self-catering kitchen is available for guest use at all times during their stay. The kitchen can be used to cook light evening meals. A light breakfast is included in your room rate which consists of breads, cereals, tea and coffee. The bright and colourful bedrooms are en-suite and all have free wifi and T.V. At Hazelbrook guests can enjoy a private scenic garden with a BBQ area or relax in the spacious lounge. There is also a bar and restaurant just 100 metres away from Hazelbrook Killarney. Lidl store is 1km Free parking Free Wifi is included in your rate.
Dingle B&B: Cead Mile Failte. An Dooneen is a beautiful 3 star B&B established in 1958 in the picturesque village of Kilcooley, in the heart of the Gaeltacht area. Located at the foot of Mount Brandon and Carraig Hill, An Dooneen has stunning views of Smerwick Harbour and The Three Sisters. The rooms at An Dooneen are all en suite and spacious throughout. Guests are treated to a hearty breakfast from a varied menu including traditional home baked brown breads and scones. Guests are invited to use the cosy sitting room to make tea or coffee at any time. There are two restaurants within walking distance of the house and a choice of four local pubs where good food and drink can be enjoyed with traditional music and craic.
Farmstead Lodge is a bright spacious and welcoming family run B&B built on our 100 acre dairy farm, situated at the foot of Irelands highest mountains in the heart of Kerry between the very popular and well-known areas of Killarney, Killorglin and Beaufort. We offer a tranquil and homely atmosphere and the unique personal attention that you deserve to make your stay as enjoyable as possible. We have double, twin and family rooms with panoramic mountain views and guests private lounge and dining room. A choice of magnificent golf courses are nearby, including the Killarney golf course [championship course]. Other local amenities include horse riding, hill walking, restaurants and bars 10 minutes drive, beach 30 minutes drive. Our rates include a varied breakfast menu, tea/coffee on arrival. Private car park. Outdoor picnic area. Free WIFI. There is also a play area for kids and farm walks. We can also arrange and book tours ie Ring of Kerry for guests. Tours arranged and can be booked.
Ross Castle Lodge is a 4 Star B&B offering luxurious Bed and Breakfast. Set on the edge of Killarney town close to Ross Castle and beautiful Lough Leane and opposite an entrance to Killarney National Park. Our double , twin and triple bedrooms are elegant and spacious with all essential facilities. Relax after a long day in our guest lounge or on our outdoor patio or stroll in our attractive gardens. Our breakfasts, with varied choices, are cooked to order. House has fast WiFi and has free private parking.
Room Only, minimum stay two night for €120. Calafont B&B is an easy drive from Cahersiveen or Waterville. We recommend a trip to The Skelligs Rock(a World Heritage Site) - spectacular scenery, birdlife and an incredible 6th-century monastic settlement - a trip we can arrange and all who go, say they will never forget. The picturesque village of Portmagee is within walking distance with its great pubs, restaurants, traditional music and dance. Overlooking Portmagee Channel with views of Valentia, Bray Head and the Atlantic Ocean. Things to do locally include a visit to Glanleam House & Subtropical Gardens, Valentia Heritage Centre, Valentia Island Ice Cream factory, producing award-winning ice cream in many flavours, Tetrapod Trackpads, laid down some 385 million years ago and so much more to see and do.