'Warren House Bed and Breakfast', a 4* star, 16th century thatched, grade II listed Dorset Longhouse. Situated in the beautiful village of Chideock and close to the stunning Jurassic coast. We offer traditional Bed & Breakfast, with an award winning Dorset Breakfast. Close to Lyme Regis, Charmouth & Bridport
Welcome in our Bed & Breakfast in la Creuse. Would you like to discover the "green heart" of France? You will find it in this remarkable area, unspoilt by mass tourism, here in the Creuse! The Creuse since January 2016 department of the Nouvelle-Aquitaine (Limousin, Aquitaine and Poitou-Charentes) region. B and B Quality label Fleurs de Soleil Our spacious villa style house, formerly a girls school built in 1892 is located in the small village of Vallière. It affords space and privacy surrounded as it is by an extensive walled garden. The village is situated on the plateau of Millevaches some 12 kms from Aubusson. Tastefully furnished bedrooms are provided with every comfort. Four days a week (sunday, monday, wednesday and friday) you may enjoy our evening meals (table d'Hôtes) which are prepared using local and seasonal produce whenever possible. If on the day of your arrival there is no table d'Hôtes, then we can still offer you a simple 2-cours meal if you wish. Including half a bottle of wine at € 15, - pp. This is only possible if you inform us in advance. There is hardly any industry in the Creuse so one can still breathe clean fresh air. In addition to the peace and space of an unspoilt countryside there are much of interest to explore. Have we whetted your appetite? Bienvenue, Annemieke & John Neurink-Keus, Anita Keus and our dog KhaeThay
Le Clos Verlaine is an old farm inside we have renovated entirely three rooms ( two for a family with two or three children, and one for a couple). Le Clos Verlaine is at 10 minutes from the famous Arras city centre. Arras is a marvellous city with two lovely squares and was at the heart of a memorable first war battle.
Brigadoon House is situated on the Dingle Peninsular, overlooked by the Sleive Mish mountain on one side and the highest mountains in Ireland, the McGuillicuddy Reeks, on the other side. Separated by the estuary on which Inch beach lies 10 minutes away. This beautiful location is central to Killarney, Tralee and Dingle with the Ring of Kerry a short drive away. We are also home to a multitude of world class golf courses. Beautiful scenery, pleasant surroundings and luxury accommodation. Our rooms can cater couples to families, to large groups. Our family rooms have a double bed and 2 singles bed with the option of an additional bed. All our rooms are en suite featuring a power shower in each bathroom, complimentary toiletries and towels. Rooms are serviced daily and fresh towels are provided each day. We have tea and coffee making facilities in each room, with hot chocolate and biscuits for the children! All rooms have a flat screen TV and complimentary wifi throughout the house. Each room has a French door leading to the gardens where tables and chairs are provided for you to relax and unwind in the evenings. Breakfast is served each morning with a wide selection of items from a full Irish breakfast to a fresh fruit smoothie, homemade scones and soda bread. We endeavour to make you feel welcome and we aim to give you a home from home, where you can relax, recharge and feel refreshed.
Seventeenth century country house in the heart of Ireland. 76 acres of woodland with fairy forts and some 300 trees which are centuries old. Bird watching on the lake or fly fishing with boat. A 2.5 acre walled garden with some great walks for garden lovers. As soon as you enter the grounds, driving through the stone arch and past the gate house, you will catch your first glimpse of Lough Ourna, Gaelic for "the lake of the barley". The long driveway to the house offers some superb views of the lake, framed by the ring forts on the shore and the Sleeve Bloom Mountains beyond. All bedrooms have private bathroom and some have a view of the lake. A choice of breakfast awaits you in the dining room. From the full Irish cooked breakfast to the more moderate continental breakfast with fresh fruit, there is no better way to start the day.
The hermitage is set in a hamlet with a private Looked over a wide garden, we are near a working farm, we are a friendly luxury bed & breakfast with two luxury en suite guest bedrooms - one is a very spacious Grande Suite Family Room which can sleep up to 4 people in a Super King size bed and 2 single beds. All rooms include dressing gowns, tea, coffee and biscuits - guests have access to the lounge, Wi-Fi, music, TV and breakfast room. Enjoy our large garden, with oak & fruit trees - there are tables and chairs to sit and eat, drink or just Relax.
The Meath Arms B&B and Grainstore Restaurant is nestled in the heart of stunning Wicklow. Still basking in the glory of being awarded Ireland's tidiest town in 2007 and the county winner in 2008, The Meath Arms offers accommodation in a beautiful Country Inn with a long tradition of hospitality. Established in 1728 the business is today still owned and run by the Phelan family. Recently refurbished it offers superb accommodation with a relaxed, friendly atmosphere. The Inn is located in the centre of Aughrim Village, which was the overall winner in the national Tidy Towns competition in 2007. The Meath Arms B&B is a great destination for anyone interested in golf, fishing, hill walking, or as a perfect base for touring the garden of Ireland. Taxi and luggage transfer available for walkers. "That little spot in Wicklow where the air breathes sweet content." - 'To Aughrim' a poem by Desmond L. Morley
Enjoy a warm and friendly welcome in luxurious spacious accommodation set on one acre of landscaped garden. All rooms with free WiFi, satellite T.V. , hairdryers and ensuite bathrooms. Private free parking, breakfast menu. Situated 10 minutes from Dublin Airport and 20 minutes from Dublin ferry and city centre and one mile from the award winning Malahide marina village. Situated 500m from our house is the magnificent Malahide Castle and grounds, well worth a visit. The picturesque marina village of Malahide boasts a varied selection of restaurants to suit all tastes.
Four star rated "Fern Hill" is an award winning B&B. It was a Welcome Ireland finalist 2006 and was Gulliver Ireland's choice as Best B&B (South East Region) 2008. It has been operating as a B&B for the last 12 years and is located in the most scenic and exclusive part of Tramore with views of Tramore Bay ( The graveyard of ships) from most of its rooms.There are many opportunities to keep yourself occupied from energetic sports such as surfing and sailing, to golf. Alternatively, there are many more leisurely pursuits, such as walking around the historic parts of Tramore and Waterford, Within the wider South East region, there are numerous activities to keep you occupied. We have details of many drives which you would enjoy around this part of the country.
This beautiful house, in a quiet location, is a family-run B&B offering rooms with en suite bathrooms, TV, hairdryers, free Wi-Fi and lovely views of the garden and peaceful surrounding countryside. The spacious interior is tastefully decorated, each bedroom in an individual style. A single bed can be added to some of the bedrooms. Limerick City is only a 10-minute drive and offers excellent pubs(often entertaining with traditional Irish music), a selection of great restaurants and many fine shops. Limerick golf course is only a short drive. Do not miss a visit to the 13th-century Castle of King John, located by the River Shannon.
Recipient of AA Awards 2011-2013, Clochard B&B is an AA 3 Star luxurious friendly family home at Spires Gardens, a small exclusive and peaceful area and recipient of Galway City Council awards in 2007 and 2009 and 2010 for the city's best maintained gardens and flower/shrub beds. Pat & Helena Hanlon are your hosts. Spires Gardens was originally part of the O'Hara of Lenaboy Estate. The house is part of a small development which is surrounded by a high wall and defence tower. The wall and tower dates back to the early 19th Century and would have been requisitioned by Lieutenant Colonel O Hara. Pat and Helena originally came from Donegal and "Gaeilge" the native Irish language is spoken. Helena has worked all her life in the catering profession. Complimentary House Award from Galway City Council for 2005 Free 24 hour wireless broadband Internet access Best Maintained Residential Area Award - Galway City Council