This 17th century Coaching Inn at the gateway to Exmoor National Park, is situated on the banks of the gently flowing river Exe. Mentioned in R.D. Blackmore's "Lorna Doone" this historic Inn has been modernised to provide the very best of comfort and good taste, yet retains its old world charm and atmosphere. You can be assured of a warm and friendly welcome from the proprietors, and their staff. Situated on the banks of the gently flowing River Exe, the Anchor Inn is the ideal base for walking, fishing or just discovering the secrets of the National Exmoor Park. The extensive riverside gardens are ideal for relaxing or fishing on the riverbank. Children and dogs are very welcome.
Parkway Guesthouse in Dublin, Ireland, is a family-run accommodation that operates in a late 18th century Georgian-style house. Located close to the Temple Bar area, Trinity College, and several music and shopping venues, this cosy bed & breakfast in Dublin is an ideal place to stay for those traveling on a budget. During your stay at this bed & breakfast, you can relax in the lounge room, or take a swim at the nearby swimming pool. You can also explore the vibrant night life, such as the area around St. Stephen's Green, where there are some of the most popular night clubs and pubs in Dublin. For those who are interested in shopping, Dublin offers many venues, such as Jervis Shopping Centre and Ilac Shopping Centre
Magical Bed and Breakfast? Possibly and certainly more than just a place to stay; ideal for World Heritage sites of Stonehenge, Avebury & Bath, National Trust & English Heritage properties, Longleat Safari Park & other attractions. Walking distance of good food pubs, the amazing Caen Hill canal locks & Devizes, Combined with a warm welcome, rural views, luxurious king sized beds & all the extras it's magical.
Ballyharvey House has been recently constructed to a high standard and offers a range of guest bedrooms, with the options of single, double, twin bed or triple rooms, with en suites facilities or dedicated bathroom. Located in quiet rural location within 2 miles of Belfast International airport and Antrim town and Lough Neagh, just off the main A26 arterial route and with ample free car parking.
Claremont built in 1873, situated in a central position. We have been awarded AA highly commended yellow stars award. We offer 7 en-suite bedrooms, all decorated and furnished to a very high standard. Each room has a colour TV, clock radio, tea & coffee making facilities, hairdryer and many other touches to make your stay as comfortable as possible. Guest House Official Rating: 4 Star
we are a family run guest house in a great location 100 yards from golden mile and beach and five mins from town centre we have 7 bedrooms 3 doubles 3 singles and 1 family room all rooms are fairly price for short or long stays have a great breakfast see what you think
Chelmsford House Bed and Breakfast is a luxurious friendly home 5 minutes walk from Killarney town centre. Awaken to magnificent Muckross View overlooking the world famous lakes and mountains of Killarney. Guests can enjoy a full breakfast menu in this comfortably spacious dining room every morning before they depart on their day's journey. All guest bedrooms are en-suite and are non-smoking. Each room has TV and Tea & Coffee making facilities along with hairdryers.
Kingstown House Bed and Breakfast is a long established family home within the town of Clifden, County Galway. The Bed and Breakfast has seven comfortable rooms all with Ensuite facilities. Approved by the TAA (Tourism Approval Authority), this B&B is a 1 minute walk to the Town Square (Centre) and bus stop and is conveniently located close to beaches, fishing, golf, cycling and horse riding and other activities in the Clifden area. The B&B is well suited to those who enjoy adventures in the outdoors such as walking and hiking through the beautiful countryside of Connemara. This is an excellent touring base for those who wish to discover the magnificent scenery of County Galway.
In the heart of Dingle town, Archway Lodge is a modern, beautifully decorated and well-maintained bed and breakfast. All the bedrooms are en suite with a shower, television, hairdryer and tea and coffee making facilities.It is an excellent base for touring the dramatic and wild Dingle Peninsula with its cliffs, long sandy beaches, sea and bird life. There are good surfing beaches on the north and west coasts as well as other water sports available.Some of the local attractions include Irelands second highest mountain (Mount Brandon), Fungi the famous local dolphin, the Blasket Islands, and the Dingle Aquarium.For the active there is the Dingle Way(a 179km walking trail), a leisure centre, bowling alley, golf, horse riding and mountain walking.Dingle offers fine restaurants(all offering fish landed in Dingle harbour), traditional Irish music evenings in many pubs, gift shops and art galleries selling paintings and sculptures by local artists. Dingle - what more could you ask, the perfect holiday destination.
Both Peter and Mignonne welcome you to Driftwood, a four star rated B&B situated a mere 10-minute walk from the centre of Kenmare where we are sure you will have a pleasant and relaxing stay with us. The area has spectacular natural beauty where walking, cycling and outdoor pursuits will allow you to fully enjoy the charm of the south west coast of Ireland. The Bedrooms are luxuriously appointed with an en-suite with a power shower. All rooms are carpeted with natural wood furnishings, televisions, hairdryers, clock alarms and complimentary tea/coffee facilities.