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Destinations

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  • Antrim

    Explore beautiful County Antrim, home of the Giant's Causeway, Dunluce Castle and Bushmill's Distillery. Visit Belfast City and step back in time at the Titanic Exhibition. You will find the perfect Antrim Bed and Breakfast here.

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  • Carlow

    Carlow's countryside is wonderful with beautiful landscapes, the majestic Blackstairs Mountains and the winding River Barrow. Explore Carlow's many beautiful tranquil gardens.

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  • Clare

    Surrounded by water, boasts stunning unspoiled landscapes, great water-sports amenities, golf, angling, walking and cycling.

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  • Dublin

    Dublin has something for everyone, with its bustling city, beaches and picturesque towns and villages.

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  • Armagh

    Known as the orchard county due to the number of apple growers, Lough Neagh, road bowls, sailing, boating, walking, golf and heritage sites.

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  • Cork

    Cork is rich in history and heritage with an old world charm coupled with a modern vibrancy.

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  • Kildare

    Kildare, with its stunning scenery, rich history and beautiful houses and gardens, is a county just waiting to be explored.

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  • Derry - Londonderry

    Explore County Derry - Londonderry, the 2013 City of Culture. Tour the walled city of Derry, trek the Sperrin Mountains to the North and take in the magnificent coastline of one of Ireland's most historic counties.

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  • Galway

    Galway, a County with culture, heritage and arts coupled with stunning countryside scenery and friendly people.

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  • Laois

    Laois has so much to offer with its unspoiled landscapes, the Slieve Bloom Mountains and an abundance of historical sites.

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  • Down

    Mountains of Mourne, cultivated hills, extensive coastline, archaeological sites and ancient monuments, hill walking/ trekking, water-based activities, golf, horse-racing and cycling.

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  • Kilkenny

    Kilkenny is a wonderful region that is rich in medieval architecture, round towers and ruins of monastic settlements.

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  • Leitrim

    Leitrim, home to Europe's longest inland navigable waterway. This county offers some of the finest landscapes in Ireland, coupled with top quality watersport facilities.

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  • Longford

    In the heart of the Lakelands, Longford is bordered by the River Shannon and Lough Ree. It's a haven for angling and water-sports.

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  • Fermanagh

    Discover the lakelands of beautiful County Fermanagh. Rich in history and heritage, visit Enniskillen Castle, cycle the famous Kingfisher trail or travel underground through the Marble Arch Caves.

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  • Limerick

    Limerick, a county with pleasing contrasts. Limerick city is a hub of the economic and recreational activities in the mid-west while County Limerick is a place of rural charm and beauty.

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  • Louth

    Louth has so much to offer, with its stunning scenery, sandy beaches and a wealth of heritage sites.

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  • Mayo

    Mayo boasts a beautiful unspoilt environment, with a landscape of high cliffs, mountains and bogs. Steeped in history, heritage and holy places.

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  • Meath

    Explore Meath’s many monastic ruins, country manor houses and medieval towns and villages.

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  • Tyrone

    County Tyrone, known for its prehistoric sites, forest parks and the impressive Sperrin Mountains. The perfect base for hill walkers and adventure seekers alike.

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  • Waterford

    Founded by the Vikings in the 9th century, Waterford today is a thriving and modern county with a lovingly-preserved heritage.

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  • Monaghan

    Monaghan, with its bustling market towns, tranquil countryside, hills and lakes, is a haven waiting to be discovered.

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  • Roscommon

    Roscommon, a county home to one of Ireland's leading lakeside attractions, ancient ring forts and excellent fishing spots on Lough Ree and the River Shannon.

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  • Sligo

    Sligo has a large slice of history, folklore, culture, arts and has been immortalised by Nobel Prize-winning poet W.B. Yeats. Take in the breathtaking Benbulben mountain and Carrowmore Megalithic Cemetary.

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  • Wexford

    Wexford, on Ireland's south-east tip, is home to some lovely holiday resorts with lots of long, sandy beaches.

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  • Wicklow

    Wicklow, home to the famous Wicklow Mountains, is a beautiful county with stunning scenery and an amazing coastline.

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  • Cavan

    Cavan, with its charming villages and towns, numerous lakes and rivers, is one of Ireland’s best kept secrets.

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  • Tourist Board Approved

    All of the Bed and Breakfasts listed on this website are Irish and Northern Irish Tourist Board Approved. B&B Ireland Bed and Breakfasts assure high quality standards and excellent customer service for all our valued guests.

  • Irish Homestay B&Bs

    B&Bs in Ireland aren't just accommodation, they are an experience, they are an Irish Family Home. Meet the real people of Ireland and choose an authentic Irish B&B.

  • Types of Bed & Breakfast

    B&B Ireland provides various types of B&B accommodation. Choose from either a city, town, country, farmhouse or historic home. There really is the perfect B&B holiday option to suit everyone!