Welcome to O'Driscoll's Bed & Breakfast. They are located in the picturesque village of Glin, Co. Limerick, on the south shore of the River Shannon, on the N69. En Route from Shannon Airport and Limerick City to Tralee/Killarney & the Ring of Kerry. They are centrally located on the Main Street of Glin, next to Conway's Bar. They are approved by the Irish Tourist Board & off top Quality Accommodation. Twins/Doubles/Triples & Family Rooms, Ensuite available - All with Power shower, Hairdryer, Tea/Coffee making facilities, T.V. & Wireless Broadband access. Breakfast is served from 7.30 to 9:30 each morning in their breakfast room over looking the private garden. Wouldn't it be nice to Relax in their Garden after a long day of sight-seeing with a nice cup of tea or coffee. Enjoy a leisurly walk along the River Shannon or head off on one of the side roads & enjoy the scenic views of the Shannon estuary & the local countryside. There are a number of Nature walks in the area - Tarbert, Glin, Loughill, Foynes to name a few. Between Foynes and Askeaton you will find the Aughinish Nature Reserve. Between the village of Loughill & Foynes you will find the Award-winning Boyce Gardens. These wonderful gardens are open to the public during the Summer months. Here you will find a selection of plants most suited to Irish conditions. Glin Castle is the seat of the 29th Knight of Gliun - Desmond Fitzgerald, who's family have had land here for over 700 years. The castle is now a luxury hotel but the gardens are open to the public. O'Driscoll's Bed & Breakfast was nominee in the 2006 Irish Welcome Awards.
Situated on the shore of the Atlantic, Seashore B&B is a 5 minute drive from Ballybunion’s famous golf club. Rooms at this tranquil location all have private bathrooms and have free Wi-Fi. The Seashore is ideally located to explore the countryside and golf that Clare and Kerry counties have to offer. The Seashore also serves traditional Irish breakfasts.
Awarded Irish Lodge of the Year 2012 and 2013, the 19th Golf lodge is a luxurious, 4-star boutique Lodge located directly opposite Ballybunion's famous golf links. It offers hearty breakfasts and luxury rooms with free Wi-Fi. The lodge has hosted many of the most famous golfing legends, such as Tom Watson, Ian Woosnam, Costantino Rocca, Sam Torrance and many more. 19th Golf Lodge offers elegantly designed rooms and mini suites, all named after famous guests that have frequented the lodge. Rooms offer views of the golf course. Ballybunion Golf Club tee times arranged for guests are subject to availability. Gourmet breakfasts are served in the dining room, which offers panoramic views of the links.
The Tides B&B offers an airport shuttle (available 24 hours) for EUR 160 per vehicle one way. You'll have free perks like WiFi and self parking. There's also a garden, and rooms at this luxurious bed & breakfast offer refrigerators and room service.
Lynch's Townhouse is located in Glin, 28 miles from Limerick and 27 miles from Tralee. Free private parking is available on site. Certain units include a sitting area to relax in after a busy day. A flat-screen TV and DVD player is provided. Guests can enjoy various activities in the area, including horseback riding, windsurfing and fishing. Ennis is 23 miles from Lynch's Townhouse, and Adare is 21 miles away. The nearest airport is Shannon Airport, 17 miles from the property.
Situated near the beach, this bed & breakfast is 1.8 mi (2.9 km) from Carrigaholt Castle and 3 mi (4.9 km) from Leacanabuaile Fort. Nevsail Watersports and Kilkee Waterworld are also within 9 mi (15 km).
Just a short drive from the beach, on the west coast of Ireland, Cashen Course House offers free Wi-Fi and free parking on site. It overlooks Ballybunion’s famous golf course, and breakfast is provided from 06:00 for golfers with an early start. Rooms are traditional in style and feature wooden furnishings, picturesque views, and satellite TV. Each also benefits from an en suite bathroom with a spa bath, free toiletries and a hairdryer. The centre of Ballybunion is 1.2 miles away, and Listowel is a 20-minute drive away. Tralee can be reached in 35 minutes by car.
Adjacent to a golf course, Teach de Broc - Guest House is a great choice for a stay in Ballybunion. Guests looking for a bite to eat can check out Strollers Bistro, which serves local cuisine and is open for breakfast and dinner. A bar/lounge and a garden are offered, and rooms at this upscale guest house get the details right with Egyptian cotton sheets and premium bedding.
When visiting Ballybunion, Harty Costello is a great choice to consider. For a bite to eat, guests can check out Seafood Restaurant, which serves seafood and is open for dinner. There's also a bar/lounge, and rooms at this upscale townhouse offer flat-screen TVs and free WiFi.
On Carrig Island in County Kerry, Castle View House provides comfortable bed and breakfast accommodation facing the 15th-century Carrigafoyle Castle. In scenic surroundings, this welcoming Irish guest house provides free Wi-Fi and on-site parking. Each room has a TV, wardrobe and desk, and an en suite shower room with hairdryer. A full breakfast menu is served, with early breakfast possible. Home-cooked food uses fresh organic produce from the guest house’s vegetable garden, with 4-course evening meals available. On the Wild Atlantic Way touring route, Carrig Island is less than 12.4 miles from Ballybunion, home of the Tinteán Theatre, and Castle View House offers reduced green fees at Ballybunion Golf Club. The larger town of Listowel is around 25 minutes’ drive, and has several restaurants, traditional Irish pubs, a cinema and a range of museums. The Tarbert to Killimer ferry is around 15 minutes' drive away.
Boasting an enviable location by the blue flag Ballybunion beach and the Atlantic Ocean, The Cliff House Hotel offers modern rooms, free Wi-Fi, free parking, a restaurant, and a bar. Each room at The Cliff House features an en suite bathroom with free toiletries, a TV with satellite channels, and tea/coffee making facilities. Many rooms also have panoramic views of the beach and of the ocean. Rooms with balcony are also available. With scenic views, the Cliff Restaurant offers a menu of wholesome Irish food made with locally sourced produce and freshly caught fish and seafood. Situated a 10-minute drive from Ballybunion Golf Course, the hotel also offers easy access to surfing, and swimming pool and gym facilities. The Tarbert Ferry port is 25 minutes’ drive and Kerry Airport is 31.1 miles from the hotel.
With modern, light rooms overlooking the River Shannon, the refurbished Hopper Inn provides free Wi-Fi and free parking. This family-run inn is just 15 minutes’ drive from Ballybunnion. With wooden furnishings, each bright room provides an en suite bathroom with a hairdryer and free toiletries. Rooms also include lovely sea views, a flat-screen TV, and tea/coffee facilities. Hearty breakfasts are available each day, along with an á la carte menu and a traditional Sunday Roast each week. Guests can relax in the traditional bar and enjoy the spacious games room. The Hopper is located on the main Ballybunion to Ballyheigue road, and the famous Ballybunion Golf Club is a 15-minute drive away. Listowel and the N59 road are less than 20 minutes’ drive away.
Featuring rooms with views of the grounds and full Irish breakfasts, the family-run Cill Chiarain Bed & Breakfast is just a short drive from Ballybunion’s famous golf course. Free parking and free Wi-Fi are available. The cozily furnished rooms all offer a private bathroom with a hairdryer and free toiletries. With modern, hardwood floors, each room provides a TV and lovely views. The famous golf course at Ballybunion was once played by former US President Bill Clinton. The center of Ballybunion can be reached in 1 minute by car. Listowel is just a 10 minute drive from Cill Chiarain Bed & Breakfast.
Leens Hotel is located in the Square, Abbeyfeale in the heart of West Limerick. It has been recently refurbished to the highest standard and is under the personal supervision of Maurice and Olive Sheehan. There is a carvery lunch served daily and a wide selection of bar food available throughout the day. There is a very warm atmosphere in the Oak Bar and a very intimate restaurant offering the best in local produce.
Seems like all the money was put into the lobby. Rooms need updating. We had dinner which was pretty good but the buffet breakfast was not as good. Eggs were cold and runny. Despite the lack of help, those there did the best to accommodate your needs.
Pros: Lobby was very nice.
Cons: Noise from the street and a dog that barked continuously while trying to sleep. Having to get log ins for the wifi every 2hours for every iPad or iPhone. Having to go to the bar to find someone to assist you at the reception desk as no one was ever there
When visiting Castleisland, River Island Hotel is a great choice to consider. The pub is a great place to grab a drink, and guests looking for a bite to eat can check out Sliabh Luachra, which serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Pros: Friendly, clean, good beds, excellent cooked-to-order breakfast.
Offering comfortable accommodation in the Irish town of Kilrush, County Clare, Crotty's award-winning Pub & Accommodation boasts free Wi-Fi throughout. Guests can enjoy traditional Irish cuisine, and relax in elegant surroundings, with antique furniture and fine fabrics. Each room is comfortable and cosy, furnished in period style. Rooms all overlook the picturesque town centre, and benefit from a TV, tea and coffee making facilities, and an en suite bathroom. Live music is often played in the bar, which serves a wide range of drinks. Wraps, paninis, sandwiches and light bites are served for lunch. Hearty evening meals are also available, along with roast dinners on Sundays. Guests at Crotty’s can explore the Cliffs of Moher, and take a cruise to see dolphins swimming in the sea. Numerous golf courses are also available nearby.
Cons: Very cold, the heating was turned on after 10pm
Pros: There was good signage from the main road to the B&B.
Cons: We have not stayed in many B&B's in Europe, but this place was not worth the 60 Euros we paid. I will admit we didn't spend much time there, as we arrived at 22:00 and left around 08:00. But nothing we experienced made us want to stick around. It is between 2 tiny, very quiet villages (about 10 min drive to either). House and landscape is plain, has barely an ocean view. The bedroom was plain with cheap furniture, uncomfortable mattress and squeaky bed, tiny shower, towels that looked like my old beach towels, foam mats on the bathroom floor, overall cleanliness was fair. We did not pay or stay for breakfast so cannot comment on that. Owners wanted payment in cash.
When visiting Tarbert, Knights Haven B&B is a great choice to consider. Free WiFi is an added perk, and guests looking to stay active can check out the nearby hiking/biking trails.