Bed & Breakfasts

Below is a listing of some of the Bed & Breakfasts that we at West Ireland Cycling use when creating your cycling vacation tour. If you are creating your own custom tour with us, you are more than welcome to specify the accommodations you want to use from the list below, or you can inform us of a Bed & Breakfast that you may have in mind.

Aran Islands Guest House B&Bs

Tigh Catherine B & B Aran Islands

Nestled within the Village of Mainistir which is fifteen minutes walk from the pier on Inis Mór Island, and on an elevated rise, this bed & breakfast is the perfect spot to capture the spectacular Panoramic views  of the island and the Atlantic Ocean in a peaceful solitude that characterises the Aran Islands. The house is tastefully decorated. Brenda, the Owner is also on hand to provide you with insights into the island and is always glad to help you with your Irish Language. If you wish to experience real island life in rural Ireland, it is here.

Another Bed & Breakfast that we use is run by Catherine and is located at Kilronan, on the largest of the Aran Islands, Inis Mór. Rest assured, you will be well looked after here and the house has lovely comfortable non-smoking en suite rooms to relax in after a day’s sight-seeing on the island.

Carna Guest House B&Bs

Carna B&B Connemara Galway

This Bed & Breakfast is located in Carna Village, in the heart of the Connemara Gaeltacht, and is run by Anne & her lovely family who put emphasis on friendliness and your comfort. Boasting panoramic views of Mynish Island and the Aran Islands at a distance, this B&B is beautifully situated within walking distance of unspoilt sandy beaches, Irish Music Bars and fine Seafood Restaurants.

Clifden Guest House B&BsConnemara Clifden Galway Bed and Breakfast

 

This Bed & Breakfast is owned and run by Kathleen and her husband, who works the farm the house is built on. The Bed & Breakfast is located between the Atlantic Ocean and the Twelve Ben Mountains on the rugged coast of Connemara. It is on a working 40 acre farm with sheep and ponies. It is a particular joy to stay here in the Spring.

This Bed & Breakfast is an Irish Tourist Board Approved Four Star Irish Bed and Breakfast owned and run by John and Sue.  Each room has its own private bathroom and a combination of single and double beds to accommodate families, couples or single guests. All bedrooms have TVs. Light refreshments are available to guests at all times. Wireless internet access is available free of charge throughout the house.

Cong Guest House B&Bs

Cong Bed and Breakfast Co. Mayo

Warm hospitality in a modern country family-run home. Set in a quiet peaceful scenic location with a magnificent view of the Connemara mountains and views of lough Mask from a hill on the farm. It is an ideal base for cyclists touring Mayo and Connemara. The Bed & Breakfast is near Ashford Castle, Cong Abbey, the Equestrian Centre and Lakes Corrib & Mask. It boasts ground floor rooms, Tea/coffee making facilities in bedrooms, guest TV lounge, home baking and quietness is assured.

One of the most central Bed & Breakfasts to tour all of the West of Ireland including Connemara, Galway, Westport, Knock, Achill Island and the Aran Islands. This Bed & Breakfast boasts a hot-tub, sauna and tennis court, which might be just what you need after a day’s cycling.

Doolin Guest House B&Bs

Doolin B&B The Burren, Co. Clare

The owner of this Bed & Breakfast provides a place to stay and rest whilst you cycle around this fascinating region of Ireland. Doolin is considered by many to be the home of traditional Irish music and with the famous pubs, McDermott’s and McGann’s just 2 minutes walk away and O’Connors a mere 10 minutes walk, you could not be closer to the action.

Martin & Joan would be delighted to accommodate you during your stay in Doolin. Their Bed & Breakfast is located in a central, scenic location. Each room has wireless internet access and they also have a strict non-smoking policy for your added comfort.

Galway Guest House B&Bs

Galway City B&B Guest Houses

This B&B is a family run residence where their emphasis is on friendliness and good service. All rooms are en-suite and the owner Frank takes great pride in his home-made bread and homely atmosphere.

This friendly, comfortable B&B is an Irish tourist board approved residence and is just a 12 minutes from Galway City Centre. You friendly hostess Maureen will give you a warm welcome and can help organise your holiday to your requirements.

Kinvara Guest House B&Bs

Kinvara B&B The Burren Co. Galway, Co. Clare

This Bed & Breakfast has spacious en-suite rooms. It is run by Maura and is situated in the picturesque village of Kinvara, County Galway. It overlooks beautiful views of the Burren Mountains. It is an ideal base for touring the Burren, visiting Ailwee Caves or taking a drive to the Cliffs of Moher or Galway city. Dunguaire Castle is a very short cycle away overlooking Galway Bay, where you have the option of enjoying a Medieval Banquet.

This Bed & Breakfast offers traditional farmhouse accommodation in an idyllic rural setting just outside the scenic village of Kinvara, County Galway. The combination of old world charm with all the modern conveniences of a guest house makes any stay here a truly memorable one. Brenda and Michael have built their enviable reputation on providing guests with the warmest of welcomes and an authentic taste of Irish country life.

Lisdoonvarna Guest House B&Bs

This beautiful country guest house in the County of Clare is located in the heart of Lisdoonvarna and is run by Ann & Denis who provide a wonderful service to all of their guests. This home is non-smoking for your comfort and each room is en-suite.

Note: Our mission is to ensure that you have a thoroughly enjoyable cycling vacation.  If, for any reason, you find that the Bed & Breakfasts we use do not live up to the highest of expectations, please let us know by Contacting Us.  We always want to ensure the highest quality standards of our cycling tours, which includes the bed and breakfast accommodations that we use.

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