Tig An Rince is in the village of Dungeagan, Ballinskelligs, just a 10-minute walk from a Blue Flag beach. It offers rooms with countryside views, free Wi-Fi and home-cooked breakfasts. Bedrooms at Tig An Rince have beautiful wooden floors and are decorated in light shades. They feature satellite TVs, comfortable armchairs and work desks. Bathrooms include power showers and free toiletries. Using locally sourced produce, traditional cooked Irish breakfasts are served each morning in the dining room. Continental options, omelettes and homemade scones are also on the menu, whilst speciality dietary requirements can be catered for. The local pub is just a 5-minute walk away and the Ring of Kerry is within a 10-minute drive. Beautiful walking routes surround the B&B and free parking is available at Tig An Rince. Trips to the Skelligs can be arranged with the hotel.
Guests at this 4-star B&B can watch the waves break spectacularly along the secluded beach, just 66 feet from the building. It boasts magnificent views of Skellig Rock, free Wi-Fi throughout, and free parking on site. Trips to Skellig Rock can be arranged at the local pier at Portmagee. There are a wide range of scenic walking routes nearby, and Skelligs Chocolate Company, where you can try delicious handmade chocolate and treats, is just 657 feet from Beachcove B&B. Rooms at Beachcove have simple, elegant décor and traditional wooden furnishings. Each benefits from a flat-screen cable TV, tea and coffee making facilities, and an en suite bathroom with free toiletries. Pancakes, fresh fruit, local smoked salmon and full cooked options feature on the extensive breakfast menu. Lighter options like cereal, porridge, yoghurt and cheese are also available, along with French toast and freshly baked bread.
Overlooking Ballinskelligs Bay, Skellig Hostel and Lodge is a modern, yet traditional hostel with fresh, bright bedrooms and internet access and a car park. Skellig Hostel and Lodge is warm, spacious and has 2 self-catering kitchens, 2 dining rooms, a TV lounge and private gardens. The hostel is just off the Skellig Ring,and there are wonderful walks and Blue Flag beaches close by.
Pros: Great choice for Breakfast. Comfortable beds and great night sleep .Friendly host.
Pros: Breda, the owner, was lovely and accomodating,
Cons: Our stay was to be for three nights. The first night we had a small room w/single & double bed. We changed our plans to two nights. The second night was find staying in the room we would of stayed for three nights. the name of the b & b would lead you to believe you were on the golf course, not so. We stayed in a number of places during our trip and thought overall it was overpriced.
Pros: We stayed for 2 nites during the bh week end - Warm welcome from Breda, the owner. She also gave us plenty of advise on where to go and what to see/visit - The room (No 6) was spotless, King size bed ! Breakfast was excellent with plenty of choice. Seriously I can't find anything to complain about !
Pros: the freindlyness of the staff and the views
Pros: Owners of B&B are very nice & friendly people. Room was very clean & comfortable. Very nice breakfast.
Pros: B & B was great! Fantastic service and rooms. You are made to feel right at home on arrival. We enjoyed our stay very much and can't wait to go back.
Pros: Nice family type superior guest house. Excellent value for the area.
Pros: The hosts were quite friendly and helpful. The house was extremely cosy, with a crackling fire and a beautiful sun room. Breakfast was very good. The location is fairly quiet; close to the ocean and in a great spot to pause for the night on your tour of the Ring of Kerry.
Pros: The Location,
Cons: Dirtyness, poor breakfest, price for the value
Cons: the fact that on arrival we had to pay more that it was stated on the website. also breakfast that was supposed to be included was in fact not. they said it was supposed to be continental (which was not stated) but all you could get free was cornflakes.
In picturesque Ballinskelligs, the 19th-century Old School House B&B is nestled between sandy beaches and stunning mountains on the Wild Atlantic Way. This guest house serves home cooked breakfasts, which are prepared using fresh, local ingredients. This bed and breakfast provides bright, traditional rooms each featuring a TV, ironing facilities, free tea and coffee and a private bathroom. Some rooms also boast beautiful mountain and bay views. Traditional Irish breakfasts are served each morning, including home-made bread, pancakes, Irish smoked salmon and local free range eggs and milk. There is a guest lounge with an open fire and a TV. Evening meals can also be enjoyed upon prior arrangement. Ballinskelligs Abbey, built in the 9th-century, is just a few minutes’ drive away. The local coastline is less than a kilometer away and perfect for walks, whilst the owners can help plan boat trips or suggest other local attractions. The area is ideal for kayaking, canoeing, rock climbing, abseiling, golfing or horse riding. The area is known for its clear, dark skies, ideal for stargazing. Local attractions include the Ring of Kerry, and the property can arrange boat trips to Skellig Michael.