The price is €105 per night from 29 May to 30 May€105
29 May - 30 May
3.7/5 Good! (230 reviews)
"Loved the location for being right in the middle of everything. Room, public areas of the hotel including breakfast area were all clean and spacious. Our room was at the front of hotel and directly above the bar patio. You can definitely hear the bar noise but we were fully aware of this and brought ..."
"Anne is a wonderful host who really wants you to get the most out of your visit to Killaloe/Ballina. As soon as she heard that I was researching my ancestry in the area, she put me in touch with a local lady that may be able to give me some answers. The house is beautiful. Parking is great and the ..."
Glen of Aherlow, Tipperary, County Tipperary, E34 DF43
The price is €100 per night from 3 Jun to 4 Jun€100
3 Jun - 4 Jun
4.9/5 Exceptional! (45 reviews)
"Mary was an amazing host. The room was cozy with a comfy bed. The property is in a country setting and very picturesque. We also ate dinner at their restaurant. The food was amazing. As was a breakfast the next day. Highly recommend both the B&B and the restaurant."
"This is a nice, quaint B&B in the small town of Adare. The couple is a great set of hosts & their home/grounds are beautiful! The beds are a little uncomfortable and the bathroom is tight as far as space is concerned, but this is a great, safe budget-option if you are passing through Adare."
Castleroy Park Hotel, Dublin Road, Limerick, Limerick, V94 KW28
The price is €146 per night from 30 May to 31 May€146
30 May - 31 May
4.7/5 Exceptional! (188 reviews)
"Although the front desk person was friendly he didn't mention that our Suite--which required a walk across from the main hotel, was on the second floor of a building without an elevator. There was no offer to carry our heavy luggage up the stairs. It was an unpleasant start and surprisingly for a ..."
The price is €125 per night from 1 Jun to 2 Jun€125
1 Jun - 2 Jun
5/5 Exceptional! (1 review)
"Just fabulous!! Set in amazing scenery, so tranquil. The pod was spotless, kitchenette had everything you could need for a stay...bed was really comfy too! The host Aine, was so lovely & really helpful!! Will DEFINITELY be back!!"
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Frequently asked questions
Whether you’re on a romantic holiday and are looking to stay somewhere quiet, or you’re a solo traveller hoping to get some tips from locals, a B&B can be a good choice for many different types of travellers. If you’re interested in playing some golf on your trip, Limerick County Golf and Country Club is a good spot to get in a game.
Every B&B has a unique charm – whether it’s a garden for guests to admire or a sunlit breakfast nook, the small details are what make bed and breakfasts a fun place to get away.
Here are some B&Bs in the surrounding area: Ash Hill B&B: 2.5 stars, 7 rooms. 14 mi (22.5 km) from the heart of Ballyneety. Enjoy the library and patio area. The Old Quarter Townhouse: 4 stars. 5.6 mi (9.1 km) from the city centre. Enjoy the in-room dining and patio area. Blossom Hill Bed and Breakfast: 3.5 stars, 4 rooms. Situated 14.8 mi (23.9 km) from the heart of Ballyneety. Enjoy the free cooked breakfast and fireplace in reception. Whitethorn Lodge: 4 stars, 4 rooms. 16 mi (25.8 km) from the city centre. Enjoy the free full breakfast and patio area.
When you’re planning your trip to Ballyneety, make sure that you take the year-round temperatures into account. The hottest months are usually July and August, with an average temperature of 15°C, while the coldest months are January and February, with an average of 6°C. Average annual precipitation for Ballyneety is 926 mm.
If you want to see some popular attractions in Ballyneety, you might enjoy a visit to Limerick County Golf and Country Club. You might also consider a trip to sites such as Childers Road Retail Park or Roxboro Shopping Centre if you have time to see more of the area.
You can map out your trip in and around Ballyneety ahead of time with these transportation options. Fly into Shannon (SNN), which is located 16.9 mi (27.2 km) from the heart of the city. If you’d like to explore around the area, you may want to rent a car for your trip.
expedia verified reviews
"Davesh and the dining room/pub employees are excellent. Excellent service and food! "
A verified traveller from Steamboat Springs stayed at Park Inn by Radisson Shannon Airport
"My stay at the Courtyard B&B was amazing. The host Joe was very kind, caring, and friendly. He went above and beyond. The room was quiet, clean and comfy. The main sitting area was very comfy and inviting. The breakfast was delicous with many options. I would highly recommend staying here! "
"Fantastic Hotel, food at the bar/resturant is spot on. Area around the hotel is a little rough around the edges, but it is located near some good places to eat out and within a short walk of the main town and other venues."
A verified traveller stayed at Absolute Hotel Limerick
"This is a very large, busy and obviously popular hotel with close proximity to the Universal of Limerick. Spacious main floor has extensive seating areas with lounge, bar, restaurant and convention area. Staff was friendly and plentiful. It was very special to find a beautiful plate of chocolate and fruit patisseries on arrival to our room. The restaurant was fine, serving a full hot breakfast, but if you don't get there early enough your yogurt and pastry selection suffers. (Busy place!) They assigned us a wheelchair accessible room which gave me extra space for hanging clothes overnight that didn't dry in the single tiny washer/dryer machine that we had free access to. Bed was older and mattress firm but comfortable enough. Our room was nice and quite (except for other guests' noisy talking in the hallway). After 2 weeks traveling throughout Ireland we wanted to do laundry and had limited time. I was disappointed to find one small washer/dryer machine that staff already had towels going through. I found a seat to park in and wait my turn. Took forever and as I had little enough time, plus unfamiliarity with other area choices, was frustrating. (My cell phone died, limiting my situation greatly). But it was free to use, while the store across parking lot sold the detergent I bought for 5 euros. I would stay here again, the wiser."
A verified traveller stayed at Castletroy Park Hotel