Castlemaine: Just a short drive north from Killorglin on the Wild Atlantic Way is the town of Castlemaine. The town takes its name from a castle that stood on the old bridge over the River Maine. Although the town has an important history it was put on the map by a song called 'The Wild Colonial Boy', the words There was a wild colonial boy, Jack Duggan was his name, He was born and bred in Ireland in a place called Castlemaine. We have 1 members in and around Castlemaine with rooms starting at €70 per night. Please book directly through this website to miss out the middlemen and reduce B&B Owners costs.
Brigadoon House is situated on the Dingle Peninsular, overlooked by the Sleive Mish mountain on one side and the highest mountains in Ireland, the McGuillicuddy Reeks, on the other side. Separated by the estuary on which Inch beach lies 10 minutes away. This beautiful location is central to Killarney, Tralee and Dingle with the Ring of Kerry a short drive away. We are also home to a multitude of world class golf courses. Beautiful scenery, pleasant surroundings and luxury accommodation. Our rooms can cater couples to families, to large groups. Our family rooms have a double bed and 2 singles bed with the option of an additional bed. All our rooms are en suite featuring a power shower in each bathroom, complimentary toiletries and towels. Rooms are serviced daily and fresh towels are provided each day. We have tea and coffee making facilities in each room, with hot chocolate and biscuits for the children! All rooms have a flat screen TV and complimentary wifi throughout the house. Each room has a French door leading to the gardens where tables and chairs are provided for you to relax and unwind in the evenings. Breakfast is served each morning with a wide selection of items from a full Irish breakfast to a fresh fruit smoothie, homemade scones and soda bread. We endeavour to make you feel welcome and we aim to give you a home from home, where you can relax, recharge and feel refreshed.
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