The Wild Atlantic Way and the Causeway Coastal Route provide the visitor to Ireland not only with the stunning scenery of the northern & western Irish coastline but a taste of the culture that makes Ireland so popular with tourists worldwide. The route from Belfast in Northern Ireland to Kinsale in County Cork takes you through some of Ireland's and Europe's most remote and unspoilt regions - There are few hotels on the Wild Atlantic Way but a selection of B&B Accommodations and rooms with Bed for the Night.
If you are travelling by car on a self-drive holiday, you'll find accommodation for the trip with our network of 242 B&Bs that exist along the route. Staying at an Irish Bed and Breakfast (B&B) or Family Home is part of the experience of visiting Ireland. It brings you closer to the people, their culture, traditions and the genuine Irish hospitality. CLICK any County on the map to list members of the Irish B&Bs Owners Association. You can book directly with each B&B from this website, and you may even find a 'last minute deal' or special offer that coincides with your itinerary - look at the top of page listing B&Bs. Large Map of the Wild Atlantic Way and Causeway Coastal Route