The Stone House B&B
A real home from home - family run B&B with just 4 rooms and we pride ourselves on attention to detail, home baking and helping our guests make plans for dining, local activities, places to visit and routes onwards. Breakfast – no less than 8 choices including vegan, vegetarian, fish or the traditional Irish fry (grilled), pancakes as well as gluten-free, wheat-free and dairy-free options upon request. Located in the centre of the village with off-street parking (opposite the pool).
The B&B is open year-round and rates No 1 on Trip Advisor for the past few years receiving their Excellence Award for 2014 and 2015. We have a laptop as well as maps (walking / touring) and reference books for you to use whilst staying with us and there’s a great selection of herbal, fruit and standard teas and “proper” coffee for you to enjoy in your room. The lounge and dining area look out onto the front lawn with large windows from floor to ceiling with a mix of antique furniture such as the large dining table that seats 10 people. Flat-screen tv and indoor games/books (lounge closes at 8pm) and outdoor seating in the garden as well as some outdoor games. Opposite the Stone House B&B is the "Wild Atlantic Pool" with heated indoor pool 16.5 mtr length, jaccuzi, steamroom and sauna plus a modern gym.
The Stone House B&B is located on a quiet street within the centre of the village that loops round to the harbour, the RNLI lifeboat station and just 4 minutes' walk to the village square with shop, galleries, gardens, cafe, ferries to the islands (Sherkin, Cape & Heir) as well as pubs, restaurants, pool and children's playground. The area is popular with tourists for it's beautiful sea / landscapes, whale & dolphin trips, walking, cycling, island hopping, sandy beaches, diving & snorkelling.
Baltimore is an ideal location for a weekend visit or week's holiday, particularly when you don't want the hassle of cooking meals but still enjoy a home from home atmosphere.The area is great for water enthusiasts (sailing, diving, snorkelling, whale watching, kayaking, eco trips, fast rhib boat tours and island hopping) as well as those seeking tranquillity and walking, beaches, art galleries, farmers’ markets, music sessions and a good selection of restaurants and pubs. In the garden are some outdoor games whilst indoors you are free to enjoy puzzles and board games or cards but you may not have time for all this during the summer months when there is so much going on in the area including festivals in Baltimore and surrounding villages.