A cozy B&B on the Wild Atlantic Way


- A few words about our location -

  • Coole Park Home of Lady Gregory.

    Coole Park is a nature reserve of approximately 1,000 acres located a few miles west of Gort, County Galway, Ireland. It is operated by the Irish National Parks & Wildlife Service, part of the Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht.

  • Wild Atlantic Way A journey of discovery.

    Experience one of the wildest, most enchanting and culturally rich coastal touring routes in the world. Wherever you travel along the Wild Atlantic Way you’ll find magic, adventure, history and beauty in abundance. Start exploring now.

  • Thoor Ballylee Former home of W.B. Yeats.

    This Norman tower and adjoining cottages has been tastefully restored. The vantage point from the top of the tower house offers stunning views of the south Galway area stretching over to the Burren.

  • Galway City The Graveyard of Ambition.

    Galway, a harbour city on Ireland’s west coast, sits where the River Corrib meets the Atlantic. The city’s hub is 18th-century Eyre Square, a popular meeting spot surrounded by shops, and traditional pubs that often offer live Irish folk music.

  • The Burren Karst in Republic of Ireland.

    The Burren is a karst landscape in County Clare, Ireland. It measures approximately 250 square kilometres and is enclosed roughly within the circle made by the villages of Ballyvaughan, Kinvara.


  • Dunguaire Castle A Medieval Curiosity.

    Dunguaire Castle is a 16th-century tower house on the southeastern shore of Galway Bay in County Galway, Ireland, near Kinvarra. The name derives from the Dun of King Guaire, the legendary king of Connacht.


Your Accommodation

At Conneelys Bed & Breakfast we pride ourselves by ensuring your stay with us is relaxing and comfortable.

We have a number of luxurious rooms for your sleeping comfort.

We have double, twin and family suites available. Each room is en suite, spotlessly clean and tastefully decorated. All linen is freshly pressed and we provide complimentary toiletries and towels.

We are conveniently located close to many amenities, scenic locations and fine restaurants and can provide you with the benefit of our extensive local knowledge when it comes to finding those “off the beaten track” beauty spots.

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Facilities include:

  • Secure off road parking
  • Free WIFI
  • Multichannel T.V
  • Tea/Coffee/ Snacks available 24/7
  • Hairdryer in all rooms
  • Iron/ironing board available on request
  • Central heating
  • Cot and high chair available
  • Trips to anywhere can be arranged
  • Medieval Banquet in Dun Guaire Castle  can be  booked
  • Bike Hire, Horse Riding, Seaweed Baths, can be organised



- A little bit about our rooms -

  • Double Room

  • Double Room

70Per Room

Double Rooms

Our Double Rooms are airy and spacious with plenty of storage for the heavy packer. Our double beds are luxurious with fresh Egyptian cotton sheets and both rooms look out onto the rolling fields of Burren hills.

All of our rooms are en-suite complete with toiletries and fresh towels. There is always hot water and our power showers always deliver the goods. So if you’re washing away the grime of a Pony Trek or just want to soak in the heat of a watery cascade we think you’ll be satisfied.

  • Twin Room

  • Twin Room

70Per Room

Twin Room

Our Twin Rooms are bright, airy spaces that catch the Burren light through the windows on a sunny day. Both rooms are en-suite with ample hot water and very powerful showers to wash away the fatigue after a day walking on the beaches or hiking in the Burren hills.

  • Single Person Room

45Per Night

Solo Traveller

Travelling alone? No problem. We offer our usual high standard of accommodation along with our spectacular breakfast menu at a reduced rate.

We will probably try to make friends with you though, so please let us know if you don’t want to make new friends. 🙂



- Something for everyone, right on your doorstep -


Get in Touch

- Give us a call and start planning your visit to Kinvara -

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  • We spent a week traveling around Ireland and stayed in a different B&B each night. Conneely’s was, by far, the best. First of all, it was so easy to find. Some of the B&Bs we stayed in were difficult to locate, but Conneely’s was, refreshingly, directly on the road into town. The room was immaculate, comfortable, and spacious. We had a nice, big, bedroom with a lovely, roomy, bathroom complete with a hot shower. The owners are friendly and helpful. Mrs. Conneely served us a wonderful breakfast before we were on our way in the morning. I would recommend Conneely’s to anyone traveling in Ireland. It is an absolute gem.

    by HP McSwiggins - Boston, MA
  • Les chambres, qui donnent sur l’arrière, sont très calmes bien que le B&B soit situé sur une route passante. C’est propre, l’accueil est très agréable, le petit-déjeuner impeccable. Une grande salle est à la disposition des guests avec TV satellite, canapés, tables et tout ce qui faut pour ce faire thé, café, … La déco des chambres est un peu datée (meubles en pin) mais en bon état. Les enfants apprécieront le gros gentil chien (Harry). Un conseil : si vous réservez longtemps à l’avance (10 mois pour nous), confirmez la résa avec l’hôtesse, qui pour nous avait oublié de la noter. Heureusement qu’elle avait de la dispo …

    by Matthieu G - Pessac, France
  • My husband and I really enjoyed our stay at Conneely’s B&B. We were warmly greeted by the owners’ daughter who handled every aspect of our stay with confidence and efficiency. We enjoyed the very comfortable atmosphere, and the breakfast omelette was delicious. Loved Harry!!

    by April
  • This was the best B&B we stayed in on our whole trip. The room was spacey, the breakfast was lovely and everything was layed out very generously. We loved the huge livingroom for the guests with facilities to make tea or coffee, get fruit or cake and sit around and meet the other guests. The host is very pleasant, caring and well organised. PERFECT!!!

    by Benedicta K - Dresden, Sachsen, Germany
  • My wife and 2 sons stayed at the Coneeley’s B&B for 2 nights. We used this as a base for visiting Galway. Kinvara is a nice small village 1/2 hour south of Galway with enough good pubs and restaurants. We were very pleased with the accommodations. The rooms were clean and comfortable and the breakfast was excellent. The best part of the stay was conversing with Sheila. She is quite knowledgeable about what is going on locally and abroad. We were able to use the bus into Galway with out any issues based on her instructions. We would stay again.

    by Caomhin C - Amesbury, Massachusetts
  • Conneely’s B&B in Kinvara, Galway is a perfectly located mid-way between Shannon airport and the Cliffs of Moher. In fact, you drive right by it on your way to the Cliffs. The hospitality that you will receive here is outstanding and the accomodations are very comfortable and inviting. Sheila cooks an Irish breakfast that is second to none and she and John are both very wonderful and engaging people. Would highly recommend to anyone that wants to experience authentic Irish hospitality! Staying with the Conneely’s was one of the highlights of our trip!

    by Maureen Reese - Atlanta, Georgia