Linsfort Guest House B&B
AddressMain Street BoyleSee nearby area
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Description provided by property
Right in the pretty town of Boyle, this B&B offers free unlimited high speed WiFi and an exclusive guest lounge with 'smart' TV and Blu-Ray player. There is no charge for parking on street or in public car parks in Boyle.
Warm and traditionally furnished, the en-suite bedrooms at Linsfort Guest House all offer complimentary tea and coffee facilities, as well as chilled bottled water. Guests can make use of ironing facilities and a hairdryer is available in each bedroom.
Made fresh with local produce, breakfast is served every morning with hearty, traditional breakfasts available as well as cereals and porridge.
Boyle Railway Station is a 5-minute walk away, while the stop for the Bus Eireann Expressway which connects Sligo with Dublin City & Airport is just a 2 minute walk. There are also many pubs & restaurants within close walking distance in the town centre.
Boyle riverside is a minute's walk away, while Lough Key Forest Park is just 4 miles away & features the Zip It treetop adventure course and Boda Borg, the Swedish indoor labyrinth with over 47 puzzle rooms, as well as forest trails and beautiful gardens.
Services & facilities
- Non-smoking throughout
- Non-smoking rooms
Bureau de Change/ATM
- ATM/cash machine on site
- Free WiFi
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