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Rooms at Buille Toll Bed and Breakfast

Our home in Ballinamore is a purpose built Bed & Breakfast accommodation with all our rooms having en-suite bathrooms with power showers and complementary toiletries. Our rooms feature orthopaedic beds, television and tea / coffee making facilities and all are individually themed, each having a special meaning to our family.

The Honeymoon Suite

Pamper your loved one on that special occasion in a unique honeymoon suite, complete with American sized four poster bed. Begin your honeymoon on a high note with a stay here or make that anniversary one to remember. The bathroom has his and hers bath robes and slippers. Complimentary chocolates and fruit are provided for all couples celebrating a special occasion.

The Lannanaria Room

This large spacious farmhouse themed room is an ideal family room with a king-size bed, two single beds and a cot for the baby. It also works great for three single guests. The room is named after Gene’s family, the McManus’s. This en-suite bathroom also boasts a bathtub.

The Kirby Suite

The Kirby suite is a large room with a King-size bed and a single bed. This room is named for Janettes mother’s family, The Kirbys. The Kirbys reared horses and greyhounds and this room reflects their great love of these animals. This en-suite bathroom also boasts a power shower and complementary toiletries.

The Aunt Kitty Suite

The Auntie Kitty Suite is named after Janette’s Godmother. This twin room is a bright, warm place and reflects the personality of Auntie Kitty and the Harte family. This en-suite bathroom also boasts a power shower and complementary toiletries.


Our dining room serves as a place to eat, but it’s also comfortable enough to allow guests to enjoy their breakfast at their leisure, socialising with the other guests and our family or just a quiet time to themselves. We happily cater for special dietary requirements provided we are advised in advance.

The Parlour

Our guest sitting room is available for you to enjoy some light reading with books of local history and writers, such as John McGahern and Seamus O’Rourke. You can play a little chess, a card game or just sit and relax with a cuppa.