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26 Bed & Breakfasts in Dingle, Ireland
Dingle B&B: Dormer bungalow overlooking Dingle Town. Warm comfortable and friendly family run home. Situated on the scenic Connor Pass Route. All rooms have private bathrooms, televisions, electric blankets, orthopaedic beds and hairdryers. Local amenities include Slea Head Drive, Blasket Islands, pony trekking, angling and boat trips to Fungi the dolphin. Complimentary Tea/Coffee and home baking on arrival. Just 10 minutes walk or 2 minutes drive from the town centre.The PubSituated in town, O'Flahertys Bar(the centre picture below) provides a meeting place for locals and visitors alike. Here you will find a comfortable bar to relax in, traditional Irish music sessions, interesting conversations and great craic.
Dingle B&B: Our renowned family-run guesthouse is located just 1 minutes' walk from the heart of Dingle Town. As part of the Wild Atlantic Way and with some of the most magnificent scenery in Ireland, the Dingle Peninsula offers a wonderful range of things to do making it the destination to visit as Ireland's most westerly Peninsula. We have 12 rooms for you to choose from. Our choice includes a selection of double, twin or family rooms with a double and single bed. All are ensuite and are traditionally stylish and comfortable. We have ground floor bedrooms and there is ample private car parking for all our guests.
Annascaul House is a family run Bed and Breakfast situated in the heart of Annascaul village, nestled along the Wild Atlantic Way and only 15 minutes away from Dingle. A popular choice not only with hikers, but also families who wish to explore the beautiful Dingle Peninsula. With many of our guests returning on a regular basis, we always make sure that each stay with Annascaul House B&B is a memorable and enjoyable experience. Our beautiful accommodation consists of four en suite bedrooms, a dining room and a lounge. A private car parking is available at the front of the house. On a sunny day our guests can also enjoy a private garden. Annascaul village is home to famous Irish sculptor Jerome Connor and Antarctic Explorer Tom Crean. Whether you want to explore an abundance of local hiking trails, visit Dingle, or just relax on Inch beach, you are sure to find Annascaul House your perfect accommodation choice.
A sixth generation working farm nestling at the foot of the Slieve Mish Mountains on the Dingle Peninsula. The farmhouse is ideally located on the Wild Atlantic Way for touring the Dingle Peninsula and the Ring of Kerry, as Castlemaine village is the gateway between both areas. This traditional and comfortable farmhouse is renowned for its friendly welcome and excellent cuisine providing an extensive breakfast menu to choose from which will satisfy the most discerning of food lovers. All bedrooms have en suite facilities, king size beds, electric blankets, television and tea & coffee. For the golfing enthusiast Murphy's Farmhouse is ideally located as it is within a 30 minute drive from the following world renowned golf courses, Killarney, Ballybunion, Barrow, Dooks and Killorglin. Walking is another activity that the area is proud to offer, Murphy's Farmhouse is perfectly situated for the Kerry Way and the Dingle Way walking routes. Inch beach is 15 minutes drive where surfing is available.
Dingle B&B: Seaside traditional stone cottage located along the beautiful shores of Dingle Bay. Cosy, quiet, safe retreat in the town two streets away from gourmet restaurants, traditional pubs, craft shops, art galleries, harbour tours and Ocean World. We provide Wifi internet access from bedrooms. If you are looking for self catering.
Beenoskee B&B accommodation is rated 5 stars by the B&B Owners Association. It is situated on the Dingle Peninsula at Castlegregory, with breathtaking views of Brandon Bay Beach (Irelands longest sandy unspoilt beach) which is within walking distance. You can see and hear the sound of the Atlantic waves. Beenoskee B&B offers extensive breakfast menu, local organic produce where possible. Special diets including Coeliac & Vegetarian catered for. Enjoy spectacular views of Mount Brandon (second highest mountain in Ireland), Islands, lake and the impressive panorama of the scenic countryside. The picturesque Beenoskee mountain is to the back of our house All ensuite rooms are individually tastefully decorated with quality furnishings, bright modern decor, fine wood, coordinating fabrics. Each room has tea/coffee facilities, TV, orthopaedic beds, hair dryers and many extras. Please Note: We do not have wheelchair access. WE ONLY ACCEPT PAYMENT IN CASH. Maybe you prefer the freedom of a self-catering holiday. Our holiday home, The Wild Atlantic Way cottage, offers 3 double rooms for up to 6 people. For details call Mary on +353 (0) 66 7139263 Recommended by the following guides Le Guide du Routard, Michael Muller Verlag Irland, Drotamundos, Irlande, Fran & Frank O Sullivans Guide to Ireland & Trotter Local Amenities: Surfing, scuba diving, fishing, water sports, horse riding, golf tranquil walks, mountain climbing, archaeological sites, shops, restaurants, pubs and traditional music locally.
Dingle B&B: In the heart of Dingle town, Archway Lodge is a modern, beautifully decorated and well-maintained bed and breakfast. All the bedrooms are en suite with a shower, television, hairdryer and tea and coffee making facilities.It is an excellent base for touring the dramatic and wild Dingle Peninsula with its cliffs, long sandy beaches, sea and bird life. There are good surfing beaches on the north and west coasts as well as other water sports available.Some of the local attractions include Irelands second highest mountain (Mount Brandon), Fungi the famous local dolphin, the Blasket Islands, and the Dingle Aquarium.For the active there is the Dingle Way(a 179km walking trail), a leisure centre, bowling alley, golf, horse riding and mountain walking.Dingle offers fine restaurants(all offering fish landed in Dingle harbour), traditional Irish music evenings in many pubs, gift shops and art galleries selling paintings and sculptures by local artists. Dingle - what more could you ask, the perfect holiday destination.
Valerie & Anthony Sheehy invite you to Lurraga House. This friendly home on the Dingle Peninsula has splendid views of the Kerry Mountains & Tralee Bay. Rooms come equipped with TV, Wifi Internet, hairdryers & Tea/Coffee facilities. Ensuite with power showers and complimentary toiletries for your convenience. In the morning, chose from our menu in the sunny breakfast room. Relax in our sun lounge while planning your days activities. Enjoy a game of pool or enjoy the peaceful surroundings in our garden with ample seating after a busy day touring. We are a stop in Camp for the tired walkers who walk the famous Dingle Way, and we can arrange to transport the luggage to the next B&B. We also do packed lunches.
Dingle B&B: Cead Mile Failte. An Dooneen is a beautiful 3 star B&B established in 1958 in the picturesque village of Kilcooley, in the heart of the Gaeltacht area. Located at the foot of Mount Brandon and Carraig Hill, An Dooneen has stunning views of Smerwick Harbour and The Three Sisters. The rooms at An Dooneen are all en suite and spacious throughout. Guests are treated to a hearty breakfast from a varied menu including traditional home baked brown breads and scones. Guests are invited to use the cosy sitting room to make tea or coffee at any time. There are two restaurants within walking distance of the house and a choice of four local pubs where good food and drink can be enjoyed with traditional music and craic.
Castle House is a FIVE STAR B&B set in eleven acres of farmland and situated on the edge of Castlegregory Village. The house is just a short distance away from the beach. The Dingle Way passes the boundary of the garden. There is a large garden area where residents can enjoy the farm atmosphere. Hostess, Sheila, was the winner of the 'Calor Housewife of the Year'. in 1983. She was four times winner of the 'Irish Welcome Award'. Bedroom Facilities include TV, hairdryer, bathroom toiletries and information folder. Credit Cards and Vouchers not accepted. Breakfast: Choices of fresh juices, cereals and fresh fruit / Full Irish breakfast / Porridge with a choice of toppings / Pancakes with maple syrup and fresh fruit / Omelets made to order / scrambled egg with smoked salmon / vegetarian options available / tea, coffee, hot chocolate
Dingle B&B: We are located 8km west of Dingle town in the parish of Ventry All our 6 rooms are ensuite with tea/coffee making facilities, tv, electric blankets, hairdryers, central heating, clock/radios in every room. All rooms have a sea view. Private parking. Wifi is available. Garden with seating. Guest sitting room. Spacious dining area.Extensive breakfast menu.Complimentary tea/coffee for guests on arrival
Dingle B&B: The Lantern B&B Dingle is run by Anne-Marie Keane and is a warm and welcoming traditional bed and breakfast in the heart of Dingle town. Our Dingle accommodation comprises eight en suite rooms, with a ground floor bedroom for guests who may have difficulty with the stairs. Our priority is to make you feel welcome and comfortable in a clean and cosy environment in the centre of Dingle town. For those who are staying more than one night, we provide new luxury fresh bath and face towels daily. We also provide a daily bed "make up" service. All rooms are tastefully decorated with linen that is crisp, white and of the finest quality. Anne-Marie is willing to spend time with you giving you maps and tips on the best places to visit on the Peninsula. A scrumptious breakfast in our quaint dining room - consisting of Belgian Waffles served with strawberries, blueberries, maple syrup and creme fraiche, poached eggs on toast, smoked salmon scrambled eggs - all cooked to order! and of course our buffet table laden with delicious choices including muesli, granola, Greek yoghurt and honey, fruits, grapefruit segments, homemade brown bread, fruit juices, salamis, ham, a variety of tasty cheeses... and more! The Dingle Peninsula is one of the richest areas in archaeological remains on the West Coast of Europe. The Dingle Peninsula and in particular Slea Head drive provide some of the most beautiful scenic areas in the world. A haven for walkers and popular with cyclists, horse riders and golfers, the scenery is truly unique. The love of our native tongue, Gaeilge is very evident here. We have a great pride in our culture, traditions and heritage and are eager to welcome and introduce our visitors to this. We have over the years attracted many artists and crafts people from all over the globe. World renowned potters, weavers, painters and writers have made this area their home. So be warned, you may come here to Dingle for a holiday and never leave! Popular activities available from Dingle Slea Head drive - scenic beauty Dolphin watching or swimming with Fungi the Dingle Dolphin Horse riding on the beach or through the mountains Fishing Blasket Island boat tours Music and Irish culture Cycling or car touring around country lanes Archaeological tours Scuba diving