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Southern Sun B & B is beautifully situated on the main ring of Kerry road only a five minute walk to the Town Centre and to the birth place of Daniel O Connell. This is a family run business where you will certainly receive a warm welcome and a lovely freshly cooked breakfast. Skellig Michael trips are organised free of charge.
Ballyraine Guesthouse is located on the R245 just 15 minutes walk from the town centre. With many local nightclubs, pubs, restaurants and theatre, our Guesthouse offers the ideal base for the visitor wishing to tour the North West. Choose from our breakfast menu and enjoy a Light Continental or a Full Irish Breakfast. Our central location and ample private parking makes Ballyraine Guesthouse your
Sheehy's Dingle Bed and Breakfast is a dormer bungalow, with ground floor rooms on the Cuas-Feoghanach road, 1 km from dingle town. Here you will receive a warm welcome, A choice of breakfast, home baking, local eggs, and locally smoked salmon. All bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms with television and are furnished to a high standard. We are Irish Tourist Board approved. Enjoy a lovely walk along the sea shore to the quaint fishing town of Dingle, where you can dine in gourmet restaurants or in the local pubs where you will also hear good traditional music. Our home is ideal for touring the Dingle Peninsula. Close by you may enjoy pitch and putt, horse riding, and " Play at Heights"
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.
Teac Seain is a family run Bar and B&B situated in Annascaul village, a peaceful tranquil area with beautiful walks and scenery to admire. A dream come true for the serious walker as Annascaul takes in the Dingle Way walkers route. Inch beach which is approx 6km from Teac Seain is ideal for surfers and swimmers alike. A popular spot for gliders also. The beach is approx three and a half miles long. Annascaul lake which is approx two and a half miles from the village is a beautiful place for a fishing/ picnic day out. Annacsaul is also well known for it's two famous sons; Tom Crean - Antartic Explorer and Jerome O Connor - renowned sculptor. Teac Seain's bar has a cosy atmosphere where you are met with a warm welcome, and to relax with a beverage of your choice. Our aim in Teac Seain Bed and Breakfast is to make your stay as comfortable as possible and hope you leave with happy memories Slan go foill.
Nestled within Yeats Country, Ocean Heights B&B overlooks the Atlantic Ocean and Innismurray Island along the Wild Atlantic Way. It is only 5 minutes' drive from the historic Lissadell House and Gardens. The family-run Ocean Heights B&B offers rooms with attractive decoration. Just 2 minutes walk away is Cloonagh beach where you can enjoy a lovely coastal stroll; stopping to take in the panoramic views along the way, before returning to relax in our beautiful garden.
Failte Ireland 4 Star Rated architect designed, country setting off Dingle Road (N86). Tralee 2 minutes drive, TV, Hairdryers, Power Showers, Michelin Guide recommended. Kerry Airport 20 minutes drive, close to Brandon Conference Centre. Breakfast Menu: Choice of Juice, Grapefruit, Fresh Fruit, Prunes, Yoghurt & Cheese Cereal: Alpen, Cornflakes, Bran or Porridge Bacon, Sausage, Tomato, Homemade Black Pudding Eggs: Fried, Scrambled, Poached or Boiled Tea/Coffee Homemade Brown Bread and Toast, Jams and Honey Also Available: Kippers served with Brown Bread Eggs Benedict, Scrambled Egg & Smoked Salmon
Ideally located 4 minutes walk from the town centre, with complimentary private parking, The Kingfisher Lodge can offer you an award winning experience in a relaxed atmosphere. All our queen, twin & family rooms are en-suite with their own unique decor and offer every convenience including free high-speed Wi-Fi, flat screened TVs, Tea/Coffee Trays, hair-dryer and complimentary toiletries. Guest can choose from an extensive breakfast menu, vegetarian and special diets are catered for. There is a drying tackle room for walkers, golfers, cyclists and anglers. Established over 19 years and family run you can expect genuine warm Irish hospitality. Donal-your host, a qualified tour guide can offer you unrivaled knowledge of the area in order to make the most of your stay with us. TripAdvisor Certificate of excellence 2011-2015.
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.
Seashore Farm Guesthouse provides Bed and Breakfast accommodation to a very high standard in a very spacious and magnificent setting at the head of the Ring of Kerry Peninsula with commanding Views overlooking Kenmare Bay with the Caha Mountains of the Beara Peninsula forming the backdrop to this unique location. Seashore Farm Guesthouse is a Grade A 4 Star [Hotel Quality] Guesthouse as well as being AA 4 star with the special personal touch that only a small family run Guest House can deliver. Yet Seashore Farm Guesthouse is just one mile from the centre of Kenmare Town. One can walk the mile via the quiet Tubbrid local side road [L7556] in ten to fifteen minutes. For those wishing to do the journey by car one can drive to the very convenient free town car park at the end of this road and freely stroll through the town centre without parking worries. We are also situated just 400 metres from the main Ring of Kerry N70 Wild Atlantic Way road. Seashore Farm Guesthouse is uniquely peaceful, private and spacious with views stretching out over the Kenmare Bay and Caha Mountains in the background. All bedrooms enjoy the idyllic setting over the bay as does the Guest Lounge, Guest Dining Room and Patio Area with extensive gardens. The farmlands stretch to the shores of Kenmare Bay affording unspoilt walks with plentiful birdlife and wildlife in natural habitat. All Bedrooms are very spacious and enjoy the idyllic setting overlooking the Kenmare Bay. Each Room has either a King Size Bed or Twin Beds [2 single beds]. All have En-Suite Spacious Bathrooms with Power Showers and some also have Jacuzzi baths as well. Rooms have tea/coffee facilities, hairdryers and are well furnished for relaxation. There is an extensive library of fine books, local and national travel literature and maps for guests to use and enjoy. There is extensive, secure private parking for Guest Use.
Inch Lodge has been newly built to a very high standard near the location for the film "Ryan's Daughter" For our guests comfort all rooms are equipped with direct dial telephones, television and ensuite bathroom. Our superior rooms also afford spaciousness, sea views and queen size beds. Each morning a delicious full Irish breakfast & buffet is served. For those warm summer evenings, garden furniture is available for guest use. Nearby is a large choice of golf courses, pubs and restaurants. Other activities locally such as fishing, swimming and surfing. Surf boards and wetsuits are available for hire. Lessons on request.Every wednesday evening, in the summer months, our restaurant on to beach presents traditional Irish Music from local musicians.
Glenfort House B&B, situated in a quiet area, is just one mile from the centre of Tralee. Tralee is Kerry's county town and as such, has much for the visitor to see and do. Tralee is also the gateway to the Dingle Peninsula, is an easy ride to the Ring of Kerry, Ballyheigue and Banna with their fine beaches and close to several championship golf courses. The town boasts restaurants to suit all pockets, traditional pubs, tea rooms, the National Folk Theatre the Aqua Dome, a multi screen cinema, gift shops and art galleries. All the rooms in Glenfort house offer en suite bathrooms, hospitality tray, TV and hair dryer. There is a guest lounge with TV and in the mornings a delicious breakfast. Within walking distance is an excellent Bar & Restaurant offering seasonal nightly entertainment.