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I stayed Here for 3 nights with my partner last minute holiday in the west of Ireland,first time here and Il will be back,b&b was clean and room a little small,but location was second to none,right in heart of town centre,we had breakfast included which...More
We went in for a drink and ended up staying for a meal and listening to the great music. My Guinness Pie was excellent and the staff were very friendly. The young boys playing traditional music were very good. Definately recommend .
Order and paid for 2 drinks, waited 10minutes to receive a flat Guinness I went back to explain that the pint was bad and requested another, he immediately got aggressive, was very intimidating, used offensive language but worse of all ACCUSED me of stealing a...More
Live music and a world champion Irish dancer were the entertainment.
The singer had the customers singing along, some more enthusiastically than most ( me)
Pints were flowing, food was being eaten and the craic was massive.
We spent the day driving the Dingle peninsula and then ended up in Dingle for some shopping and a wonderful pub experience. We didn't really have any recommendations, so just chose The Dingle Pub based on its menu, prices, and the overall first impression. We...More
$109 - $158 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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