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We had 2 rooms at this B&B. Both rooms were clean. The bathroom in our room was small, especially the shower. Adjusting the water temperature was a challenge. We did not eat breakfast because it was not available until after 8:30. We needed to leave...More
We stayed in the Self Catering accommodation here. Plenty room for parking on arrival. Greeted by the owner, Kathleen I think her name was. Really lovely lady and so is her husband. The accommodation is quite dated, but perfectly comfortable enough. The location is beautiful...More
We were here walking the dingle way. After hiking the whole day this place seamed awfully far out of town at first, but it was only a walk of five minutes downhill an eight minutes uphill from the center. Very nice hosts, good breakfast. The...More
We were in Dingle without knowing that there is a festival. So we searched a long time before we decided to drive out of town. A bit angry about the situation we drive back the totally dark road. After about 20minutes we saw the sign...More
very comfortable accommodation,We stayed in the self catering appartment, Kathleen and her husband are really lovely people,will definately stay again. the country side is great for walkers and ramblers of all ages and is not far pubs and restaurants and the fishing port of Dingle.
We are a long established family run b&b in the beautiful heartland of annascaul valley set in the breathtaking scenery of the dingle peninsula co Kerry.our home is located near the birthplace of famous Antarctic explorer Tom Crean and sculptor Jerome Connor.we are a short distance from the world famous Inch Beach, both the Dingle Way walk & Wild Atlantic Way drive.self catering also available.