The positive thing about this B&B is that it is wonderfully situated directly at the sea and that you can hear the sea from your window as well as enjoy a sunset from the most western point of Europe within walking distance.
To our disappointment this was however where the list of positive points ended for us.
First the rooms as well as the whole house are quite old and not nicely refurbished at all. This would still be ok if the bed was better but unfortunately it isn't and we therefore slept really bad. The breakfast was less than mediocre - one of the worst I have had during our week in Ireland.
All in all I would have been ready to pay 40 to maximum 50 EUR for this kind of accomodation but the price of 70!!!! EUR really left me speechless for a moment.
For just 25 EUR more you can stay in a 4 star hotel in Kenmare!
My recommendation if you want to stay on the Dingle peninsula and don't exactly want to stay on Slea head: Look for a nice B&B in Dingle!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Slea Head Farm, Europe's most western family run farm and guesthouse, sits high on the cliffs above the Atlantic Ocean at the tip of the Dingle Peninsula, an area renowned for its rugged beauty. A cosy place to stay for that home away from home feeling. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Slea Head Farm Hotel Dunquin