Dingle

  1. Dingle Skellig Hotel

    Dingle, Kerry

    The Dingle Skellig Hotel is located on the shores of Dingle Bay, amid the magnificent scenery of County Kerry. The four-star hotel offers luxury accommodations, dining and leisure facilities, and specially caters for families. Read more

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  2. Heaton's Guesthouse

    Dingle, Kerry

    Heaton's Guesthouse in Dingle, County Kerry, is a four star family-run guesthouse situated on the shore of Dingle Bay with spectacular views, five minutes walk from town. Read more

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  3. O'Flaherty's Dingle

    Dingle, Kerry

    Lively and informal, this traditional pub, with its flagstoned floor and high ceiling, is itself a notable part of Dingles tradition. Irish is spoken here and walls are decorated with pictures which illustrate the culture and history of the area. Read more

  4. The Dingle Peninsula Food & Drink Trail

    Dingle, Kerry

    This trail lets you meet some of the people who produce this food, hear their stories and experience their passion. Read more

  5. Irish Ways Walking Tours

    Dingle, Kerry

    Organised walking tours throughout Ireland since 1989. Our 'Explore the Burren' tours are led by an environmentalist who describes the Burren as his 'spiritual home'.
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  6. Dingle Surf School

    Dingle, Kerry

    Dingle Surf School is a surf shop and school in Dingle town. Read more

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  7. John Benny's Pub

    Dingle, Kerry

    John Benny's Pub is a family run pub on Dingle's seafront serving food all day and providing Irish music and singing nightly. Close to all the town's attractions. Read more

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  8. Cuan an Daingin (Dingle Harbour)

    Dingle, Kerry

    Dingle is the only town on the peninsula and is a major tourist hub. It is also a major fishing port and trading town. The harbour is located within a natural inlet surrounded by attractive landscape. Read more

  9. Dingle Lighthouse

    Dingle, Kerry

    The lighthouse itself is maintained by Dingle Harbour Commissioners and was built in 1885 for a total cost of €747.88. Its purpose is to guide boats to the seaward of the Crow Rock which may be seen off Eask Tower to the west. Read more

  10. Dick Mack's

    Dingle, Kerry

    The premises is half a pub and half a leather shop. This is a must visit for anyone coming to the town. Read more

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