Dingle Marina Cottages
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A short stroll from Dingle Harbour and Marina, the cottages are designed for your comfort and relaxation in a traditional Irish style. With cosy open-plan sitting and dining room and kitchen, they contain all mod-cons.
A short stroll from Dingle Harbour and Marina in Co Kerry, Dingle Marina Cottages offer traditional Irish-style self-catering holiday accommodation with all mod-cons. These family friendly properties have three bedrooms and sleep five.
Dingle Marina Cottages are comfortable self-catering holiday homes offering accommodation in the picturesque town of Dingle, Co Kerry, Ireland. With an ideal location overlooking the beautiful harbour, these properties are just two minute’s walk from Dingle Town and are ideal for a quiet relaxing family holiday or a lively week in the thriving and vibrant town of Dingle.
The 14 cottages are designed with comfort in mind in a traditional Irish style. The fully fitted kitchen features an oven/hob, washer/dryer, microwave, dishwasher, fridge and all important utensils and crockery. The spacious pine living room includes an open stove fire, multi-channel TV, direct-dial telephone and open plan dining area.
Each cottage has three bedrooms (one double, one twin and one single) and sleeps five people. The double bedroom has a private en-suite bathroom with a shower.
The one twin bedroom and one single bedroom each have a separate bathroom upstairs and downstairs. Bed linen and towels are provided for each cottage and heating is provided via electrical central heating with storage heaters/convectors in each room. There is private parking for guests and an outdoor picnic area.
While these properties are not on the grounds of the Dingle Skellig Hotel, guests can avail of the Skellig Leisure Club, with its pool and Peninsula Spa. Guests who stay at the Dingle Marina Cottages can avail of a special membership which is priced at €150 for the cottage per week.
There are many other ways to be entertained in Dingle which is packed full of traditional pubs and excellent restaurants.
Families might enjoy a visit to Oceanworld Aquarium, Dingle World of Leisure which offers all-weather family entertainment. Or what about a trip to see Funghi the famous resident dolphin?
History buffs will be tempted by trips to Blasket Islands, Dunbeg Fort, Corca Dhuibhne Museum, where archaeology and history are brought to life and a huge plethora of ancient archaeological sites scattered all over the Dingle Peninsula.
And there are endless outdoor pursuits available in the area too, including golf, hiking, surfing, sailing and fishing.