Cloghane

  1. Scorid Cottage

    Cloghane, Kerry

    Scorid cottage is a luxurious and spacious, traditional style four bedroom dormer cottage, with spectacular views of Mount Brandon and Brandon Bay, in county Kerry. It boasts a large enclosed garden and open fire and wooden floors throughout. Read more

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  2. Colaiste Gaeilge an Leith-Triuigh

    Cloghane, Kerry

    Irish college with activities for adults and families located in the stunning location of Cloghane/Brandon in the Dingle Peninsula. Read more

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  3. Tinteán Ceoil

    Cloghane, Kerry

    A completely unique experience, the Tinteán Ceoil is a traditional Irish fireside music session. Local musicians lead the evening, incorporating any and all who want to contribute through music, dance, singing, recitation, and much more. Read more

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  4. O'Connor's Bar

    Cloghane, Kerry

    Bar & guesthouse nestling at the foot of Mount Brandon. Read more

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  5. Mount Brandon Lodge

    Cloghane, Kerry

    Mount Brandon Lodge is a 3 Star Fáailte Ireland approved large two storey detached house, nestled at the foot of Mount Brandon, Irelands second highest mountain, on Dingle Way walking trail, overlooking an exhilarating blend of mountain and sea. Read more

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  6. O'Connors Guesthouse

    Cloghane, Kerry

    O'Connors Guesthouse is a long established, spacious, country home in Cloghane, County Kerry, with spectacular views of sea and mountains, overlooking Brandon Bay and within easy reach of Dingle, being sited on the Dingle Way. Read more

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  7. O'Donnell's Bar

    Cloghane, Kerry

    Come to O'Donnell's and have some food and drink. Have a quiet drink or a rip roaring good time, make new friends or meet old friends. Its warm cosy atmosphere and friendly staff make everyone feel welcome. Read more

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  8. Owenmore River

    Cloghane, Kerry

    The Owenmore River is a small spate river on the Dingle Peninsula of County Kerry that drains nine loughs. It gets a run of sea trout from April and grilse from June. Read more