Dingle

  1. 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

  2. The Boatyard Restaurant

    Dingle, Kerry

    The Boatyard Restaurant is situated overlooking Dingle Harbour in the busy quay side area on Strand Street. The family friendly restaurant specialises in local seafood but also caters to non fish eaters. Read more

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  3. Dingle Benners Hotel

    Dingle, Kerry

    Located in heart of Dingle Town, County Kerry, Dingle Benners Hotel is a classic accommodation favoured for its old-world charm and ambience. The luxurious, three-star property has 52 well-appointed guest rooms and a wonderful, traditional bar. Read more

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  4. Coastline House

    Dingle, Kerry

    Coastline House in Dingle, County Kerry, is a beautiful, newly built Bed & Breakfast, on the water's edge and just five minutes’ walk to Dingle town centre. Read more

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  5. Play at Height Climbing Wall & High Ropes Adventure

    Dingle, Kerry

    Play at Height Climbing Wall and High Ropes Adventure is the perfect place for climbers to develop their leading and top roping skills. They are based in Dingle, County Kerry. Read more

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  6. Sciúird Archaeology Tours

    Dingle, Kerry

    Experienced guided minibus tours visiting a number of archaeological sites on the Western part of the Dingle Peninsula. Read more

  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. From Fionn MacCumhail to Com Dhíneol

    Dingle, Kerry

    A guided walk along the spectacular Dingle Way and Wild Atlantic Way: "From Fionn MacCumhail to Com Dhíneol". A day's easy hike through the landscape, mythology and history of the Dingle Peninsula. Read more

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  10. Bird Watching on the Dingle Peninsula

    Dingle, Kerry

    The Dingle Peninsula is located in County Kerry. There are a range of birds of interest to the birdwatcher that come to the peninsula. The West Kerry Branch of BirdWatch Ireland has published the fourth Dingle Peninsula Bird Report 2008-2010. Read more

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