3 Accommodation, 5 Things to do
The Dingle Gate Holiday Hostel is situated in the heart of the Dingle Peninsula, nestled between the hills and mountains of Annascaul and Inch. The hostel has a friendly atmosphere with large landscaped gardens. It is wheelchair accessible.
Kennedy Coaches Ltd. is a family run business providing a coach tour and chauffeur service.
The Owenascaul River drains into Dingle Bay in County Kerry. It holds good stocks of grilse and sea trout which can be fished from June.
The Connor Crean Centre celebrates the memory of Jerome Connor, famous international sculptor and Tom Crean, the Antarctic Explorer; both born in Annascaul.
A small intimate nursery which operates seasonally from March to end July. An extensive variety of herb plants are produced naturally by utilising a traditional growing technique.
Inch Beach House set on a beautiful location, overlooking Inch Beach and Dingle Bay, and is nestled between the Slieve Mish Mountains and the MacGillicuddy Reeks.
Ardrinane House is a family run bed and breakfast, nestled within the hills of the Dingle Peninsula in the picturesque village of Annascaul.
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