Hotels in Dingle: A spacious farmhouse welcoming guests since 1958, An Dooneen is superbly located on the Dingle Peninsula, showcasing the region’s rugged scenery. Just 11km from Dingle town and 10km from the spectacular Blasket Islands, it’s the ideal outdoor holiday. Guests can enjoy fishing, golf, water sports, climbing, scenic walks along the Dingle Way and ancient archaeological sites. The Hurley family offer a warm County Kerry welcome to all of their guests.
Hotels in Dingle: This lovely bed and breakfast is located just a 5 minutes' walking distance away from Ballyferriter Village, in Dingle. The property boasts a stunning mountain backdrop, overlooking the sea, The bed and breakfast is located on the mesmerising Dingle Way, where guests can enjoy spectacular walking routes and cycling trails. Guests will appreciate the warm, friendly welcome that greets them upon arrival. The guest rooms offer a comfortable, classically-designed setting, in which to escape the bustle of daily life. Guests will be impressed by the wonderful, hearty breakfast waiting for them in the mornings.
Hotels in Dingle: A tranquil seaside home overlooking the magnificent Ventry Harbour, Ard-Na-Mara is just 3km from one of County Kerry’s most popular towns, Dingle, and 1km from Ventry village and its beautiful beach. Guests can avail of specially arranged fishing and boating trips, enjoy walking tours and learn more about the area’s past with fascinating historical and archaeological tours. Dingle offers tourists an array of fun activities, from ferries to the Blasket Islands, the Oceanworld aquarium and of course, Fungie the dolphin. Owners Ann and Derry Murphy have spent 40 years in the hospitality business and provide a warm welcome.
Hotels in Dingle: Luxury home offering magnificent views of Dingle town and harbour, Ballyegan House is a home from home facing County Kerry’s wild Atlantic shoreline. Just a stroll in to lively Dingle town, guests can enjoy water sports, vistas from the peninsula, traditional Irish music at the annual Dingle Tradfest, cosy pubs and windswept beach walks. Visitors can also take a boat trip to see Dingle’s most famous resident, Fungie the dolphin, who's been living around the harbour since 1984.
Hotels in Dingle: A picturesque, cosy country home boasting seafront vistas, Ballymore House is the ideal location to experience the wild landscape of beautiful County Kerry. Host Jenny Roper treats guests to organic locally-sourced produce in her delicious breakfasts and sumptuous home baking. Jenny also accommodates with gluten-free, vegan and vegetarian breakfast options. Just 4. 5km from Dingle and a stroll into pretty Ventry village, guests can enjoy water sports, horse riding, top notch golf, scenic fishing spots and the exceptional Dingle Peninsula. Guests can borrow maps and guide books and can enjoy a real Kerry welcome.
Hotels in Dingle: Overlooking Brandon Bay, Ireland’s longest stretch of unspoiled beach, Beenoskee is perfectly located for guests to enjoy the very best of County Kerry’s landscape. Recommended by Le Guide du Routard among others, visitors can get out and about with surfing, scuba diving, fishing, horse riding, climbing, walking and golf, all a stone’s throw away. Just 1km from Stradbally, visitors can indulge in great food, fun, and traditional Irish music in the nearby pubs and restaurants. Host Mary Ferriter looks forward to giving guests a warm Irish welcome. No children under the age of 6
Hotels in Dingle: With exceptional views of Dingle Bay, Boland’s B&B is a cosy, friendly home in the lively town of Dingle. A superb base for tours of the renowned Dingle Peninsula, Blasket Islands and Slea Head Drive, guests will enjoy the best of County Kerry’s acclaimed scenery. With an extensive breakfast menu, including tasty home baking, guests will be ready to take on a day’s sightseeing.
Hotels in Dingle: A cosy hideaway at the foot of Mount Brandon just 12km from Dingle, Coill An Rois is the ideal spot to explore gorgeous County Kerry from. Host and chef Jimmy Bruic offers sumptuous breakfasts of locally sourced produce. Highly commended by Fáilte Ireland and Aer Lingus Magazine, from the house guests can explore the Dingle Peninsula, the Blasket Islands and the lively town of Dingle. With jacuzzi baths, steam rooms and baking classes available on request, guests will enjoy first class Irish hospitality. Visitors can also golf, fish and explore the many walking and cycling trails nearby.
Hotels in Dingle: Recommended by Le Guide du Routard, Devane’s family-run bed and breakfast offers stunning County Kerry views and overlooks picturesque Dingle Bay. An ideal touring base for the Dingle Peninsula and the spectacular Ring of Kerry, guests can enjoy 18-hole golf courses, pony treks, water sports and trips to the wild Blasket Islands. Visitors can also meet Dingle’s most famous resident, Fungie the dolphin, who’s been living in the bay since 1984. With a choice of breakfasts and delicious home baking on offer, guests will enjoy authentic Irish hospitality.
Hotels in Dingle: Located in the heart of the town, the local area can all be enjoyed on foot. As Dingle's oldest hotel, Benners reflects the history and uniqueness of the town, and is a wonderful base from which to explore the beauty of Kerry. The hotel has had considerable refurbishment and offers a combination of the original authentic charm, and modern contemporary design. All 52 en suite bedrooms are modern in design and have all the standard amenities that a guest may need. The hotel offers the best of Irish hospitality, in a superb location with the warmth and character of traditional Ireland.
Hotels in Dingle: This hotel boasts a stunning setting in Dingle, in County Kerry. Nestled amidst and area of natural beauty and splendour, this wonderful hotel offers guests an insight into the rich culture and history of the area. The hotel is situated within easy access of a number of attractions in the area. Guests will find themselves close to a number of shopping opportunities, dining options and entertainment venues. The hotel greets visitors with warm hospitality and excellent service. The guest rooms offer a peaceful, comfortable setting, in which to completely unwind. The hotel offers guests a number of facilities and services, ensuring a comfortable stay for each and every traveller.
Hotels in Dingle: Enjoy the friendly atmosphere and peaceful setting of Dingle Heights, a luxurious haven in the heart of beautiful County Kerry. Discover the spectacular Dingle Peninsula, climb majestic Mount Brandon, take in the sea breeze on Inch Beach, swim with Fungie the dolphin and visit the rugged Blasket Islands. With superb breakfasts and secure private parking available, it's an ideal location to explore the region from. Host Bridie Fitzgerald looks forward to welcoming guests.
Hotels in Dingle: Experience a slice of authentic rural life at Garvey's Farmhouse‚ County Kerry. A working sheep and dairy farm at the foot of Mount Eagle on the scenic Slea Head route‚ guests can enjoy stunning views of Ventry Bay. Just 10km from Dingle‚ visitors can enjoy water sports‚ visit the Blasket Islands‚ indulge in great restaurants and traditional Irish music in the town's lively pubs. Recommended by Le Guide du Routard‚ the house is just 1km from beautiful Ventry Beach‚ which holds Blue Flag status.
Hotels in Dingle: A beautiful, spacious home overlooking Smerwick Harbour, Imeall na Mara offers a warm County Kerry welcome. In a prime location along the renowned Dingle Way walking route, the bed and breakfast is particularly accommodating to walkers and outdoor enthusiasts, providing packed lunches for day trips. Just 11km from Dingle town, guests can enjoy lively pubs, great food, stunning beaches and fascinating historical sites such as the Blasket Islands.
Hotels in Dingle: Unwind in a serene, rural home on a working dairy and sheep farm. Just 2km from Dingle in an idyllic location with private gardens, Killfountain Farm is highly recommended by Le Guide du Routard and showcases County Kerry's unrivalled scenery. Ideal for golfing, fishing, beach walks, tennis, horse riding, archaeological sites, angling and the Dingle Way walking route; families will have a particularly enjoyable stay. In Dingle guests can enjoy lively pubs, delicious food, traditional Irish music and even meet Fungie the famous Dingle dolphin.
Hotels in Dingle: Enjoy a spectacular County Kerry location and the comfort of a spacious, tranquil home at Moriarty’s Farmhouse. Only 8km from lively Dingle town and a few minute’s walk from the stunning Blue Flag awarded Ventry Beach, guests can embrace exceptional sea views. Get outdoors and try some kayaking, windsurfing, swimming, cycling and horse riding among the region’s renowned landscape. Hosts Bríd and Tom Moriarty welcome guests with fresh tea/coffee and tasty homemade scones on arrival. Guests can also indulge in delicious breakfasts and avail of the house’s BBQ area on fine evenings. Farmstay Experience Moriarty's Farmhouse B&B consists of 113 acres of Farm with parts deemed a National Heritage Area habitat, a flora and wildlife preserve. The main farming enterprise is beef – suckler cows. Guests are free to wander along the fields and mountain if they wish. There are magnificent views of the countryside and sea from the mountaintop.
Hotels in Dingle: A purpose-built house ideally located in the centre of Dingle, O’Neills places visitors among the best of County Kerry’s wild landscape. Welcoming guests for more than 20 years, host Mary O’Neill gladly shares her wealth of local knowledge, recommending attractions, restaurants and entertainment for her guests. Visitors can explore the beautiful Dingle Peninsula, see Fungie the dolphin in the harbour or take a boat trip out to the stunning Blasket Islands. Guests can avail of secure off-street parking and enjoy an extensive breakfast menu.
Hotels in Dingle: This popular hotel provides the ideal base for exploring the area.
Hotels in Dingle: The O’Sullivan family offer a warm Irish welcome (Cead mile Fáilte) to guests of their idyllic farmhouse Taobh Coille. With exceptional panoramic views of sea & mountains, taking in the Dingle peninsula across the ocean. We are ideally located on the popular N70 Ring of Kerry route. Guests can enjoy the best of the region. Embrace the scenery, stroll the beaches in Kells & Rossbeigh. Feel the sea breeze as you t rek the mountain or talke on the famed "Kerry Way" walking path. Our local pub is 2kms away. and mountain walks or take on the famed Kerry Way walking path. Our local put is 2kms away. Cahersiveen 16km; Glenbeigh 10km. We can arrange a trip to the historic Skellig Islands. Visit picturesque Valentia Island & Portmagee, enjoy gourmet food, great pubs and many outdoor pursuits. Farmstay Experience At Taobh Coille guests are treated to a farm walk to the sea where they encounter cows, calves, sheep, & lambs grazing happily. Guests can bottle feed our pet lambs in the Spring & Summer. John has three working sheep dogs, Milo, Brandy & Shep. Guest can also collect their very own eggs from the hen house and on request Agnes will demonstrate the making of "Irish Soda Bread".
Hotels in Dingle: Superbly located overlooking stunning Ventry Harbour, guests will enjoy exceptional panoramas of County Kerry’s famed scenery at The Plough. Ideal for tours of scenic Slea Head Drive and trips to the rugged Blasket Islands, guests are also just a two-minute walk from Ventry village, its pubs, restaurants and gorgeous beach. With comfortable orthopaedic beds and a tranquil decking area, guests will truly unwind in this unrivalled landscape.
Hotels in Dingle: Relax in luxury 5-star comfort at The Shores Country House, County Kerry. Nestled between the grand Beenoskee Mountains and the picturesque Brandon Bay, guests will be greeted by memorable panoramas each morning. With large, beautifully decorated rooms, delicious award-winning breakfasts and king-size beds, guests can truly unwind during their stay. Only 45 minutes from Kerry Airport and 14km from Dingle town, it's an ideal spot for visits to the Dingle Peninsula, Ring of Kerry and Skellig Island. Host Annette O’Mahony happily helps guests plan itineraries and day trips of the area.