The 4-star rated Greenmount House in Dingle has been owned and run by the Curran family since 1977. With an elevated position offering views of Dingle Bay, this elegant County Kerry guest house provides free parking and Wi-Fi and an extensive breakfast menu. Each room has a TV, telephone and tea and coffee facilities. All have an en suite bathroom with a hairdryer and complimentary toiletries, and some have sea or garden views. A full Irish breakfast room is served in the dining room looking out to Dingle Bay and the surrounding hills. Other options include smoked salmon with poached eggs, and pancakes with maple syrup, as well as fruit, yoghurt, cheese, freshly baked bread, scones and homemade preserves. Packed lunches are also available. Greenmount House is a 5-minute walk from Dingle’s brightly coloured town centre, with independent shops, cafés and traditional Irish pubs. The Oceanworld Aquarium lies near the harbour around 15 minutes’ walk away.
Set in the seaside town of Dingle, Heatons Guesthouse offers free WiFi access and free on-site parking available to all guests. Situated on the seafront, the property is just 8 minutes' stroll from Dingle Harbour, 3.7 miles from Gallarus Oratory and 12 minutes' drive from Conor Pass. Elegantly designed, each unique room includes a TV, a seating area and satellite channels. Featuring a shower, the private bathroom also comes with a bath. Some rooms also benefit from a sea view. At Heatons Guesthouse there is a garden. Other facilities offered at the property include luggage storage. A breakfast is available in the morning. It is served in the spacious dining room. The guest house is a 4-minute stroll from Dingle's Oceanworld Aquarium, 3.7 miles from Eask Tower and Dingle Wildlife & Seal Sanctuary is 8 minutes' drive away.
Pros: The Emlagh House is located 5 walk minutes away from the lovely little town of Dingle. Although we booked a regular double bed room with carpark view, we decided to upgrade for the "Blackberry Suite" for just 20€ surcharge. The larger king size bed and the spectacular view to the garden with the bay and mountains in the back was just breathtaking. The excellent breakfast a la carte and a very friendly and helpful staff completed our perfect stay in this Hotel. We love to come back !
Cons: Complaining on high levels might be a German habit, but the king size bed could be a little longer than 190 cm. and please turn on the washing machine and dryer later than 7 am, as you can here that in the whole house...
Located in the town of Dingle, Emlagh House is on the Dingle Peninsula. Surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean, the property is on the route of the Wild Atlantic Way and is 2,953 feet from the Dingle Oceanworld Aquarium. It offers free WiFi throughout and free onsite parking. Each luxurious room is individually designed with a flat-screen TV, a king-size or queen-size bed, and a seating area with views over Dingle. The en-suite bathrooms have complimentary toiletries and a hairdryer. In the mornings, guests at Emlagh House can enjoy breakfast with a full waiter service. Dingle is home to a range of restaurants, within a 5-minute walk of the property. Guests can enjoy scenic drives along Slea Head, which has panoramic views of the Blasket Islands. Boat trips to visit the islands can also be arranged. Further outdoor activities in the area include horse riding, sea fishing, and hill walking. Inch Beach is a 20-minute drive from Emlagh House.
I only wish that we had stayed longer. It is a little out of the beautiful town of Dingle, but well worth the drive. As soon as you walk in the door you feel this overwhelming sense of 'home'. The rooms were clean and comfortable. The food was wonderful. We would definitely recommend this place and would go back in a heartbeat.
Pros: This is a beautiful guesthouse. Very welcoming as soon as you walked the door. Wonderful view and location. Food was great. Comfortable bed and big fluffy towels.
Situated on the bay, Gorman's Clifftop House is a great choice for a stay in Ballydavid. Guests looking for a bite to eat can check out the restaurant, and the bar/lounge is the perfect spot to grab a drink at the end of the day. A terrace and a garden are other highlights at this upscale guest house, and rooms offer deep soaking tubs and flat-screen TVs.
Pros: Our host and hostess were fabulous. Their facility is located just out of town where iT is quiet. The view of the bay was phenomenal from the upstairs lounge. I recommend Crill Bhreac, highly!
Cons: No negatives.
Featuring fantastic views of Dingle Bay, Cill Bhreac House provides themed bedrooms and a gourmet breakfast menu. With free parking, it is just a 10 minute waterfront walk from Dingle town. With orthopedic beds, each room at Cill Bhreac provides free Wi-Fi, satellite TV and free tea, coffee and cookies. Many rooms enjoy views of Dingle Bay, and feature an electric blanket, a private bathroom, and a hairdryer. Breakfasts include numerous home-baked items and local produce. Guests can enjoy hearty, full Irish breakfasts, local smoked salmon, homemade fruit pancakes or oatmeal with Bailey’s liquor. The Dingle Way walking trail starts just near the house, and guests can watch the fishing boats go in and out of Dingle Bay. Ventry Beach is less than a 5 minute drive away, and a pick-up/drop-off service is available from the nearby bus stop. Guests can relax in the reading room with its own balcony overlooking the bay, or enjoy the conservatory, the landscaped grounds, or the garden patio.
When visiting Dingle, Dingle Benners Hotel is a great choice to consider. Guests looking for a bite to eat can check out the restaurant, and the bar/lounge is the perfect spot to grab a drink at the end of the day. Rooms offer up nice touches like fireplaces and bathrobes.
I really liked the location, close enough to the town center, but not in the thick of it. Nice and quiet.
Pros: The proprietor was wonderful. The breakfast was our best in Ireland, lots of delicious homemade breads. The Wolfhound 'puppy' was memorable!
Cons: I might say the furnishings needed a little updating, but on the other hand, they leant some nice character. Everything was nice and clean and comfortable, so that's most important.
Enjoy your visit to Dingle with a stay at Milltown House. You can unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge, and free full breakfast is available daily between 8:30 AM and 10 AM. A terrace and a garden are other highlights, and rooms offer up nice touches like premium bedding and espresso makers.
Pros: The staff were super friendly and it was a great location. Also great food!
Cons: Staff not helpful with bags at check in
A 1-minute walk from Dingle Harbour, Murphy’s Pub and B&B is a traditional Irish pub with Guinness, homemade food and live music. It offers en suite rooms with free parking and WiFi, and full Irish breakfasts. Each room has a TV, wardrobe and tea and coffee facilities. There is an en suite shower in all rooms. Murphy’s Pub and B&B serves a full Irish breakfast as well as other cooked dishes including Dingle Bay salmon with scrambled eggs. There is also a range of cereals, ham and cheese platters and homemade fruit scones. This bed and breakfast is a 5-minute walk from Dingle’s Oceanworld Aquarium and Phoenix Cinema. The area offers activities including walking, water-sports and fishing, as well as boat trips to see the Dingle dolphin, Fungie.
A 2-minute walk from the centre of Dingle, Bambury's Guesthouse provides well-appointed rooms with free parking and Wi-Fi. Dingle Marina is a little over 5 minutes’ walk from this County Kerry guest house, which offers an extensive breakfast menu. Each room has a TV, telephone, wardrobe, seating area and tea and coffee facilities. All have an en suite shower with hairdryer and toiletries provided. Full Irish breakfast is served at Bambury's Guesthouse, along with fruit-filled pancakes and freshly baked scones. As well as cereals, fruit and muesli, there is smoked salmon with scrambled eggs and juice, tea and coffee. Dingle town has a range of shops, pubs and restaurants nearby, and the Oceanworld Aquarium is around 10 minutes’ walk away. On Ireland’s westernmost peninsula, it is around 45 minutes’ drive from the county town of Tralee and offers activities including sailing, fishing, golf and horse riding.
Pros: Right on the water, just a couple minutes walk into town. Very Nice.
In Dingle town center, this modern guesthouse offers a panoramic view of Dingle Harbour. It is conveniently located for the local pubs and seafood restaurants, with the tourist office only a 3 minute walk away. Offering free Wi-Fi, rooms at Dingle Harbour Nights B&B come with a private bathroom equipped with shower and a hairdryer. There are also free tea and coffee making facilities in each room. Breakfast is served in a large dining room and guests can choose from several breakfast options including cereals, Irish breakfast and continental breakfast. All breakfasts are served with tea or coffee, juice, brown or white bread or toast. There is also a private TV room upstairs with a balcony and view of Dingle Harbour. Dingle Harbour Nights is located only 800 feet from the bus station. It is 30 miles west of Tralee, which is the largest town in County Kerry. Private parking is available at the rear of the house.
Pros: The proprietor of Alpine Guesthouse was as friendly and accommodating as they come. He and his family made our stay in Dingle very memorable. In spite of some unseasonably rough weather, the stay was warm, cozy, and full of Irish charm.
Situated 1 minute’s walk from Dingle town centre, the family-run Alpine Guesthouse offers accommodation with free Wi-Fi, free parking, and easy access to the Dingle Marina, 2,297 feet away. Each room at Alpine Guesthouse features an en suite bathroom with free toiletries, a TV with satellite channels, tea/coffee making facilities, a desk, and scenic views. A variety of restaurants, traditional Irish pubs and music venues are within a 5-minute walk from the guest house. Information about local activities, music events, and cinema/theatres shows can be found in the rooms as well as by asking the friendly staff. Boasting easy access to the picturesque Dingle Peninsula, Alpine Guesthouse also offers access to golfing, mountain biking and trekking, as well as water sports, such as kayaking and sailing.
Pros: The staff very friendly and helpful and the room was very comfortable, clean and convenient to restaurants, etc. We appreciated the parking, too.
This refurbished town house offers brightly decorated rooms and is located in the centre of Dingle Town. There is free Wi-Fi, staff can help book local tours, and there are a wide range of pubs and restaurants within walking distance. Breakfast at this family-run guest house is served each morning in the wooden-floored dining room. There is an extensive menu with buffet items and full cooked options available. Guests can also relax with a cup of tea or coffee in the lounge. Rooms at Sraid Eoin House have simple, elegant décor and traditional wooden furnishings. Each features a TV, and an en suite bathroom with a hairdryer. The Dingle Peninsula was called one of the most beautiful places on earth by National Geographic, and there is something for everyone in the stunning surroundings. Guests can spot whales in the sea, go climbing, birdwatching, golfing and walking. There are Blue Flag beaches to explore, and spectacular sea views to enjoy.
Excellent value for money. Very modern rooms. Location of restaurant great.
Pros: Location, location, location
Cons: Not really.
Situated by Dingle Harbour, the pier and the marina, newly refurbished, family owned Dingle Bay Hotel offers free Wi-Fi in certain areas, free parking, a stylish bar, and a restaurant. Each room at Dingle Bay Hotel features an en suite bathroom, tea/coffee making facilities, and a TV. A hearty Irish breakfast, freshly cooked and made of locally sourced ingredients, is served daily at Long’s Restaurant; guests can also enjoy organic yoghurts and a selection of homemade breads, scones, and pastries. The restaurant’s menu also features dishes such as Dingle Bay kippers, Fresh Blasket Island lobster, Cromane bay mussels, and Kerry lamb. Special dietary requirements are also catered for. Guests can enjoy regular entertainment, and traditional Irish and West Kerry music at Paudie’s Bar. Boasting an enviable position in the heart of Dingle, by the sea, Dingle Bay Hotel also offers easy access to the Dingle Peninsula, Slea Head Drive, and the Eask Tower.
Pros: Location was amazing, a great view of Dingle harbour, many great pubs/stores/boutiques all within walking distance.
Quiet little town with friendly people all around, a must visit if you are touring around Irealand
Cons: Didn't spend enough time there, could have spent one or two more days.
Enjoy your visit to Dingle with a stay at Quayside B&B. Freebies like WiFi and self parking are added perks, and guests looking to stay active can check out the nearby kayaking, snorkeling, and surfing/boogie boarding.
Cons: The only thing that could make this place better is a softer mattress and pillows. Other than that, I'd give it 5 stars all the way around!
Pros: It was a fantastically comfortable hotel with a spa.
Cons: No air conditioning in the room.
Bring the kids when you stay at Dingle Skellig Hotel & Peninsula Spa in Dingle and they can enjoy the free kids' club. You can visit the spa to indulge in massages, body wraps, or aromatherapy, and Irish cuisine is served at Coastguard Restaurant, which is open for breakfast and dinner. An indoor pool and a fitness center are other highlights, and rooms at this upscale hotel offer room service and free WiFi.
On the waterfront, the purpose-built Dingle Marina Lodge features free Wi-Fi and free private parking. In the beautiful town of Dingle, the lodge is at the beginning of the Dingle Peninsula Drive. The individually decorated rooms feature a TV, clock radio, and tea and coffee-making facilities. The private bathrooms have a hairdryer and a shower. In the mornings, the Marina Lodge serves an extensive breakfast menu, with a wide variety of choice. Some of Dingle’s best restaurants, finest pubs, and various shops are just a 3-minute walk from the lodge. Home to an Oceanworld Aquarium, the small town of Dingle is just 37 miles from Kerry Airport. The area has numerous outdoor activities, including scenic hill walks, horseback riding, and archaeological tours. Guests can swim with a friendly dolphin called Fungi, who often visits Dingle Harbour. Ferry trips across Dingle Bay to Valentia Island are also available.
Pros: Family was friendly and helpful. Location on Goat Street is close enough to main part of town, but far enough away that it is relatively quiet.
Cons: WiFi was poor, but that seems to be a general problem, even in the better hotels in Ireland.
Overlooking tranquil Dingle Bay and just 2 minutes’ walk from Dingle Town, Boland’s B&B offers hearty full Irish breakfasts and free Wi-Fi. Guests can dine in the bright conservatory, and enjoy rooms with en suite bathrooms. Bright and cosily furnished, rooms at Bolands each include a hairdryer and shower, while guests can relax in the room with a TV and free tea and coffee facilities. Some rooms also boast beautiful views of Dingle Bay. The small town of Dingle has over 50 pubs to enjoy, and the harbour, offering ferries and boat trips, is 10 minutes’ walk away. Oceanworld Aquarium is a 15-minute walk away, and Dunbeg Fort is less than 10 minutes’ drive away. There is free public street parking available.