Teac Seain is a family run Bar and B&B situated in Annascaul village, a peaceful tranquil area with beautiful walks and scenery to admire. A dream come true for the serious walker as Annascaul takes in the Dingle Way walkers route. Inch beach which is approx 6km from Teac Seain is ideal for surfers and swimmers alike. A popular spot for gliders also. The beach is approx three and a half miles long. Annascaul lake which is approx two and a half miles from the village is a beautiful place for a fishing/ picnic day out. Annacsaul is also well known for it's two famous sons; Tom Crean - Antartic Explorer and Jerome O Connor - renowned sculptor. Teac Seain's bar has a cosy atmosphere where you are met with a warm welcome, and to relax with a beverage of your choice. Our aim in Teac Seain Bed and Breakfast is to make your stay as comfortable as possible and hope you leave with happy memories Slan go foill.
Inch Lodge has been newly built to a very high standard near the location for the film "Ryan's Daughter" For our guests comfort all rooms are equipped with direct dial telephones, television and ensuite bathroom. Our superior rooms also afford spaciousness, sea views and queen size beds. Each morning a delicious full Irish breakfast & buffet is served. For those warm summer evenings, garden furniture is available for guest use. Nearby is a large choice of golf courses, pubs and restaurants. Other activities locally such as fishing, swimming and surfing. Surf boards and wetsuits are available for hire. Lessons on request.Every wednesday evening, in the summer months, our restaurant on to beach presents traditional Irish Music from local musicians.
Dingle B&B: An Capall Dubh B&B is a local family run B&B in a peaceful, secluded courtyard right in the heart of the delightful town of Dingle with its fishing harbour, fine restaurants, traditional pubs and art galleries. Although close to all that Dingle has to offer the accommodation is in a quiet location, ideal for those wanting to relax. There is a wheelchair accessible ground floor room while, on the first floor, 5 spacious en suite bedrooms, refreshingly decorated. Dingle is on the Wild Atlantic Way and the ideal location from which to explore the peninsula. Take the Slea Head Drive on the Wild Atlantic Way, a memorable experience, once done never forgotten. Dramatic seascapes, small coves, blue flag sandy beaches, archaeological sites(Cathair Deargain, Kilmalkedar, Gallarus), art and pottery studios, Mount Brandon, Ireland's second-highest mountain, water sports including great surfing, fishing, trips to the Great Blasket Islands, 3 golf courses and so much more.
Dingle B&B: Emlagh Lodge is located on Dingle shore and commands breathtaking views of the bay & harbour, while you experience the tranquillity of the countryside, the town centre is just a 5 minute stroll along the shoreline & harbour. There are fine restaurants, shops, art galleries and craft centres making traditional Irish goods.Winner of the B&B Marketing Award - Best Overall Performance 2006. This prestigious award is indicative of a high level of personal service and attention are given to those booking online. "The B&B Owners Association is proud of its award winners and thoroughly recommends Emlagh Lodge to visitors to Dingle". Local Activities & Amenities include; Diving & Sailing Club, Horse Riding, Hill walks & treks along the Dingle Way, "Funghi the Dolphin" boat trips & swims daily, Local restaurants & bars, Local beaches & surfing, Archaeological tours daily, Blasket Island & Local Echo tours daily(Weather permitting), Ceann Sibeal golf course and Shore & Sea Angling.
Dingle B&B: Offering quality accommodation, Brownes B&B is a country home in peaceful surroundings, situated on the famous Slea Head drive which overlooks Dingle Bay and mountains. It provides an ideal starting point for discovering the beauty of the Dingle Peninsula. Brownes B&B is a smart modern house and has five beautifully appointed guest rooms. All with en suite bathroom facilities and TV. Tea and coffee are served in the reading room which overlooks Dingle Harbour. At breakfast time you'll find an extensive choice accompanied by Camilla's home baking. The house is located within walking distance of Dingle town with all its restaurants, pubs and craft shops.
Dingle B&B: Duinin House, which in Gaelic means little fort is situated just 1km from Dingle town. Duinin House boasts of modern rooms with free wi-fi, free parking and a bright conservatory, with scenic views and easy access to the Irish countryside. Rooms overlook the garden or the hills. Guests can enjoy a hot beverage with homemade cake on arrival. A hearty breakfast, cooked to order, is served daily.
Dingle B&B: Cead Mile Failte. An Dooneen is a beautiful 3 star B&B established in 1958 in the picturesque village of Kilcooley, in the heart of the Gaeltacht area. Located at the foot of Mount Brandon and Carraig Hill, An Dooneen has stunning views of Smerwick Harbour and The Three Sisters. The rooms at An Dooneen are all en suite and spacious throughout. Guests are treated to a hearty breakfast from a varied menu including traditional home baked brown breads and scones. Guests are invited to use the cosy sitting room to make tea or coffee at any time. There are two restaurants within walking distance of the house and a choice of four local pubs where good food and drink can be enjoyed with traditional music and craic.
Dingle B&B: Dingle Marina Lodge is run by Thomas Barrett and Katharine Keane. We are one of Dingle's newest purpose-built B&B's overlooking Dingle marina & harbour and conveniently located for all of Dingle's best restaurants & bars. Locally caught seafood awaits!A stroll to one of Dingle's renowned music venues for some live traditional music the perfect after-dinner treat! Our accommodation comprises eleven en suite rooms, with a ground floor bedroom for guests who have difficulty with stairs. We make it our priority to offer a warm welcome and comfortable stay in a clean and cosy environment. Fresh coffee and sweets are provided in the lobby area daily for our guests. Thomas & Katharine are willing to spend time with you giving directions, maps and tips on the best places to visit on the Peninsula. A scrumptious breakfast in our bright dining room in the morning - consisting of homemade pancakes served with fresh fruit and maple syrup, poached eggs on toast (with or without fresh Dingle Bay Smoked Salmon), scrambled eggs (with/without fresh Dingle Bay Smoked Salmon), Omelette with cheese and bacon - all cooked to order and of course our buffet table laden with delicious choices including cereals including muesli and granola, greek yogurt and honey, fruits, grapefruit segments, fruit juices, a variety of tasty cheeses and crackers...and more! The Dingle Peninsula is the most Westerly tip of Europe and is known for its archaeological sites. The Dingle Peninsula and in particular Slea Head drive provide some of the most beautiful scenic areas in the world. Once described by "National Geographic" - as the most beautiful place in the world! Popular with walkers, cyclists, horse riders and golfers, the scenery is truly unique. Be warned, you may come here on holiday and never leave! Other popular activities include Dolphin watching or swimming with Fungi the Dingle Dolphin - beach horse riding or horse back mountain trails - visiting the Great Blasket Islands and much more!
Dingle B&B: All the facilities of Dingle are on the doorstep. On offer are shops, pubs, restaurants, gift shops, art galleries, traditional Irish music, Ocean World, diving, Fungi - Dingles own Dolphin and much, much more. In fact all the ingredients of a perfect holiday. Maps and guides are available and as much advice as you need. The local bus stop and the tourist office is just across the road. We speak Irish so those wishing to use our language are always welcome. The Town House has 6 six bright and spacious double/twin rooms all with en-suite bathrooms. Siobhan provides a tasty and filling Irish breakfast with a buffet choice of starters.
Dingle B&B: The Lantern B&B Dingle is run by Anne-Marie Keane and is a warm and welcoming traditional bed and breakfast in the heart of Dingle town. Our Dingle accommodation comprises eight en suite rooms, with a ground floor bedroom for guests who may have difficulty with the stairs. Our priority is to make you feel welcome and comfortable in a clean and cosy environment in the centre of Dingle town. For those who are staying more than one night, we provide new luxury fresh bath and face towels daily. We also provide a daily bed "make up" service. All rooms are tastefully decorated with linen that is crisp, white and of the finest quality. Anne-Marie is willing to spend time with you giving you maps and tips on the best places to visit on the Peninsula. A scrumptious breakfast in our quaint dining room - consisting of Belgian Waffles served with strawberries, blueberries, maple syrup and creme fraiche, poached eggs on toast, smoked salmon scrambled eggs - all cooked to order! and of course our buffet table laden with delicious choices including muesli, granola, Greek yoghurt and honey, fruits, grapefruit segments, homemade brown bread, fruit juices, salamis, ham, a variety of tasty cheeses... and more! The Dingle Peninsula is one of the richest areas in archaeological remains on the West Coast of Europe. The Dingle Peninsula and in particular Slea Head drive provide some of the most beautiful scenic areas in the world. A haven for walkers and popular with cyclists, horse riders and golfers, the scenery is truly unique. The love of our native tongue, Gaeilge is very evident here. We have a great pride in our culture, traditions and heritage and are eager to welcome and introduce our visitors to this. We have over the years attracted many artists and crafts people from all over the globe. World renowned potters, weavers, painters and writers have made this area their home. So be warned, you may come here to Dingle for a holiday and never leave! Popular activities available from Dingle Slea Head drive - scenic beauty Dolphin watching or swimming with Fungi the Dingle Dolphin Horse riding on the beach or through the mountains Fishing Blasket Island boat tours Music and Irish culture Cycling or car touring around country lanes Archaeological tours Scuba diving
A sixth generation working farm, Murphy's B&B is nestling at the foot of the Slieve Mish Mountains on the Dingle Peninsula. The farmhouse is ideally located on the road to Dingle and on the Wild Atlantic Way for touring the Dingle Peninsula and the Ring of Kerry. Castlemaine village is the gateway between both areas. This traditional and comfortable farmhouse, offering B&B, is renowned for its friendly welcome and excellent cuisine, providing an extensive breakfast menu to choose from, which will satisfy the most discerning of food lovers. All bedrooms have en suite bathrooms, king size beds, electric blankets, television and tea & coffee. For the golfing enthusiast, Murphy's Farmhouse B&B is ideally located as it is within a 30 minute drive from the following world renowned golf courses. These include Killarney, Ballybunion, Barrow, Dooks and Killorglin. Walking is another activity that the area is proud to offer. Murphy's Farmhouse B&B is perfectly situated for the Kerry Way and the Dingle Way walking routes. Inch beach is a 15 minute drive where surfing and windsurfing is available.
Dingle B&B: Seaside traditional stone cottage located along the beautiful shores of Dingle Bay. Cosy, quiet, safe retreat in the town two streets away from gourmet restaurants, traditional pubs, craft shops, art galleries, harbour tours and Ocean World. We provide Wifi internet access from bedrooms. If you are looking for self catering.