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In Dingle, in County Kerry, Milltown House Dingle has accommodations with private bathrooms, free Wi-Fi and free private parking. This property has a stunning location overlooking Dingle Bay. Quiet and picturesque location with beautiful views of the water. Staff was incredibly friendly and easy-going. Plenty of places to lounge and relax. The bar area was a particular favorite, with many local selections and comfortable seating with plenty of interesting reading material. Very easy access by car to the city, Conor Pass, and Slea Head Drive.
Located in the heart of Dingle by by pier and marina, the family-owned Dingle Bay Hotel offers free Wi-Fi in certain areas, free parking, a stylish bar, and a restaurant. Ideally located in the centre of Dingle.
In central Dingle, Benners Hotel offers traditional, spacious rooms and Irish cuisine, on the shores of the Dingle peninsula. Benners is a classic hotel with old world charm and ambiance. breakfast was excellent. Fresh cooked to order. Coffee great, and great choice of buffet.
Offering views over the bay, Dingle Peninsula Hotel is set a 7 minutes' drive from Dingle. Fantastic hotel great staff Lyle was was funny and very helpful
Ceann Sibéal Hotel is in the center of Ballyferriter on the Dingle Peninsula, halfway along Slea Head Drive with its breathtaking views, including views of Ceann Sibeal headland, site for the shooting... Response from the hotel was quick and their taxi recommendations helped us a lot when booking. Our room was huge and we appreciated an extention code so that we could get our electric devises charged without a fight. Breakfast service was swift and friendly. Lots of locals seemed to enjoy their professional services too which is always a good sign.
Just 656 feet from Dingle Bay, the Dingle Skellig Hotel and Peninsula Spa has 3 pools, a restaurant and gym. Spacious bedrooms have private bathrooms and satellite TV. Great room with an amazing view. The staff were really friendly and hospitable and the outdoor hot tub in the snow was amazing
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On average, it costs $104 per night to book a 3-star hotel in Dingle for tonight. You'll pay around $115 if you choose to stay in a 4-star hotel tonight, while a 5-star hotel in Dingle will cost around $105, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
The average price per night for a 3-star hotel in Dingle this weekend is $259 or, for a 4-star hotel, $212. Looking for something even fancier? 5-star hotels in Dingle for this weekend cost around $284 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
On average, 3-star hotels in Dingle cost $145 per night, and 4-star hotels in Dingle are $140 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Dingle can be found for $180 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
I'm planning a second trip to Ireland just to go back to Dingle alone. The entire peninsula is amazing, but my favorite was the town of Dingle. We stayed nearby at the Dingle Peninsula Hotel, which I feel so bad for failing to post a review of - I cannot recommend it highly enough. A lovely staff, great attitudes, a fantastic bar and restaurant. Great breakfast with delicious gluten-free bread. Our first day we went to Dunquin Harbor, which was quite the workout on the way back up! We ate at Murphy's Pub (the best stew we had while in Ireland!). We stopped at the well-stocked SuperValu for our nightly snack. For the most part, a slow day to recuperate from a day of driving before. That's the night we stayed at Dingle Peninsula Hotel. The next day we hit up the Gallarus Oratory, which was very interesting. Then we decided to check out the Dingle Aquarium. That was extremely fun, and educational. We then walked around the town of Dingle, tried to peek Fungie out in the harbor (no luck!), did some shopping, grabbed some coffee at An Cupan Tae. Probably won't stop by there again, I'd prefer to return to Murphy's or try something new. Getting around Dingle (both the town and peninsula) was very relaxed and parking and traffic was no issue at all. It was much more relaxing than the craziness of the Ring of Kerry. I can't wait to return.
We loved Dingle! It is the quintessential Irish town: brightly painted buildings, pubs galore, friendly locals, good food, great scenery. It's also a great base for driving around the peninsula and seeing all the beautiful land and seascapes and historic sights.
We always love to visit Dingle- since we were kids. But apparently a lot of other people do too now! My one and only complaint is that the traffic is terrible, and because it is so popular it’s not really the same little town that we remember in time is gone by. The traffic is of course because its such a wonderful place, But I’m afraid it’s starting to affect the town
Dingle is a charming village with great pubs and live Irish music every night. Stay at Murphy’s pub and b&b, and walk to the best attractions in town. Ask your friendly innkeeper for great recommendations. Local attractions include an aquarium, breweries, a distillery, and a fantastic beach at Inch. The Slea head drive is full of scenic beauty, rugged coastline, bee hive huts, artisans’ shops, and smaller villages. Drive Connor pass if you dare (it’s narrow) and enjoy spectacular views. It’s well worth taking your time to enjoy all that Dingle has to offer.
Dingle is a town showing the way things were...and is also historically fascinating. we had beautiful weather for the drive but still only had time for half of it on our one day visit . Make sure you go CLOCKWISE! People who do otherwise are MAKING A DANGEROUS MISTAKE
The weather wasn't the best for driving around Slea Head Drive but we were still able to take in most of the sights just missed out on some of the views. We stopped at pottery houses and gallery's and lovely coffee shops for hot tea, coffee and fresh scones. Had great seafood dinners and a fun time at the Dingle Pub which had 2 different bands the 2 nights we were there and one night a national champion Irish dancer performed showing off some fancy footwork. Took a walk out on the morning we left to the Dingle Lighthouse off Bin Bam where Fungi the dolphin hangs out and we got to see him cavorting amidst a few boats that had gathered there.The first afternoon we arrived we took a hike behind the fire station in a sheep pasture. Its very rocky so sturdy boots are recommended, but there's a gorgeous view of the bay and Dingle town.
9.6 Exceptional 451 reviews
The B&B was very clean, homey, and decorated nicely. Our room was very nice with a great view. Kathleen was a great host. We loved her little poodle dog Sam! Kathleen drove us into the downtown of Dingle, which we weren’t expecting she would do. So that was really nice! Breakfast was really good as well! It was one of our favorite stays of our trip around Ireland!
9.8 Exceptional 251 reviews
From the time we arrived we felt welcomed and everyone was super. We had a little peek of the water from our room. The bed was very comfortable. Mary made custom breakfasts for all guests. And French pressed coffee. It was delicious. Dingle was one of our favorite towns in Ireland. We would definitely return and stay here again.
9.8 Exceptional 231 reviews
Greenmount House was excellent in every respect. I rarely complete reviews but this accommodation stands out above the rest. It’s a professionally run family business with superb accommodation and super breakfast. The location is important as it’s in short walking distance of Dingle town... This family just go the extra mile...
9.7 Exceptional 228 reviews
Hosts were really great and so helpful. We were attending a wedding at the weekend in Dingle and the hosts kindly offered to let us change before the wedding in the b&b as we had a 4 hour drive to Dingle. Also offered to drop us to the hotel. Beautiful views of the bay from the property
8.8 Excellent 734 reviews
This hotel is located further out in the peninsula along the Slea Head Road. Good location to access Dingle and the coastal views. Shuttle service is available into Dingle but only from 6p-10p. Staff were very friendly and helpful. Breakfast was delicious.
9.5 Exceptional 217 reviews
Helen was a joy and kind. Great suggestions on how to maximise the stay. Great overlook! And such a nice breakfast with a great selection of foods. Dingle is a delightful town/village and the road trips around the peninsula are fantastic.
9.2 Awesome 432 reviews
What an amazing place! Walking distance from Dingle, panoramic view of the surrounding bay and a very interesting house. The scenery, friendly owner, cleanliness and great town makes this a must to stay at if you are ever in the vicinity!
9.5 Exceptional 170 reviews
Friendly great hosts. Spotless rooms. Hot water always there. Fresh fruit salad at breakfast. Offered drop us to hotel for the wedding so I didn’t have leave my car at hotel. Super close to skellig hotel and town.
9.7 Exceptional 250 reviews
Lovely property. Our room was large, well appointed and spotless. Fabulous views of the bay. Easy walk into town. Very friendly and helpful staff. The BEST breakfast we had during our 9 day trip in Ireland.
8.6 Excellent 519 reviews
Great hotel in the centre of Dingle, room although small was clean and well equipped, staff were very helpful, private parking to the rear was a bonus when on a motorcycle trip.
9.6 Exceptional 192 reviews
Great place to stay when visiting Dingle. Close to the town center with plenty of parking. Rooms were very clean and updated. Hosts were welcoming, kind, and helpful!
8.8 Excellent 390 reviews
Good location in the town of dingle- easy to find, good jumping off point for drives/adventures on the peninsula, close to pubs, dining, etc
9.1 Awesome 467 reviews
Dingle is beautiful! Location of hotel is great, right in centre of all the action. Very lively location. Staff are friendly.
8.1 Very Good 893 reviews
We had such a great night in dingle and this hotel was perfect close enough to the town and the rooms were lovely and clean.
9.4 Awesome 96 reviews
It was comfortable with beautiful views and easy access to the peninsula as well as town. Would love to stay there again.
8.5 Very Good 589 reviews
Lovely, clean, quiet hotel in an excellent location. Great location to explore dingle. Amazing view from our room.
9.5 Exceptional 311 reviews
Loved our seaview room, it was enormous with lovely heated flooring in the bathroom. Breakfast was amazing too - three courses! Perfect location, short walk to town. Beautifully decorated house.
8.3 Very Good 1,149 reviews
We loved the staff, location, and the hotel. Everyone was so nice and accommodating. The parking was easy and everything was a quick walk away. We only spent one night there but it was very nice.
7.8 Good 39 reviews
Fantastic location could walk into local town and restaurants in minutes. House was very spacious but did find it a bit cold heating downstairs was not very effective.
9.0 Awesome 426 reviews
Staff great, location great, would recommend to family and friends.