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An Portán Guest House, hotel in Dunquin

The family run An Portan Guesthouse is situated in Dún Chaoin on the edge of the Dingle Peninsula. The rooms at An Portan are all at ground floor level and are arranged in a courtyard style.

The staff were so brilliant at accommodating us arriving very late at night. Breakfast was 10/10. Shower was amazing. Views are unreal.
9.0
Scored 9.0
Superb
Rated superb
473 reviews
Price from£118.12per night
Dunquin House Bed and Breakfast, hotel in Dunquin

Featuring a garden and views of sea, Dunquin House Bed and Breakfast is a recently renovated bed and breakfast located in Dunquin, 2.9 km from Coumeenoole Beach.

The host was incredibly kind and helpful. The view from the house is absolutely stunning, and we enjoyed taking peaceful walks around the village every morning. We'd definitely return.
9.6
Scored 9.6
Exceptional
Rated exceptional
169 reviews
Price from£126.56per night
Hotel Ceann Sibeal, hotel in Dunquin

Ceann Sibéal Hotel is in the centre 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...

That's a great breakfast, I hope we'll visit again. Clean room and staff is very good. Thank you
8.4
Scored 8.4
Very good
Rated very good
769 reviews
Price from£129.93per night
Old Irish farmhouse, hotel in Dunquin

Offering sea views, Old Irish farmhouse is an accommodation set in Dingle, 2.9 km from Coumeenoole Beach and 15 km from Dingle Oceanworld Aquarium.

We were shocked by how beautiful the view here was. So stunning and still only a 5 min drive into town for lots of dinner options. Lots of parking so wasn't a problem and we were able to self check in which was handy. Use of fully stocked kitchen was great and breakfast was good. Could have your food outside and soak up the views. Room was a good size, shower hot and bed comfy. Owner let us hold lambs free of charge and spent the morning having lamb cuddles
9.2
Scored 9.2
Superb
Rated superb
1,147 reviews
Price from£88.59per night
The Plough B&B, hotel in Dunquin

With panoramic views of Ventry Bay’s Blue Flag beach, The Plough B&B boasts free Wi-Fi and free private parking. This peaceful family home is situated in the village of Ventry, just 7 km from Dingle.

Our host Beatrice was wonderful, full of warmth and chat. The views from the front of the house over Ventry beach are superb. The breakfast is very good and you really feel as though you are experiencing the host's home. The shared dining table allows for morning chats over breakfast with the other guests which is always enjoyable.
8.1
Scored 8.1
Very good
Rated very good
257 reviews
Price from£126.56per night
Granville House Apartments & Glamping Site, hotel in Dunquin

Set in Ballyferriter and only 12 km from Dingle Oceanworld Aquarium, Granville House Apartments & Glamping Site offers accommodation with sea views, free WiFi and free private parking.

Ideal self-catering accommodation, which suited us as we like to cook. The bed was very comfortable.
8.9
Scored 8.9
Fabulous
Rated fabulous
133 reviews
Price from£80.15per night
Gleann Loic Farmhouse, hotel in Dunquin

Located in Dingle and only 3 km from Coumeenoole Beach, Gleann Loic Farmhouse provides accommodation with sea views, free WiFi and free private parking.

Padraig was a fantastic host and the location was perfect - 10 minute walk from the pub (Krugers) and along the Dingle Way, which we were hiking. Breakfast was just what we needed before our next days hike, which was supplied by Padraig and is left for you to make as you see fit. The front porch has an amazing view and is a great way to cap off the evening and take in a sunset. Highly recommend!
8.9
Scored 8.9
Fabulous
Rated fabulous
486 reviews
Price from£91.12per night
Coastguard Lodge Hostel at Tigh TP, hotel in Dunquin

Set in Dingle, 10 km from Dingle Oceanworld Aquarium, Coastguard Lodge Hostel at Tigh TP offers accommodation with a terrace, free private parking, a restaurant and a bar.

The hosts were wonderful making us feel at home, and the location was breathtakingly beautiful. We had a very special few days in Ballydavid and look forward to returning. We took our five month old son and felt it was very comfortable for all our needs.
7.5
Scored 7.5
Good
Rated good
181 reviews
Price from£84.37per night
Dingle Bay Hotel, hotel in Dunquin

Situated 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.

Central location
8.8
Scored 8.8
Fabulous
Rated fabulous
1,425 reviews
Price from£122.34per night
Dingle Skellig Hotel, hotel in Dunquin

Just 200 metres from Dingle Bay, the Dingle Skellig Hotel and Peninsula Spa has a leisure club with childrens pool as well as a 17mtr poolm a restaurant and gym.

The breakfast was generous and lovely. The music at night in the bar area was terrific.
8.3
Scored 8.3
Very good
Rated very good
283 reviews
Price from£160.31per night
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What guests said about Dunquin:

  • 10
    Scored 10

    I sent a review of Dunquin House that was too critical.

    I sent a review of Dunquin House that was too critical. Please remove the review from the sight. I do recommend hanger and for the bathroom. I appreciate your canceling the second night Thank you!
    Nora
    United States
  • 10
    Scored 10

    I loved the location, the views, the area was lovely & quiet...

    I loved the location, the views, the area was lovely & quiet & only a short drive to great beaches & some great places to walk & relax & enjoy the fantastic views, the beach was our favourite, not crowded, nice & sheltered & only a few mins drive from the guest house.
    Sarah
    Ireland
  • 10
    Scored 10

    Boat trip to the Great Blasket Island was well worth it.

    Boat trip to the Great Blasket Island was well worth it. The visitor centre is a beautiful building and should also be visited.Take the local walks which are well signposted and visit Wine Strand which is a short drive away.
    Brigid
    Ireland
  • 10
    Scored 10

    Very rural.

    Very rural. Most spectacular landscape, with breathtaking views of the off shore islands, beaches and cliffs. The pubs were lively and the bar staff very friendly. Lovely to hear the native language. Beautiful area to cycle around on a bicycle. Hidden smaller beaches around.
    vivian
    Ireland
  • 10
    Scored 10

    The journey to Dunquin round Slea Head is a great experience...

    The journey to Dunquin round Slea Head is a great experience. Visiting Great Blasket Island continues to be a pleasure and the Blasket Centre exhibition helped to make this more so for our travelling companions.
    James
    Ireland