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Located in Glenbeigh, 21 miles from St. Mary's Cathedral, The Glenbeigh Hotel has accommodations with a restaurant, free private parking, a bar and a garden. We loved the decoration and the size of our room. The bed was very comfortable. The dinner in the restaurant and the breakfast were really good.
In the picturesque village of Glenbeigh, 1.5 miles from Rossbeigh Beach, is the family-run Towers Hotel Glenbeigh. The hotel is old fashioned but comfortable. It has an interesting history and lots of old world charm. Staff are really friendly and helpful. Fabulous restaurant and bar
Set in the village of Glenbeigh, the Kerry Ocean Lodge has far-reaching views of Rossbeigh Beach and Seefin Mountain. This family-run lodge offers rooms with power showers and home-cooked breakfasts. I liked everything about the b&b! Great location near the beach, friendly staff, excellent comfort very clean and the rooms were more like hotel rooms! Very spacious, there was a kettle and TV with private bathroom too! Me and my partner loved it! Would definitely book here again in future, highly recommend
Jacks' Coastguard Cottage Vacation home offers accommodations in Cromane, just a 5-minute drive from Glenbeigh and Killorglin on the Ring of Kerry. Kerry Bog Village Museum is 3.1 mi away. Value for money. Beautiful scenario. Proximity to beach. Beside Pub and Restaurant. Friendly hosts
Located in Glenbeigh in the Kerry region, Earlscourt has accommodations with free WiFi and free private parking. The owners of Earlscourt are so kind, welcoming and considerate. You feel as if you are at home, away from home. The location of Earlscourt in relation to Glenbeigh's restaurants and social areas, is close but not so close that you have any interfering noises at all. The absolute perfect blend. The short distance to the Glenbeigh hotel is a perfect amble for a lovely roast dinner and tipple. Lastly the large gated area for parking was an added touch to feeling safe and secure while relaxing on holiday.
A great little village. Only 1 shop in the fuel station, but it was just about enough. Beach close by (Rossbeigh), although Kells beach was much nicer as it's more secluded and out of the wind. Unless you want the wind! Few nice short and long walks accessible from Glenbeigh.
The one thing that really stands out was how friendly and helpful all the staff in all the local business we went into were. Glenbeigh has everything you could need within walking distance and Rossbeigh beach is amazing too.
Maureen was wonderfully attentive and made sure our breakfast was just the way we wanted it. Great location in the heart of town, with a great French bistro pizza parlor right across the street, and a very active pub a half block away.
A beautiful charming town located on the wonderful scenic 'ring of Kerry' and a mile away from the magnificent Rosbeigh 'Strand' (beach), where you might bathe or picnic, with the spectacular 'Dooks' links golf course nearby, in addition to horse riding and hiking everywhere. A spectacular, healthy and invigorating break for those who might be stressed out in urban locations.
City streets easy to navigate. Ate dinners at Jack’s (great food and service) but prepared breakfasts- found the Super Value grocery store fully stocked with all items- bakery, meat, dairy, over the counter drug items, etc. and good opening hours.
Glenbeigh is so picturesque. There's so much to do and see nearby on the Ring of Kerry- historical buildings, natural beauty, spectacular cliffs. Its best to drive to make the most of a trip to Glenbeigh.
The location was AMAZING - A gorgeous gateway to the Ring of Kerry. There were 2 beautiful beaches to choose from, a fairy forest a well sticked supermarket. There was also a pub with live music within walking distance and the Towers Hotel.
Glenbeigh is stunning and Towers Hotel was an excellent spot for us to explore the area. It’s dog friendly too so Tex got to come on holidays with us too. Highly recommend and only 2kms from Rossbeigh Beach which the kids loved.
Handy for walking to pubs and restaurants. Owner is very friendly and accommodating. The Irish breakfast was delicious.
Location was excellent which was easily accessible and a great base for exploring Dingle, Ring of Kerry etc.
Glenbeigh has a lovely beach/ playground
Unique bedroom Restaurant inside the hotel