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We stayed one night here in a private room, and were mostly impressed with the room itself - decent size, comfortable enough bed and even came with a desk !
Skylight with no blind was a little annoying, and there was a leak from the...More
We enjoyed a private room upstairs that had a sink we could use for laundry. Lovely clothesline and washer/dryer facilities, too! The kitchen was a bit dark but lively and accommodating. Definitely a place that welcomes families. Only drawback was the mile walk into Dingle,...More
Came here as part of our Explorer Belt expedition round Ireland. We were a little worried as they have quite a strict 'no pre-booking' policy for camping but there was enough room for camping for just 10 euros a night. They had a great kitchen...More
Family of 5 packed into room of 3 bunk beds. Did know we were not getting family room but while lying on lower bunk, could touch other two bunks at the same time with arm/leg without stretching. Smells from kitchen was Strong, to say the...More
Emailed a week before to see was any booking for campsite necessary, and they said first come first serve, and best get there early to avoid disappointment.
Arrived late afternoon and found a spot easy enough for the tent. Showers and toilets available and use...More
Hello! Okay, first, there are TONS of bars in Dingle. Basically Dingle is a two road town. On those two roads is something ridiculous, like 45 pubs. So there are plenty of pubs near you. My favorites while I was there were... More
Hello! Okay, first, there are TONS of bars in Dingle. Basically Dingle is a two road town. On those two roads is something ridiculous, like 45 pubs. So there are plenty of pubs near you. My favorites while I was there were: John Benny's Pub (great traditional Irish atmosphere with live music in the evening), The Dingle Pub (another traditional Irish pub) and Doyle's (which is technically a restaurant but if you're looking for a more upscale feel this is the one for you. GREAT food too). All of these bars are a 2 minute drive, 10-15 minute walk. Easy, easy. Hope this helps!
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"All rooms seem the same but didnt get to look at many. Everyone seemed happy there."