I think some more research is advisable!
"The Conor Pass is the highest mountain pass in Ireland. It is situated on the Dingle Peninsula in County Kerry, on the road that crosses the peninsula between Dingle Town and the coast the other side. The Mountains the Pass crosses are the Brandon Mountains and contain Ireland's second highest peak Brandon Mountain at 3127 ft. From Dingle Town the road runs some 4½ miles rising to 1500 ft as it winds its way to the pass. There are wonderful views of the coast. At the Pass there is a carpark where you are confronted with this magnificent sight. The road then carries on down towards Brandon Bay past cliffs, a waterfall and lakes"
As you can see, Conor Pass is not a place it is a road. It is unlikely you will be allowed to camp out in the car park. As far as Camp goes, I'll let the Ireland experts comment on that but I really don't think there is much there!
My apologies for not being clear. The house is in Dingle on Conor Pass Road. Thank you.
are you looking at B and Bs or a holiday rental? I would stay in Dingle town,
any rental on the Connor Pass road is going to be out of town on a steep road, not easily walkable into town with little ones which means that although technically in Dingle, you will all have to pile into the car to get anywhere at all, There is nothing to do in Camp on a wet day, (and not a lot on a dry one!) in Dingle there is the Aquarium, the Marina, boat trips etc.
Why these locations? You state in your other post that you are going to use the base to explore other areas. The Dingle Peninsular is not a Touring Base?
Your one year old will not be a problem anywhere, but your 5 year old might want a place with a secure garden and away from traffic to let off steam?
A couple of sites we use for holiday rentals are www.shamrockcottages.co.uk/…
From Castlegregory you could go in one direction to Dingle and in the other to Tralee and in another to Killarney.
Good points there from Harvey Ireland. I just have a soft spot for Beal Ban beach near Ballyferriter
The trouble with Tripadvisor is that they don't allow your average self catering place to have listings - not many people realise that. We have just come back from an ace holiday home in the Maharees but I can't review it. Mind you I tried to review a pub in the Lake District last month and Tripadvisor just deleted it (it was a very positive review - maybe we are just supposed to slag places off?)
Why don't Tripadvisor let self catering places list? This post will self destruct in a day or two :-)
Fatkat, why don't you ask on the support forum but do a nice review here on the Ireland Forum tripadvisor.ie/ShowForum-g1-i12105-TripAdvis…