I love old and ancient sites and artefacts so am not normally bored visiting such places. However, I felt totally uninspired during my recent visit to the BeeHive huts on the Dingle Peninsula. It was plain to see that restorative work is being carried out on some of the huts and that obviously affects the atmosphere of the place but I still felt it was lacking in some other way. These huts have a lot of history and stories to tell but I didn't get any of that. More attention needs to be afforded to this attraction by the private owner and relevant agencies or bodies. Also, if you're wheelchair bound or have difficulty walking up steep slopes then this attraction will not suit. Come on Kerry, you're better than this.
On the plus side, once you've reached the BeeHive huts the views of the surrounding area are splendid.
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