This little B&B is truly a magical place. The breakfasts are more like feasts, check out their website for menus, you will be surprised to find things like "Fresh Porridge served with a dash of Cooley Whiskey, Irish Mist or Baileys, Brown Sugar and Fresh Cream" - come on, this is crazy!
The rooms are great too, big and decorated with taste. The whole place is clean and the owners plus staff are great too.
Tips for the visitors:
1) make sure you visit the Blasket Island while youre in Dingle. Its a short ride by boat from a little harbour hidden on R559. Alternatively you can go there from the Dingle harbour, which is also nice because you get to see a lot during the trip. Blasket island is a small island where only one woman lives with loads of rabbits, sheep and donkeys. Amazing place.
2) take a ride around the peninsula (road R559), we did that and we have been stopping every couple of hundred meters because the landscapes were so beautiful
All in all we spent there a great weekend!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Our luxurious guest house is located on the shores of Dingle Bay, so it enjoys a fabulous view while just being a five minute walk to the vibrant centre of Dingle town. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Castlewood House Hotel Dingle
- Castlewood Hotel Dingle