The hotel is very old world. If I had an Irish grandmother, I imagine this is how her house would be decorated. It was certainly is not my taste, but still charming. Located right on Main Street, easy walking all over town. We parked without issue (free)and walked everywhere. We had a superior four poster bed room. It was quite large and overlooked a small garden (104). The desk ppl were great as I has called as I wanted to make sure we were either on the first floor or in the hotel area that had an elevator. As I had no interest walking up stairs numerous times. She let me decide where we wanted to be. Hotel has no AC, but it was not an issue. Everything was clean and housekeeping even brought something for the bed (hard as a rock) to make it better.
I can't speak as to the breakfast, as we never went. My only real con other than the decode would be that breakfast stops at 10 as opposed to 11am
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- Dingle Benners Hotel is located in the heart of Dingle town on the beautiful and breathtaking Dingle Peninsula. Offering great quality service, luxurious accommodation and old world charm, Dingle Benners Hotel is one of County Kerry's hidden gems. Enjoy great quality food in the relaxed surroundings of Mrs Benner's Bar or relax in the cozy atmosphere of our residents lounge. ... more less
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