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All reviews great location rooms are small breakfast was delicious in town full irish breakfast central location a great stay fantastic hosts two nights local knowledge live music enjoyed our stay pubs and restaurants night stay porridge b and b maurice
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Reviewed 17 July 2018 via mobile

We stayed here during our honeymoon and LOVED it.

The Quayside B&B is cozy and clean. Please know going in "cozy" means a small room. You get a bed...and breakfast. Pretty simple. The third B is an en suite bathroom which was also small but adequate for the usual needs.

There's lots of charm to this place, built in the 1850s. It's in a perfect location in downtown Dingle. We walked everywhere after finding street parking easily upon arrival.

Maurice wowed us immediately with his warmth and humor. He's a lot of fun and he likes "having the craic," which is banter and teasing in a good-natured way. Therese served us the best breakfast we've had so far on our trip (a Dublin Fry in Kerry no less!) . We can't say enough about how much we enjoyed meeting them.

It's sad to see some of the cranky reviews for the Quayside B&B. Our experience was 100% positive and we look forward to staying again

Date of stay: July 2018
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank Dave N
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Reviewed 17 July 2018 via mobile

Excellent location and great hosts. Prepare to laugh with their humor. Great little breakfast to order with great service. Rooms are small but clean and comfortable Full bath for each. Steps from the bus stop, grocery, pubs and shopping. Park and walk everywhere.

Date of stay: July 2018
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank John S
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Reviewed 8 July 2018

At the western end of the south west coast of Ireland its all its cracked up to be. Beautiful, windy and changeable weather. From hot to cold and dry to wet its all Ireland. Great choices of cafe's, restaurants, pubs and shops. Shop if you wish or see the Wild Atlantic Way. Either way you can't lose. The Atlantic way is narrow and winding. You can hold your breath if you like but the views are spectacular (unless you are driving). The Dingle Peninsula is filled with "wild beauty of the Atlantic."

Date of stay: August 2017
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank smichelini2017
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Reviewed 1 July 2018 via mobile

The first thing to note about this B and B is that it is not for anyone with mobility problems. The only way to the reception is up a steep flight of stairs and we saw no bell or way of contacting the proprietor to ask for help with our cases without first climbing up the stairs. The proprietor's welcome was warm but his familiarity and sense of humour was a little lost on us at that point. Our room was described as a 'deluxe double' on our hotel voucher and certainly wasn't either deluxe or double. It was a back room. The double bed was squeezed between the door and the wardrobe so no bedside tables. One side of the bed was hard up against the wardrobe so the only way to get out of bed was by climbing over the other person or shuffling to the end of the bed. The ensuite was adequate but there was nowhere to put towels, toiletries or anything else. It was so small the shower mat had to be folded double to fit on the floor. The ceiling sloped as it was an attic room so not for a tall person. The only window in the room was a velux in the roof which gave a view of the apex of the house next door and the odd seagull that landed on it. If we were in a prime position in Dingle harbour you would never have known it. Fawlty Towers came to mind but at least that establishment had space and a reception that you could reach without needing oxygen! I appreciate that this man is trying to make a living but I do feel that his jokey attitude borders on the over-familiar to the point of rudeness. The small room we were given should be advertised as a single or at least described accurately. The details given for this B and B were misleading. On the plus side, breakfast was very nice and the proprietor's wife was lovely and very informative with travel tips.

Date of stay: July 2018
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank Dobdotcom
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Quayside D, Manager at The Dingle Quayside, responded to this reviewResponded 10 July 2018

Thank you for your review. We noticed a few issues on your review. Yes the Quayside is on the first floor and is only accessible by stairs. We pride ourselves on giving a warm welcome, as we believe this is what is expected when a guest checks into a small Irish B&B. As we have only 6 bedrooms, with 3 having a seaview, we unfortunately cannot provide seaview rooms for all our guests. The Quayside is on the first floor of a converted stable, which gives it its quaint charm that most guests love, but which also means some sloped ceilings. This guesthouse is located in a prime position in Dingle town looking over the harbour. For each room type we provide pictures of each room, but as each room is very different only one photo for each room type will match the room a guest stays in. Thank you for the compliments on our breakfast and informative staff.

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Reviewed 16 June 2018

Great location for town ,restaurants & harbour. Yes our room was on the small side (particularly if you are 6'6 & 20st like me) but still comfortable and fine for 2 night stay , however this was more than made up for by Maurice & Therese. Very friendly , great craic at breakfast and basically any time of day. We had many laughs and were made to feel at home , nothing was too much trouble
We left an item behind in room and Therese kindly text me to advise and sent the item by post to UK
Hopefully we will visit Dingle again and we will be booking in the Quayside

Date of stay: June 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank Neil G
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