These cluster of pretty self catering holiday cottages are situated on an elevated site overlooking Dingle harbour in County Kerry. Dingle Harbour Cottages are a short 5-minute easy stroll from the heart of this colourful seaside town on the scenic Dingle Peninsula.When you arrive between May 28th to August 25th the rental fee includes electricity to the value of €21 for 3 nights, €28 for 4 nights, €35 for 5 nights, €42 for 6 nights, €50 for 7 nights and so forth.New Cooked Breakfast Box OptionGuests can now order a freshly cooked breakfast box at Dingle Harbour Cottages. Start your day with a freshly cooked breakfast packed with delicious local produce. One of the best things about holidays is having everyone around one table for a memorable meal together. The breakfast box is packed with delicious ingredients; sausages, rashers, grilled tomatoes, hash browns, baked beans, scrambled eggs, brown bread and butter. Breakfast boxes are delivered to your holiday home on the morning of choice, prices start from €30 per box for 5 guests. Description of our cluster of holiday accommodation in DingleSet in a horseshoe shape around a large green area these cluster of holiday cottages in Dingle are the perfect base for a group getaway or family holiday in Kerry. Our younger self-catering guests will enjoy playing games on the large green surrounding this cul-de-sac of holiday accommodation in Dingle. Alfresco dining is an option too as each holiday cottage has a picnic bench situated outside the front door.
In total there are 19 holiday cottages; 15 holiday cottages sleep 6 guests and 4 of our holiday cottages sleep 7 guests comfortably. Dingle Harbour Cottages Description – Sleeps 6These pretty seaside cottages with brightly coloured doors are spacious and well equipped. On the ground floor there is a spacious open plan kitchen, living room and dining room area. The cottage style kitchen has everything you need for a comfortable self-catering holiday in Ireland. This open plan area has tiled floors and an open fire perfect for relaxing beside after a long day exploring the Dingle Peninsula and beyond.
Double glass sliding doors lead from the living room area to the rear garden.
These holiday cottages in Dingle have 3 bedrooms and sleep 6 guests comfortably:
- Twin bedroom, sleeping 2
- Double bedroom, sleeping 2
- Twin bedroom, sleeping 2
There is a family bathroom with shower located on the ground floor and an additional family bathroom with shower over bath located on the first floor.
Wi-Fi is available for all our self-catering guests at Dingle Harbour Cottages. Top Visitor Attraction Discounts in DingleWhen you book direct with Trident Holiday Homes you will get up to 20% off top tourist attractions in Dingle. Once you have paid in full for your holiday home you will receive an email with the relevant promo codes.
Dingle Darkroom (20% Discount) - George Jackson offers immersive photography and sightseeing tours on the Dingle Peninsula and throughout Kerry.
Dingle Oceanworld Aquarium (10% Discount) – the perfect tourist activity for all weathers, a unique and interesting attraction where you will learn about the wonders of the ocean and experience magnificent sea life.
Dingle Sea Safari (10% Discount) - experience breath-taking scenery and the majestic coastline of Dingle Bay when you go on a tour with Dingle Sea Safari.
About Dingle TownSituated in a Gaeltacht region Dingle or An Daingean in Irish is the only town on the Dingle Peninsula. Dingle town is 50km from Tralee town and 71km for Killarney National Park in County Kerry.
Dingle town is a vibrant fishing port, nestled on the edge of a large natural estuary situated between rugged mountains and the Atlantic Ocean. Colourful buildings, pretty shops, traditional pubs and cosy cafes line the quaint winding streets in this busy town.
There are roughly 30 pubs in Dingle town, each with their own unique character and charm. Foxy John’s is a hardware store, a bike hire spot and a traditional Irish pub all under one roof – a visit to Foxy John’s should be top of your to do list when visiting Dingle. Another firm favourite is McCarthy’s Bar over 150 years old it is officially the oldest pub in Dingle. Flaherty’s on Bridge Street is packed with character and a great spot to perch yourself on New Years Eve to ring in the New Year. Arrive early to O’Sullivan’s Courthouse Pub to experience the sights and sounds of live traditional music.
Dingle town in the past has won ‘Foodie Town of Ireland’ and Dingle Peninsula has become renowned as a food and drink destination in Ireland. There are a wide variety of restaurants from casual dining to award winning gourmet dining experiences. Understandably restaurants serve the best fresh fish and shellfish caught locally. Dingle lamb reared on the rugged Dingle Peninsula is another firm favourite.
From Dingle Harbour you can experience a wide range of boat trips, go sea angling, rib sea safari, book a private charter or go on a family boat trip to see Fungi, Dingle’s much loved and famous dolphin.
For groups activities and family holiday ideas in Dingle, go sea kayaking along the stunning coastline and explore sea caves or rock climbing on the amazing Dingle sea cliffs.
Other top attractions in Dingle town include The Dingle Distillery, Dingle Oceanworld and St. James Church. From March to October you can book a tour at The Dingle Distillery. Learn about the products produced there, such as Dingle Gin and Dingle Vodka, you will also get an introduction into Irish whiskey. Dingle Original Gin won the top prize at the World Gin Awards in London.
Ireland's largest aquarium, Dingle Oceanworld is less that a 3 minute walk from Dingle Harbour Cottages. A wonderful indoor family attraction in the centre of Dingle town, with an array of fish, sharks, otters and penguins and otters. Kids will love the touch pool at the indoor aquarium and learning fun and interesting facts about the ocean.
St James' Church is also a beautiful cultural space in Dingle and, throughout the year, hosts a programme of diverse events ranging from traditional folk music concerts and exhibitions to lectures and films. One such event, which has brought St James’ Church worldwide acclaim, is the internationally famous 'Other Voices’ music series, recorded by RTE2.
Dingle town has firmly established itself as a hub for festivals, artists, musicians, foodies, stag parties, hen parties, and weddings. Top festivals in Dingle include the Dingle Food Festival held in October, Féile na Bealtaine held in May and the Dingle Film Festival held in March.Things to see and do on the Dingle PeninsulaOnce called “the most beautiful place on earth” by National Geographic, Dingle Peninsula has a variety of top attractions and activities.
For a holiday experience you’ll never forget visit the Blasket Islands, an uninhabited group of islands off the west coast of Ireland. Home to one of the largest seal colonies on the Atlantic coast this island offers spectacular hikes and panoramic views. Catch the ferry at Dún Chaoin Pier opposite the island a 20-minute crossing, at the marina in Dingle town, a 40-minute trip or at Ventry Pier.
Dotted along the coast on Kerry’s Wild Atlantic Way you will discover an array of beautiful beaches, such as Ventry, Inch, Stradbally and Clogher Strand to name but a few.
Go on a scenic drive and experience Conor’s Pass, the highest mountain pass in Ireland. This road provides the most dramatic and scenic crossing from the north to south coast of the Dingle Peninsula. Another scenic drive or cycle on your list of things to see and do in Dingle should be The Slea Head Drive. This is a circular route, forming part of the Wild Atlantic Way, beginning and ending in Dingle, which passes by Coumeenole Beach one of the most spectacular beaches in Ireland. On route you will find a large number of attractions and stunning views on the western end of the Dingle Peninsula.
Hill walking holidays in Dingle are very popular, experience the best of the Dingle Peninsula on some of the most scenic hikes in Ireland. Walk from Conor Pass to Croaghskearda Loop, take in the 3 Peaks of Annascaul or walk part of the Dingle Way. Of course, you could also take on Mount Brandon or Brandon at 952 metres, the 8th–highest peak in Ireland.
Musicians, artisan food suppliers and artists love Dingle and get inspiration from its rugged scenery and peaceful surroundings. After a holiday in Dingle you and your guests with leave with lifelong memories and a longing to return again and again to experience it's dramatic scenery and the vibrant seaside town of Dingle.