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Top 10 Hotels in Dingle

Dingle Harbour Lodge
3 out of 5
The Wood, Dingle, Kerry
€57
per night
15 Dec-16 Dec
3.8/5Good! (175 reviews)

"The property was clean and warm, and the breakfast was hearty and at a great price."…"

Reviewed on 2 Dec 2019

Dingle Harbour Lodge
Stunning Luxury Beachside Home With Spectacular Views of Ocean & Dingle Bay!
5/5Exceptional! (24 reviews)
Our perfect vacation

"Stayed with family at this wonderful house during Dingle food festival. House was spacious and the kitchen had everything needed to cook our meal in the evening. A lovely quiet neighborhood, just what we wanted. A quick stroll down the road and you are at a beach. Colette( house manager) couldn’t ..."…"

Reviewed on 20 Oct 2019

Stunning Luxury Beachside Home With Spectacular Views of Ocean & Dingle Bay!
Fifty-five Dingle - Holiday Home in Dingle Town
55 Cois Chnoic, Dingle, Kerry (county)
€260
per night
2 Jan-3 Jan
4.3/5Excellent! (4 reviews)
Super clean and family friendly

"It was a great place, the family fit well with multiple rooms and multiple bathrooms. Very clean, the mattresses were not very comfortable but typical of rentals. You must have a car to stay here. Walking distance within reason but for the older crowd it’s too far from the center of all the pubs. ..."…"

Reviewed on 29 Sep 2019

Fifty-five Dingle - Holiday Home in Dingle Town
Dingle Skellig Hotel & Peninsula Spa
4 out of 5
Dingle, Dingle, Kerry
€158
per night
13 Dec-14 Dec
4.2/5Excellent! (196 reviews)

"Our north facing room was cold and heating was timed"…"

Reviewed on 8 Nov 2019

Dingle Skellig Hotel & Peninsula Spa
Dingle Atlantic Lodge B&B
3 out of 5
The Mall, Dingle, Kerry
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Dingle Atlantic Lodge B&B
Fab View
4.5 out of 5
Fab View, Dingle, Dingle, County Kerry
€90
per night
8 Dec-9 Dec
5/5Exceptional! (2 reviews)

"We booked this last minute and couldn’t have been happier. The accommodation is very tidy, lovely facilities and check in was really straight forward even though we turned up after 6pm having just driven the ring of Kerry. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend."…"

Reviewed on 2 Dec 2019

Fab View
Barr na Sraide Inn
3 out of 5
Upper Main Street, Dingle, County Kerry
€117
per night
13 Dec-14 Dec
4.5/5Wonderful! (283 reviews)

"Prime location, and super friendly staff, very clean !!"…"

Reviewed on 15 Oct 2019

Barr na Sraide Inn
Hillgrove Guesthouse
3 out of 5
Spa Road, Dingle, Kerry
€64
per night
13 Dec-14 Dec
3.6/5Good! (162 reviews)

"Staffs are very friendly. Very close to the town center. Convenience and clean. Breakfast was really great."…"

Reviewed on 1 Dec 2019

Hillgrove Guesthouse
The Waterfront
3 out of 5
The Waterside, Dingle, Kerry
€50
per night
8 Dec-9 Dec
4.5/5Wonderful! (60 reviews)

"The view was as pictured. The beds were comfy. The one employee was very efficient and accommodating. The location was great. Easy walking distance to super restaurants and shops."…"

Reviewed on 8 Nov 2019

The Waterfront
Milltown House
3.5 out of 5
Milltown House, Dingle, Kerry
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4.7/5Exceptional! (58 reviews)

"Beautiful setting, welcoming staff. The dogs were delightful"…"

Reviewed on 31 Aug 2019

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Pocket Guide: Dingle

Once called “the most beautiful place on earth” by National Geographic, the Dingle Peninsula is one of the most scenic driving holidays in Ireland, and home to some of the finest beaches on the island. The Dingle Peninsula has a selection of spectacular driving routes that will allow you to explore both the rugged coastline of one of The Wild Atlantic Way’s signature routes, and the vast dominating landscape of the surrounding mountains.

Driving the Dingle Peninsula

While there are a number of short driving routes to explore when visiting Dingle, the Slea Head Drive is perhaps the most popular, starting and ending in Dingle itself. This 50km loop can be covered in a day, enabling you to easily visit many of Dingles famous attractions and landmarks. This drive covers an area of outstanding, and in some cases unrivalled, natural beauty, as you travel through mountains and past the Blasket Islands.

The Slea Head Drive will see you pass through Dingle, and the neighbouring towns of Ventry, Dunquin, Ballyferriter and Ballydavid, while you can leave the route to travel through the mountains and explore Ireland’s highest mountain pass by driving Connor’s Pass. These narrow, twisting roads should be passed with caution but provide the most dramatic and scenic views over Dingle.

The Great Blasket

One of the most popular stops along the Slea Head Drive is the parish of Dunquin, home of the Blasket Islands. Dominated by the Great Blasket, the islands represent the most western point in Ireland, with nothing but water standing between you and America.

The islands have remained uninhabited since 1953 but remain one of the main attractions in Dingle, and are one of 15 signature points along the popular Wild Atlantic Way coastal drive. The Blaskets, and indeed the Dingle Peninsula, are also considered one of the best birdwatching areas in Ireland, with tens of thousands of birds nesting here each summer.

Not far from the Blasket Islands you’ll find the famous Fahan Beehive Huts, while the ancient site of Dunbeg Fort can be found a short distance from the Beehive Huts near the town of Ventry. The structure is believed to date back to the Iron Age although much of the fort has been lost to sea over the years due to erosion.

Things to Do in Dingle

No trip to Dingle would be complete without meeting the town’s most famous face, Fungi the Dolphin. Dingle Dolphin Tours run across the year (weather permitting) providing a one-hour tour to see Fungi, while you can also enjoy a Sea Safari Tour of the area or relax on a Dingle Harbour Cruise. Water-based activities are hugely popular in Dingle with surfing, diving and kayaking on offer throughout the year.

The area is also great for cycling and walking trips, with the 153km Dingle Way walking route attracting many keen walkers and hikers to the area. Starting in the town of Tralee, the route takes you through mountainous terrain and stunning coastal walks, providing several amazing photo opportunities and picnic stops along the way.

For food lovers among you, Dingle stakes a strong claim for the culinary capital of Ireland with some great restaurants, seafood and local food producers. The Dingle Cookery School will also give you a taste for the area and ‘real’ Irish cookery. Pubs and Dingle go hand in hand, with the town being home to an amazing variety of pubs, allowing you to enjoy an epic pub crawl. Head for Main Street, John Street and Strand Street and you’ll not go wrong.

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