Cheap Hotels in Dingle
Enjoy the friendly atmosphere and peaceful setting of Dingle Heights, a luxurious haven in the heart of beautiful County Kerry. Discover the spectacular Dingle Peninsula, climb majestic Mount Brandon, take in the sea breeze on Inch Beach, swim with Fungie the dolphin and visit the rugged Blasket Islands. With superb breakfasts and secure private parking available, it's an ideal location to explore the region from. Host Bridie Fitzgerald looks forward to welcoming guests.
Devane's Bed & Breakfast Hotel
Recommended by Le Guide du Routard, Devane’s family-run bed and breakfast offers stunning County Kerry views and overlooks picturesque Dingle Bay. An ideal touring base for the Dingle Peninsula and the spectacular Ring of Kerry, guests can enjoy 18-hole golf courses, pony treks, water sports and trips to the wild Blasket Islands. Visitors can also meet Dingle’s most famous resident, Fungie the dolphin, who’s been living in the bay since 1984. With a choice of breakfasts and delicious home baking on offer, guests will enjoy authentic Irish hospitality.
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Moriarty Farmhouse B&B Hotel
Enjoy a spectacular County Kerry location and the comfort of a spacious, tranquil home at Moriarty’s Farmhouse. Only 8km from lively Dingle town and a few minute’s walk from the stunning Blue Flag awarded Ventry Beach, guests can embrace exceptional sea views. Get outdoors and try some kayaking, windsurfing, swimming, cycling and horse riding among the region’s renowned landscape. Hosts BrÃd and Tom Moriarty welcome guests with fresh tea/coffee and tasty homemade scones on arrival. Guests can also indulge in delicious breakfasts and avail of the house’s BBQ area on fine evenings. Farmstay Experience Moriarty's Farmhouse B&B consists of 113 acres of Farm with parts deemed a National Heritage Area habitat, a flora and wildlife preserve. The main farming enterprise is beef – suckler cows. Guests are free to wander along the fields and mountain if they wish. There are magnificent views of the countryside and sea from the mountaintop.
Ard-Na-Mara Country House Hotel
A tranquil seaside home overlooking the magnificent Ventry Harbour, Ard-Na-Mara is just 3km from one of County Kerry’s most popular towns, Dingle, and 1km from Ventry village and its beautiful beach. Guests can avail of specially arranged fishing and boating trips, enjoy walking tours and learn more about the area’s past with fascinating historical and archaeological tours. Dingle offers tourists an array of fun activities, from ferries to the Blasket Islands, the Oceanworld aquarium and of course, Fungie the dolphin. Owners Ann and Derry Murphy have spent 40 years in the hospitality business and provide a warm welcome.
Hotels in Dingle
Nestled in the south-west corner of Ireland, the Dingle Peninsula juts out into the Atlantic. This wild and rugged coastal landscape is home to some of the most beautiful scenery in Ireland, and indeed the world. There's something here for everyone, from stunning beaches and coastal walks, to an incredible array of flora and fauna, colourful and friendly characters plus Irish cultural heritage.
Dingle is the only town on the peninsula and as such is the main hub for the fishing and tourism industries, which both play a major part in local life. You can learn about the history of the area by visiting West Kerry Museum (Musaem Chorca Dhuibhne) in Ballyferriter, or The Blasket Centre in Dún Chaoin at the tip of the peninsula.
Learn about everything going on in the coastal waters by visiting Oceanworld Aquarium on the quayside in Dingle, home to Ireland's largest collection of sharks.
Many people who come to stay in the various Dingle hotels are keen to take advantage of the natural environment. There are many exciting walks to enjoy in the area, including a route around Dunbeg Fort, an impressive example of a promontory fort that dates back to 500BC. Perhaps catch the Blasket Islands Ferry from Dún Chaoin to Great Blasket Island to admire the unspoilt scenery and wildlife, and discover the history of this now uninhabited island lying just off the coast.
Fungie the dolphin
Without doubt, one of Dingle's most famous residents is a common bottlenose dolphin. Affectionately named Fungie by the locals, the creature has been appearing in in the waters off Dingle for around 30 years. A bronze statue of Fungie has pride of place on the town's pier and a number of tourist boats go out each day to meet him.
There's a great choice of specialist shops in Dingle and in villages throughout the peninsula. Get a taste for the Irish fiddle during a visit to Dingle Music Shop, find a unique memento of your trip at Brian De Staic Jeweller or Dingle Crystal, or perhaps pick up some Irish Gouda with seaweed at The Little Cheese Shop.
Eating and drinking
With a great selection of pubs, restaurants and hotels in Dingle, you won't be short of dining options. Seafood is, of course, a local speciality and Doyle's Seafood Restaurant, Out of the Blue and The Boatyard Restaurant are just some of the fantastic establishments in the area serving beautifully fresh produce.
Idás restaurant is known for its modern Irish and French-inspired cuisine, while The Global Village offers friendly service and an exciting range of dishes. Murphy's Ice Cream and Kool Scoops of Dingle both offer a great choice of sweet offerings that are perfect for a sunny day.
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