Cheap Hotels in Dingle
With a stay at Dingle Harbour Nights in Dingle, you'll be within a 5-minute walk of Dingle Oceanworld Aquarium and Irish Adventures. This guesthouse is 0.2 mi (0.4 km) from Dingle Harbour and 0.4 mi (0.6 km) from Greenlane Gallery. The front desk is staffed during limited hours. Full breakfasts are available daily from 8:00 AM to 9:30 AM for a fee. Stay in one of 17 guestrooms featuring flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Bathrooms with showers are provided. Conveniences include coffee/tea makers, and housekeeping is provided on request.
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.
Near Dingle Oceanworld Aquarium
Offering views over the bay, Dingle Peninsula Hotel is set a 7 minutes' drive from Dingle. The beach is located 4 minutes from the property and guests can enjoy the traditional Irish country pub with live music. Free private parking is available on site. All rooms come with a flat-screen TV, tea/coffee making facilities and a private bathroom. Extras include free toiletries and a hairdryer. Dingle Peninsula Hotel features free WiFi throughout. A complimentary shuttle service to and from local destinations is offered to all guests. Guests can enjoy various activities in the area including golf, cycling, swimming, fishing as well as horse riding on the beach and swimming with the local dolphin. Guided history walks and a kids club is also available. The nearest airport is Kerry Airport, 56 km from Dingle Peninsula Hotel.
Enjoying beautiful views of the Dingle Peninsula, The Lighthouse provides well-appointed rooms and home-cooked Irish breakfasts. With a 4-star rating from the Irish Tourist Board, this County Kerry guest house offers free Wi-Fi and parking. Guest rooms have a flat-screen TV, alarm clock, wardrobe and tea and coffee facilities. Each has an en suite shower or bath with hairdryer and complimentary toiletries. Freshly cooked traditional Irish or vegetarian breakfast is served each morning. A continental buffet includes cereals, muesli, yoghurt, fruit and homemade bread, complemented by juice, tea and coffee. Dingle’s pretty harbour and the Oceanworld Aquarium are around 15 minutes’ walk from The Lighthouse. The town has a variety of pubs and restaurants and an intimate family-run cinema, and is around 45 minutes’ drive from the county town of Tralee.
Near St. James Church
Located in the heart of Dingle, Barr na Sráide offers 3-star accommodation with free parking and with free Wi-Fi. Kerry Airport is only a 45-minute drive. The picturesque Dingle Peninsula boasts stunning landscape and access to horse riding, sailing, golf and diving. Each of the 26 rooms at Barr na Sráide features an en suite shower room and a TV with satellite channels. A hearty breakfast is served daily and guests can also enjoy a drink at the on-site pub. Craft and gift shops, restaurants, and traditional music venues are within 5 minutes’ walk from the property.
Located in the town of Dingle, Emlagh House is on the Dingle Peninsula. Surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean, the property is on the route of the Wild Atlantic Way and is 900 metres from the Dingle Oceanworld Aquarium. It offers free WiFi throughout and free onsite parking. Each luxurious room is individually designed with a flat-screen TV, a king-size or queen-size bed, and a seating area with views over Dingle. The en-suite bathrooms have complimentary toiletries and a hairdryer. In the mornings, guests at Emlagh House can enjoy breakfast with a full waiter service. Dingle is home to a range of restaurants, within a 5-minute walk of the property. Guests can enjoy scenic drives along Slea Head, which has panoramic views of the Blasket Islands. Boat trips to visit the islands can also be arranged. Further outdoor activities in the area include horse riding, sea fishing, and hill walking. Inch Beach is a 20-minute drive from Emlagh House.
Situated in the heart of Dingle by by pier and marina, the family-owned Dingle Bay Hotel offers free Wi-Fi in certain areas, free parking, a stylish bar, and a restaurant. Each room at Dingle Bay Hotel features an en suite bathroom, tea/coffee making facilities, and a TV. A hearty Irish breakfast, freshly cooked and made of locally sourced ingredients, is served daily at Long’s Restaurant; guests can also enjoy organic yoghurts and a selection of homemade breads, scones, and pastries. The restaurant’s menu also features dishes such as fresh Blasket Island lobster, Cromane Bay mussels, and Kerry lamb. Special dietary requirements are also catered for. Guests can enjoy regular entertainment, and traditional Irish and West Kerry music at Paudie’s Bar. Boasting an enviable position in the heart of Dingle, by the sea, Dingle Bay Hotel also offers easy access to the Dingle Peninsula, Slea Head Drive, and the Eask Tower.
Near Greenlane Gallery
Near Trinity Tree
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.
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.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Dingle
What are the most booked hotels in Dingle?According to our booking data, the most booked hotels in Dingle are Hillgrove Guesthouse, Dingle Bay Hotel and Dingle Skellig Hotel & Peninsula Spa.
What is the lowest price for a double room in Dingle?The lowest price for a double room in Dingle is £81.
If I want to stay in the center of Dingle, which hotels shall I consider?If you want to stay near the center of Dingle, you can consider staying at Dingle Bay Hotel, Emlagh House and Barr Na Sraide Inn.
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