An Riasc Bed and Breakfast

Address: Feothanach, Ballydavid, Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry, Province of Munster, Ireland | B&B
 
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Location

This B&B, located on Feothanach, Ballydavid, is near Tig Aine, Musaem Chorca Dhuibhne, Scanlon's Pet Farm, and Ballyavenooragh.
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          Features

          • Non-smoking hotel
          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Free parking
           

          TravelPod Member ReviewsAn Riasc Bed and Breakfast Ballydavid

          Reviewed by chris_a

          Lovely homely setting

          Reviewed Jul 25, 2015
          by (37 reviews) Melbourne , Australia Flag of Australia

          Great hosts, great rooms and excellent food right on the Dingle Way.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

          Reviewed by mattnbo

          Very nice place

          Reviewed Feb 8, 2011
          by (6 reviews) , Canada Flag of Canada

          Although it's in the middle of nowhere, this B&B was a great place to stay for a couple of nights. The owner, Denise, is a great cook and very friendly. Our room was large and very nice. Driving out to it at night was a little tricky, but the views on a clear day are fantastic!

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

          TripAdvisor Reviews An Riasc Bed and Breakfast Ballydavid

          5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding
           

          Travel Blogs from Ballydavid

          Week 6

          A travel blog entry by lizab2004 on Aug 17, 2015

          9 photos

          ... which is a little crossroads with a store and a gas pump on the road to Glencar, and he lead the way up to Cronin's Yard which is where the hike up Carrantouhil begins. He told us that the forecast was looking pretty good but we'd most likely experience some rain at the beginning of the day. Sure enough shortly after we set off the rain began; looking ahead to the mountain it all looked very dark with low clouds. John told us the reason for that is you can't tell how steep the ...

          Dingle Way - Day 4, Dingle to Dunquin

          A travel blog entry by chris_a on Jul 23, 2015

          6 photos

          ... A lengthy and steep descent followed, bringing us to the busy narrow road we had been observing previously. A sign promising a café in 500 metres lifted our spirits after the steep descent. The café was a very simple, family affair with limited choices in terms of food and drinks. They did have a number of outdoor settings positioned to take in the views; that was all we needed to give the legs a rest and have afternoon tea in such a lovely setting. We resumed our ...

          Kiss a stone?

          A travel blog entry by isabella.willis on Feb 18, 2015

          89 photos

          ... to our final destination Dingle, where we met the golden statue of the towns most famous resident Fungi the dolphin. Dingle was a cute little village, boasting 52 pubs for the meagre 2000 residents. On the way we visited Inch beach and I was not in the mood for swimming in the freezing cold water, and I don't know how anyone could.

          We stayed at Paddywagon's Randy Leprechaun, where the karaoke machine came out ...

          Adare, Killorglin Puck Festival

          A travel blog entry by alandjo on Aug 11, 2013

          42 photos

          We had a lovely breakfast at 8:15 and left just after 9:00. About 30 min later, we stopped in the picturesque village of Adare, known as the prettiest village in Ireland. The Earl of Desmond laid the plan for the existing streets in the 19th century. The architectural mix of centuries from thatched cottages, beautiful stone buildings, medieval monasteries and ruins, and the lovely village park all combine to transport you to a time in ...

          Perfect day

          A travel blog entry by leisa-stephen-b on Aug 06, 2013

          2 comments, 2 photos

          ... on top of a hill with a ruined castle-14km round trip along the cliffs. Stunning. A call in to our local pub for a Guinness (thought I best have one) to celebrate our walk and then back to our B& B to be greeted with sticky date pudding and coffee. We are going to have to step up the walking to counteract all this food. This holiday is just what we wanted. Small villiages in out of the way places and lots of ...