Brownes Bed & Breakfast Dingle
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Free parking
Photos of Brownes Bed & Breakfast Dingle
TripAdvisor Reviews Brownes Bed & Breakfast Dingle
Travel Blogs from Dingle
... Many stretches of today's drive were along very, very steep cliffs, and also most of which were one lane roads. So technically we drove on the wrong side of the street both ways ... and two wrongs both definitely make a right.
Our very first stop for pictures was in Inch, Ireland. Give the Kent's an inch ... and we'll take a mile of pictures. These pics are the one of the lower ground views below. While most of the weather has been unseasonably warm and honestly not far ...
... to go 2 km but we make it into the park.
We stop at Muckross Abbey and wander the ruins. Chris marvels at the yew tree enclosed in the cloister, so majestic, yet eerie. We drive to Muckross House and find the car park is just as crowded as the town. Elizabeth slyly lets Chris know that we could take a carriage to the waterfall around the lake, or more quietly we could park at the car park. He hires a jaunting car, carriage, anyway. He knew that's what Elizabeth was ...
... br> We start the day off super chill, lazying around the hostel, sleeping in. We've got a Slea Head tour at 2 (although our hostel host strongly advised biking, as her husband owns a bike rental business), so we've got a nice amount of time to down some mouth-watering food cart burgers and chips. So American of us. We slowly nibble our food down by the harbour, enjoying the birds flying overhead. From there, we meet our tour guide for the day, picked up right at ...
... and say hello. One room had ages 4-7 and the other had 8-10. Very different. The older students entertained us with singing and a tin whistle concert. Students were extremely polite and friendly. Seanachain is very proud of his little school and deservedly so.
Back on the bus, we returned to our building to make St Bridget crosses. Sean Pol's brother Brandon guided us through this activity and told us ...
... the perfect texture, and had a spice we couldn't identify (we asked the waiter-it was mint!). The drinks were good as well, and large. The waiter was so friendly (as was everyone!) and we enjoyed our dessert immensely. It came out to 15.50 euro (the drinks were 2 and 6.50, each dessert was 3.50- quite reasonable). The restaurant was gorgeous as well, with a cute fireplace. We ate in the bar area, although there was another larger restaurant as well. We then went up to the ...