Dingle Harbour Lodge
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDingle Harbour Lodge
The cottages that the surrounding the lodge are very comfortable and stocked with everything you might need. They are spacious, clean, and have a beautiful view of the harbor.
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Travel Blogs from Dingle
... up being one for the books because him and all my roommates bonded .. it was a perfect night filled with smiles. Wednesday to Thursday I took mike to the most Western point in Europe...Dingle Penninsula. But to get there was a different story. It was suppose to be a 4 hour bus ride but half way through we had to get off in a random town because Mike threw up...like 4 times..guess the windy roads of Ireland through the mountain sides don't work well with his ...
... We went to the Brosnon's B & B, the owner was waiting for us in the driveway & his smile was larger than life. What a gentleman & knew we were in good hands.
He took us to our room that had an en suite bathroom & a view of the harbor, we fell in love with the place and with him, who's name was John. We had heard about a resident Dolphin in the marina & I asked about him. John informed us that "Fungi the dolphin" ...
... time a surge comes in, figures! It is breezy and it is desolate. I wonder what this is like on a warm summer’s day with the sun shining (it is cloudy). I love the beach.
We hop back on the road and abandon our plans to make it all the way out to the end of the peninsula and instead decide to check out Castlegregory which is closer to the road off the Dingle Peninsula. I’m not sure what there is to see and we follow a sign to ...
We boarded the train in Dublin on Sunday morning and arrived in Tralee 4 hours later. Our B&B was the Ashville House in Ballyard and was lovely. I enjoyed a cup of tea in the courtyard as I put the finishing touches on the Dublin blog.
The Dingle Way begins.
Tralee to Camp Village
I will admit, the first day was tough. Once we finally found the trail, after walking on a busy main road with no shoulder-I could have ...
... so we kept going out to Brandon Point. Hiked up to a sort of ruin, R slipped and twisted his knee (oh dear) on grassy slope down. Stopped in a neat old pub with a nice friendly gal preparing - yup - seafood chowder and a toastie for us to share. R had Guinness just to ease his pain - HA! Warm tea for B.
Popped into Crean's Brewery on way down (much nicer being on inside of narrow road on way ...