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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... the Midwest, we were excited for traditionally Ireland weather ... added bonus of wearing newly purchased clothes specifically for the intended weather.
Onward west, and higher we went ... boldly Jen drove and well, to the next vista that was significantly higher than inch ... in a place called Slea Head. Basically one of those "we're not in Kansas anymore" moments. Should be a pic below, the first of Jen and I high above the water with some solid boulders behind. If ...
... here about 3 km from the mainland. They were inhabited until 1953. This was a hardy bunch of people who worked the land, had livestock and fished the sea. They had their own community and produced many writers of Irish literature. It was a hard life but people didn't seem to mind. The Irish government relocated the last 27 people to the mainland in 1953. This was another very good exhibit with a movie showing the writers of the islands and some of the way they ...
... 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 ...
... a soda, and I had the stir fry and water. Total bill was about 18 euro. The stir fry was good- it was a tad salty, but the noodles were quite well cooked (not over cooked), with good vegetables and beef. The soup was also quite good. We left Adare to go to head towards Dingle. The weather seemed to change every second between pretty sun and rain- as someone in Dublin mentioned, it seems that Ireland experiences three seasons a day! The drive was un eventful for the most part- ...
... open again until Monday. That put some boundaries on our trip around the Dingle Peninsula since we weren’t keen on having to drive back two hours to Dingle on Monday morning from Kenmare, our next stop. On the way back, we stopped by the Centra grocery store and selected salad plates to take for a picnic lunch.
We got on the road around 11:00 in a rather misty morning but with high hopes for some sun along the way. We used our Rick Steves’ Ireland guidebook ...