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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... between Killarney and Dingle, but we got here and found our lodging, The Dingle Pub, without any problem. I even did my first right-hand-drive parallel parking--of course it was on the right side of a one-way street so it's really easy. We went out and found a lovely little spot, Grey's ...
... We can't actually walk the fort until it is shored up.
After this we check out the Famine houses. They have a unintentional petting zoo on the way up to the buildings. So we stop to pet the donkeys, horses, goats and dogs. Once you get to the top you can see the houses. They have an excellent exhibit of what happened during the potato famine in the 1844 -1849. The potatoes, which was the crop of the poor folks, had a blight and they rotted in ...
We leave our b&b early, too early we find later, as many sights don't open til 10am, and hit the road along the Dingle Penisula. This is an unforgiving land, abandoned stone cottages and the heavily populated cemeteries are a testament to the hardships that these hardy people have faced. The sun is warm and the ocean water glistens. White fluffy clouds mill about in indecision, as if trying to decide if they should let the sun shine or bring forth rain.
We stop at Dunbeg ...
The last day in Dingle was a free day to shop, relax, or participate in a group hike up Ceann Bhaile Dháith or Ballydavid Head. We had breakfast at the Treehouse Cafe with John and 2 students. Did some last minute shopping and bought sandwiches for the hike. We boarded the bus and met our hiking guide, none other than Sean Pol! Ballydavid Head is on the great Harbour/Bay of Smerwick at the northwest of the ...
... for doing absolutely nothing. Going by his body language around us I think he understood what we thought of him.
From there we continued on right round the Ring of Kerry and in onto Dingle Bay where we have now pitched for the night in the only campsite nearby, on the outskirts of a little town called ().
Still feeling hungry we headed for the centre to find that it was almost completely deserted, most of ...