Coastline House

Address: Coastline Guesthouse The Wood, Dingle, Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Coastline Guesthouse The Wood, Dingle, is near An Droichead Beag, Brian de Staic Jewellery Workshop, Ceann Sibeal (Dingle) Golf Club, and Greenlane Gallery.
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        • Free High-Speed Internet
        • Free parking

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        Travel Blogs from Dingle

        Christmas in Killarney

        A travel blog entry by jeanbutler on Oct 22, 2015

        1 comment, 6 photos

        ... back two loaves of soda bread and brown bread to share with our family. I also bought some Cadberry candy bars which I'm not sharing with anybody. With the day nearly done we decided to skip dinner and begin our packing. While I'm working on the blog Dave is downstairs in the bar having a drink. We leave tomorrow for Dublin around 9 o'clock 5 Hr drive). Fly out of Dublin At noon on Saturday and will be home in Dulles by 3 ...

        Hopping Around Dingle

        A travel blog entry by on Aug 19, 2015

        25 photos

        ... down bridge, which directs water from the tiny waterfall, over the road, and into a small river on the other side. Our little car was made for fording through water - who knew?!? We stopped in at an old monastery, which is only known by the original rock walls that are still there. We also saw some medieval bee hives made out of stones, that were used as small churches and dwellings. Apparently Ireland has quite a rich medieval history, and Viking history, which we are ...


        A travel blog entry by gayle.mclister on Jun 24, 2015

        9 photos

        ... Two nights here so we have a bit of a rest in our room before heading in for a look around and dinner. So many things I would like to buy, but don't really need and learnt my lesson or Steve did with all the souvenirs we bought in America that are still sitting in boxes. Memories and lots of photos are the best things to take home. After dinner we had an ice cream while looking at the bay and fishing trawlers. I don't usually eat much ice cream, but it's so nice and creamy over ...

        Ennis-Adare-Dingle Peninsula-Killarney

        A travel blog entry by bobjenhub on Aug 25, 2014

        14 photos

        ... the top. The jambs are formed by drystone walling or by orthostats or by a combination of the two. Window opes are very rare and are usually associated with the more modern structures. Small rectangular niches or wall-cupboards are frequent features. Chambers are sometimes contained within the thickness of the wall, and souterrains occur at a number of sites. The projecting slabs on the external face of some huts may have acted as ...

        33 kilometers of cards

        A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Aug 04, 2014

        2 comments, 22 photos

        ... they are a sad part of the country.

        But on my walk from my bike to the cottages, I walked past a donkey.


        He eeee-orrrred! I completely lost it!

        I got told by JJ yesterday that there was a particular beach that I needed to go to for lunch.

        So even though I was hungry, and starting to lose energy, I kept riding.

        And riding. And riding.

        I came around a ...