The Old Pier Restaurant and Accommodation
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Travel Blogs from Dingle
... in wagons could stop and talk to each other easily. We made it to Dingle and checked into the Milltown House. We were greeted by Shamus the Resident Irish Wolf Dog. He stands about 4' tall. Robert Mitchum and Sarah Miles, from the movie "Ryan's Daughter" stayed here while filming. We are actually staying in the room that Robert Mitchum stayed in. It is located right on Dingle Harbour. After we ...
Heading off to Dingle for the next 2 days. We took an 'indirect' route from Kinsale.
First stop . . . Kenmare. We had lunch --not on one of the patios . . really, in the parking spots along the road These are very brave people eating on the road with tourists driving by! ...
... since there was an old sundial still standing. I've got a lovely shot of the ancient cross, a stone with ancient script, graves and a beautiful mobile home. After doing the whole loop we're back in town for dinner and more music! We've been to the same pub both nights because the music starts at 8:30 and it's great! A sum up, so far Dingle has been our favorite place in ...
... all the way to Port Magee, and leave Dingle a day early? You can guess what we did. Dingle, you treated us well.
Sunday, July 6
Thanks to our American friends, we scored an extra day in Dingle, which somehow rivaled, if not topped, our previous Dingle day. We lounged around, explored some more shops for gifts for family. More importantly, we went on an adventure. The Dingle Harbour Walk. A mere walk along the coastline and some cliffs, it became ...
... we headed back out.
We cut across to Kilmalkedar Church, again from the 12th century. It also has a cemetery that is currently used next to the old one. There is also an old sundial and other significant stone, although we don’t know why it’s important, in the yard. From there we went to Gallarus Oratory an old church from the 9th century. The design is like an upside down boat. But still the fog ...