Blackberry Lodge Hostel

Address: Blackberry Lodge The Mall, Dingle, Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry, Ireland | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Blackberry Lodge The Mall, Dingle, is near An Droichead Beag, Brian de Staic Jewellery Workshop, Ceann Sibeal (Dingle) Golf Club, and Greenlane Gallery.
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        Travel Blogs from Dingle

        Dingle Pennisula

        A travel blog entry by heidif on Jul 16, 2014

        54 photos

        ... the marina there are more and more people in town. We decide to head out to drive the Slea Head drive (loop) on the peninsula before there are even more people on the road.

        The Slea Head Drive is a loop that follows the coast of Dingle Peninsula. In many places there are 2 real lanes on this 2-way road but in many places the road turns into what is a glorified bike path. We are fortunate that there really aren't loads of vehicles coming and going on the ...

        Visit to local high school

        A travel blog entry by giarratanom234 on Jan 07, 2014

        1 comment, 13 photos

        After a morning class, we gathered up our gear and walked over to Dingle High School. There we met our old friend Principal Feirtear. He gave us a complete guided tour and we were impressed with the facility and the students. Most of the classes are conducted in Gaelic since this school, as are all the schools in Western Ireland, is Gaelscoil or Irish speaking. We were fortunate to be able to observe in ...

        Touring Around Dingle

        A travel blog entry by terry.graue.9 on Jul 16, 2013

        16 photos

        ... at the top that could be closed with a single small flagstone or capstone. No mortar was used in building, which is called corbelling.

        The hillside at one time had over 400 of these drystone, corbelled huts surviving, prompting one antiquarian in the 19th century to refer to the area as the "City of Fahan". Dating the huts is difficult because the skill of corbelling has been used in Newgrange (3100 B.C.) and as recently as the ...

        Bunratty and Beyond

        A travel blog entry by bergerhof on May 06, 2013

        2 photos

        ... reservation at "Out of the Blue" restaurant on the harbor street in Dingle, and had another delicious and perfect meal. The menu says that they only serve the freshest fish and seafood from the fishermen of Dingle; if the fishermen do not go out, they do not open! They have NO CHIPS, only the perfectly prepared fish, seafood and beautiful and delicious accompanying veggies.

        Both nights we enjoyed some fresh Dingle bay oysters on the half shell. When ...

        Touring the Coast

        A travel blog entry by tonkin on Apr 29, 2013

        6 photos

        ... 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 ...