Ballinvounig House

Address: Dingle, Dingle, Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Dingle, Dingle, is near Dingle Oceanworld, An Droichead Beag, Brian de Staic Jewellery Workshop, and Archeological Tours.
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    Travel Blogs from Dingle

    Shopping in Dingle Day

    A travel blog entry by jrklein3 on Aug 16, 2014

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    Oh,what a lovely day. We slept in and had a leisurely breakfast. Afterwards, we hit the streets-poking around in all the little shops and boutiques. Took some time outs from the shopping to take in some of the sights. Well,really only one sight. Stopped at Discart, billed as an Institute of Irish Culture and Spirituality. What it is is a former three story convent right behind St. Mary's Church. The chapel in this ...

    One Last Visitor

    A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Aug 15, 2014

    3 photos

    ... s will no longer be in our lives. The ice cream drips off their cones, coating the cobblestones. They look like they have ice cream colored clown makeup.

    As we walk to a pub, the air is cold, as if Winter is holding it's breath anticipating it's return. Kaeleb eagerly points out Curran's Pub to Adam who looks longingly inside. Adam says, "I feel like I'm home." We make our way to O'Sullivan's the sight of our first trad session in Dingle. We ...

    Famine Scars

    A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Jul 10, 2014

    2 comments, 13 photos

    ... the clay and make it fruitful. The stones they plucked from the ground were stacked atop each other to fence in the small fields of potato crops. The steep hillsides are pockmarked with abandoned stone cottages and stone walls that resemble a patchwork quilt.

    We find a ruined monastery, Resc Monastery, squat, hand-packed stone walls all that remains. The boys walk across the stone wall while we walk the sight. A Celtic standing stone from pagan times, 500 ...

    Better weather than expected in Ireland

    A travel blog entry by goodner on Jun 07, 2014

    3 comments, 37 photos

    ... of Ireland. Substantial varieties of wildlife live there, and we could see masses of birds circling hundreds of feet below us, nearer the water and beside the cliffs. We were too late in the day to see puffins, who normally come out in the mornings. After walking the paths of the Cliffs in cold, windy, and rainy weather next to fields of sheep and cows, we enjoyed a hot lunch inside the Visitor's Center. The Visitor's Center was built ...

    Tidy Town and the Ring of Kerry

    A travel blog entry by bergerhof on Apr 23, 2013

    2 comments, 13 photos

    ... to a restaurant named "No. 35". Charlie had his mussels, right out of the Kenmare River (which is not a river at all but the Kenmare Bay) and I had a little seafood gratin dish, topped off with beer and wine.

    After a fabulous 12 hour (YES, 12 hours!) sleep, we awoke to a great breakfast - beautiful buffet and hot items to order. Charlie's breakfast decreased the availability of Irish salmon today by about a third.....

    Kenmare is a small town with ...