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

    Dingle Peninsula

    A travel blog entry by gayle.mclister on Jun 25, 2015

    2 comments, 11 photos

    ... fussing, but besides a few heart palpitations the amazing views quickly stopped my protests. Photos just do not show spectacular views you see, the clouds so low on the hills that you could reach up and touch them as you drive through them, the valleys glistening in the sunlight that somehow gets through the clouds and the ocean in the distance beckoning you to come closer. An added bonus was a lovely little waterfall. ...

    Slea Head Drive

    A travel blog entry by tfsnj on Oct 09, 2014

    22 photos

    ... their roles had become reversed. Maureen, the customer, was insisting she needed to buy several tablecloths while Kathleen, the salesperson, was insisting that she didn't need them and she should put them back! It turns out that Maureen is a regular customer and a bit of a shopaholic. They had become friends as Maureen would come by often and teach Kathleen old Irish phrases in the Irish language, so Kathleen felt she should stop her from buying too much.

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    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 ...

    Dingle Peninsula of Ireland

    A travel blog entry by rickandluann on Aug 22, 2014

    30 photos

    ... in the beauty. This large crucifix marks Slea Head.

    In the distance are the Blasket Islands. Visiting the Great Blasket Center we learned the large island was inhabited until 1953 with a population that averaged 150 max. Each family had a cow, a few sheep and a plot of potatoes. They cut peat for heat and fished for dinner. Because of their detachment from the mainland they formed ...

    More Dingle, Please

    A travel blog entry by thekansasnomad on Jul 03, 2014

    ... guy who loved America and Americans, Jazz and Country music, Nashville, New Orleans, all of that. Actually, there was quite a weird theme of everyone we met dying to go visit those places. To freaking top off the fantastic day, the Michigan girls at the hostel caught wind of us planning to venture to Port Magee, and said that if we waited an extra day, they'd drive us there. Catch a ride with two Michigan girls, or go on the crazy journey of terrible bus routes and ...