Dingle Bay Hotel

Address: Strand Street, Dingle, Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Strand Street, Dingle, is near O'Flaherty's, Greenlane Gallery, Simple Pleasures Galleria, and St. Brendan's House.
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      On the way to Dingle

      A travel blog entry by consultimago on Aug 14, 2014

      2 comments, 9 photos

      ... the middle. Then it was on to Dingle. We were blown away by our accommodations when we were ushered into the Castlewood B&B. Wow, Rick Steve's lodgings have sure moved up since we were last on a tour with the company in 2006- although we heard the Galway accommodations would balance this one out. A jacuzzi in the bathroom and sipping sherry in the drawing room while planning where to go for dinner, what fun. And we hear the breakfast is to die for. We will let you ...

      Ring of Kerry and Dingle Peninsula

      A travel blog entry by calo4 on Jul 17, 2014

      3 comments, 31 photos

      ... as our time in Ireland has come with great weather so far.

      After breakfast, we loaded up and headed out on the Ring of Kerry. Starting from Kenmare and getting an early start kept us ahead of the crowds all day, which was nice. The Ring of Kerry is really nice. It has amazing views along the way and sheep in almost every field. We visited an ancient stone circle fort (dating from around 1100 B.C.) and had it almost to ourselves. It was extremely quiet here.

      As ...

      Village Life in Dingle

      A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Jul 09, 2014

      7 photos

      ... the more we notice the landscape changing. Taller mountains replace the hills, rocky outcroppings and rugged looking hillsides with bright emerald green bushes and grasses. We didn't think Ireland could get greener but we were wrong. Hydrangeas and fuchsias grow like weeds. They form hedges and grow taller than Chris and as wide as a car! We've never seen anything like it!

      Just outside of Dingle, we take a detour to a ruined tower, Minard Castle, to have ...

      Better weather than expected in Ireland

      A travel blog entry by goodner on Jun 07, 2014

      3 comments, 37 photos

      ... centrally-located apartment easily. The afternoon was spent walking the coastal town, enjoying the first of many pedestrian streets, some ice cream, and street music. I learned that testing out new shoes ahead of time is a good idea if you'd like to avoid blisters. But then I would have missed the kind folks in the pharmacies that I met as I collected a few boxes along the way.

      Day two: rainy and more typically coastal Irish. Since the ...

      Exploring Dingle Bay

      A travel blog entry by britanne on Jul 12, 2013

      28 photos

      ... to 1200 AD. The fact that they were so small suggests they were occupied by a single family. They were all made of stone and no mortar was used in building the huts. We stopped at Garraun Point to eat some lunch and take in the view. Then we went to the Museum Chorca Dhuibhne, which was about the people who used to dwell on Blasket Island. The Great Blasket Island is this tiny little island right off the Dingle Peninsula. ...