Dingle Bay Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... The temperatures on the water would be cold this time of year, and we didn't think we would want to spend an hour or so out on a boat. Just as we were leaving the marina, one of these "dolphin cruises" was boarding. The sign said it cost €16, but "If you don't see a dolphin, you don't pay." We figured "why not?" and joined the seven other people on board the boat.
For 40 minutes or so, it looked as though we were going to have a free boat ride. The skipper and ...
... one on this trip.It had only been open for 6 weeks so we had no reviews to go by when we booked so we were hoping for the best. Well it worked out fine ,on the edge of town up high with a view from our window over towards Dingle Bay ,short walk into town and a nice green paddock at our back fence that housed about 50 sheep. I found watching sheep a very interesting way to fill in time especially with the back drop of the green ...
In the morning we toured the town. We walked into all kinds of shops most selling jewelry or clothing. Sara found a lovely night gown she wanted, but didn't buy. David and I found wool hats we decided we didn't need. Pat and Sara finally found some jewelry to buy. Next, we got a good meal at a pub and then headed for the Slea Head Drive. ...
... views were magnificent, especially when we rounded the Slea Head promontory and the Blasket Islands came into full view! "Wow" I thought, until I realised how close we were to the edge of the cliff! I was really frightened until we reached safer ground! We drove further round the Head and came across the Slea Head Famine Cottages. This is now a visitors centre intended as a memorial to the tragedy of famine which has affected Ireland on ...
We stayed two nights at the lovely and quaint and highly recommended (by us!) Benners Hotel in the heart of Dingle. Sunday we spent much of the day hanging around the hotel, trying to cope with the coughing "bug" with which we had been suffering much of this trip. Even took naps in the afternoon in our very quiet and spacious room. Several trips to the bar area for "tea for two" with honey helped that tickle in the throat.
Sunday night we had ...