Gleann Dearg B&B

Address: Dunquin, Dunquin, Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Dunquin, Dunquin, is near Ionad An Bhlascaoid Mhoir/The Blasket Centre, Tig Aine, Musaem Chorca Dhuibhne, and Scanlon's Pet Farm.
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      A day in Dingle

      A travel blog entry by pandmdane on May 17, 2013

      4 comments, 5 photos

      ... have a focus on the sea, with shells, drift wood and dolphin souvenirs. Of course, I didn't buy anything. When Mary was over it, I found our way to a nice little pub for a guinness, Mary had a scotch ... she had a few last night as well, Im starting to see a pattern here ...

      At night we tried to get into the most popular seafood restaurant "out of the Blue". They are proud ...

      Nighttime: BEST night of the trip!

      A travel blog entry by bevin on Oct 08, 2012

      4 photos

      ... loved him. Then the local "spinster" who had had more than enough beer and was so funny, hanging on to all the cute young guys who were so patient with her - quite amazing; then the sweet young thing who appeared rather annoyed with her handsome young guy for ignoring her. What fun to observe and augment the music.

      Dragged ourselves back to the B and B when the music was done. "We'll sleep when we get home!!" our mantra.

      Missing the Boat

      A travel blog entry by amberandbobbi on May 26, 2012

      9 photos

      ... any) shoulder or sidewalk to walk on. Luckily, traffic wasn't bad and after walking on the road for a bit, the path wound us up into the hills around an area called Mount Eagle. Our path wrapped up and down, taking us into many more sheep farms, offering great views of the Blasket Islands and the surrounding blue waters, and revealing dozens of partially collapsed colchans, or beehive huts. Small round huts made from stone (and no mortar), these structures dotted the hillside. No ...

      Dingle for the Day

      A travel blog entry by ryanhaber on Oct 12, 2010

      2 comments, 6 photos

      ... grins. There is no incessant badgering about your drink in the middle of obviously intense and quiet conversations. There is no gadfly hovering. What there is, however, is telling. There is simple, sincere concern. The proprietor of our B & B asks if we need directions, and waits for an answer. The waitress is genuinely concerned that you're satisfied when she asks, and when she receives your affirmative answer ...

      The Great Blasket Island

      A travel blog entry by marcusgarfunkel on May 22, 2010

      15 photos

      ... the island for about a mile. It was one of the most amazing hikes I have ever been on. The weather all day was above 70 degrees F and perfectly clear which is very unusual for Ireland, even in the middle of the summer. The pictures don't give the place justice at all, but it was amazing. After we got back, we had dinner at Mariarty's Pub and listened to some good music. After that we moved over to Murphy's Pub where a traditional Irish band was playing. It was a good end to a wonderful ...