Gleann Dearg B&B

Address: Dun Chaoin Slea Head, Dunquin, Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Dun Chaoin Slea Head, 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 ...

      Touring the Coast

      A travel blog entry by tonkin on Apr 29, 2013

      6 photos

      ... locals were saying; it was not because of their strong accent but because they often speak Gaelic. Everyone seems to speak it here which is a complete surprise to me. I thought the language was all but dead.

      Taking a detour we stopped to have some lunch before deciding to have a look at the 'spectacular cliffs'. They were pretty nice but I didn't like the fact that I had to pay up for it. The owners must make a pretty ...

      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 ...

      An Daingean - A Dingle Experience

      A travel blog entry by marybc on May 17, 2012

      1 comment, 14 photos

      ... quiet. It is the way life should be. Fish boats still off load their daily catch., shepherds still use dogs to corral their stock, children laugh and play enjoying the sun when they can. Even the famine villages we passed, skeletons of a life once lived, give you a sense of what our family went through. They survived the famine but so many of their friends didn’t. What better reason to begin again in a land that offered opportunity, ...

      635 Steps to the Top of the World

      A travel blog entry by jennsummer2011 on Jul 09, 2011

      2 comments, 36 photos

      ... for five hundred years but changes in Ireland and the rest of Europe led them to go to the mainland
      The guides stay on the island for two weeks and then go home for one. They have small cabins with no running water and jump into the frigid ocean to clean up. This is one part of the job I would not enjoy!

      We explored the monestary for a while and made the trek down together and I was nervous!! The stairs are simply flat stones ...