Gleann Dearg B&B

Dun Chaoin Slea Head, Dunquin, Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry, Ireland | Hotel
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Location

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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    Travel Blogs from Dunquin

    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 ...

    The West country of Ireland

    A travel blog entry by hans-brenda on Oct 01, 2012

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... can see over the hedges lining the highway. We had decided we wanted to take the boat out to Skellig Michael - a world heritage site. Skellig Michael or Great Skellig is an island (the larger of the two Skellig Islands) in theAtlantic Ocean, 11.6 km west of the Iveragh Peninsula in County Kerry, Ireland.[2] A Christian monastery ...

    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 ...

    Day 15 - Cahirsiveen

    A travel blog entry by emkay100 on Sep 15, 2011

    3 comments, 18 photos

    ... you reach the coast of the Bay of Dingle. They told us you could see the town of Dingle across the water, but we had to take their word for it as the rain had now set in and visibility was pretty average. Next we were supposed to visit some stone forts and a castle but we could not find them in the rain and in the end we decided it was just a waste of effort and we should stay the night here and hope for better weather tomorrow.

    We found a nice B&B and booked in for the ...

    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 ...