Hillgrove Hotel

Spa Road, Dingle, Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Spa Road, Dingle, is near Dingle Oceanworld, An Droichead Beag, Brian de Staic Jewellery Workshop, and Blasket Islands.
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    Travel Blogs from Dingle

    More Dingle, Please

    A travel blog entry by thekansasnomad on Jul 03, 2014

    ... next day!! Lynn was a bit crabby, so I pretty much dragged her out to the pubs that night. You'd never think you'd have to DRAG someone out to pubs in DINGLE, ******* IRELAND, but I did. She'll thank me later. Heard great music, had great beer (crean), watched a family take lead on the band and sing crazy well, and headed back to the hostel.

    Friday, July 4
    We started our glorious American holiday by walking over a mile, in the rain, to do a ropes ...

    Better weather than expected in Ireland

    A travel blog entry by goodner on Jun 07, 2014

    2 comments, 37 photos

    ... the hill - underground and barely noticeable from outside. Very cool and green. A word/color that is omnipresent here. I had been hoping to enjoy some authentic Irish music at one of several pubs in Doolin - a town that was easily found through Google during my research, and heartily marketed as one of the best in Ireland. When we got there, Sam surmised that the town had hired a highly competent SEO expert to put Doolin on the map. There ...

    Dingle Delights

    A travel blog entry by koreystravels on Sep 10, 2013

    3 photos

    ... water from the Atlantic Ocean coming onto the Irish sands is just so blue and crystal clear! I will tell you that I'm certainly a sucker for tourist traps. I spent about €10 to see old Irish famine houses and beehive huts that monks made back in the day. They were interesting but certainly not worth the €€€€€S 64;! Everyone in Ireland is so friendly! As you ride along the streets of Ireland, ...

    In Search of Fun(gi)

    A travel blog entry by epicurist on Jun 30, 2012

    35 photos

    ... to eat a dinner of items gathered in the local market and have invited Jon and Joan to dine with us before we head out for another night in the Pub. Tonight we're looking forward to our time in the Courthouse Pub, a small, cozy pub.

    I have a very late start and the weather - well, it's raining and windy. I walk down to the marina and pop into the Dingle Dolphin Tour office, it's just after 11:00 and the tours start on the ...

    Salmon of Knowledge (encore)

    A travel blog entry by londonpenguin on Sep 09, 2011

    3 comments, 4 photos

    ... cross that acted as a sundial, as well as an ogham stone. Ogham is the original written language of the early Celts. The stone apparently marks a grave, but later a hole was drilled vertically into the top. This gave people a place to seal a deal: they would touch their thumbs through the hole in the stone and swear on the graves of their ancestors in front of the house of God.

    When we got back to Dingle, Katherine and I (and several others) ran up the street ...