No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
TripAdvisor Reviews Hillgrove Hotel Dingle
Travel Blogs from Dingle
... the most part I slept right through it--I was pretty beat. Of course the pub was not our first choice for a place to stay but there was not a lot available for a Friday and Saturday night on short notice, the downside of "winging it" as far as accommodations go. Saturday, touring the Dingle ...
... of Ireland! We arrived at the tiny picturesque fishing village, only to discover that it was one packed little fishing village. Disappointed that this adorable town had been discovered and the prices, well not so adorable. It was one of the "been there, seen it" destinations & we were eager to get to the less populated Dingle Peninsula.
Jeff and I had actually become accustomed to having afternoon tea & decided to make a ...
We pass a pub or two but decide to wait till we arrive in Tralee. I decide to drive into Tralee proper and find an Italian restaurant. We need to park on the street, but pay parking time has just ended so it is ok. Dinner is satisfying though a little bland. Then it is back to our lovely room at the Ballygarry House. Jen gets some movies from the front desk to watch but then ends up checking out Netflix. She finds a show which she thinks ...
... We can't actually walk the fort until it is shored up.
After this we check out the Famine houses. They have a unintentional petting zoo on the way up to the buildings. So we stop to pet the donkeys, horses, goats and dogs. Once you get to the top you can see the houses. They have an excellent exhibit of what happened during the potato famine in the 1844 -1849. The potatoes, which was the crop of the poor folks, had a blight and they rotted in ...
... to go along with the crosses and why they are important to the Irish culture.
After lunch, most of the students were off horseback riding so John, Enda, and I decided to climb Sliabh an Iolair or Mount Eagle, one
of the great coastal hillwalks on Ireland’s Atlantic seaboard. It’s vast panoramas of
the Atlantic bays of the region, local headlands, mountains and islands
make this ...