Ballintaggart House

Address: Racecourse Road, Dingle, Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry, Ireland | Inn
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This inn, located on Racecourse Road, Dingle, is near An Droichead Beag, O'Flaherty's, Brian de Staic Jewellery Workshop, and Ceann Sibeal (Dingle) Golf Club.
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      A travel blog entry by tfsnj on Oct 08, 2014

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      ... few seconds as we raced along! It was a lot fun and an unexpected pleasure!

      When we got back on land, we were cold and tired. We decided that what we really needed was a pub. We had really liked the Marina Inn but, with 52 pubs in a town of 1,200 residents, we decided to try out another. We came upon John Benny Moriarty's, one of the better known bars in town for trad music. We took seats at the bar and ordered a Smithwicks Pale Ale for Vivian, a Guinness for Tom, ...


      A travel blog entry by garbogaz on Aug 18, 2014

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      Said goodbye to Dublin and headed down the freeway to Dingle a bit over a 5 hr drive after stopover for lunch in Roslea. Dingle is fabulous scenery remarkable and the town full of places typical of your summer holiday destination ,but in Ireland you triple the expected amount of pubs and the bonus with Dingle is many of them have live music playing. We sampled the locally brewed drop called Tom Crean and made our way to Fiona's B&b ...

      Day 59: Killarney National Park and Dingle

      A travel blog entry by inhissteps on Jul 25, 2014

      Today was a long drive over to Dingle. Some small roads, but pretty scenery! Before our road trip we stopped at Fort Charles (in Kinsale) it was neat, but not a whole lot was there except the building itself. They did seem to be working on a bunch of stuff, and the views were pretty. Next stop was Killarney National park. The traffic there was a bit like Gatlinburg, only one road leads ...

      Ring of Kerry to Dingle Peninsula.

      A travel blog entry by narabouts on May 16, 2014

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      ... but especially during the Irish Potato Famine from 1845 to1850. The population of Ireland fell by over two million as a result of death and emigration caused by the famine. These cottages had been lived in by many families over the years and you can sense the hardship that the inhabitants must have endured. It was still very warm and after quenching our thirst with a cuppa in the local cafe, we were glad to get to the campsite and ...

      Walking Tour update

      A travel blog entry by alice-patrick on Aug 22, 2013

      17 comments, 24 photos

      ... unless they doing something truly amazing like juggling or a two-step, I'm pretty much over taking their picture. Kilmurry Bay and the Minard Castle were the winning photo op for the day. With the ruins of the castle overlooking the rock strewn bay the view begged to be photographed from all sorts of angles. Minard Castle is thought to be sixteenth-century and was blown up by Cromwellian troops in 1650. After a few wrong turns and some ...