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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    Kinsale to Dingle via Blarney Castle.

    A travel blog entry by mausa55 on Jul 22, 2015

    10 photos

    Well today was another early start as we headed off to the small town of Dingle.
    on the way we went to Blarney Castle where we got to kiss the Blarney stone (were the first for the day) and then it was on to Killarney for a jaunting horse ride around the town. Then off to a little place called the South Pole inn where we got another free Irish coffee. ..yummy...
    weather wasnt too bad. Only fained in between places and we even got some ...

    Quaint without trying

    A travel blog entry by themaggiej on May 31, 2015

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... locating and checking into our Main St accommodation, The Lantern Inn, we joined the throngs wandering the town. After a yummy seafood chowder, just the thing on this wintery day, in a cosy cafe appropriately called Chowder Cafe, we set off in the car to drive The Dingle Ring, or Slea Head Drive, the circular route around the peninsula.

    Although spectacular on this dull day, again 'wouldn't this be great on a sunny day' was ...

    The Dingle Penisula!

    A travel blog entry by curt17daw on Sep 20, 2014

    34 photos

    Today we took the whole day to drive around the Dingle Peninsula! And it was a gorgeous day to do it. SUN and warm! We started out by stopping at the bee hive huts. It's an ancient ring fort that people built and lived in around 1200 A.D. They call them beehive huts because that is essentially what they look like. The walls are very thick. Curt and I have decided that ...

    Famine Scars

    A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Jul 10, 2014

    2 comments, 13 photos

    ... in the center with a 6th century carving of a Maltese cross above the spiral motif that decorates the bottom.

    We pause our drive around the Peninsula again to see the Gallarus Oratory: an 11th century church shaped like an upturned boat. The church is small, and a graveyard rests beside it; covered over by stones because the ground is too shallow and dogs would get "too curious." Standing in this church, you can imagine the peasants gathering in ...

    Episode 2

    A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on May 25, 2014

    46 photos

    ... nestled amongst the trees overlooking the river. It is the one of the seats of the Dukes of Devonshire and at one time Fred Astaire’s sister, Adele, lived here, she was married to a member of the Dukes family.

    Lismore’s origins are much older however, St Carthage arrived here in 635 AD and started a monastery. The Catholic Church, although not that old, part of it dates from the 13th cent, is dedicated to this saint.