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Caroline is excellent- she is so kind, went to pick me up and drop me at the station, and she was always so willing to help and to answer any questions.
The surroundings are beautiful.
Wifi worked great and apart from a big kitchen, there...More
Excellent place to stay in Dingle. Looking forward to going back next summer. Would recommend a stay here. Good location. Relaxed atmosphere. The campsite is a good option too - looked nice and chilled.
This was a great time of year to visit as it was nice and quiet. We had a lot of room to ourselves and had full use of the kitchen to make our breakfast and lunch. Comfortable beds. Very friendly and helpful staff. A very...More
We spent a night here on our 10 days of camp-travelling.The place is very pleasant, and the caretaker is a brilliant man. Everything is clean and tidy. Free use of a well-equipped kitchen and bathrooms. Reasonable prices. Highly can recommend!
Stayed here for 4 nights in August, absolutely loved it. Great campsite facilities and lovely staff. Kitchen was well stocked with pots, pans, two fridges, freezers. There's wifi in the house as well. Easy 10/15 min walk to Dingle town centre; bring a flashlight at...More
What are the names of the closest pubs and bars and what are the distances to them
15 October 2015|
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Response from KimS1988 | Reviewed this property |
Hello! Okay, first, there are TONS of bars in Dingle. Basically Dingle is a two road town. On those two roads is something ridiculous, like 45 pubs. So there are plenty of pubs near you. My favorites while I was there were... More
Hello! Okay, first, there are TONS of bars in Dingle. Basically Dingle is a two road town. On those two roads is something ridiculous, like 45 pubs. So there are plenty of pubs near you. My favorites while I was there were: John Benny's Pub (great traditional Irish atmosphere with live music in the evening), The Dingle Pub (another traditional Irish pub) and Doyle's (which is technically a restaurant but if you're looking for a more upscale feel this is the one for you. GREAT food too). All of these bars are a 2 minute drive, 10-15 minute walk. Easy, easy. Hope this helps!
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"All rooms seem the same but didnt get to look at many. Everyone seemed happy there."