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We only booked one night at Maggies place (we would have stayed longer if we would have known that the place is so nice) - we arrived late in the evening due to an accident with someone having trouble driving on the left side of...More
I had the pleasure of staying in Emlagh Lodge with my boyfriend for 2 nights at the beginning of May (7th-9th) and it was out of this world! The B&B is located on Dingle's picturesque sea front and within 5 minutes walk to the town...More
Very clean. Seaview is a wonderful room with lots of space, a large bathroom, a window that has a full view of the harbor and a side skylight with a view of the bay. The Bayview room is smaller with a view only of the...More
The location of this B&B is perfect! Our rooms had large windows that faced the water with cows roaming in the nearby field. Maggie is very attentive and even picked us up/dropped us off at the bus stop so we would not have to walk...More
An absolutely wonderful bed and breakfast which is in a quite area with lovely views from the room but also a very short walk from the city center. Maggie runs a tight ship with spotless rooms and great local knowledge. Our room was very cozy...More
Good morning and greetings from sunny Dingle. On occasion you can see the dolphin from the south facing bedroom windows but you do need to take a boat trip or the coastal walk along the harbor to the mouth of the Bay where... More
Good morning and greetings from sunny Dingle. On occasion you can see the dolphin from the south facing bedroom windows but you do need to take a boat trip or the coastal walk along the harbor to the mouth of the Bay where he swims. He very rarely comes in by the pier. The boat trips run on the hour daily weather permitting of course and the walk takes about 25 minutes to the mouth of the harbor.