This picture-perfect self-catering holiday accommodation is an ideal base to enjoy the magnificent views and discover the local attractions in the colourful and much-loved town.
There are roughly 30 pubs in Dingle town, each with their own unique character and charm. Foxy John’s a 4-minute walk away from this holiday home is a hardware store, a bike hire spot and a traditional Irish pub all under one roof – a visit to Foxy John’s should be top of your to do list when visiting Dingle.
Established in 2021, take a tour of the local distillery, a 12-minute walk for this holiday home. Dingle Whiskey Distillery is located in a converted sawmill on the outskirts of Dingle town. In addition to whiskey, the distillery also produces and markets Dingle vodka and Dingle Gin.
For a memorable day out take the short ferry-ride from Dingle to the famous Blasket Islands. After a day exploring these tranquil islands visit Murphy’s Ice Cream on Strand Street close to the harbour. The selection of delicious flavours is never-ending, try Pink Champagne Sorbet, Honey Cardamom, or even Chocolate Whiskey ice cream to name but a few.
Dingle Town Holiday Home is a wonderful base for discovering the beauty of the surrounding area of the Dingle Peninsula. Once called “the most beautiful place on earth” by National Geographic, Dingle Peninsula has a variety of top attractions and activities.
Set off on a scenic drive and experience Conor’s Pass, the highest mountain pass in Ireland. This road provides the most dramatic and scenic crossing from the north to south coast of the Dingle Peninsula. Another scenic drive or cycle on your list of things to see and do in Dingle should be Slea Head Drive. This is a circular route, forming part of the Wild Atlantic Way, beginning and ending in Dingle, which passes by Coumeenole Beach one of the most spectacular beaches in Ireland. On route you will find a large number of attractions and stunning views on the western end of the Dingle Peninsula.
Hill walking holidays in Dingle are very popular, experience the best of the Dingle Peninsula on some of the most scenic hikes in Ireland. Walk from Conor Pass to Croaghskearda Loop, take in the 3 Peaks of Annascaul or walk part of the Dingle Way. Of course, you could also take on Mount Brandon or Brandon at 952 metres, the 8th–highest peak in Ireland.
After your next self-catering holiday in Dingle, you and your guests with leave with lifelong memories and a longing to return again and again to experience its dramatic scenery and the lively seaside town of Dingle.