Overlooking the Dingle Harbour and a mere 5-minute walk from the town centre, Dingle Harbour Lodge invites holidaymakers to a seaside break on the Dingle Peninsula. Making use of this abode’s location, travellers may take a trip to Blasket Island and enjoy a ferry ride, while history enthusiasts may visit the 12th-century Hiberno-Romanesque Church.
The hotel boasts rooms with en suite bathrooms, wooden floors and large windows that overlook the picturesque Dingle Harbour and Yacht Marina. They are also equipped with flat-screen satellite TVs, complimentary toiletries, and tea and coffee making facilities.
All guests can start their day with a hearty breakfast - the hotel’s dining room serves up a range of hot and cold meals to enjoy.
Groupon’s Guide To Co. Kerry
Boasting a most varied range of land formations, Co. Kerry counts as one of the most sought after tourist destinations in entire Ireland. Mountains, peninsulas, islands, a dramatic coastline, a host of lakes and the 179km long Ring of Kerry turn this county into a paradise for globetrotters with a penchant for outdoor leisure.
The dramatic view of Skellig Michael, renowned for its medieval monastery built on cliffs, is a sight to not miss out once in Kerry. On top of this World Heritage Site, travellers can explore the Killarney National Park with its interlinked lakes and unique wildlife, the seemingly otherworldly Mount Brandon on Dingle Peninsula and the Torc Mountain with its scenic Torc Waterfall.