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Hotels in Dingle Peninsula

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Top-rated Dingle Peninsula hotels

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John Street, Dingle, Ireland
0.2 km from city centre
$210
Avg. per night
Dingle, Dingle, Ireland
0.8 km from city centre
Pool
Free Wi-Fi
$330
Avg. per night

Other accommodations in Dingle Peninsula

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Praia da Oura Apartado 827, Rua Oliveira Martins, Albufeira, Faro, Portugal
2.4 km from city centre
Free Wi-Fi
Parking
$89
Avg. per night
7 Hatton Garden, Liverpool, United Kingdom
0.4 km from city centre
Free Wi-Fi
$176
Avg. per night
6-12 St Martins Lane, Auckland, New Zealand
1.5 km from city centre
Free Wi-Fi
$129
Avg. per night
54 Robins Road, Queenstown, New Zealand
0.6 km from city centre
Free Wi-Fi
Spa
$157
Avg. per night
102 Albert Street, Auckland, New Zealand
0.5 km from city centre
Free Wi-Fi
$24
Avg. per night
13 Wasa Wasa Road, Nadi, Fiji
4.0 km from city centre
Free Wi-Fi
$24
Avg. per night
21-28 Talbot Place, Dublin, Ireland
1.0 km from city centre
Free Wi-Fi
Airport shuttle
$71
Avg. per night
5 Motuariki Lane, Lake Tekapo, New Zealand
0.1 km from city centre
Free Wi-Fi
Parking
$70
Avg. per night

Where to stay in Dingle Peninsula

Explore different neighbourhoods and areas within Dingle Peninsula to find the perfect location for your stay. Map data was last updated on 22 February 2024.
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About Dingle Peninsula

Fringed by dramatic cliffs and hidden beaches, the Dingle Peninsula protrudes into the Atlantic Ocean off the south-west coast of Ireland. It is renowned for its links to Irish-language storytellers, poets and writers. The offshore Blanket Islands are particularly famed for their memoirs documenting 19th-century rural life.

Things to do in Dingle Peninsula

Majestic landscapes, centuries-old ruins and monuments steeped in mystery - the Dingle Peninsula has it all.

Photograph the MV Ranga. In 1982, this Spanish cargo vessel lost power during a storm and became wrecked at Dunmore Head. While the crew was rescued, the ship was written off and broke into two, with only the bow still visible today. Coincide your visit with a stop at nearby Coumeenole Beach, which offers scenic views of the Blasket Islands.

Drive Conor Pass. At 455 metres, Conor Pass is one of the highest paved roads in Ireland and offers spectacular views along its winding route. It takes in dramatic cliff faces and high corrie lakes, with several spots to stop along the way. From the pass, you can view both the northern and southern coastlines of the Dingle Peninsula.

Explore the ruins of Rahinnane Castle. Constructed on the site of an ancient ringfort is this 15th-century castle, which is located in the west of the Dingle Peninsula. Listed as a National Monument, it is believed by some to be the last piece of land in Ireland to be held by the Vikings. Rahinnane Castle was finally ruined during the Cromwellian conquest in the mid-17th century.

Witness the Gallarus Oratory. Built from red sandstone, this centuries-old oratory is one of Ireland’s best-preserved early Christian churches and an impressive example of ancient drystone construction. It overlooks the harbour at Ard na Caithne, not far from the early monastic settlement of Reask.

Getting around Dingle Peninsula

Kerry Airport serves as the main aviation gateway to the Dingle Peninsula and has seasonal flights to destinations across Europe. Buses connect to towns and villages throughout the Dingle Peninsula, although renting a car gives you greater freedom to explore the area.

Facts about staying in Dingle Peninsula

Find useful tips and insights about staying in Dingle Peninsula to help you make the most of your experience. FAQs were last updated on 22 February 2024.
  • Where is the best place to stay in Dingle Peninsula?

    Dingle, Castlegregory, and Ballydavid are some of the most favoured places to stay in Dingle Peninsula.

  • What are the best hotels in Dingle Peninsula?

    173 reviews rated Dingle Skellig Hotel & Peninsula Spa with an average score of 8.3/10. It may also be worth looking into the Dingle Bay Hotel, which received a rating of 8.8/10 from 1,284 reviews. Dingle Harbour Lodge B&B could also be a good option, with a score of 8.2/10 from 1,397 reviews.

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