Holiday Cottages in Dingle, County Kerry, Ireland
Self Catering Holiday Accommodation

Dinlge Dingle has long been a favourite among travellers. The breathtaking Dingle Peninsula spans more than twenty miles of rugged green hills and golden sandy beaches, and the region's sprawling countryside also boasts rare prehistoric and early Christian structures and artifacts, such as stone beehive huts dating from the sixth century.

There are many opportunities to hear traditional Irish music in the town, particularly during the summer tourist season. Dingle has a number of pubs as well as restaurants and cafes. There is also an aquarium in the town, and a number of art and craft shops.

Since 1984 a bottlenose dolphin has frequented the Dingle harbour area. He has been given the name Fungi and has become a major attraction for visitors. There is a bronze sculpture of Fungi in Dingle.


BallintaggartBallintaggart : Dingle : Prices €425 - €850
These twelve holiday homes are an exclusive courtyard development in the grounds of a 300 year old hunting lodge, Ballintaggart House. They offer a traditional courtyard design and are strategically placed to maximise the impact of the views of Dingle Bay, Skellig Rocks and the reeks. Email:

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