Quayside Guesthouse is a quirky yet beautifully renovated stone stable dating back to the 19th Century that overlooks the gorgeous Dingle Harbour. It has been fully restored to act as a guesthouse without sacrificing any of its old-world charm. The close proximity to Dingle Harbour make this an idyllic location, with a 6 minute walk to the water where you can enjoy some water activities such as kayaking or visiting “Fungi” the famous Dingle Dolphin.
The 6 simple rooms feature sloped ceilings and warm colours, private bathrooms with walk-in showers. Rooms are also equipped with free WiFi and cable TV.
All Guestrooms Include:
- Private bathroom
- Free toiletries
- Hair dryer
- Premium bedding
- Iron/ironing board (on request)
- Access via exterior corridors
- Blackout drapes/curtains
- Shower only
- Free WiFi
- Individually decorated
Cooked-to-order breakfasts are available for a surcharge and are served each morning between 8:00 AM and 10:30 AM.
Dingle, County Kerry
On the Map: Dingle is located in County Kerry on the beautiful southwest coast of Ireland. The town is most easily accessible via the N86 road from Tralee, a major town 50 minutes/ 50km to the east.
The residents of Dingle, or An Daingean as it is now officially known, are the envy of everyone in Ireland. They live in what many agree is the most beautiful part in the country, in a strikingly attractive fishing village with fantastic pubs, rousing music, great restaurants and more characters per head of population than anywhere in the world. The key to Dingle is to visit as many pubs as you can while there. Seek out the old pubs frequented by the locals, sit up to the bar, order a drink and prepare to be entertained! The Dingle Peninsula on which the town is located is littered with ancient archeological sites including stone forts and many beehive huts. Scenically, the Peninsula is an absolute delight with every turn of the road revealing more of the achingly beautiful landscape. One highlight is the Slea Head loop drive from Dingle which is easily driven in an hour or cycled in an afternoon. For the energetic, a day spent climbing Mount Brandon, the peninsula’s highest, will be richly rewarded. The views from the top on a clear day are absolutely stunning.