Fahan BeeHive Huts

Fahan BeeHive Huts, Dingle: Address, Phone Number, Fahan BeeHive Huts Reviews: 4/5

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Fiona Murray
Ireland27 contributions
Aug 2021 • Friends
No idea what this experience is about, 12 euros to walk up a small hill and look at a bunch of stones. I could buy a good jar of Manuka honey for the money spent visiting this scam of an experience. Giving Kerry and Dingle a bad reputation unfortunately.
Written 18 August 2021
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Elena M
7 contributions
May 2021 • Friends
!! Do not touch the baby lambs!!! Two of us got bitten by the lambs and both bites developed a severe infection! Both wounds had to be cut open and stitched combined with an antibiotics intake because of the infection. We sent Aedan an email, explaining what happend, only to inform him that the bites can get inflamed and that he should provide a sign for that on his farm to inform other visitors, especially parents of little children. But his answer was only condescending and patronising, implying it was our own fault. Therefore we now decided to use this platform to warn other visitors.
Written 7 June 2021
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Dirk N
Belfast, UK11 contributions
Jun 2020 • Friends
The beehives are a fascinating part of Irelands history and worthwhile seeing for a few euro.
However, trying to make money out of lamb petting, etc is a joke. Ireland lost too many tourists returning because of the greedy few.
On the same route enjoy a stop at The Stonehouse.
Written 3 February 2021
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M.Nelson
27 contributions
Nov 2019
Driving to the huts is a mini tour in itself of the beautiful peninsula. The huts are an amazing feat of engineering and you can take as much time as you want and be hands on with the stones to explore these amazing ruins.
Written 19 October 2020
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saeb38
Greystones, Ireland1,542 contributions
Sep 2020 • Couples
Nice to see a bit of history. Worth the stop but only if you are on the road. There are a few stops on the road of the same stone huts.
Written 19 September 2020
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Morgan1925
Dublin, Ireland217 contributions
Sep 2020 • Friends
A must along the slead head drive beautiful behive huts really interesting and beautiful view
Price is very cheap
Written 6 September 2020
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nic_cox
Dublin, Ireland19 contributions
Aug 2020 • Friends
This might be the best place in Ireland to have a cup of tea ... incredible views, beehive huts , Aodhan the owner is great craic and yip I may have to give up lamb. If you’re in the area definitely make time to stop.
Written 28 August 2020
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ser
13 contributions
Mar 2020
Reading about the bee hive huts made me excited to learn more about the way people lived in Ireland before modern life. I read about Fahan Beehives and expected the worst. ACTUALLY, I was surprised. My family went to see this on a cold, rainy March morning. We entered the huts and got a feel for what could have been. Sheep were grazing, rain was falling, a stiff breeze was blowing and the beehive was warm and dry. We enjoyed the visit. The scenery was peaceful, We did not get any sheep dog shows and did not share the site with many people. It was great for an introverted family.
Written 16 March 2020
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bearlewine
Pittsburgh, PA118 contributions
Feb 2020
We did the Slea Head Drive and this is on the way out to the point. Worth the stop for 15 or 20 minutes to see a rich piece of history. A few Euros to get in and a short steep walk up the hillside to see. Awesome spot to take pictures not only of the Beehives themselves, but also the coast line of the Dingle Peninsula. Dont drive by. Stop. Take a look.
Written 2 March 2020
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Mark H
44 contributions
Feb 2020
This was an interesting attraction to visit, admission is quite reasonable. The structures really make you wonder how it was possible to create these structures without machinery or sophisticated tools and have them stand so long. As per many oddities that dot the world it is bewildering. On the day of my visit it was a ridiculously blustery day with a storm blowing dale force winds. If you get the opportunity to go , do it. Life is too short not to avail yourself of the wonders that surround us.
Written 9 February 2020
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