Activities for a Rainy Day in Dingle

What to Do in Dingle When it Rains

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  • Kieran W
    1 contribution
    Myself & my husband totally enjoyed our tour of the dingle distillery this morning. We found our tour guide so interesting & friendly
    Written 16 September 2020
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  • Helen194
    Dundonald, UK2 contributions
    Amazing facility, a lot bigger than expected. The staff were so friendly and knowledgeable. I have to mention Katie especially who made our visit! We’re attended all the feeding times and Katie was on hand delivering informative talks and answering any questions. Learned a lot!
    Written 25 April 2022
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  • dashing_pilot
    Seattle, WA62 contributions
    A well blended mixture of new and old. A quiet and serene place. Check out the dedicated stain good windows while you are there.
    Written 7 February 2020
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  • Peter B
    Dublin, Ireland10 contributions
    If you're in town, pop in for a quick 20 mins to see some of the most impressive, unique and intricate stain glass windows by one of Ireland's most famous artists.
    Written 21 July 2021
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  • Oliicube
    Dingle, Ireland9 contributions
    Many of the Photos listed here are of a different Church. There is no entrance fee. It is a Catholic Churchi. The Stained Glass is lovely. It is not by Harry Clarke. These are in the Diseart Convent nearby. A fine place of worship. Candles good value at just 35c each. Worth a visit. Stay a while. Say a prayer.
    Written 5 September 2020
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  • Patricia E
    Cascais, Portugal7 contributions
    Should be open on Sundays. Helpful ideas for walks here - you need to ask! There were plenty of maps available
    Written 29 June 2021
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  • Mojo
    3 contributions
    Carol's work speaks for itself - her ability to capture the ocean is simply exceptional. Add in Carol's friendliness and warmth and a trip to Dingle is not complete without a trip to her gallery
    Written 14 September 2020
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  • Barbie
    Las Vegas, NV136 contributions
    We were fortunate to meet the adorable Sinead as well as her 2 dogs in her studio which was filled with beautiful handmade pottery for sale.
    Written 24 August 2019
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  • Ashling O
    1 contribution
    We were a large group of 24 that called to Dick Macs, Aussie gave us a sample of some of their different types of beer. Beautiful. Great host and a very friendly atmosphere. The highlight of the trip came when Laura gave us a tour of the brewhouse. She was very passionate about the business and spoke about the importance of supporting local. Laura's enthusiasm alone would make you want to come back and continue to support such a lovely business.
    Written 17 May 2022
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  • RealFoodIreland
    Ireland146 contributions
    If you like Wild Atlantic sea paintings go visit this gallery. I loved her work. No entrance fee, it's free and we'll with a look see.
    Written 29 August 2019
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  • liamglasnevin
    Dublin, Ireland12 contributions
    This is a good stop on the Slea Head drive. Takes 30mins to have a look around. Good insight into the local area and also great Ogham Stones to be seen. Nice little gift and book shop too
    Written 10 August 2019
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  • flyawayCT
    Guilford, CT140 contributions
    Mr Fazio emigrated from Italy to Ireland to continue his artistry as a stone carve using the symbols and scenes of the Wild Atlantic Way to inspire his work. We stopped here a couple of time to look at his work and were very impressed by the design, execution and beauty of his many pieces. The artist works quietly in his workshop while visitors tour the small gallery. A sculpture called "Sea Swirl" was the perfect gift for a close family relative. The first consideration was"how do we get it home?" It weighed about thirty pounds and was not something you could put in a carry-on. To further complicate matters, the shop only took cash - no credit cards or checks. A quick trip to the ATM, a little paperwork, a lot of euros for shipping, and Antonio assured us the piece would arrive safely in a week or two. We left the shop with nothing more than a handwritten receipt on a spare piece of paper. About a week later the package arrived, the sculpture was in perfect condition and we had a great gift to give and a restored faith in old world artistry and an old fashioned way of doing business.
    Written 29 March 2017
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  • Ellen N
    Norristown, PA32 contributions
    We stopped in on a Saturday to a warm welcome. We spent an hour visiting different rooms filled with original art by Irish artists. We settled on a small painting of a lake surrounded by mountains, a big sky and trees that will always remind us of our visit. Because we wanted to take it on the plane we needed the frame removed. The owner made a special trip in to do this for us, wrapping it in bubble wrap for the journey home. Just another lovely Irish person to remember!
    Written 6 June 2018
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  • TheOldAnchor
    Annascaul, Ireland53 contributions
    If you've ever wanted to try stand up paddling then Wild SUP is where you need go. Ed, Oona & baby Roan are the best guides. They run a professional and safe company and have vast knowledge of the best spots on the Dingle peninsula and of the sport itself. We went on a paddle Dingle Bay and again on a night paddle on Annascaul lake. If you're heading for the Dingle Peninsula and want to try something a little different, check these guys out! Thanks Ed, Oona & Roan!

    Brian & Beata
    Written 5 May 2022
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  • Cassie F
    5 contributions
    We spent a full day touring the Dingle Peninsula with Mossie in May 2022. The sights were unlike anything we've seen. However, spending the day with Mossie was truly the highlight of our day and our vacation. He is passionate, knowledgable, and an incredibly kind man. We learned so much about our Irish history and the Dingle Peninsula, and it is certainly a day we will remember forever. Mossie will be our first call when we return to Ireland in the future and I would recommend him to ALL of my family and friends. You cannot find better than him!!!!
    Written 22 May 2022
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