we rented the whole house for our group of 10- The house had lots of space- there is a sitting room and another small room behind that, a large dining room, and large kitchen and laundry. There were plenty of beds to go around. The owners live next door and were easily available to answer questions and help us light the oven when we couldn't figure it out. She took time to show us around and give us a tour of the house and gave recommendations for things to see and do while there. They offered a free boat tour, but we decided not to take it. The house is a few miles outside dingle town and was quiet, but very close to the town. Views all around the house were beautiful, very close to Conor pass- must check out.
Visited Ireland with three couples, four grandkids, and close family friend. Dunroman
perfect as has 4 upstairs bedrooms, all en suite, large front room plus den, dining room and kitchen on main floor. What makes it a perfect place to stay for visiting Dingle and Dingle Peninsula is the hospitality of the owners, Noeline and Tom Hand. Gracious and always ready to help with sightseeing tips, dining recommendations, and even arranged a free boat trip to explore Dingle Bay and track down Fungi, the Dingle Dolphin. We stayed in several B&B's in Ireland, this one stands out
Easy to find, friendly & helpful host, great fry, great value, beautiful location, gorgeous dog, nice cosy living room with lots to read about Dingle & the rest of Kerry, several small quitet beaches & cliff walks only minutes away, short drive to the beach at slea head which for me is the highlight of my many visits to Kerry, few mins outside Dingle with its lovely little traditional irish bars & great places to eat (The Dingle Pub is a must.. yum yum!).
Would I recommend this B&B?? A big huge massive YES!
We were scrambling the day of our visit to Dingle to find a reasonable B&B for a family of four. Our internet was limited and found Hand's Dunroman. The price was right and room was clean. Noelene was a gracious hostess and quickly made tea for us. I agree with others that the breakfast was not as good as other places. I felt like we became quite the connoisseurs of Irish sausage & rashers. These did not meet our standards.
But the room was very clean and place was kept tidy. Big enough for family of four or five.
We were the only ones staying, so I can't comment on the noise. We were in the back so the highway noise was not a factor. Also it is a 7 minute drive into Dingle, not bad if you aren't drinking.
We had difficulties with the TV as well. I just chalked it up to being in Ireland. ; ) Also wi-fi only works in one space of the entire B&B.
Dunroman B & B is a fair hike into Dingle (a great village) and as such is a little out of the way and inconvenient. The room was very well appointed and we had really great views to the mountains. Bathroom was fine. Breakfast the next morning was average as there was a cycling group staying as well and the cook seemed to be rushed off her feet to make breakfast for so many. The toast was cold when brought out but was replaced when we let them know. We decided not worry about waiting for a cooked breakfast.