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Aileen and Maurice who run this excellent pub/ restaurant/b& b are charming hosts and most helpful. We dropped our luggage off before our walk on the Dingle Way and Maurice offered to come and collect us if we got tired. Fortunately we didn't need him...More
I stayed for one night with group of 7 in self hiking tour. The B&B was very good. Even recommended for romantic gateway. The location is not in walking distance to anything but there is a pub restaurant in the lodge itself. Rooms, bathroom, breakfast,...More
You can take a shower in this hotel even if you are not a guest. It's useful if you make a roadtrip and sleep in a car like we did. :) We also met a very pleasant staff, who gave us useful advice about trip...More
I recenty stayed at An Bothar for one night while walking the Dingle Way and it is ideal for that purpose ...
- big nicely decorated bedrooms;
- the bathroom was big with a large bath (shower over) which was welcome after a long day...More
Got lost searching for a recommended restaurant on the tip of the peninsula and stopped here out of hunger. Pleasant surprise. Watched Gaelic football while having crab sandwiches and soup. Vegetarian companions who do eat fish were quite happy. Friendly service.
US$107 - US$167 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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