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All reviewswould definitely stay here againstreet parkinggreat locationfamily roompubs and restaurantsb blovely bed and breakfastin townwe loved our staythe main streetwonderful hostshalf doorcomfortable bedsfollowing morningstayed one nighta great stayirish breakfast
Stayed in this B and B last night for 1 night and found the room to be very clean and well laid out. The Breakfast was yum and it was well priced. The only thing I would have suggested was a kettle in the bed...More
Wonderful B&B in a great location. Spotless, great beds and a home cooked
breakfast. We went to the restaurant Maurice suggested ( The Half Door), it was fantastic. We lucked out and found parking on the street. We would defiantly
stay here again.
Above their family travel agency. Kathleen and Maurice run a very convenient B&B within short walking to everything important. Maurice gave us three of the very best pubs to checkout while Kathleen provided her usual terrific full Irish breakfast freshly cooked to your order. Nice...More
Stayed one night while passing through Dingle on our road trip of the west coast of Ireland. Stayed in the twin room with 2 friends.
Friendly staff, spacious rooms with comfortable beds, good shower with toiletries provided, breakfast included.
Parking is free on the street,...More
Spacious room. Toiletries provided. Comfy beds. Good breakfast. Centrally located. Nice clean comfortable stay.Friendly staff. Parking limited to street only so I'd advise walk around town and leave the car parked.
Yes, the parking is free, but they don't have their own parking lot. You will have to parallel park on the street in front. A bit tricky for those of us not used to driving on the left side of the road, but it was very... More
Yes, the parking is free, but they don't have their own parking lot. You will have to parallel park on the street in front. A bit tricky for those of us not used to driving on the left side of the road, but it was very common to see cars parked facing both directions, so feel free to approach from either side. The street is not that wide anyway! Dingle is a small town, and Sraid Eoin House is toward the edge of the busiest area, so finding a space was never a problem for me. I never saw one of those parking meter dispensers, don't know if there are any in Dingle or not, but there weren't in front of our building. And the rest of Dingle is small enough that you can walk everywhere.
In short, not a problem!