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Maggie runs a good show. Her beautiful house is impeccably clean. The breakfast menu is innovative, smoked salmon as well as the usual full Irish and all very generous portions.
We can't wait to go back again.
Maggie couldn't have been more accommodating for our family. We stayed two nights during the Dingle Food Festival and had a great time. Shortly after arrival, Maggie let our 2-year old son borrow her teddy bear; he slept with it both nights. The first morning...More
Great host, great location, great property, rooms with a view of the bay. This is an immaculate B&B with quiet, spotless rooms. Our room faced the water, had a comfortable bed and ensuite bathroom. The location is ideal, right on the water with a short...More
Maggie is just the best, the lodge is spotless, the rooms are roomy and the location is Great.
Maggie presents a very nice breakfast, a good range of choices from a full Irish to Yogurt and cereal.
I can not recommend the Emlagh Lodge to...More
Warm welcome at this beautifully immaculate property situated overlooking the sea.. A few minutes walk into the town.
Quiet and lovely location with breakfast to die for.
Loved every aspect of it.
Would go back when ever in the area.
Good morning and greetings from sunny Dingle. On occasion you can see the dolphin from the south facing bedroom windows but you do need to take a boat trip or the coastal walk along the harbor to the mouth of the Bay where... More
Good morning and greetings from sunny Dingle. On occasion you can see the dolphin from the south facing bedroom windows but you do need to take a boat trip or the coastal walk along the harbor to the mouth of the Bay where he swims. He very rarely comes in by the pier. The boat trips run on the hour daily weather permitting of course and the walk takes about 25 minutes to the mouth of the harbor.