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James G. Ashe's Bed and Breakfast

Main Street, Dingle Ireland
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#58 of 78 in Dingle
Accommodation in town center. All rooms en-suite, sat t.v, Free WIFI,without breakfast.
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Aíne wrote a review Sep 2021
Dublin, Ireland8 contributions9 helpful votes
Unfortunately we couldn't get a nights sleep due to some kind of motor/generator outside the window of our room and the noise from the street was unbearable in all 3 rooms. As residents it would have been nice to eat in the restaurant but booked out for the time we stayed.
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Date of stay: September 2021
Room Tip: Due to the small size of the building all rooms were exposed to noise.
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Radicaltrousers wrote a review Jul 2021
Bratislava, Slovakia4 contributions5 helpful votes
I booked in here at the last minute. The room is fine but outside is quite noisy when the pubs close. Lots of singing and shouting outside and no breakfast which came as a surprise in the morning. When I called the owner about that she was more concerned that I was out by 10 am. She was quite dismissive. The food in the pub downstairs is pretty expensive and there's nothing for vegetarians. We are encouraged to staycation in Ireland at the moment. Give this one a miss.
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Date of stay: July 2021Trip type: Travelled
Stuart R wrote a review Jun 2019
Marrakech, Morocco13 contributions5 helpful votes
First visit to Dingle and first visit to Ashe’s but definitely not the last! Amazing meal made from locally sourced fish and meat - thoroughly recommend the beef and Guinness stew with mash. Accompanied throughout by the best Guinness I have ever tasted!👏👍
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Date of stay: June 2019Trip type: Travelled
Gregg G wrote a review Jun 2019
Grand Island, New York44 contributions10 helpful votes
Was disappointed at the high prices and the friendliness of the staff. Doesn’t reflect the outside appearance of a friendly Dingle Pub. Food was good, restaurant was clean. Depends on what your looking for on Dingle
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Date of stay: June 2019Trip type: Travelled
Foodietravels wrote a review May 2019
Dublin, Ireland48 contributions15 helpful votes
I've stayed in Dingle multiple times and never had a bad experience. From staying in Benners Hotel or Skelligs Hotel or several Air B'n'B private accommodation, all my previous experiences were great. I chose to stay in James G. Ashe's Bed and Breakfast just to try a different place but I truly regret this. First of all , its not a Bed and Breakfast as they do not serve breakfast even though they have a bar and restaurant downstairs. The ensuite room was clean but this is the only positive. On my first night I struggled to fall asleep due to noise on the street, but was prepared to wait till it subdued. However a loud buzzing noise kept me awake. I realised it was the cooler box in the room and unplugged it. Noise went away, only to be replaced by another buzzing humming noise which was relentless thru the night ( boiler room? Central heating? Kitchen fridges below? I do not know) Eventually I fell asleep at around 7 am only to be woken again by loud voices right outside my room at 8.30 am. The following night I purchased ear plugs and being exhausted from lack of sleep the previous night was looking forward to a blissful night of deep sleep. HOWEVER, even with ear plugs the buzzing and humming was loud enough to keep me awake till 4.30 am, finally fell asleep due to exhaustion , only to be woken up again at 7.30 by activity in the building. But the most disappointing thing apart from not being able to sleep was the unwelcoming feeling I felt from the owner..in my experience Dingle is very welcoming and so are its people, but in this instance the owner couldn't care less, and when she met me, after being checked in by another staff member, she could barely muster a hello..if so jaded by visitors, then stop offering accommodation .. I tried to speak to her about the room, but she swiftly moved away and cut me short. Also I wonder does the accommodation upstairs have a fire cert, it can be seen from the pictures too that the landing outside the rooms is pretty chaotic .. never again!
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Date of stay: May 2019
Trip type: Travelled
Room Tip: go elsewhere!
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US$80 - US$89 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
IrelandProvince of MunsterCounty KerryDingle PeninsulaDingle
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Frequently Asked Questions about James G. Ashe's Bed and Breakfast
Which popular attractions are close to James G. Ashe's Bed and Breakfast?
Nearby attractions include Siopa Ceoil An Daingin - Dingle Music Shop (0.4 km), O'Sullivan's Courthouse Pub (0.1 km), and St James' Church (0.05 km).
What food & drink options are available at James G. Ashe's Bed and Breakfast?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at James G. Ashe's Bed and Breakfast?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to James G. Ashe's Bed and Breakfast?
Conveniently located restaurants include The Fish Box / Flannery's Seafood Bar, Kool Scoops of Dingle, and Bean in Dingle.
Is James G. Ashe's Bed and Breakfast located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.5 km away from the centre of Dingle.
Are there any historical sites close to James G. Ashe's Bed and Breakfast?
Many travellers enjoy visiting St James' Church (0.05 km), Scanlon's Pet Farm (0.3 km), and Ballyavenooragh (0.10 km).