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Main Road between Annascaul and Dingle, Lispole Ireland
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jameshPhiladelphia wrote a review Oct 2010
Philadelphia12 contributions3 helpful votes
We had a terrific stay in April 2010 at Noelene's B&B. Everything was immaculately clean. Noelene went out of her way to give us directions and point us to the best local sites. She is a wonderful person and this is a wonderful place to stay. It is just outside of Dingle city.
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Date of stay: April 2010
shakeelsid wrote a review Sep 2010
Mullingar, Ireland1 contribution3 helpful votes
We stayed at this B&B during a short trip to Dingle in Aug 2010. The B&B is run by a charming owner / operator. The rooms were adequately furnished, the facilities were better than many other similar priced B&Bs we had stayed in the same season. The home-made breakfast was always a treat and the Kids loved it. The kids also fell in love the the two dogs on the property. The owner knows the local area well, and helped us plan our excursions each morning. All in all, the stay at this place was very comfortable and enjoyable.
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Date of stay: August 2010
trishm51 wrote a review May 2010
Edmonton, Canada4 contributions8 helpful votes
We stayed here for 3 nights in April with our daughter. It was a quiet weekend for Noeline so she gave our daughter her own room for no charge! The place is immaculate and comfortable and you could not meet a kinder,more generous host.She offered numerous suggestions for sightseeing and even called and booked an excursion for us.But to top it off,she did all all our laundry and refused to take payment!! Now, that is a saint! One tip however,if you should stay there be forewarned no toiletries are provided so make sure you have some soap and shampoo. Her breakfasts were good and she always offered us tea after our day was done. She is what makes Ireland memorable,it's the people more than the place.
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Date of stay: April 2010
MsacksChicago wrote a review Feb 2010
Chicago1 contribution4 helpful votes
This was our first trip to Ireland and some friends of ours recommended we stay at Hands Dunromen B&B in Dingle. It was very easy to find and upon our arrival at the B&B we were greeted by the owner Noeline Hand who offered us Tea and Homemade cakes and pastries which we thoroughly appreciated after our long journey from Shannon. While we were enjoying our Tea, Noeline gave us some of the local history of Dingle and some points of interest we should see while staying in Dingle. She recommended we take an Eco boat trip to the Blasket islands; she even called and made the booking for us. The boat trip to the Blasket Island was the highlight of our trip to Ireland and we highly recommend this tour to everyone. This is a side of Ireland not many people get to see. My wife and I
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Date of stay: August 2009
midweifathome wrote a review Nov 2009
Reinholds, Pennsylvania34 contributions43 helpful votes
This modern b&b was the first stop on our west coast trip for my 24yo daughter and myself. It was an easy drive from Shannon as it is located on the main Tralee-Dingle road but is completely quiet and private. Our room was well sized and the beds very comfortable and awakening to the sheep in the pasture had us smiling each morning. The smiles continued over breakfast freshly prepared by Noeline; she asked what we wanted and it appeared! Noeline was friendly, cheerful and energetic and talking with her gave us a great overview of the Irish speaking Gaeltacht and the Dingle Peninsula. We followed her suggestions for hikes and drives and things to do. Slea Head drive with the truly breathtaking scenery, quaint pubs, and lovely shops in the villages and along out-of-the-way
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Date of stay: June 2009
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IrelandProvince of MunsterCounty KerryDingle PeninsulaLispole
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