Stayed two nights and two rainy days. Great bar for locals and guests. Live music on the first night in form of a fiddle. Good food and breakfast. While the place has a lived in feel, our room (Room B or C) upstairs was great with view onto the bay and windows on two sides.
Spent one day driving over Connor Pass (foggy so challenging) and then exploring Dingle (charming) and busy, and driving up to Slea's Head. Second day drove to Brandon Bay and boys went surfacing at one of Jamie Knox's sites - 10 euros per board and wetsuit for 90 mins (more than enough in cold Atlantic). Beautiful wide beach, which seemed half empty because of size.
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- Family run guesthouse, nestling at the foot of Mount Brandon. "A little bit of Heaven in the Kingdom" ... more less
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