Things To Do

During your stay with us we invite you to swim where our world famous Fungie the Dingle Dolphin made his home, take a boat trip to the Blasket Islands, or recover after climbing Mount Brandon. Take the Dingle Way Walking Trail, admire and wonder at Gallarus Oratory. Relax and enjoy with friends the hospitality of Dingle’s world famous restaurants and bars.

David Lean’s film, Ryan’s Daughter captured the rugged beauty of Corca Dhuibhne, we invite you to experience this for yourself. Relax on Inch Beach, walk in Annascaul in the footsteps of Tom Crean and stop awhile in Lispole to visit Minard and Kinard.

Drive the Conor Pass and visit Brandon and Cloghane, explore the Maherees and Castlegregory.  Cross Milltown Bridge and make sure to visit Dingle Distillery before or after you experience the Slea Head Drive. Stay a while with Páidi Ó Sé in Ventry and make sure to stop to gaze at the Atlantic Ocean from Dun Chaoin – next stop America.

Play golf at Dingle Golf Links, Ceann Sibéal just before Ballyferriter where in 2016 The Last Jedi arrived to continue the story of Luke and Rey on Ach-To. The headland called Ceann Sibeál was the ideal place to recreate the monastic settlement of Skellig Michael, which appeared at the end of Episode VII, The Force Awakens.

Take time to discover the beautiful rugged Ballydavid, Murreagh, Feothanagh, Kilmalkeader and marvel at Brandon Creek the legendary starting point of the voyage of St Brendan to America, centuries before Columbus. From where in 1977 Tim Severin set out in a craft made of hides to recreate this wonderful voyage to North America.

Call to Scanlon’s Pet Farm in Baile an Lochaigh and see beautiful Com an Lochaigh. Make sure to ask Bridie about her childhood adventures in her home village.