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Dingle Quayside B&B

Has anyone had experience with this B&B? I have not found much on it but it looks a bit interesting.

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I have been to Dingle a couple of times but have not stayed at that B&B. From what I recall, it is right on the water, and right on the main road into town. The harbor can be a bit noisy at times, which might be a problem, and the road could be a bit noisy as well. On the other hand, it's a short walk to town, which means you can have another Guinness if you choose and not have to drive.

Having said all that, once again, I haven't stayed there. It might be your cup of tea.

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My husband and I were last in Dingle in 2002. At that time we stayed at the Greenmount House. It's about 2 blocks up the hill from the downtown core area - a very short & manageable walk, even after a night of drinking. We definitely plan to return for several reasons: the rooms were charming, we had a great view, and our breakfast was by far the best food we've ever had in Ireland (we actually got to choose from a menu that featured, among other things, hot cereal with Irish whiskey! - day after day of the same traditional Irish breakfast was making us crazy). The owners, John & Mary Curran, are extraordinarily knowledgable and helpful hosts.

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Heaton's Guesthouse or Castlewood House are good choices and they are related. Mr. Heaton used to do local tours in a mini bus - I don't know if he still does. You can google to get there info. They get a kick out of it if you tell them you got their info from a rick steves book.