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Places to stay in Dingle

Our family of four including a 14 and 17 year-old will be staying 2 nights in Dingle this June. I'm having a hard time making a decision about where to stay and I know our time is running out. Right now, it's between Milestone House B&B, Castlewood House, Milltown House and Emlagh Lodge. Any input would be greatly appreciated.
We will be staying in Doolin for 2 nights in June. Our first choice, Atlantic View Guest House, is full so we're looking at Daly's House, Moher Lodge, and the Doolin Activity Lodge. Any input or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Indecisive in Washington

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My suggestion for the Doolin area would be Moher Lodge. We loved this B&B and have sent others to them, as well. Mary and Patty Considine are the hosts, and they will be happy to tell you all about the Liscannor Stone that is quarried in the area, from which all of the local farm fences are built. From Doolin, it's five minutes past Cliffs of Moher, on the right. From Shannon, it's on the Liscannor Rd, just after you pass St Brigid's Well, on the left.

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Thank you very much for your suggestion about Moher Lodge. I will contact them right now to see what availability they have.

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We stayed our first night in Ireland at the Daly's House in Doolin and we had a fabulous stay. Susan was very friendly and helpful. House was very nice and breakfast was great, easy walk to O'conner's pub for traditional music.

In Dingle we stayed at the Light House B&B, I liked being just up the hill from the hussle and bussle of Town and gave us great bay and mountain views. Still a easy walk in to town for dinner or pubs (even in Oct weather)

Have a great time!

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In Doolin, I would also recommend the Danahers Doolin View B&B. We stayed there last May. Clean rooms, good breakfast, and two playful dogs. Its a short walk down to town.

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Being out from center and the carnival music is a good idea. A few miles east stop at the bright blue South Pole pub in Annascual. Try to go on dance lesson night. Say hi to Alice in the pink coat. She might need a lift to evening mass. Slainte.

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We stayed at Castlewood House last fall and really enjoyed it. Of all the B&Bs we stayed in, this one had the best breakfasts. Large comfortable rooms.