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Dingle Holiday Homes


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Those looking to experience the beauty of the southwest coast of Ireland should look no further than our Dingle Peninsula cottages.

Why a Dingle Cottage?

Our choice of Dingle holiday homes are scattered along County Kerry’s northernmost peninsula – offering a choice of spots to experience this idyllic branch of the Wild Atlantic Way. Avid walkers can choose from far-reaching landscapes, towering peaks and dramatic coastline whilst enjoying a holiday in a Dingle cottage. As well as walking, the area surrounding our Dingle self-catering accommodation offers historic sites and a range of other outdoor activities including surfing and fishing.

Places to Visit on the Dingle Peninsula

A selection of Dingle holiday homes find themselves dotted along the coast of the peninsula, overlooking beaches, harbours, dazzling sea views and more. Visit the town after which the peninsula is named, Dingle is a port offering an collection of eclectic eateries and inns to choose from. Visit the Dingle distillery for a taste of the local whisky, or the history buffs can visit the wreckage of the Spanish cargo vessel, MV Ranga. To experience the area in the best possible way, consider visiting; Ballyferriter, Castlemaine, Killarney and Tralee.

Types of Holiday

Add a touch of class to your next break by booking a luxury Irish cottage, or perhaps an Irish cottage with a hot tub is the added extra you need for a memorable stay. A coastal cottage in Ireland promises to fill your holiday with astounding scenery, while those looking to get away from it all can kick back and relax in a cottage with an open fire.