These are square pillows with a lamb's head on top. Bought some in Dingle a couple years ago and the grandchildren have worn them out. Need to purchase more so they can sleep!
Hello everyone! I'm trying to make my way to Dingle in the best time possible. My plane doesn't arrive in Dublin until 13:20, so I know that I'm missing any plane I might catch to Kerry Airport, but is there any way to fly to Cork airport from Dublin and then take a bus (or train) to Dingle/Tralee? Or if not, is a bus or train faster when leaving from Dublin airport? I realize neither of those options are as fast as a plane--but I DO want to get there sooner rather than later. Thank you so much for anyone taking the time to answer this, I appreciate it a lot!
Will it be hard to find decent accomodation in the west coast area if you book as you go? We're travelling there in august and worry if we book now we'll not be able to go to places we might discover on the way, or if we like a place and would stay longer, we'd be out of luck if we booked ahead.
We are planning a trip to Ireland, and want to stay in Dingle for two nights in July. Would it be recommend to stay in town, or on the outskirts? Would being in town not allow for a peaceful nights sleep? And is parking difficult? One lodging I'm looking into is on Connor Pass, another in Milltown, another in The Wood. Any suggestions as to the "best" spot?
How long does it take to drive from the Bunratty Village area to Dingle?
I was in Ireland with my husband in November 2010 and saw the sweetest sheep in a craft/gift shop window. The shop was closing and I didn't want to intrude, so I left not getting one of those adorable little guys!
Since I've been home I could just kick myself for not going ahead and getting one right then. I can't remember the name of the shop. If anyone knows where I can find them or the name of the store would be great...it would be so appreciated!! Hopefully I can order one.
planning trip to dingle for wedding anverisary so i am looking for recomendations for a top class hotel
Hi, my friend and I plan to travel from Kilkenny to Dingle. We will NOT be renting a car. We will stay 1 night in Kilkenny and next morning go to Rock of Cashel and then onto Dingle. I am hoping there is a bus that goes to Rock of Cashel from Kilkenny. However, I don't know if we should return to Kilkenny to take a train to Tralee, or maybe Killarney? And then bus into Dingle from either of these two cities? Or, is there a bus from Cashel into Dingle?
Thanks in advance for any help you can offer!
I would like to rent a bike and cycle the peninsula. Can this be done in a day? What difficulty level is it? Are helmets mandatory? Can I rent a bike for several days? Where is the best place to rent?
I need to get to the Shannon Airport for the morning of August 29th. Can anyone suggest some options for me? I am hoping that I don't have to leave Dingle on the 28th, but I might have to. Has anyone taken a taxi to Shannon from Dingle and what kind of cost might I expect?
would be very interested if this could be arranged.i work with a person with special need's who love's water and watching dolphin's @ seal's.would be grateful for any info.
what is the best way to get from dublin to dingle?
Although I've been to Dingle many times, we never stayed overnight there, so I don't know what the music scene is like in the evenings. Any suggestions for first timers? We'd prefer to go to only one place rather than hop around. Thanks very much.
My husband and I along with our 12 year old daughter and her friend are visiting ireland for the first time next week We are staying in Doonmanagh and would love some ideas on places to visit that will interest the girls. They both love wildlife, horses and old churches and monuments. I have looked on line but i think it best to ask people who have been to the area. Any suggestions, we will have a car so travelling around is no problem
I am traveling from Shannon airport to Dingle to meet up with some friends who will already have a rental car. I am looking for the best mode of transportation to get there in a reasonable time. I have looked at bus and train schedules and the closest drop off for a rental car is Kerry airport. Any suggestions? You may email me directly at email@example.com
I will be in Cork City in a few days and I would like to take a day tour of Dingle (will not be renting a car). Are there any companies you would recommend? I know Bus Eirann offers tours. Any insight you have would be appreciated.
I was at Inch Beach on Saturday, 4th August and on the side of a building was a verse. I know that it started: Dear Inis must I leave thee
I can't remember the rest of the verse. Is there anyone that can help with this.
can anyone tell me is this course far away from the tralee marina apartments please my email is firstname.lastname@example.org
please reply you would be very helpful
I've wanted to swim with a dolphin for years but really can't afford the Bahamas. I've a BIG birhtday approaching this year and wonder how likely it is that I'll be able to swim with Funghi. Does anyone know if this is a possibility ?
Can you reccomend something to do in Dingle during this st.Patricks day? Maybe traditional music in An Droichead Beag?
Thanks a lot
I went through Dingle a couple years ago and fell in love. I have convinced the bride to be to spend 4 or 5 days here in the middle of March. How is the weather this time of year (we are both from sunny Florida) and is it better to fly into Shannon or Cork? I have never rented a car in Ireland (was too young before) but have decided to have a go this time round. What would be a couple great day trips from this area? She loves towns lined with old, beautiful buildings. This is her first time out of the country, so I want this trip to convince her to come back the following year for a couple of weeks. Thank you for any suggestions or advice.
My husband and I are planning a walking tour of Dingle Way in May. Do you advise us to plan an independent self-guided tour? Or would you recommend booking a guide with a small group of people?
If we do a self guided tour, do you think we'll have trouble getting our luggage transported to our next accomodation?
Thanks so much for your help!
How far is the walk into the center of town...the main pubs, restaurants, etc? Also, is this a wise location for those traveling without a car?
We are coming to Dingle for the new year and we have two girls 8 and 12 who are mad for Irish Music. Are there any pubs or community places new years eve in or around Dingle where the adults can get a drink they have traditional music and the children would also be welcome?
Your help would be much appriciated
We will be touring Dingle Peninsula in first week of November. What can we expect of the weather? Could one do the peninsula circular tour by bicycle in November and are the bike rental shops still open in first week of November?
We will be traveling to Ireland in Oct. and would like to know if we should skip the Ring of Kerry for a more manageable drive of the Dingle Peninsula. Time is really not an issue, but if our experience will be similar with several hours less in the car, then I would choose to use those other hours for more productive items like pub crawling.
We'll be spending 2 nights in the town of Dingle, County Kerry, Ireland, and wonder if anyone can recommend a good B&B for 3 adults? We're using vouchers. Thanks!
I'll be taking an escorted trip of Ireland. We will be spending 1 night in Limerick,2 nights in Dingle,2 nights in Waterford and 2 nights in Dublin.Are there any great places to go shopping? I'll be looking for sweaters and crystal. Thanks for any responses
I would appreciate any insight that could be offered from someone that has experienced both the Dingle Peninsula and Inishmoor (Aran Islands). I will only be able visit one or the other because of logistics and time constraints. I will be in Ireland the last weekend of May. I have heard great things about both and I know that each have their unique qualities, but I can only visit one of them. I will have 1 full day and 1 night to dedicate to whichever place I choose. Please help!
I'm looking for a flat, studio, large ROOM - for the month of July. I am a writer/teacher on a budget traveling solo, so the E700 a week does NOT get it - I am trying to beat a B & B price. I have toured the west twice before, and love both Connemara and Dingle (it's a real toss up). I have followed the webads - but really need a local connection to find the "undisclosed" little place for me. HELP - I had one and it evaporated Monday! PS I'm good on questions of solo travel all over the UK and most of Ireland.