Explore the many fascinating archeological sites of the Dingle Peninsula on this a full-day tour in the company of a prominent local historian. See ancient churches and forts, early Christian monasteries, carved crosses and the region's legendary beehive huts.
Dingle Benners Hotel
Located on a hilly street in the heart of tiny but cosmopolitan Dingle, the Dingle Benners Hotel offers comfortable rooms in a traditional country townhouse.
The front room of the hotel is an attractive pub, called Mrs Benners Bar, whose book-lined walls, wooden floors and antique Irish furniture creates a welcoming atmosphere. It serves craft beers and whiskeys as well as delicious lunch and evening meals.
Each of the 52 rooms has bright and cheery traditional decor, with rustic furniture and pictures from old Irish school books adorning the walls. Service is warm and friendly and staff have plenty of local knowledge and insight making the hotel perfect for exploring the pretty streets of Dingle.
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Each of the 52 rooms has a bright and cheery style, with slightly dated but clean and comfortable country-style furnishings. Some rooms have window seats or four poster beds, and the superior and grand superior rooms come with tea and coffee making facilities, satellite TVs and complimentary Wi-Fi as standard. Grand superior rooms have high ceilings and original features, highlighting the hotel’s historic background. Bathrooms have a shower over a bath.
Situated on Main Street in the heart of Dingle, the town’s numerous cafes, restaurants and galleries are all within easy walking distance. Dingle itself is on the Wild Atlantic Way, and is a great place to base yourself for exploring the beautiful coastline and archeological marvels of the peninsula. It is just over an hour’s drive from Killarney.
Food and drink
Mrs Benners Bar is the traditional pub at the front of the hotel, which has dark wooden furniture, wooden floors and shelves filled with books. The bar serves local craft beers and whiskeys as well as a delicious casual menu at lunch and dinner. Breakfast is a buffet, with an à la carte menu for hot dishes, all served in the light and open breakfast room.
This is a characterful hotel in the heart of Dingle whose pub, Mrs Benners Bar, we love.
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Experiences while staying here
The following activities are designed to give you the most authentic experiences of the area where you’re staying. We work with local guides, who use their knowledge and often a resident’s eye to show you the main sights and more out-of-the-way attractions. Our specialists can also suggest outdoor pursuits and activities, such as cooking classes, that will introduce you to the traditions of the area’s inhabitants.