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All reviewswould definitely stay here againgreat locationfamily roompubs and restaurantsgreat bedsb blovely bed and breakfastin townwe loved our staythe main streetwonderful hostshalf doorfull irish breakfastfollowing morningstayed one nightroom was spaciousgreat stay
We loved our stay, and so glad that we booked online 15 minutes beforehand, because we were fortunate to score the last room. It was large, clean, and comfortable. The location was central and we had a lovely breakfast. Will recommend it to anyone!
Sraid Eoin House was a good location for touring Dingle. The room was one of the more spacious of the B&Bs we stayed in while in Ireland and it was very clean, but a bit dated with thin walls and spotty wifi. The beds were...More
We stayed here one night in July. Dingle is a marvelous town, and the Sraid Eoin is in a perfect location--near the action but a little more quiet. The room was clean and plain, but very comfortable, with an excellent bathroom and shower. Breakfast was...More
We reserved a Family Room for four, but when we got to Dingle we told Kathleen that we needed to find another bed for our third (grown) child who ended up joining us in Dingle. She said "no problem" and set up a rollaway bed...More
Located walking distance from everything. We arrived by bus from Tralee so this was just a 1/4 mile up the hill from the bus stop. Near all the shops, concert, bars & cafes. Room was spacious & clean. Breakfast was prepared according to our evening...More
Yes, the parking is free, but they don't have their own parking lot. You will have to parallel park on the street in front. A bit tricky for those of us not used to driving on the left side of the road, but it was very... More
Yes, the parking is free, but they don't have their own parking lot. You will have to parallel park on the street in front. A bit tricky for those of us not used to driving on the left side of the road, but it was very common to see cars parked facing both directions, so feel free to approach from either side. The street is not that wide anyway! Dingle is a small town, and Sraid Eoin House is toward the edge of the busiest area, so finding a space was never a problem for me. I never saw one of those parking meter dispensers, don't know if there are any in Dingle or not, but there weren't in front of our building. And the rest of Dingle is small enough that you can walk everywhere.
In short, not a problem!