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The Old Pier Restaurant and Accommodation

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Reviewed 19 February 2017 via mobile

We stayed at the Old Pier B&B in January for one night whilst visiting Dingle for the weekend. Although there was a mix up with our arrival date (which was our mistake) and despite being the only guests that night, Páid and Jackie made every effort to make us feel welcome and we felt at home immediately. We had a...

Thank Francesca P
Reviewed 9 January 2017

I've just returned from a four night stay at the Old Pier Guesthouse.It's located about 7 miles northwest of the town of Dingle.The setting is beautiful,, the front of the house faces Smerwick Bay,,the waters edge about 50 metres away,,looking across the bay are the Three Sisters Headlands and Sybil Head (where scenes from the recent Star Wars movie were...

Thank irishjohnod
County Carlow, Ireland
Reviewed 6 January 2017 via mobile

Can't wait to come back here again!! We recently stayed here for 2 nights and we enjoyed every second. The B&B was really lovely. The hospitality was excellent, great breakfast and the views were incredible. Have recommended this highly to all my family already!

Thank CiaraStan
Dublin, Ireland
Reviewed 25 September 2016

Visited here with a group of people. The food is superb and the ambience is very good. I enjoyed the "Maitre'D" and his sense of humour, however, some in our party did not see his funny side!! Overall a very good visit.

Thank KAButler2014
Gateshead, United Kingdom
Reviewed 30 August 2016 via mobile

Warm and welcoming. Easy to find. Wonderful views across the coast line. Stayed with our two Labradors who were easily accommodated in the large room. Restaurant closed Mon & Tues nights so can't comment on evening food but breakfast was lovely. Would happily recommend staying with pets here.

Thank dhahunter
Reviewed 25 August 2016 via mobile

This restaurant is set in stunning surroundings, when we visited it was on beautiful Autumn evening with warm sunshine, we were greeted by owner friendly and welcoming, everything we needed or wanted was catered for, we went all out and boy we were not disappointed, we had amazing crab claws and fish cakes for starters which were just delicious, we...

Thank Walsheeibhlin
Cork, Ireland
Reviewed 22 August 2016

The food here is excellent and the accommodation best is spotless. The portions were generous in proportion. The breakfast is one of the best I have eaten with an excellent choice. Lovely part of the world. Except for the weather.....

Thank Thomas D
Reviewed 4 August 2016

Unfortunately we stayed there just one night. It was so wonderful! We had a room with beautiful sea view. The staff was funny, very friendly and extremely helpful. Price included a superb breakfast. We can recommend the restaurant for dinner as well. Food was outstanding! When in Dingle this is a must try! We will definitely book in again!

Thank Vivien R
Reviewed 8 July 2016

Just returned from a 4 day stay. Very scenic location as it's on the coast road. Everything clean and fresh (great fruit salad every morning). Very helpful family and staff especially as I made an error on our booking.Would definitely recccomend for a quiet stay.

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Reviewed 5 June 2016

We had no reservations and Dingle was completely booked. Tourist Information found us this B&B about 20 minutes down the road on the coast, one of the last rooms in the area. When we arrived, Jackie served us homemade apple and rhubarb crisp and then showed us to our room with a view of the hills behind us. The price...

Thank MidwestGal_9

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Three Star Bed & Breakfast, Exquisite Seafood Restaurant, Luxury Holiday Homes; and all set against stunning backdrops of the Atlantic and Mount Brandon, the Old Pier on the Dingle Peninsula has the lot!All B&B rooms are en-suite with television and tea and coffee making facilities and provide breath-taking panoramic ocean views of Smerwick Harbour and the Atlantic ocean. Watch the sun rise behind Mount Brandon, the second-highest mountain in Ireland, and watch the moon rise over the harbour.All rooms are tastefully furnished with authentic pine furniture and comfortable orthopaedic beds. Every room is decorated with beautiful canvas and silk paintings of our local sights and attractions, courtesy of local Dingle artist, June McIntyre. ... more   less 

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Address: An Fheothanach | Ballydavid, Dingle, Ireland
Region: Ireland > Province of Munster > County Kerry > Dingle Peninsula > Dingle
Number of rooms: 5
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“View to the sea at the front, view to Mountains at the back”
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