Dingle Holiday Home Rental 4 Bedroom House 5 minutes from Dingle town.
Welcome to Tigh an Cnoich, an ideal self catering holiday home for your visit to the Dingle Peninsula, Co. Kerry.
Perfect for self catering family holidays and for those who enjoy hill walking, fishing, cycling, swimming, and other outdoor activities.
The house is beautifully furnished and decorated and sleeps 8 guests with 4 bedrooms.
Eco tours, sea fishing and boat rentals are all within 5 mins drive at the Dingle Marina. Regular trips to the Blasket Islands, whale watching and boat trips to visit Fungi - Dingle's resident friendly dolphin are all available locally.
Dingle, Europe's most westerly town has an abundance of sea-food restaurants, pubs with nightly entertainment, and craft shops selling a fabulous array of local artists work.
This is a Gaeltacht (Irish Speaking) area also, rich in culture, history and archaeological sites. Set near the foothills of Mount Brandon (Ireland's second highest mountain), and close to Blue Flag Beaches (5-10 minute drive).
Each year Dingle plays host to several festivals. October for the Food Festival, St.Patricks Day Festival in March. Feile na Bealtaine Arts Festival in May, New Year Festival, Dingle Marathon Festival in September, Dingle Horse Racing Festival in August and a walking festival in February to name a few.
Visitors from around the globe visit for these festivals!
The Dingle Peninsula is very easily accessed from all air and seaports - Dublin (5hours) Cork (3hours) Shannon (3Hours) Farranfore Kerry Airport (40 minutes).
Tigh an Chnoic holiday home is ideally located for those touring the Dingle Penninsula and the South West of Ireland.
Boat trips to the Blasket Islands depart regularly from Dingle Marina. Eco tours, fishing trips and scuba diving are also available. Cycling around Slea Head is very popular and is the ideal way to absorb the beauty of the area and to appreciate the wonderful Atlantic sea views. While cycling or driving around Slea Head, the Blue flag beach at the quaint village of Ventry can be visited, as can the remarkable Couminole Beach at Dunquiun, the location for David Lean's famous Oscar winning movie "Ryan's Daughter", made on the peninsula featuring the spectacular scenery of the area. A camera is a must for a trip around the Dingle Penninsula. It is a photographers dream!
The Dingle Peninsula is the most northerly of the mountainous headlands of Kerry. The Peninsula, at its most dramatic, can be seen by travelling north-eastwards from Dingle to Tralee, through the heights of the Conor Pass that reveals sight of the summit of Mount Brandon, Ireland's second highest peak. Why not com and witness theses sites from our beautiful holiday home here in Dingle?
Dingle town is Europe's most westerly town, sheltered by hills on three sides, its harbour is one of the world's natural beauty spots - home to an active fishing fleet and resident dolphin - FUNGI. It has a diving centre, sailing club, art galleries, craft shops and excellent accommodation. Dingle has many colourful pubs offering entertainment and traditional Irish music unique to the area. Fine restaurants abound, using local produce and fish straight from the harbour.
Attractions and locations of note include the Great Blasket Island, Slea Head, Dunquin, Ballyferriter, Smerwick, Cloghane, Murreagh, Ballydavid, Feohanagh, Brandon, Conor Pass, Stradbally, Castlegregory, Camp, Blennerville, Ventry, Dingle, Lispole, Annascaul and Inch Beach. This site provides general information on the Dingle Peninsula including guides to beaches, activities, fishing, golf, attractions, evening activities, water sports, walking and tours.