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All reviews eggs benedict great location breakfast was excellent cows grazing scones guest house close to town reasonable rates fresh fruit plenty of parking off street parking room was spacious full irish breakfast will stay there again minute walk nice size quick walk
Just my daughter and I stayed 2 nights during the Dingle Food Festival. She loved having her own alcove with a twin bed, while I got to sleep in a Queen. Our room was the center front window at the front of the B&B. The...More
From the Shannon Airport we headed to Bambury's Guesthouse. Bernie welcomed us to Dingle. She was warm and friendly. She made suggestions of places to eat and things to see. Even though our room wasn't quite ready...we were there well before check-in time...she let us...More
From the moment we arrived..it was a most positive experience, Bernie is a lovely , flexible warm and professional owner
If you needed something , not a problem!
Breakfast at Bambury's is a treat!!The location is superb, a short walk into town
Room is very...More
A comfortable room with a very nice breakfast in the morning. Situated about a five-minute walk from town. Ample on-site parking for those who are driving. If you happen to be large in physical size, the shower may be a bit tight but that's true...More
Only a five minute walk to central Dingle, this guesthouse was well worth the stay. Clean, great breakfasts, and quiet for sleeping. Nice views out our back window to the green pastures of Ireland. The bathroom was a little outdated as you needed to open...More
Our renowned Guesthouse is located just 1 minutes' walk from the heart of Dingle Town on the world famous peninsula of Chorca Dhuibhne, Dingle, in the South West corner of Ireland. With some of the most …Moremagnificent scenery in Ireland, the Dingle Peninsula offers a wonderful range of things to do making it the destination to visit as Ireland's most westerly Peninsula. Less