If you’re looking for a central, highly reviewed B and B in Dingle, look no further.
However, you need a good base close to the action. In this guide, you’ll discover the finest bed and breakfast Dingle has to offer.
Our favourite Dingle bed and breakfasts
Now, there are plenty of hotels in Dingle, but a B&B tends to offer a more homely (and often a cheaper) experience.
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1. Seaview Heights
Located in Dingle and offering glorious sea views, Seaview Heights is our favourite B and B in Dingle for good reason. Each beautifully furnished bedroom has a flatscreen TV, private bathroom and tea/coffee facilities.
Many rooms have sea views to wake up to! After a sound night’s sleep make your way to the breakfast room for a tasty full Irish breakfast before heading off for the day and exploring the many things to do in Dingle.
Ten minutes walk away, Dingle has plenty of bars and restaurants for a night on the town. The amazing natural beauty and attractions of West Kerry start right outside the door!
2. An Capall Dubh B&B Dingle
Take your pick from B&B accommodation or a self-catering holiday home at An Capall Dubh if you’re staying a while in Dingle. Six spacious bedrooms are light and airy with nautically themed decor.
Opt for a double, twin or family room to suit. Clean, modern and comfortable this well-located option is in the heart of Dingle Town.
It’s steps from Green Street, through an arch and into a private courtyard. It provides an oasis of peace in the heart of the action for shopping, dining and nightlife.
Dingle Oceanworld and boat trips to the Blasket Islands are a short walk away.
3. Murphy’s B&B
Arguably one of the popular bed and breakfast Dingle has to offer, Murphy’s is a family-run B&B on Strand Street, just 100m from the harbour and Oceanworld Aquarium.
Spacious rooms are modern and tastefully furnished with ensuite bathrooms. They include a flatscreen TV and hairdryer. Rates include free Wi-Fi.
The dining room is the place to tuck into a buffet starter followed by a hearty breakfast cooked to order to set you up for the day.
The Tourist Office and bus stop are just across the streets and bars and shops are right outside the door. It makes a great base for exploring the Dingle Peninsula and local beaches.
4. The Lantern Townhouse
Another very popular B and B in Dingle is the cosy Lantern Townhouse run by owner Anne-Marie Keane. This centrally located B&B is in the centre of Dingle Town on Main Street but it retains a quiet relaxed atmosphere.
It has 8 ensuite bedrooms including one on the ground floor for this with limited mobility. Rooms have been recently decorated and are well appointed with TV, tea and coffee makers and Wi-Fi.
Enjoy a delicious home-cooked breakfast and pick up some tips on the best places to dine and visit in the Dingle Peninsula, as Anne-Marie knows all the best spots!
More excellent B&Bs in Dingle
Now that we have our favourite Dingle bed and breakfasts out of the way, it’s time to see what else is on offer.
Below, you’ll find the stunning Brownes and the popular Marina Lodge to the unique B and B in Dingle.
Book a stay at Brownes B&B in Milltown, Dingle where hosts Camilla and Niall offer a personal welcome. This award-winning accommodation has been in business for over 24 years.
One of the highlights is the spectacular views across Dingle Bay and Mount Brandon from this superb country home location on scenic Slea Head Drive. Dingle Town is an easy 1km stroll away.
Rooms include spacious queen-size beds along with tea/coffee facilities, flatscreen TVs, Wi-Fi, hairdryers and ensuite bathrooms. Look forward to an excellent breakfast.
Relax in the guest lounge around the woodburner after a busy day exploring. Brownes also offers bike hire onsite.
2. Dingle Marina Lodge
Fabulously located overlooking Dingle Marina, this spacious purpose-built Dingle B&B offers 11 spacious double, twin and family rooms (some ground floor) with contemporary decor and clean lines.
They provide a full range of amenities including a Nespresso machine, flatscreen TV, desk and a sofa. Make use of the fee Wi-Fi to stay in touch.
Fresh coffee is always available in the lobby while the scrumptious breakfast menu awaits in the dining room. There’s a buffet table laden with choices followed by a hot breakfast cooked to order.
Many of the finest traditional pubs in Dingle are a short stroll away.
3. Sraid Eoin House
Family-owned since 1992, Sraid Eoin House is a newly refurnished townhouse B&B in the heart of Dingle Town. While owner Kathleen runs the B&B, co-owner Maurice runs a Travel Agency onsite.
Five plush guestrooms are tastefully furnished and decorated and all have modern ensuite bathrooms with shower. They include a TV, Wi-Fi, dressing table, hairdryer and toiletries.
Tea and coffee facilities and a mini fridge are available to all on the second floor. Relax in the guest lounge on leather armchairs watching the 55” TV with Netflix.
Close to pubs and shops, Sraid Eoin House is a top rated B and B in Dingle TripAdvisor.
4. The Lighthouse
The Lighthouse is an attractive detached house set in well-tended gardens overlooking Dingle Harbour. This beautiful Dingle B&B at Ballinaboula is family run and just a 10-minute walk from Dingle Town.
Enjoy the peace of the countryside and ample secure parking. Twin, double and family rooms are individually furnished and decorated with ensuite bathrooms, free Wi-Fi and garden or sea views.
The spectacular views continue from the dining room where a superb breakfast is served. There’s a buffet of cereals, yoghurt, homemade bread and fruit juice, Flahavans porridge (made with Baileys Irish cream!) toasted bagels with local smoked salmon or a full Irish breakfast.
5. Duinin House B&B
Duinin House Dingle B&B is in a quiet setting with superb views across Dingle Town and Harbour. Duinin House has 6 ensuite bedrooms all with private bathrooms.
Bedrooms are fully furnished with TV and hairdryer. Guests can make use of the beautiful conservatory and lounge for watching TV, relaxing or just enjoying the stunning views.
Tea and coffee is available at all times. Located in countryside on Conor Pass Road, Duinin House is a 10-minute stroll from Dingle’s bars, shops and nightlife.
Just 3 minutes away by car, Conor Pass is the highest in Ireland and offers stunning views.
6. Short Strand Dingle
Enjoy luxurious rooms and the ultimate comfort at the newly refurbished Short Strand B&B. It’s just 2 minutes drive from Dingle Town. Six ensuite bedrooms sleep are beautifully decorated, some with brass or pine beds and all with comfortable mattresses for a sound night’s sleep.
The owners pride themselves on going that extra step to ensure guests have the best possible stay. The breakfast menu is a feast of cereals, fruit juice, hot Irish oatmeal followed by fresh fruit crepes or a Full Irish Breakfast featuring tasty local produce.
What brilliant B and B in Dingle have we missed?
Despite a lengthy search for the best bed and breakfast Dingle has to offer, I’ve no doubt that we’ve unintentionally left out some brilliant places stay.
If you have a B and B in Dingle that you’d like to recommend, let me know in the comments below and I’ll check it out!
Bed and breakfast Dingle FAQs
We’ve had a lot of questions over the years asking about everything from ‘Which is the cheapest?’ to ‘Which is the most central?’.
In the section below, we’ve popped in the most FAQs that we’ve received. If you have a question that we haven’t tackled, ask away in the comments section below.
What is a good central B and B in Dingle?
Murphy’s, An Capall Dubh and Seaview Heights are good options if you’re looking for central B&Bs in Dingle Town.
What Dingle B&Bs are good for a weekend?
Any of the above will suit. However, we’d recommend somewhere in the town so you can ramble with ease to the pubs and restaurants.
Gillian Birch is a travel writer and published author. She has travelled the world and uses her personal journals and memories to write about her many travel experiences, particularly those that involved adventures in Ireland.