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Lonely Planet review
This nearly five-decade old favourite has bright rooms and a good selection of breakfasts, including free-range eggs, Kerry bacon and locally smoked salmon. Friendly owner Paul O’Shea is a mine of Fungie trivia.
Our independent authors have visited Alpine Guesthouse and selected this as one of our recommended accommodation in Dingle Town.
Description provided by property
Situated 1 minute’s walk from Dingle town centre, the family-run Alpine Guesthouse offers accommodation with free Wi-Fi, free parking, and easy access to the Dingle Marina, 700 metres away.
Each room at Alpine Guesthouse features an en suite bathroom with free toiletries, a TV with satellite channels, tea/coffee making facilities, a desk, and scenic views.
A variety of restaurants, traditional Irish pubs and music venues are within a 5-minute walk from the guest house.
Information about local activities, music events, and cinema/theatres shows can be found in the rooms as well as by asking the friendly staff.
Boasting easy access to the picturesque Dingle Peninsula, Alpine Guesthouse also offers access to golfing, mountain biking and trekking, as well as water sports, such as kayaking and sailing.
Services & facilities
- Pets allowed
- Family rooms
- Non-smoking throughout
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free WiFi
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Has guided and independent tours.
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For self-catering, try the big Garvey’s SuperValu near the Strand.