Dingle Skellig Hotel
AddressBeenbane DingleSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
An ocean-like swimming pool and a spa with an outdoor hot tub are the highlights of these luxurious digs down near the water, just south of town. Rooms are decorated in rich chocolate-box-like cream, caramel and hazelnut tones. There are interconnecting rooms for families, plus a crèche and kids club, as well as a restaurant and several bars.
Our independent authors have visited Dingle Skellig Hotel and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Dingle Town.
Description provided by property
Just 200 metres from Dingle Bay, the Dingle Skellig Hotel and Peninsula Spa has 3 pools, a restaurant and gym. Spacious bedrooms have private bathrooms and satellite TV.
The Coastguard Restaurant has stunning views of Dingle Bay and specialises in local seafood. Blaskets Bar also serves meals. The Gallarus Lounge and the Cocktail Bar provide a range of beers, wines and coffees.
The Peninsula Spa offers beauty treatments and massages. The facilities include a sauna, steam room and sun shower.
In 2010, hotel won an award for providing child-friendly accommodation. There is a kids’ club and crèche, as well as a children’s pool with a waterfall and bubble feature.
Dingle village centre is just 2 miles from the hotel and the bay is suitable for swimming, diving, sailing and fishing. Dingle Bay even has its own resident dolphin, called Fungi.
Please note that this hotel does not take hen or stag parties.
Whilst pets are not allowed, guide dogs are on request.
Services & facilities
- Breakfast in the room
- Children's playground
- Games room
- Non-smoking throughout
- Non-smoking rooms
- Facilities for disabled guests
- VIP room facilities
- Room service
- 24-hour front desk
Bureau de Change/ATM
- Currency exchange
- Free WiFi
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