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Benners Hotel is nestled right on Main Street in the scenic coastal town of Dingle in County Kerry. As you step into the hotel, the feeling of an old-world era mingled with modern comforts is apparent.
The Hotel is ideally located to tour the beautiful Dingle Peninsula and take advantage of the great pubs and restaurants in the town. You never know, you might just take part in an unannounced ‘session and sing-song’ with the local musicians.
Benners Hotels offers the best of Irish hospitality in a superb location with the best of modern conveniences – A perfect combination.
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At the roundabout at the entrance of the town, take a right turn. Then take the second left. Benners Hotel is located on the Main Street in cultural Dingle town.
Benner’s Hotel is located in the centre of Dingle town on Main Street. We are ideally located for touring the Dingle Peninsula and the Kerry region. Within walking distance to all local pubs and restaurants in the town.
We offer superb comfortable, spacious accommodation for all our guests with ensuite guestrooms. We also have our Coastguard Restaurant and Mrs. Benners Bar on site so guests can relax after a busy day of touring.
The guestrooms in the hotel are very spacious, bright and comfortable. Each of the bedrooms has en-suite facilities and some even have four-poster beds. You’ll find it very hard to leave these wonderful rooms but needless to say nature will be calling you to discover the magic of the Dingle Peninsula and surrounding countryside.
Explore the scenery first hand with an exhilarating walk though the Dingle countryside. There are lots of hidden walkways where you can discover the flora and fauna as well as the rugged and beautiful landscape. The Dingle Way and The Kerry Way walks are more for experienced walkers and well worth doing if you can. There are a number of walks to do that would suit any ability and age!
The Pilgrim Route is an interesting scenic walk over 48km. It connects many early Christian sites – step back in time and discover the history that the Dingle Peninsula has become renowned for.
Your journey begins in Dingle and takes off in the direction of Ventry, then continuing north to Riasc. Travel along the Older Saints Road to Kilmalkedar Church with rolling green fields and heather filled mountains as your background. Follow the minor road to Cloghane.
Information and maps can be obtained from any of the tourist offices in the area.
Anonymous from Cork
Stayed 06-2011A few friends
Excellent location to see the town and try all the pubs.
Anonymous from Tullamore
Stayed 02-2011A few friends
The hospitality that we recieved on arrival and right throughout our stay was excellent. The staff were very helpful and informative. The Hotel was excellent in terms of room presentation, lounge areas and food!
Carmel from Dripsey
Mrs Benners Bar
Sit in front of a blazing fire with an Irish whiskey or an Irish coffee in Mrs Benners Bar. The dark woods and antique fixtures and furnishing will have you reminiscing of years gone by. This is a perfect place for an intimate chat with your partner or good ‘craic’ with friends.
You could sit and dine at the Coastguard Station all day while you watch the fishing boats go by and admire the uninterrupted and unique scenery from the large windows. The cuisine is superb and specialises in locally caught fresh fish. The Coastguard Restaurant – it's more than just a place to eat!
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