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Rooms

Double Rooms: 5
Family Rooms: 3
Twin Rooms: 6

Pricing

PPPN €35 - €80

Rating

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Contact

Contact: Mary & John Curran
Telephone: [353] 66 915 1414
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Greenmount House

Gortonora, Dingle, Co Kerry

Facilities

Description

Greenmount House B&B Dingle, is a luxury, 4 star rated, award winning guesthouse privately owned and run by the Curran family since they opened their home to guests as a bed and breakfast in 1977.

The 14 elegantly comfortable bedrooms, many with their own balcony or terrace and stunning views across Dingle Bay and the surrounding hills, are stylishly and individually furnished to a very high standard offering all the facilities one would expect.

With a choice of ; superior/deluxe sea view, superior/deluxe garden view or standard room. All bedrooms are fully en-suite with modern bathrooms. Most have bath and separate shower, underfloor heating, all with fluffy white towels and luxury toiletries.

All rooms en-suite
Complimentary toiletries
Remote control colour television
CD player
Hair dryer
Iron
Tea and coffee making facilities
Direct dial telephone

Our spacious breakfast room affords panoramic views across Dingle Bay and surrounding hills.

Mary's renowned, award winning breakfasts are a feast. Whether you are starting the day with a substantial full Irish breakfast or selecting from one of the lighter, cooked dishes; such as smoked salmon and poached eggs or pancakes with maple syrup, the buffet table laden with all kinds of fresh and poached fruits, juices, yogurts, cheeses, freshly baked breads and homemade preserves is not to be missed.

The Dingle Peninsula affords some of the most breathtaking scenery in Ireland. Majestic cliffs, pounded by Atlantic breakers, high narrow passes and beautiful sandy beaches. The area is steeped in history; Ironage forts, beehive huts, early Christian oratories and standing stones. Part of the Dingle Peninsula is designated a Gaeltacht, an area where Gaelic is still spoken as the first language. Dingle town itself bustles, with brightly coloured houses, shops restaurants and pubs, set around the natural harbour. It's famous inhabitant Fungie, the dolphin, still in residence. Having decided to make his home in the bay since 1983, he can sometimes be glimpsed from Greenmount House playing in the bay.

John and Mary both hail from Dingle and have a wealth of knowledge of their home town and the surrounding area. They are happy to advise on trips, walking routes or activities. Golf, fishing, cycling, sailing, watersports and horse riding are just some of the leisure opportunities open to you in the Dingle area.

Rates: €35 to €80 per person per night.
Children are welcome.
No smoking. Sorry, no pets.
Off street parking.
Wi-Fi/internet access.
4 Star Fáilte Ireland.

Booking enquiries for Greenmount House

To make a reservation or to request more information about staying at Greenmount House.

Contact Mary & John Curran on [353] 66 915 1414, don't forget to mention The B & B Directory when calling, or fill in the form below.