Regarded as one of the finest hotels in County Kerry, the Dingle Skellig Hotel sits on the shores of Dingle Bay. The four-star hotel was constructed in 1969, and since then it has been renowned for its excellent comfort, hospitality and service, promising visitors the holiday experience of a lifetime.
Guests can choose from accommodation options ranging from comfortable standard rooms to the ultra luxurious Presidential Suites. All rooms are elegantly furnished and include the amenities desired by modern, discerning travellers, such as satellite TV, direct dial telephone, hairdryer, and tea- and coffee-making facilities. There are also a number of interconnecting rooms that are ideal for families, who will be happy to find many services and facilities catering for young guests, from tots to teens.
Visitors are also spoilt for choice when it comes to dining. They can relax and enjoy breakfast and dinner in the Coastguard Restaurant, with its stunning views of Dingle Bay. They can also take some time out for food and drink in the cosy Blaskets Bar, or treat themselves to an after-dinner drink at the Cocktail Bar, which is also available for private gatherings. Finally, the Gallarus Lounge is a favourite hide-away where one can take in magnificent scenery, read a book and indulge in a speciality coffee.
At the Dingle Skellig Hotel, visitors can make use of the award-winning Skellig Leisure Club. It features a 17m swimming pool, jacuzzi, steam room, fitness suite and children’s pool. For anyone in need of some pampering, there’s also the Peninsula Spa, the perfect place to rid oneself of stress and tension.
With its range of facilities and picture-perfect location, it’s no surprise the Dingle Skellig Hotel is a popular choice for a romantic wedding in Kerry. The hotel is renowned for its dedication in looking after everything on the big day, providing personal service, friendliness and professionalism.
While staying on the Dingle Peninsula, travellers will find a host of attractions and activities. The list of things to do is seemingly endless, with walking, cycling, horse riding, surfing, art courses, bird watching, whale watching and golfing all available. The peninsula is also dotted with archaeological monuments sure to fascinate anyone with an interest in history.
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