The Dingle Skellig Hotel sits on the shores of Dingle Bay and enjoys panoramic views. The hotel is also just a short walk to the centre of the unique town of Dingle.
The hotel has recently added 32 stunning new deluxe rooms and suites to the hotel which offer exceptional comfort and luxury and visitor dining areas have been updated and revamped.
Guests can choose from accommodation options ranging from comfortable standard rooms to the ultra-luxurious Presidential Suites or one of their newly built deluxe rooms and suites, which also include interconnecting options. During your stay guests will enjoy free WiFi, use of the leisure club facilities and spa facilities, and those travelling with younger guests can avail of the family kitchenette with washing machine, dryer, steriliser, microwave and fridge.
Visitors are also spoilt for choice when it comes to dining. The AA Rosette awarded Coastguard Restaurant enjoys stunning views across Dingle Bay. The hotels relaxed dining options include The Binn Bán Brasserie and The Atrium, as well as the cozy Blaskets Bar. Finally, the Gallarus Lounge is a favourite hide-away where you 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. The Peninsula Spa offers an extensive selection of treatments from the Irish Seaweed range –VOYA and the French range Yon-Ka as well as monthly special offers and full day packages.
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. The hotel offers indoor and outdoor ceremony options and caters for weddings from 2 – 270 guests.
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.