Milestone House B&B
Dingle, County Kerry, Ireland
Tel/Fax : +353 66 9151831
Email : MilestoneHouseDingle@gmail.com
Skype : milestone.house
||As a visitor to Milestone House, you
are surrounded by beauty, great restaurants featuring excellent seafood, a
variety of pubs, and are conveniently located on the most scenic route
towards famous Slea Head.
Slea Head Drive
To the west of Dingle, the most scenic route to Slea Head winds around
the coast via Ventry, where the incredible view of the Blasket Islands
stop many visitors in their tracks.
Some say that this 'loop' is more spectacular than 'The Ring', it is
certainly a place of unparalleled beauty ever changing colours and often
amazing rainbows. The films 'Ryan's Daughter' and 'Far and Away' were made
Dingle Way - A Walker's Paradise
We are also located on the 'Dingle Way' walking route. The countless
walks and scrambles throughout the peninsula satisfy all levels of
A short drive to the challenging 18 Hole Golf Course, Ceann Sibeal.
Spectacular scenery here too with views of the 'Sleeping Giant'.
There are many archaeological remains on the peninsula including fine
megalithic graves, standing stones and early Christian settlements, not to
mention ring forts, ogham stones and castles.
Select from our extensive Breakfast Menu, which many have described as
The highlight of
Michaels home-baked Irish
Brown Soda Bread is in great demand and the recipe has travelled the world with many of
We use local produce, Free
Range Lispole Eggs and Ballyhea Smoked Salmon.
Fresh Fruit Salad daily.
There is something for
Our Full Irish Breakfast will give you a hearty start to your
day, we also cater for Vegetarians and any special dietary needs.
|Relax in our Guest
Lounge; swap a book from our Bring a book Take a Book
selection of novels.
We have a selection of books, brochures and maps of the
area for your perusal.
We enjoy sharing our tips of places not to miss.
Another beautiful Milestone House view!
Spend some time admiring ancient history without even leaving the garden!
Our home is also a home to Gallan na Cille Brice, a 'Standing Stone' dated 2000-1400 BC!