Welcome to the Dingle Peninsula

Our rooms are traditionally furnished, with an en-suite bathroom and free toiletries. Rooms also offer TV, tea and coffee making facilities and picturesque sea views.

In the morning you can choose your meal from our breakfast menu. The breakfast room is large, spacious and decorated with pictures of local interest.

The farm consists of 113 acres, 56 arable and the rest mountain and rough grazing (bog). The rough grazing area is deemed a NHA (National Heritage Area) habitat, a flora and wildlife preserve. Main farming enterprise is beef – suckler cows – and Kerry / Scotch mountain sheep. Guests are free to wander along the fields and mountain if they wish. There are magnificent views of the countryside and sea from the mountaintop, most especially on a fine summer's morning when the sun is beginning to rise.

Browse our extensive collection of books on Ireland, Kerry, and the Dingle Peninsula to gain further appreciation of the beauty, traditions and folklore of the area. Advice on tours and activities is available on request - walking, cycling, antiquities, sailing, crafts, motor touring, golf, fishing and horseriding are popular activities in the area.

Situated in a peaceful and tranquil area, surrounded by fuchsia and montbretia-lined hedgerows. Located only five miles (eight km) west of the town of Dingle, just off the Dingle-Slea Head road. There are signs pointing the direction to Moriarty's Farmhouse at Ventry church and Paudi Ó Sé's pub.

“Great food and run by a sweet couple. Very clean. Lovely location near a very beautiful beach and great view.”