Dingle Skellig Hotel
Dingle, Kerry, Ireland
Most recent booking for this hotel was yesterday at 17:49
“ Hotel is 5 minutes walk from town or a minute by car. Hotel is very well run and staff are very nice. Bar food was nice on arrival. Location is great for the Harbour as the hotel backs right onto it with a brilliant view.8.5 Excellent
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“ Very friendly staff, very attentive without being intrusive. The bedroom was spotless and spacious. We requested a sea view in a quiet part of the hotel and got it. Lovely reading rooms, lounge and bar. I liked the fact that children were not allowed in the bar after 6.30. This was my 2nd time there and will definitely go there again.9.8 Exceptional
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With a stay at Dingle Skellig Hotel & Peninsula Spa in Dingle (Dingle Peninsula), you'll be minutes from Dingle Harbour and Irish Adventures. This 4-star hotel is within the vicinity of Gallarus Oratory and Kilmalkedar Church.
Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and satellite programming is available for your entertainment.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Relax and unwind with massages, body treatments, and facials. If you're looking for recreational opportunities, you'll find an indoor pool, a steam room, and a fitness facility. This hotel also features complimentary wireless Internet access, babysitting/childcare (surcharge), and wedding services.
Enjoy a satisfying meal at a restaurant serving guests of Dingle Skellig Hotel & Peninsula Spa.
Business, Other Amenities
This hotel has 2 meeting rooms available for events. Free parking is available onsite.
Our customer reviews
Graham from Clonsilla
Hotel is 5 minutes walk from town or a minute by car. Hotel is very well run and staff are very nice. Bar food was nice on arrival. Location is great for the Harbour as the hotel backs right onto it with a brilliant view.
Room was nice and updated and the shower was amazing as the power was strong.
Breakfast was superb with an amazing choice at the buffet and also an option to order freshly prepared choices (pancakes, waffles, french toast etc..)
Pool was grand but a tad cold. Jacuzzi was also quite cold which was a first for me.
All in All a good trip and lovely hotel.
Norma from Carrigaline
Very friendly staff, very attentive without being intrusive. The bedroom was spotless and spacious.
We requested a sea view in a quiet part of the hotel and got it.
Lovely reading rooms, lounge and bar. I liked the fact that children were not allowed in the bar after 6.30.
This was my 2nd time there and will definitely go there again.
Mary from Bunmahon
“ We did not enjoy our stay because of noisy neighbours (not the hotel's fault!) and what seemed to be poor sound proofing. The room was OK but nothing special, it did not smell fresh. We personally like bars of soap and not bottles of shampoo and soap on the wall. The rate of €130 per night off season seemed expensive for what we got. However the breakfast was very good with scenic, peaceful views from the dining room. Staff were seemingly helpful but did tend to speak as though it was a recording. It did not seem personal. It was just not our sort of hotel but realise it has a lot to offer to others. There was a wedding party at the hotel so if you use this hotel you need to be OK with this - it is just not our preference.
“ Top Tip: The Aquarium In Dingle was great and there is good traditional music available in the pubs nearby.
Patrick from Carrigaline,
A very pleasent hotel in a magnificent location overlooking Dingle Bay.
The staff could'nt be more friendly and the food was excellent.
Will be back again soon.
Lovely restaurants in Dingle town one better than the other, e.g.
Old Smokehouse, Doyle's Seafood Restaurant and Lord Baker's.
Lots of very good beach's in a 2 mile radius of Dingle.
Patricia from Clogheen
“ Excellent hotel .staff brilliant.food superb.
“ Top Tip: marina with excellent boat trips worth a visit.