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Dingle Skellig Hotel and Peninsula Spa

At a Glance

    Pros

  • waterfront location
  • creche, kids' dining, and organized entertainment and activities for children
  • separate floors for child-free guests

    Cons

  • still shows signs of its undistinguished 1970s architecture
  • edge-of-town location a bit bleak in bad weather

Fodorite Reviews

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Dingle Skellig Hotel and Peninsula Spa Review

This rambling modern hotel's setting on Dingle Bay offers great views of the water, notably from the restaurant and the spa's outdoor hot tub. The focal point is a beehivelike central structure, intended to echo local clocháns (prehistoric huts), opening on to an octagonal reception area with wood cladding, contemporary stained-glass doors, and original paintings. Modern, pale-wood furniture and bold fabrics adorn the spacious rooms, which are in separate wings and mostly have sea views. The Peninsula Spa offers hydrotherapy and a relaxation suite. Floor-to-ceiling windows in the Coastguard restaurant look out over the bay and, as you'd expect, the specialty here is seafood.

    Hotel Details

  • 99 rooms, 14 suites
  • Rate includes breakfast.
  • Credit cards accepted.
  • Closed Jan. and Mon.–Thurs. in Nov. and Dec.
Updated: 04-10-2014

Fodorite Reviews

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    great family break venue

    Very satisfactory stay here with out 4 young children. good for families in terms of facilities and pool area.great location-within walking distance of town and some good restaurants (Ashe's,the Charthouse-we thought both were excellent).Fantastic,though pricey icecream at Murphy's! Rooms were nice /clean / we had lovely views. All in all a very nice hotel and we'll be back!

    by westportgal, 2/16/08

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