Town centre with private balcony terrace
Dingle, Dingle Peninsula, Wild Atlantic Way
- 4 guests
- 2 bedrooms
- 1 bathroom
In the heart of Dingle town, close to the action, this first-floor apartment is the perfect compact hideaway for all those on their Irish ‘aistear’ (Gaelic for ‘journey’). All of the amenities of this bustling tourist town are close to hand. With restaurants and pubs right on the doorstep, this first floor apartment is tucked away in the perfect spot. A private balcony to the rear is ideal for a morning coffee or a sundowner tipple. The two-bedroom apartment is tastefully refurbished and decorated stylishly with contemporary vintage-inspired pieces, giving the restful ambience a chic twist.
THIS HOME IS NOT PET FRIENDLY
The approach to the apartment is by a private entry door, leading to a spacious entrance hall and a wide stairway up to the living areas. Parking is on-street. The entrance hallway is flooded with natural light from a skylight above, and a framed map of the Dingle Peninsula sits on the wall beside the door, to remind the visitor of all the surrounding area has to offer. The large space here is perfect for storing a buggy or luggage, and a washer, dryer, storage cupboard and ironing board are cleverly tucked in, utilising the under stairs space.
Address: John St, Dingle
Beach (Beenbawn) 2.4km
Pub: On your doorstep
Restaurant: On your doorstep
Kerry Airport 56km (55 minutes)
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Both bright and airy bedrooms have a south-facing aspect and are furnished with comfortable double bed and king sized bed, clothes rail and luggage rack, and have wall-mounted Smart televisions.
The living area is to the rear of the open plan kitchen-dining-living room, with a stylish L-shaped couch and wall-mounted TV making the most of the space. The sitting room area opens onto a generously-sized outdoor terrace balcony - with plenty of room for sunbathing or outdoor dining.
Kitchen and Dining area
The stylish minimalist kitchen is decorated with clean lines, using white units and a marbled worktop. The kitchen area includes a full-size fridge-freezer, dishwasher, oven, hob, microwave, kettle, toaster and coffee machine. A vintage style round dining table seats four.
The large balcony terrace is nestled at the back of the apartment, away from the street offering a spacious extra dimension to the apartment, for entertaining or relaxing in total privacy.
The shower room is luxuriously decorated with feature tiling, a double-width sink and rain shower.
The colourful fishing town of Dingle boasts many attractions and there is always something fun to do with cultural events throughout the year including food, music, film and arts festivals. The town is surrounded by natural beauty with beaches, mountains and rivers to explore.
With over 50 pubs in the town, there is always a bit of craic to be had and live music every night. Dingle was named Ireland’s Best Foodie Town in 2014 so food lovers will be in heaven! There are so many good restaurants especially serving freshly caught seafood it is hard to just name a few, but you’ll find some of our favourites on the Stay YNA App. The Dingle Food Festival takes place every year over the first weekend in October and attracts thousands of visitors for its taste trail, demonstrations, wine tasting, workshops and entertainment. There is also farmers market on Fridays with all the award winning local produce Dingle has to offer on sale.
Dingle has long been associated with the arts too; it has the Beehive theatre, an arts cinema, numerous bookshops & literary events and its fair share of successful galleries showcasing local artists and artworks. The town is also an outlet for the very best of contemporary and traditional Irish art, craft and design in the south-west of Ireland. Visitors can buy handmade ceramics, glass, crystal, Jewellery, Wooden crafts, Prints, linen, knitwear and woven goods as well as traditional Irish musical instruments.
Dingle is in the gaeltacht (Irish speaking region) of the Peninsula and you will hear the Irish language spoken all over town and the surrounding villages out west. There are so many cultural activities in Gaeilga, every year students come from all over Ireland to join in the rich programme of events.
Not many visitors would leave dingle without an encounter with Fungie the bottlenose dolphin. He arrived in the harbour back in 1984 and decided the make the town his home. He has become a major attraction for visitors and locals alike and while most dolphins swim in pods, Fungie seems to prefer hanging out with humans rather than his own species and accompanies every boat that sails in or out of the harbour.
Enjoy open plan living with free-flowing spaces and unfussy furnishings. These homes take their inspiration from mid-century modernism with curved lines, wood and earthy shades of turquoise, rust, brown and olive greens. Contemporary influences are reflected in monochrome and grey backdrops with clean lines of concrete, glass and metal and pops of bright colour.
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