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These cute timber camping cabins are located in an area of outstanding natural beauty on the Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry. The cabins are a 2 minute walk away from the beach, and are fully equipped with microwave, fridge, kettle, T.V. (satellite) and are close by to washing machine/dryer, shower and toilet facilities.
We also offer, at a cost (20 euro), to dress the cabin for you with bedding on your arrival, and for the duration of your stay.
This is a small village with general store, Post Office, telephone, petrol pump and bars with traditional music in season. A short drive from Camp takes one to the start of a posted walk on Caherconree a lofty Slieve Mish peak to an ancient stone fort, which is one of the highest, situated at 815 metres (2,713 feet), in Ireland. Camp is in a beautiful scenic area near the foot of the Slieve Mish Mountains and close to views of the sea, Brandon mountains, Tralee Bay, and Kerry Head. Tralee is only 10 miles to the east; Dingle Town is only 20 miles to the west.
Tralee is a thriving town, population 20,000. It has a racecourse, dog track, sports centre with pool and full facilities. Also an AQUADOME, bowling alley and children’s activity centre. Tralee town is full with shops and supermarkets. It has the Theatre and a Multi Screen Cinema, a number of Discos and Night Clubs and lots of live music in the pubs. The rail line from Dublin ends at Tralee.
Dingle is the most Westerly town in Europe at the far end of the Dingle Peninsula which is the most Northerly of the three hilly promontories stretching out into the broad Atlantic Ocean, bounded by Tralee Bay and Brandon Bay to the North, with Dingle Bay on its Southern side. One can approach Dingle by way of the Conor Pass, the road climbing up between the Stradbally mountains to the East and the Brandon mountain to the West, The Pass crosses the Peninsula from North to South and is a must for it's scenic beauty. At the summit 390 metres (1,300 ft.) one can stop and admire the sea in both directions. Continue through to Dingle with its many craft shops, its harbour and fishing fleet, its seafood restaurants, aquarium, cinema and of course Irish ballad singing in the many bars. Continuing past Dingle takes one round a road cut into the side of the rocky cliffs around Slea Head. Here you are at close quarters to the wide Atlantic Ocean. Travelling this road, one can see the Blasket Island, inhabited until the 1950's when the islanders were removed because of the difficulties of survival. This is the last landfall before America.
The Maharees is just North of Castlegregory and is a sandy peninsula separating Tralee and Brandon Bays. At the largest island of the group known as the Seven Hogs. The island contains the ruins of a small 6th. or 7th. Century monastic establishment, surrounded by a strong wall and including two oratories, three clochauns or beehive stone huts and three burial places. A sandy cove at the East end of the island provides a sheltered anchorage where visitors who make arrangements with the local fishermen can be put ashore. It will take about thirty minutes to walk around the islands shoreline, looking at the magnificent views of mountains, sea and sky.
Wenn du bis 24 Stunden vor deiner Reise stornierst, erhältst du eine volle Rückerstattung inklusive der Service-Gebühren.
Hello, my names Ross, originally I'm from the UK however I feel in love with Ireland after frequently spending my summers here with my family. The site has been in my family since 1980, and has been a family run business ever since. We have a variety of people from all parts of the world visiting the site and I hope they enjoy the area as much as I have throughout my life.