Hotels in Castlegregory, Ireland

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  • Hotel Harbour House & Leisure Centre Castlegregory

    A family-owned guesthouse situated on a small Irish town at the northern part of the Dingle peninsula, Harbour House & Leisure Centre in Castlegregory offers lovely views of the Maharees Islands. Scraggane is a 20-minute drive from the property, while the Fahamore Harbour just a three-minute walk away. All rooms are smoke free, and have private bathrooms with complimentary toiletries and hairdryers. Telephone and tea & coffee making facilities are also equipped in the rooms. Harbour House & Leisure Centre features an indoor swimming pool, sauna, fitness centre, and free parking for the guests. In addition, free Wi-Fi access is available in public areas. Complimentary full Irish breakfast is provided daily. The on-site Islands Seafood Restaurant serves fresh seafood and authentic Irish meals. Within a ten-minute drive from the property, guests can reach the Connor Pass that offers breathtaking driving experience while Lough Gill is only a 12-minute drive away. more

  • Hotel Castlegregory - Green Fields, Blue Seas, Majestic Mountains! Castlegregory

    Have an unforgettable time at the Martramane House in picturesque Castlegregory on the Dingle Peninsula.\r\n\r\nThis beautiful self-catering house is in County Kerry on the southwest coast of Ireland. Castlegregory, known as \'Castle\' by the locals, has become quite the artists colony, because of its serenity, history, and brilliant views. From every window in the house, you will enjoy breathtaking beauty, including Brandon bay, the Atlantic ocean, the 3100 foot high Brandon Mountain, and Loch Gil. Walk into town, for restaurants, pubs with traditional music, art, historic St. Mary\'s Church, and a fully stocked grocery store. \r\n\r\nThe area is well known for its hiking, windsurfing, water sports, horseback riding, and antiquities dating back to the first millennium. It\'s close to several of the world\'s greatest golf courses, 45 minutes to Ballybounion. Walk the miles of sandy beaches and more.\r\n\r\nThe Dingle Peninsula has the reputation for having an exhilarating blend of mountain scenery, big skies, historic sites, rugged coastlines contrasted by sandy beaches, and the friendliest most generous people in Ireland.\r\n\r\nKeywords: House more

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