Hazelbrook Dingle B&B

Hazelbrook Farm Dingle BnBHazelbrook Bed and Breakfast Dingle is situated on the scenic Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry, Ireland. It is conveniently located a short walk away from Dingle town yet still in peaceful country surroundings overlooking sea and mountains. Hazelbrook Farm B&B Dingle is a working sheep farm with the peaceful Milltown river flowing through its land. All there for your visitors to enjoy during their relaxing stay in Dingle.

It is the unspoilt charm and authenticity of Dingle which makes it a unique holiday destination. Dingle truly offers its visitors the bona fide Irish cultural experience. Hazelbrook is distinct in its appeal. It offers its guests experience of a phenomenon that is uniquely Irish: the charming Irish farmhouse. Mike, Patsy and Seán look forward to welcoming you.

All of our rooms are en-suite and include tea & coffee making facilities.

Hazelbrook Farm Dingle Accommodation Facilities

  • All rooms en suite
  • Wi-fi Internet Access
  • Extensive breakfast menu
  • Private parking
  • Tea/Coffee Facilities
  • Sitting Room for Guests
  • All bedrooms with TV
  • Garden for Guests
  • Hairdryers/radios in rooms
  • Mini Farm
  • Free Map of Area
  • Short Walk To Town Centre

Dingle B&B Prices:

  • 1 Night B&B Double En-suite per person sharing = €30 – €40
  • 1 Night B&B Twin En-suite per person sharing = €30 – €40
  • 1 Nights B&B Single En-suite = €40 – €50
  • 1 Nights Family En-suite = €90 – €120
  • Children’s Discount = 33%
  • Extended Stay Discount (Please as for details)

Hazelbrook Farm Dingle Bed and Breakfast

Contact Information:

Patricia Devane, Hazelbrook Farm, Milltown, Dingle, Kerry, Ireland.

Email: Info@HazelbrookFarmDingle.com
Web: Hazelbrook Dingle B&B
Phone / Fax: (353) 066 915 1589

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