Adh Danlann is Vegetarian and Vegan Café in the heart of Dingle Town (on Dykegate Lane) serving wholefood and organic produce mostly grown in the garden behind the shop. In season all their vegetables are grown and harvested organically. Their organic garden product include Carrots, Courgettes, Tomatoes. Chillies, Potatoes, Sweet peppers, Pumpkins, Lettuce, Radishes, Cucumbers.Beetroot.Celery, Leeks, Peas, Beans, Broccoli,Aubergine,and Herbs. Delicious. More info here http://
Organizers have indicated the previously cancelled Dingle Tradfest festival will now go ahead. The traditional Irish music festival – founded by musicians Aoife and Deirdre Granville – has taken place annually in the West Kerry town for the past five years. Last May organizers released a statement indicating the festival in its current format would not go ahead this year. This was, the statement said, due to the absence of Arts Council funding. Today organizers have indicated
The Dingle Races take place this weekend Aug 5-7 2016. It is one of the oldest meetings in the country with a deep and proud tradition. In recent years it has developed enormously and is now the biggest flapper meeting in the country and attracts huge crowds to the Dingle Peninsula. Set in a most scenic location, the magnificent Ballintaggart Course enjoys a spectacular panoramic view of both the bay and harbour. More than 160 horses from all over the country will compete in
The many character filled pubs of Dingle is usually the highlight of one's stay in this West of Ireland town. Staying in Harriet's Cottage gets you within a stone's thrown of many of them. Leave the car are parked for the night, don't worry about getting a taxi, Take the short stroll home whistling the tune from the music session you just left. To show you how close your nearest pub is we made a little video ...
Race director Ken Dunne is currently readying himself for the biggest running yet of the immensely successful event. It's now well on its way to filling its allotment of 2,600 runners - impressive, but not surprising for an event that was recently named as one of the 52 best races on earth by the iconic Runner's World magazine. Mr Dunne recognised that accreditation as an immense achievement, but one that's deserved: "Runner's World is to our sport what Rolling Stone is to mu