Over the years we have welcomed many guests to our house. We have learned from our clients, the type of things they like to do whilst visiting the Dingle. There are an abundance of things to do here on the Wild Atlantic Way, and we have created a series of blog posts entitled 30 things to do in Dingle, to help you decide what suits you whilst on holiday.

In this post we suggest seeing birds of prey up close; visiting an authentic brew-house; hearing some traditional Irish music; nibbling on some wonderful cheese and seeing native Irish aquatic life up front.

Some activities will suit everybody, while other may just fine one or two gems to partake in while here.
But no matter what – there is always something to do in Dingle!

Information is drawn from the provider’s web sites – please do visit the individual sites for more information and bookings where necessary.

 

Dingle Falconry

 

Discover Birds of Prey
Popular with all age groups, a visit to the Dingle Falconry Experience always is a fascinating experience. Eric, the master falconer, will introduce you to his beautiful birds of prey including falcons, hawks and owls. This is available daily in the grounds of Milltown House. Private falconry walks are also available.
Visit the Kingdom Falconry Web Site for more information.

 

 

 

Dick Mack's Brew-house

Take a tour of Dick Mack’s Brew-house.
Dick Mack’s has been serving up liquid refreshments since 1899. As a dual-function pub you will find beer and a fine selection of whiskeys on one half of the bar, and a leather shop on the other. Explore the bar and adjoining rooms where the Mac Donnell family lived until recent times, or just get tucked into one of the snugs in the bar and absorb the atmosphere of this unchanged Irish pub. Dick Mack’s yard is a real Dingle institution.
Visit the Dick Mack’s Web Site for more information

 

 

Go to a traditional concertGo to a traditional Irish folk concert
An Siopa Ceoil or St. James church, regularly hold traditional Irish folk concerts. They are truly a memorable experience. Visit the intimate surroundings of Siopa Ceoil, an old fisherman’s cottage, or go to the acoustically perfect surrounds of St. James Church, home to Other Voices. Held during from April to October, Siopa Ceoil’s concerts are on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, while St. James’ concerts are every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Enquire at Castlewood House  for further information.

 

 

Little Cheese Shop Dingle

 

 

 

 

Visit the Little Cheese Shop.
Mark Murphy’s Little Cheese Shop is one of Dingles pure hidden gems. Mark has a real passion for food and his shop is a true testament to this. Sample many of his cheeses sourced by artisan producers.
Ask Castlewood House for directions

 

Dingle Ocean World

 

Say ‘Hello’ to a fish in the Dingle Aquarium.
This is just a fantastic aquarium and is very centrally located just across from the marina in Dingle town. Home to hundreds of species of fish including sharks, turtles, the adorable penguins, otters, crocodiles and lots, lots more. See if you can find Nemo!
Visit the Dingle Aquarium Web Site for further information.