Emlagh House has been in our Bridgestone 100 Best Places to Stay book ever since Grainne and Marion first opened their doors, which says all you need to know about this Dingle landmark. Emlagh is distinguished by good taste, good taste that is restrained, despite being undeniably expensive. Its signature is both that pervasive luxury, and also the sort of genuine hospitality that offers you a cup of tea and some superb home baking the very second that you walk in the door.
Pleasingly lush, thrillingly bleak, Dingle is a jewel on the wind-carved western Irish coast, where the only thing outdoing the authentic pubs and good food is the warmth of the local characters.
Homely burg of a couple of thousand people. Dingle is a harbour – small, secure, home to the trawlers which stock the town’s frequently miraculous seafood restaurants. Dingle is a bay – a sliver of ocean bitten out of County Kerry. And Dingle is a peninsula – jutting approximately from Tralee, Kerry’s largest town, out to the westernmost point of Europe.
26 West Kerry businesses receive Eco Business Award. Corca Dhuibne Glas, in conjunction with the EPA Local Authority Prevention Network (LAPN) programme and the Regional Waste Management Office are delighted to announce that 26 companies on the Dingle Peninsula have been awarded the Corca Dhuibhne Glas - Dingle Peninsula Eco Award.
The award is an environmental training and consultancy programme which was launched in May 2011. The programme is supported locally by Dingle Peninsula Tourism, MFG, Údarás na Gaeltachta, Dingle Chamber of Commerce, Kerry County Council and Transition Town Corca Dhuibhne.