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Emlagh House is a gracious country house located at the entrance to Dingle town overlooking Dingle Bay & harbour. The Kavanagh family, a local family, ensures that all guests enjoy their visit to the beautiful Dingle Peninsula & share their extensive local knowledge with each guest. Grainne & Marion Kavanagh look forward to sharing this wonderful area with you & welcoming you to their multi award winning home.
All reviews double sinks georgian style drawing room antique furniture underfloor heating rooms are huge breakfast was delicious heated floors short walk beautiful room dingle peninsula two nights quiet location easy walk one night stay dinner reservations a lovely place to stay
A large fancy house on the edge of town in a quieter location. We had a huge room and a large bathroom with two sinks, a bath and a shower. And a Heated bathroom floor - that was a nice surprise. Nicely decorated. Good breakfast....More
Our stay at Emlagh House was excellent! Wonderful view of the waterfront. Peggy was very helpful in recommending restaurants for dinner and then made our reservation for us. Comfortable room, beautiful community rooms, excellent breakfast. Very close to center of the town of Dingle.
Stayed here for 2nights while attending a wedding. Very well located a short distance from the centre of Dingle. There is adequate parking in front of the house. The room we got was to the front of the house and was well laid out with...More
This guesthouse is in a beautiful, atmospherically decorated building only a 5 minute walk from Dingle town centre. Our room was large with a fantastic comfy four poster bed, and a great ensuite. Other highlights included the homely shared sitting room with complimentary self-service tea,...More
We spent a week traveling town to town and inn to inn and this was the most spectacular place we stayed. This was my fifth visit to the island over 30 years. Quite an unexpected surprise. It is nestled on a hill overlooking Dingle and...More