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All reviews murphy's pub green building great location full irish breakfast the main street homemade brown bread next morning a great place to stay breakfast room pubs and restaurants in town nice room comfortable bed within walking distance central location sitting room live music
We ate lunch at Murphy’s, a typical Irish pub with great food. We decided to check out their rooms above the pub, and were surprised to find very nice, clean and modern rooms. There is a great lounge upstairs that overlooks the harbor. Breakfast was...More
Rooms were clean, staff was friendly, and the hotel is located perfectly in the heart of it all. This place is walking distances to all the pubs, restaurants, shopping, and the harbour. They lock the doors after a certain time, but provide you a key...More
Good value, good restaurant, good Pub, Great Location. Down the street from everywhere and across the street from the harbor. You couldn't ask for a better location in Dingle. We had a pint in the pub and got to hear some good music. The rooms...More
Dingle is one of the most beautiful and iconic of Irish villages. Murphy's certainly adds to its charm. The accommodation upstairs has been well renovated with sizable, neat rooms. Bathroom facilities are spotless and newish. The beds and pillows provided a comfortable night's sleep. Basic...More
This was my second stay at Murphy's in Dingle. It was as great as the first time I stayed there 4 years ago. The location right in the center of town can't be beat with stores, pubs and activities all right there. The owner, Owen,...More
There is a dirt lot just to the side of the pub with parking for approximately 10 vehicles. We were able to park there 2 out of 3 times. When it was full, we found a spot less than a block away. It might be harder during... More
There is a dirt lot just to the side of the pub with parking for approximately 10 vehicles. We were able to park there 2 out of 3 times. When it was full, we found a spot less than a block away. It might be harder during high season (we were there in May).