Self Catering Holiday Homes
in Dingle, Kerry

Self Catering Holiday Homes
in Dingle, Kerry

Luxurious and modern, our self catering holiday homes and vacation rentals are available for you to explore Dingle and its environs. The spacious and contemporary houses are within easy walking distance of Dingle town centre and are an comfortable base to enjoy the Peninsula and everything it has to offer. Set beside a gently flowing river and with the spectacular mountain backdrop of the Conor Pass, Glór na hAbhann offers you a beautiful haven in which to relax and unwind

Luxury self catering holiday homes in Dingle, Kerry, Ireland

Classic House

Classic self catering holiday homes that are full of light and comfort with a spacious living room, a fully equipped kitchen, and four bedrooms

€150 - €300 per night

€650 - €1,200 per week

Sleeps 8

View of Glór na hAbhann classic self catering holiday homes from the road in Dingle, Ireland

Luxury House

Full of space and light, our luxury self catering holiday homes have sumptuous furnishings, an integrated kitchen and four ensuite bedrooms

€200 - €400 per night

€750 - €1,500 per week

Sleeps 8

We have:
8 Classic Houses - 2 Luxury Houses


I couldn't recommend Glór na Hanhann enough we were down for my nieces wedding on 22nd Sep 2017 we stayed for 5 days fabulous self catering holiday homes with central heating wifi dishwasher washing machine & tumble dryer fully functional kitchen sitting room & 4 spacious bedrooms sleeps 8 altogether & very good value. I would say probably one of the best places to stay in Dingle😊

– Jo Hannigan Jordan

Family Run Business

Glór na hAbhann's new and exclusive complex of ten secluded self catering holiday homes in Dingle town is owned and managed by a local family who will always be around to welcome and help you with anything you need.

View of Coumeenoole beach on the Slea Head drive, on the Dingle Peninsula, on the Wild Atlantic Way in Ireland

Things to Do in Dingle

Dingle is a Gaeltacht town on the edge of Ireland's South West coast on the Wild Atlantic Way with recorded history going back to the Stone Age and a rich cultural heritage. The area is traditionally known for its scenic views and crashing waves, as well as its numerous writers, musicians, artists and poets. In more recent years, it has gained a reputation for fine dining and locally produced artisan food of the highest standard, culminating with the Ireland's Foodie Town Award in 2014

Dingle Harbour on a sunny day with fishing boats
View of Strand street in Dingle town in Ireland on a sunny day

There are plenty of activities to do in Dingle and on the Dingle Peninsula from the Slea Head Drive to walking the Dingle Way. Spend some time practicing your Irish or taking an Eco Tour and seeing the life in the Ocean. If it rains, why not visit Dingle Oceanworld Aquarium and learn about life under the waves, or scale the heights of one of the largest indoor rock climbing walls in Ireland at Explorers World. Whatever you like to do, you are sure to find an activity that suits you in Dingle!