Welcome! Céad Míle Fáilte to dtí An Capall Dubh
An Capall Dubh Dingle features a range of affordable holiday accommodation to suit all types of visitor including a family run bed & breakfast and Dingle self catering holiday homes. All conveniently located, with private parking, in the centre of Dingle town. With instant access to all amenities it is the perfect location to explore all the Dingle Peninsula has to offer.
The An Capall Dubh archway leads you off Green Street and into our hidden courtyard – an oasis of peace and tranquility where you can sit back and relax during your stay. Unfortunately we cannot cater for pets or late night parties.
Fáilte Ireland Safety Charter completed and Safe Destination Courses completed by all staff members of An Capall Dubh Bed and Breakfast and Self-Catering Accommodation.
Dingle /Daingeann Uí Chúis is a vibrant farming and fishing port within the magnificent West Kerry Peninsula of Corca Dhuibhne. This section of The Wild Atlantic Way is world renowned for its breath-taking, rugged coastline, repeatedly used in critically acclaimed films. Richly immersed in its deep cultural roots of the spoken Gaelic language. Its ceol/music, dance/rince and stair/history is prominent throughout. A stay with us here at An Capall Dubh will ensure your immersion into this cultural experience and will have you returning again and again to replenish your soul/anam.
Widely known for its traditional pubs, lively entertainment and home to many local festivals such as An Dreoilín / The Wren, Feíle na Bealtaine and The Dingle Food Festival. It’s a must see location for all visitors.
The harbour and Dingle Bay was once home to Fungie, the most famous solitary wild bottlenose Dingle dolphin who made this his home as far back as 1983!
Dingle Peninsula is also home to many musically renowned names such as the award-winning musicians of the Begley family and singer Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh along with David Geaney of The Dingle Pub, our world renowned 5-times world champion Irish Dancer and many more gifted musicians, singers and dancers. Local artists Carol Cronin and Liam O’Neill, to mention but a few. The list is far too long to mention all the wonderfully talented and gifted sports heroes such as our Gaelic footballers, AFL Star Mark O’Connor and the late, great Páidí Ó Sé, all our local poets, musicians, writers, artists and all the small hard-working businesses that make up this especially culturally enriched haven.
If you are walking The Dingle Way a stop over for a night or two at An Capall Dubh is just the treat to recharge your batteries before you head onwards on your turas /pilgrimage.