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Michele, I'm going to try to get rooms at Heaton's Guesthouse in Dingle (I think...I'm sure...I mean, I'm pretty sure...

If anybody has comments about Heaton's or Dingle, I'd love to hear them. (Okay, I've read them all already, lots of your comments on this web-site, but I have an insatiable need to collect more info!)

Michele, I know you've recommended really great places in your book, I can tell because I'm a fanatic researcher, and I keep coming across great comments from on-line guests for places I've seen mentioned in your book! I bet I could have just bought your book and read nothing else and had a great trip, but that's impossible for me. The search is part of the excitement for me!

I think Heaton's sounds great. A 5-minute walk to dingle town with all the great pubs, my daughters will love that, and yet it's more peaceful than the places right in town it seems.

Do you have any favorite rooms? (OOps, if you post them here, they will all be booked up for the year!) Hubby and I like a quiet romantic room with a view on the quiet side. That's what I usually request and I'm usually very happy with my room. I hope Heaton's still has availability for my travel days. I'll soon find out as I'm going to e-mail them and say that Michele Erdvig sent me and highly recommends them! It sounds like the rooms on the water side have nice views but overlook a parking lot. so the rooms on the other side must overlook the garden I'm thinking. I can ask them all that but am wondering if you have a favorite room? Are there certain rooms which are more likely to get problems from noisy people returning late from the pubs? (Like you I'm a light sleeper.)

For my daughters, they mostly are happy if they each have their own bed, we don't worry about their views and they usually sleep fine.

Anyway I only have one regret about choosing Heatons'. (I'll have 2 regrets if they are already fully booked!) My one regret is I have a fantasy of a little cottage B&B with Irish grandma rocking in her rocking chair next to a peat fire and telling stories in her Irish brogue and we're listening enrapt, drinking tea with milk and sugar. Sigh, that's NOT Heaton's for sure. But grandma's cottage seems NOT to come with power showers, from what I have been reading about Irish accomodations.

So I thought, if I do get Heaton's, maybe I can put some variety in the trip by booking grandma's little B&B somewhere else. Haven't found it yet though! Rick Steves mentions Corner HOUSE B&B in dingle with Kathleen Browne with a twinkle in her eye telling stories, but there is absolutely no comments anywhere on the internet from any travellers about her place. I have her pictured as grandma but you know she could be a young single woman telling stories with a twinkle in her eye. I don't like to book places with no other guest comments. You know Rick likes to rough it a little. You like to be comfty, Michele! Me too.

We enjoy spicing up our trips with a variety of types of accomodations. Since Heaton's sounds like it will spoil us, like American travellers tend to expect, maybe you can recommend someplace more daring to stay near the Shannon airport for our first night's lodging after arrival? Well, what I mean by daring is...maybe it won't be as luxurious, but it will have something very Irish and very memorable about it? Am I making any sense? Maybe someplace small where the hostess/host has time for a chat? GRANDMA, WHERE ARE YOU?

When we fly into Shannon we can spend 1 night in Ennis or Bunratty, seems to be the same driving distance to Dingle the next day. Anyplace near there. Anyplace that is 40 minutes or less from airport would be good for 1st night. I think Ennis sounds less touristy than Bunratty.

Thanks, Michele, ever so much. I'm getting excited and I know this is going to be a great trip. REally looking forward to spending 3 nights in Dingle. Thanks to everyone who has posted great trip reports on this web-site, you have all helped a lot!

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Some of the junior suites at Heaton's are huge with king beds & deluxe bathrooms. The rooms in the front do overlook both the parking and the harbor. However, if you are on the second floor (first floor in Ireland) you will be above the lot, if that makes a difference. There is one end room that has a side view of the harbor and no parking lot but it is a twin and on the smallish side. Maybe okay for your daughters? As long as you are not right by the stairs, I think you will be okay. You know how people tend to talk when going upstairs to their rooms. Otherwise just tell Nuala & Cameron your needs and they will be able to tell you which room would suit you best. They are a very friendly & helpful couple and I think you will enjoy your stay there.


The grandmotherly stay is more difficult. I actually looked through my book to see if anything would come close and decided that Dualla House (Cashel) and Glenelg (Adare) might fit the bill. Had you thought of staying in Adare on your arrival? Glenelg is small and cozy and only has three bedrooms (a twin and double en suite and one twin with bath across the hall -- break out the fluffy robes!) Although Margaret Liston doesn't have white hair she is a really warm and caring host. Might come close. Mariread Power at Dualla House serves tea and scones in front of a blazing peat fire every afternoon for guests.


Another option near Shannon would be Newmarket-on-Fergus and Cahergal Farmhouse. I inspected it this spring and it is a very nice restored farmhouse with horse stables out back. There were a lot of people staying there when I stopped by and they were enjoying tea in the sitting room while the host showed me around. It is in a nice rural area.


I have looked at a lot of Rick Steves recommendations and calling them "rough" is kind. Maybe it takes a woman's eye to find the clean and comfy places!


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Michele, you are so kind, I can't believe you actually searched in your book for my dreamy Irish cottage with grandma in the rocking chair! Are you a fairy godmother?

I promised myself (and hubby) to get on a normal sleeping schedule again so off I go to bed to dream of that little Irish cottage with the peat fire! Tomorrow I will look up those new places you've mentioned within driving distance of the Shannon airport, and HOW DID YOU READ MY MIND?! I was just thinking today that maybe Adare could be our first stop after landing in Shannon, but I had to cook dinner and actually had to leave the computer!

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Melissa, it's a bit far afield from Shannon, but if you really want a cozy Irish cottage try Caladghearr Thatch Cottage (once again I'm at work so my spelling may be off) in Spiddal, just west of Galway City. She has only three rooms, so the five of us had the whole place to ourselves; we put on our jammies and took our bottle of Bailey's to the lounge and enjoyed the peat fire. The hostess's name escapes me (Maura? Maureen?) at the moment, but she was most gracious and we would never have found our way around Galway City without her instructions. I don't think she has a grannie available, so you might have to compromise on that one. I know, I'll go and make up some stories after I polish up me brogue. Just let me know when!

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Dude, if I have a bottle of Bailey's next to the peat fire, you might look like granny to me and yer brogue will sound a wee bit Irish too!

Ah, a cozy Irish cottage near Galway...sounds nice. And a lovely unpronouncible Gaelic name it has too?! Must be authentic then. Thanks for giving me more to dream about.

Dude, I have actually been thinking that I've read so much about dublin, I feel like I've already been there, so I can leave it out of the itinerary now! But darn me daughter wants a taste of the city life and the country life. (Working on me fake Irish brogue.)

The biggest challenge is trying to learn the correct pronunciation for Irish places so that if I have to ask somebody the way to "Dun Laoghaire", I won't say "How do I get to Done Log-Hair?!!"

Well I'm making a list of Irish cottages with story-telling grannies and peat fires, and who knows, one of them might actually fit into my itinerary. At least I can dream! I know, I'll write granny into my trip report when I return! That's it! I'll create her! A creative challenge!



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Michele, thanks for the details on the rooms at Heaton's in dingle.

Glenelg in Adare looks sweet and simple. Might be just the place. Not much info available on Dualla anywhere, but anyway Cashel adds a bit more of a drive, just after landing in Shannon after a flight from LAX! I'm trying to be realistic. Cranky family, 1 1/2 hour drive? Staying closer to the airport is sounding better.

Have you had a look at Carrygerry House Hotel in Newmarket-on-Fergus? Sounds cozy too.

Okay, no grandma in rocking chair in front of peat fire at Bunratty Lodge or Headley Court, but you recommend them and people seem happy there.

I have heard that some B&Bs near the airport don't accept 1-night stays anymore?! I hope that is not the case, that would mess up my itinerary...

Thank you for all your help, Michele.







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Oh, Melissa, I look like Granny all right even without the Bailey's (remember the white hair) and am the proud Granny to seven delightful grandchildren so all I need to do is get some stories.


We had a thread some time ago about pronouncing Irish place names. You might be able to locate it in the archives. And the Irish folk will gently correct you if you get it terribly wrong.


Dublin has many attractions, and I loved the history, but if I never get back there it will be okay. Of course, I've been there three times. The Irish countryside, now, that's another story. If my husband would go with me, I'd go live there. Of course, that tiny cottage by the sea might not seem so romantic in the dead of winter. But at least I wouldn't have to deal with 100+ temps and nearly that level of humidity like we have here in south Texas. And the scenery... To an old farm girl from the shortgrass prairie, Ireland is what heaven must look like.


Now I'm getting all weepy and nostalgic...



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Glenelg is sweet and simple and oh so cute. Margaret is a wonderful host too.


I looked at Carrygerry House in May. Run by a nice couple (who manage the property for the owners). The setting is lovely but I liked the interior and rooms better at Cahergal Farmhouse. (That comfy thing again!) There is just something about the people who own the place actually running it that makes things nicer, I think. If you own something you really care about it, your business and your guests. Just that little something extra.


Bunratty Lodge and Headley Court are always first-class recommendations. Accommodations at both are top notch. No open fires but Bunratty Lodge is extremely warm (if you are inclined to feel the coolness). They definitely do not require a two-night stay at either of them. In fact, I doubt if you will find that around the Shannon area.


Keep in mind that during the season your rooms will probably not be read to occupy till early afternoon. Many people get around that by pre-booking the previous night so that no one is occupying the room and they can get right in when they arrive. It does cost a bit more but can be a godsend for those who need their bed on arrival.


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Dude, Which parts of Ireland are heaven for you?  I'm looking forward to having grandchildren some day!  You must be so proud!  Yes, do learn some stories.


 


 



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Michele, regarding the B&Bs within driving distance of SHANNON AIRPORT, I trust your judgement that although Carrygerry House is nice, Cahergal Farmhouse is nicer.  I know what you mean about the people who own it also running it.  That makes it more homey! 


I think I am putting Glenelg and Cahergal in first place right now, followed by the Bunratty  Lodge and Headley Court as back-up.  I really enjoy getting a variety of different types of accomodations, and my family likes the adventure of that too!   I will start e-mailing places and see what's available.


I ran across some people with fond memories of Dualla on-line!  Too bad Cashel really is a bit too far a drive for us on our first night, having to fly all the way from San Diego, California to Shannon.


For DINGLE, I am a bit torn between Greenmont House and Heaton's Guesthouse.  Any comparisons?  They both seem to be within walking distance of Dingle town, with great food, and relatively quiet (compared to staying in the middle of town.)  I may just e-mail them both and see what is available, but how do they compare?  Does one have better water pressure in the showers than the others?  Better views?  Quieter?  Warmer atmosphere? Does one have an inviting sitting room where guests gather and chat?  


Thanks Michele, I love your web-site. I can talk about Ireland forever, and like Dude even when I return I can come here and get nostalgic!  


 


 


   


 


  


 


 


   



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I have not stayed at Greenmount so can't compare it with Heaton's. However, I continually get feedback from readers that Heaton's was a highlight of their trip with excellent food and warm hosts. Heaton's does have a nice comfy sitting room with fireplace. Nuala and Cameron serve tea or coffee to guests there. Also two dining rooms (one a conservatory) and the breakfast is delightful. No calories, of course, in those sinful breakfasts!


Although I have yet to look at it, you might want to check out Castlewood right next door to Heaton's and run by their son and daughter-in-law. I have heard good things about it and since it is owned by the Heatons you know they will do things right.


If you are up for a splurge Emlagh House is superb.


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Oh, Melissa, choosing between parts of Ireland is like trying to decide which of my children, or grandchildren, I like best!
Some random memories:
Walking up into the Gap of Dunloe early on a brisk morning.
Rounding a corner and seeing the Rock of Cashel looming before us.
Tara, ancient seat of High Kings
The waterfall at Glencar Lake
Killary Harbour
Passage graves WAY up in the Bricklieve Mountains
Newgrange
The scenery between Killary Harbour and Connemara
Conor Pass
Climbing up to Queen Maeve's grave

And, on my Walk to Emmaus, reading a letter from my daughter and finding out that she would never have had the courage to go traveling to Ireland (twice!) if not for me.

That's all for now; I'm sure more will come to me as I think about my trips.

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Michele, thank you for the information about Heaton's in Dingle.  I am a bit confused about breakfast.  Their web-site lists "bed and breakfast" prices, so I assume the breakfast is included in the prices.  However, they have a huge breakfast menu, with everything from juices and porridge to Omelettes and fresh fish, all on their breakfast menu.  But how can this work?  Any of this is included in your room price?!  I am confused.  Suppose one wants both porridge and fish for example...is this allowed?  Or is there an extra charge for piggish people who order too much?  (I have only stayed at bed and breakfast places where there aren't any choices, everyone gets the same breakfast, included in the room price.)


Hubby starts out the day much happier when the breakfast is already included in the room price, so that he can relax with his family and not have to worry about extra expenses adding up.  I want to make sure I am not misunderstanding Heaton's breakfast situation.


Thanks so much Michele for all your help!  I have pretty much settled on Heaton's for Dingle (unless I have misunderstood the breakfast situation and there is an extra charge for breakfast in addition to the room rates already listed on their web-site.)


Why do the Irish love to fatten up their visitors at breakfast?  Are they still recovering from feeling deprived at the potato famine?


Food!  Glorious food!


 


     



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Get ready to pig out at Irish B&Bs! Breakfast is included in the price of 99% (there are a few very hoity toity posh places that charge extra but they say so upfront & Heaton's is not one of them). Usually there is a buffet table and you help yourself to cereal, fruit, yogurt, cheese and things like that. Porridge is generally ordered although I know a couple of places that have a big heated pot of it on the sideboard. You can basically have anything you want. If it is not on the menu feel free to ask or mix and match.


I had a look at Heaton's menu and everything above "Heaton's Traditional Irish Breakfast" (which is about 2/3 of the way down) you can have as much and whatever you want. Under that point you would order your hot breakfast and would choose your entree such as an omlete or smoked salmon & scrambled eggs or the trad breakfast, etc. Believe me, you will not leave Heaton's breakfast table hungry.


I think Irish breakfast is leftover from when farmers rose at dawn to begin their work for the day. They needed something hearty to set them up for a day of physical labor and a big breakfast was essential. Nowadays most Irish have cereal or something like that, just like we do. It is the tourists that enjoy the traditional Irish breakfast.


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Wow, what a breakfast! Ireland is my favorite country already. Breakfast is my favorite meal of the day. Michele, thanks for making things clear, and for looking at the Heaton's breakfast menu for me. Perfect arrangement for our family. Hubby can enjoy his breakfast without counting the costs that would normally be adding up at a restaurant for breakfast, since it's included in the B&B price. Daughters will be happy if they happen to want to order one of this and one of that, they won't get the fatherly frown of disaproval. And I will be in breakfast heaven.

Gotta start exercising for all those breakfast calories though! Thank goodness one can order porridge or yogurt and fruit one morning. Actually hubby likes a light healthy breakfast so it sounds like they have things on the menu for him too.

You have cleared up my confusion nicely. I see, you choose one hot breakfast, and you can have the other things in addition.

I can see already why visitors like Ireland. They really know how to feed everyone at breakfast. But then you have to come home and breakfast is never the same again. Until your next visit to Ireland

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DUDE, did you reply as "Anonymous"? Thanks for sharing some of your favorite memories of Ireland. Of the places you mentioned, we're planning to see Killary Harbor and some nearby scenery; maybe Tara (on the drive down between Belfast and Dublin we'll have time to see something); and some of the places you've mentioned I'm not sure where they are, have to look them up again.

I think we will miss the Rock of Cashel on this trip. Trying to choose fewer places so we can spend more time there.

Have fun dreaming Irish dreams, which is what I'm doing. Kiss all the grand-children.

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Most Irish breakfasts can set you up for the day. Many times you will just need a bowl of soup or some fruit to tide you over till dinner. My husband always goes through Irish breakfast withdrawal when we get home. I have to cook him a nice breakfast for about a week, each morning deleting an item till he is down to just his usual cereal and bananna.


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Michele, Irish breakfast withdrawal symptoms sound similar to rainforest withdrawal symptoms I had when returning to dry Southern California after 2 weeks in green Costa Rica. Alas, there's no cure...except for more trips! What a caring wife your hubby has, to ween him so patiently back onto "American" breakfasts!

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You will really have green withdrawals after Ireland. I'm fortunate to live in a very green area.


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Michele, it's a blessing you can feast your eyes on green at home. My yard is only green in December and January when it rains every day (it seems) and the weeds grow. That's it for the year! (Hubby doesn't believe in watering lawns, he has our yard planted with a native drought-tolerant type of landscaping.

Heaton's Guesthouse in dingle e-mailed me back very quickly and they do have some rooms for our days! Hopefully I can complete the reservations process before someone else snags the rooms. I appreciate their quick response by e-mail, that helps a lot and is a good sign of good customer service.

I'm trying to get a room with a sea view for hubby and I. Thanks again for all your help. You know so many details.

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I am delighted to hear that Heaton's has vacancies for you. Hope you get just the right rooms for your stay.


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Michele, for hubby and I Heaton's has offered us a deluxe room on the second floor which is a corner room with sea view and away from the stairs. We will be there in July. The Camerons wrote that the windows are double glazed so if the windows are closed it is quiet. They said as an alternate they have a deluxe room without any sea view, but it is "very quiet". What do you think, Michele? I asked for a quiet room with a romantic view. Did I say romantic? I might have said nice view.

Anyway I'm a light sleeper, having a hard time falling asleep if there's a lot of noise. But I don't expect complete silence in a vacuum either. Perhaps you are more familiar with the guesthouse and can imagine these rooms? You said you like quiet too. Which room would you pick?

In July, is it likely we'll want the windows open at night at Heaton's Guesthouse? (Hubby often likes a little air flow unless it's cold.)

I don't suppose you can hear the sea from this guesthouse? Perhaps it's not that kind of sea, it's a harbor maybe? In Maui we fell asleep listening to the sea from our room at the Maui Prince hotel!

Michele, thanks for recommending Heaton's! I am really looking forward to it. I think at the moment they are holding the sea view room for us, as I already gave them all the info they needed.

With my luck, if I give up the seaview room and go for the "Very quiet room" I will get a noisy guest next door to me with a loud TV on or something!

As you can tell I'm leaning towards the seaview room but I am interested in your opinion. Of course I won't blame you if I pick the wrong room. Just kidding you, l love to play with the emoticons! Adorable little fellows! Actually I like almost 100% of my rooms on vacation because after all I research practically every room in town, in every town, so I always end up pleased and so does hubby!

My trip reports are usually full of, Wow! This place is great! That place is wonderful! Stay here! Stay there! But I love to include details so people can tell if it will suit them or not. (People have individual tastes.)

Thanks very much, Michele, I'm getting excited!

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If it were me, I would choose the corner room with the view. With a corner room you will only have one other room next to yours. If you had a center room you would be sandwiched between two rooms. Twice the potential for noisy guests (but generally tourists tend to be considerate of others so I wouldn't sweat it). I know that in July I would want the windows open at night. Since it is overlooking the harbor you won't get the crashing waves of the ocean (unless there is a wicked storm). You will have sea breezes. If people are coming back late from the pubs you might hear them coming in, but that is possible in any room. If people are checking in late you would most likely hear the car doors, etc. But that would not be going on all night. I find that in general most tourists are snoozing by 10 or 11 and up early for breakfast. They don't want to loose a minute of their day for sightseeing, etc. I hope that helps you make a decision.


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Thanks, Michele! Yes, your reflections on why you would choose the corner room with the sea view at Heaton's instead of the quietest room with no view make sense. I'm leaning towards wanting a view anyway! Ooh, yes, a crashing storm would add atmosphere to my journal jottings and to my trip report!

Well I'm going for the sea view, that settles it. Looking forward to it. I can't believe I actually made the first reservation and am onto the second decision! Appreciate your help.



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I'm always happy to help. Congrats on making your first decision!  Now, onward and upward to the others.


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