Heaton's Dingle Accommodation on The Wild Atlantic Way

Céad míle fáilte romhat go Corca Dhuibhne.

“The most beautiful place on earth” is how The National Geographic Traveler once described the Dingle peninsula.

Heaton’s Guesthouse is nestled on the shores of Dingle Bay enjoying both a superb location with magnificent views of Dingle Bay while just being a 5 minute walk to the heart of the town. Heaton’s brings a unique style of traditional Irish hospitality to the shores of the Wild Atlantic Way.

Bed & Breakfast Accommodation in Heaton’s is of the highest standard. Cleanliness and warmth comes first. For many years Heaton’s has catered for guests from all over the world and has earned an excellent reputation for its outstanding hospitality.

Voted one of the best places to stay in Ireland, Heaton’s Dingle has magnificent B&B accommodation options.
Choose from our beautifully styled and furnished double or twin rooms, rooms with sea views and junior suites. All rooms are to the highest standard with every facility that one would expect from a four star establishment.

Dining at this family run 4 star guesthouse is an absolute gastronomic experience not to be forgotten. The breakfast, prepared and served by David Heaton, is truly the speciality and there is an extensive and locally sourced menu available.

Opened in 1996 by Cameron and Nuala Heaton, an elegant Irish Guesthouse was created in one of the most picturesque of places in Ireland. With the air of a small luxury hotel, this is the perfect location in Dingle Town.

Together with sister property, Castlewood House, operated by husband and wife team, Helen and Brian Heaton, Heaton’s makes the perfect base for a romantic break for two to larger family and groups.

Luxurious surroundings with natural and warm hospitality, make dreams come true at Heaton’s.

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Michelin Guide 2024
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