We phoned Marguerite direct for a stay. We did plan to stay in Dingle as we stayed there about 25 years ago and really enjoyed it but it is now very busy and touristy. So we kept going and hit the phone looking for a place to stay. Ferriters Cove is set amongst a group of houses close to the sea and a short walk from the Golf Club. Yep, we did get lost but Marguerite guided us right to the door - it was belting rain and we missed a turn ! The room was basic but very comfortable, and with a small ensuite bathroom. There is a spot just inside the front door where you can make a cuppa and have a biscuit. We slept very well indeed and had a wonderful breakfast the following morning. There is a great selection of bread, cereals, fruit, yoghurt, and of course the full Irish breakfast - which was very generous and went with the brown bread and lashings of hot tea.Would be happy to stay here again.…
We stayed w/ Padraig at his charming B & B! It was clean, cozy and comfortable! Padraig made dinner suggestions and we had an amazing dinner across the road at the golf course! Padraig’s personal touches- such as coffee and tea station at the ready complete with biscuits and cookies- was so nice!! The full Irish breakfast plus cereal, yogurts and fruits was plentiful! I highly recommend Ferriter’s Cove. It’s just a short drive from Dingle town & the views are spectacular (even in the rain!)
This B&B was selected for us by Hillwalk Tours, as a part of our self guided hike on The Dingle Way. We finished our day's hike at the Blasket Centre (well worth a visit) and called Padraig for a pick up. He was friendly and conversational on the way back to the B&B. We got settled into our small, but adequate room. We had a nice view of the patio and the water beyond. This was our longest and hardest day of hiking so we were quite content to walk to the golf course club house for dinner and then turn in. Breakfast in the morning was robust and Padraig served everyone. Marguerite was in the kitchen preparing the meals. Overall, another wonderful stay at a B&B in Ireland.
We stayed with Padraig and Marguerite overnight on Friday, May 24th. Padraig and Marguerite could not have been nicer. We wanted to avoid staying in Dingle because it is quite touristy and this was exactly what we were looking for being about a 20 minute drive from Dingle proper. We went for some live music and a pint at Kane's Pub in Ballyferriter village on Padraig's recommendation and it was terrific! Even better was was seeing Padraig and Marguerite entering the pub for a short visit with friends as we were heading home for the night after all was quiet at the inn and they had coverage for a quick outing. We would definitely stay with them again! The room was simple but quite comfortable. Two thumbs up for all that this location has to offer.
Our hosts were welcoming and gracious. The rooms were basic but clean and quiet. Very nice breakfasts. Pubs either a 5 minute drive or a 40 minute walk. Golf course club house dining just a 2 minute walk. The setting is rural and quite beautiful. It was conveniently located for walking the Dingle Way.