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Reviewed April 3, 2018

We arrived after dark at about 8pm and had a lot of trouble finding the lane to turn off as our GPS kept taking us beyond it. The turn off is quite hard to find in the dark but totally obvious in the morning!
To help others arriving in the dark, you need to turn left *immediately* after the bridge leaving Dingle. (You will see the Dingle Distillery still lit up at night on your right.). Once you are on the lane you should quickly see the tall flag poles on the front of the lawn of Milltown House.
It is a beautiful property overlooking the bay and across from Dingle.
When we arrived, there was no one around except 2 ginormous Irish Wolf Hounds (a but disconcerting as we were not sure if we could just walk in past them or not, to get out of the rain) and we had to call out for quite a while before someone emerged. She was very nice and helpful after that.
Our triple room for us and our adult son was large and pretty with a well heated bathroom and 3 sets of everything. Homely furniture throughout the room but we would have liked a surface to raise up our luggage and open it, rather than the floor. We appreciated the Nespresso machine to make good strong coffee ( breakfast coffee was unfortunately American-style dilute brown water) The room was up a flight of stairs, something to keep in mind if you have mobility problems or big luggage ( not an issue for us)
Stephen the owner had sent us an email before our stay offering information and to organise tours, unfortunately he missed seeing our reply before our stay but followed up immediately after we had left, with another email.
Stephen was not around during our stay so we did not get to meet him.
Breakfast was generous and hot, served in a very pretty conservatory overlooking the lawns and the water.
We had a packed schedule and had to leave straight after breakfast. So we did not have any time to use the guest lounge or bar or even look around the house and gardens.
It's a pity, if we do it again, we would slow down the pace and spend 2 nights in Dingle and certainly stay at Milltown again. The day we left, there was bad fog and ice on the roads (some roads out of Dingle were closed) and our drive on the Dingle peninsula was a total washout, we did not see any views at all and all our experience of the sights was cold and wet and miserable ( except for the visit to the Great Blasket Museum which was not on our planned itinerary and added that day because it was dry!) .That's just the way it is with Irish weather and that's why you need 2 nights!

  • Stayed: March 2018, travelled with family
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Reviewed April 3, 2018

Stephen was a wonderful bartender and a gracious host. The breakfast was the best Irish breakfast during our 10 day Ireland trip. Their Irish Wolfhounds stole our hearts. The rooms were adorable and comfortable. This was easily the best part of our holiday. Thank you Milltown House. We will be back.

Stayed: March 2018, travelled with friends
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Reviewed April 3, 2018

My fiancé and I stayed at Milltown House - we loved it so much that we extended our stay an extra night. The staff was so accommodating and helpful, and the rooms were lovely. We look forward to returning!

  • Stayed: March 2018, travelled as a couple
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Thank kathrynmacura
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Reviewed April 2, 2018 via mobile

We really loved this place . Firstly the dogs ! How wonderful to be greeted by these two gentle giants ! The dogs are not near you while you are eating for those who might be concerned and they and the house are very clean .
Lovely friendly staff . Great views and some comfy chairs in peaceful corners to read . Have already booked our return .

Stayed: April 2018, travelled as a couple
Thank Marian9876
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Reviewed March 30, 2018 via mobile

We spent a very pleasant couple of nights here at Milltown House recently. Our room faced the bay and was very spacious with a large, comfortable bed and seating area. Breakfast in the conservatory was first-class & the two Irish wolfhounds who obviously actually run the place () are an absolute delight!

Stayed: March 2018
Thank Col777
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