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• Nearest Airport: Kerry at 50 Miles
• Nearest Train: Tralee at 40 Miles
• Nearest Motorway: Tralee at 40 Miles
• Nearest Beach: Clogher beach at 0.5 Miles
• Nearest Barpub: Ballyferriter/Dunquin at 3 Miles
• Nearest Golf: Ceann Sibeal 18 hole Golf links at 1.5 Miles
• Nearest Restaurant: Tig Aine / Murphys Ice Cream at 0.1 Miles
Driving distances to AIRPORTS
Dublin Airport: 232 miles (373 km) approx. 5 hour drive.
Shannon Airport: 120 miles (191 km) approx. 3 hour drive.
Cork Airport: 105 miles (170 km) approx. 3 hour drive.
Kerry Airport: 47 miles (75 km) approx. 1.5 hour drive.
Driving distances to DUNQUIN, BALLYFERRITER, and DINGLE
Dunquin: 2 miles (3 km) 3 minute drive
Ballyferriter: 3.5 miles (5.7 km) 6 minute drive
Dingle town: 10.5 miles (17 km) 20 minute drive
Map above is the entire route.
Map below is detail at Dingle Town.
You will arrive in Dingle Town, at point A above, via either N86 or R560/R559/Spa Road.
Go through the roundabout at point A and follow signs for Ballyferriter (Baile an Fheirtéaraigh) R559.
Drive past Garvey’s Market on your right (or stop there and get groceries).
Turn left onto Strand Street.
Continue on R559 along the harbour to a second roundabout at Milltown.
Take the first exit on the roundabout and drive over the bridge to continue on R559.
At the third junction, turn right to stay on R559 towards Ballyferriter.
Follow the signs for Ballyferriter (Baile an Fheirtéaraigh).
Continue on R559 through Ballyferriter.
Drive past Louis Mulcahy Pottery on your left
Tig Meaig is ½ mile south of Louis Mulcahy Pottery on right side of the road
Tig Meaig is 3.5 miles south of Ballyferriter on right side of the road.
Tig Meaig is 10.5 miles from Dingle Town
There is a 3-storey grey building across the way
(If you choose to take the Slea Head route, the cottage will be on your left.)
Map below shows cottage in relation to Louis Mulcahy Pottery
Photos of cottage as seen from the surrounding hills
This cottage is owned and operated by my husband and me, Alec and Philomena Úi Chonchúir (O’Connor). Our families have lived in this area for generations; we were born here and our first language was Irish (Gaelic). If you are looking for a truly Irish experience, that is exactly what we offer.
Our six children, who also speak Irish, have fled the nest and are doing for themselves. Two of our sons, Niall and Brian, run the award-winning restaurant, AN CANTEEN, located on Dykegate Lane in Dingle town. Another son, Declan, owns the sheep you see in the pastures around our cottages. All our children help us clean and maintain them (the cottages, not the sheep) and we are lucky to have them as they are exceptionally good at this.
Alec and I live a simple life at the base of Cruach Mhárthain very close to where our cottages are located. We enjoy sharing the incredible beauty of this land with others and hope you will give us the opportunity to be your hosts. You will not regret it!
We know that you have worked hard and saved your money to stay in one of our cottages, and we do our best to ensure that your visit is as pleasant and comfortable as possible. Many of our guests have been coming to us for years.