Came across an information flyer for these cottages in our Hotel in Killarney and decided to pay a visit during our trip to Dingle. The cottages are located about 15 drive from Dingle along the ‘Slea Head Drive’ with good road signage. There is ample parking at the cottages. The admission fee of €10 for 2 adults and 2 kids (13 and 11) was good value. The cottages are located at the top of a steep and winding incline, which may not be suitable for elderly or visitors with poor mobility, but given the unique nature of the cottages this can’t be helped. On a plus side to this climb, the views from the cottages across the peninsula is breathtaking.The visit itself to the cottages were quiet an eerie experience but at same time one I was glad to experience. The displays in the cottages were very informative of how hard life would’ve been during the famine. It really makes you appreciate the times we live in. Well worth a visit, if your in this beautiful part of the country.
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