About This Listing
A lovely large twin-room with an ensuite bath & shower. 'KingCoil' single beds. Ultra-comfy. Ensuite with shower & bath.
Milltown House is Dingles landmark Guesthouse. Hollywood star Robert Mitchum lived (and entertained!) in it for a year in 1969.
The team at the Milhouse Guesthouse were excellent hosts. Very warm and friendly. Communication with Stephen was great. Although we didn't meet him, we felt very welcome in his clean and comfortable B&B. We had a brief one night stay as we were traveling across Ireland. I'd love to return and explore more of Dingle and the surrounding area. Simply gorgeous! I highly recommend The Milhouse Guesthouse.
We never actually got to meet Stephen but the staff was very nice and helpful. Breakfast was delicious! The only thing was that the pullout couch was not terribly comfortable. The king size bed was great, but we had originally requested a room with 2 beds and were given one with a pullout couch and a bed.
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About the Host, Stephen
Stephen is one of Irelands premier professional tour-guides, dividing his time between his favourite '3Ds' - Dingle, Derry & Donegal. He has worked for 15 years with his mentor and good friend, Rick Steves.
His business partner is Patrick Wade, an Irish-American pharma entrpreneur from Bakersfield, California.
Patrick and Stephen met on a budget backpacker trip round Ireland in 2004.
The lads now own the elegant Milltown House Dingle. This beauty has re-opened for business after a 5 year hibernation.
New owners - Patrick and Stephen are focused on lovingly restoring Milltown to its status as the landmark Guesthouse in Dingle and one of the premier Guesthouses in all of South-Western Ireland.
Milltown House is also available for private groups and family rentals throughout the year offering an entire-property rental of one of Dingles finest mansions with 10 luxury bedrooms, sleeping up to 25 people with full bar, kitchen and dining-room facilities in exclusive privacy amidst 2 acres of water-front lawns on Dingle Harbour.