About this listing
An apartment in the heart of Dingle, a few minutes walk to the sea. It has one double bedroom, one single bedroom. The living room and full kitchen are combined. It is a quiet space with free wifi, no TV and invites you to rest and BE.
Besides the two separate bedrooms there is also a sofa bed in the living room.But as the Flat is small I'd like to usually rent it to two people only.
There is a dehumidifier in the flat as well as electric heaters for cooler weather.
The Flat has a separate entrance and no amenities have to be shared. At times the garden of the Meditation Centre can be used.
Interaction with Guests
I like to know my guests, but I would usually not have much interaction. I would usually be available for advice and support if necessary.
The neighborhood is generally quiet and peaceful. The Flat faces the back of John Street.
Getting around by foot is best in Dingle, but to explore the western part of the Peninsula you'll need a car or rent a bycicle in town.
Other Things to Note
There's a new beautiful Gym right beside the Little Flat. Private parking is available beside the Flat.
I'm open to give a special rate for those who travel alone and stay by themselves in the flat.
I expect guests to be respectful and take care of the Little Flat. As it is at times used for people who come here to meditate it has a special energy which I like to be maintained. Smoking is not allowed, but there is outside space for it. A small dog might be allowed at times, but there are several cats in the neighborhood, so it would have to be supervised at all times.
About the Host, Eva
I'm Swiss, living in Ireland since 2003. I'm running a little meditation center, teaching mindfulness meditation and stress reduction. I'm using the Annex for people to stay when they come on retreats, but as it is often not used and a lovely, simple space in the heart of Dingle, I'd like to offer it for those who come to visit this special area and who want a quiet space in town. The annex does not lend it self for partying, but rather for resting after a day out on one of the festivals or after hiking or exploring the area in other ways.I myself am hiking with the Dingle Hill Walking Club - visitors are welcome on our Sunday walks. I swim inside and when I'm really up for it also in the sea. I'm busy teaching and love my work. If you want to drop in to a meditation session, you are welcome to do so.