About this listing
Stay in an private en-suite bedroom with views of the garden and valley below Glens. Full breakfast in the Sun room. Walk the farm in the morning with Seamus. You may get to help with the lambing!
We require a minimum two nights booking. Thanks
Stay at a sheep farm in Ireland. We require a minimum two nights stay.
Please note. Pregnant women are not advised to be in close contact with new born lambs.
Private en suite bedroom on location of a working sheep farm house 3 miles west of popular tourist town Dingle, Co. Kerry Ireland. We are on the southwest coast of Ireland 15 min. to strands and coastal views.
We recommend a minimum of two night stay in Glen South, because there is so much to see and do around the Dingle area. There is shopping, dinning and ceol and craic in the pubs in town. Slea Head drive is at our front door, which is arguably one of the most scenic drives in Ireland. Dingle offers boat trips and kayaking in the harbor, miles of hiking,and horseback riding,
Walks? Sights? We know the area, and are only too happy to share our local knowledge with you. Guided hikes in the mountains are available, at a small fee.
Want to birth a lamb, or shear a sheep the old fashion way? We could offer you that experience too depending on the season!
Free WiFi (not good reception in the bedroom but fine in the sitting room), Full Irish Breakfast with Free Range Eggs, Kennedy butcher's sausages, Irish rashers, fried mushrooms. Breakfast served by 8:30 am.
We also provide bikes for our guests at a small daily fee. Many people like to tour Slea Head Drive on cycles. Price includes, double bed,: breakfast, Broadband, TV in the Bedroom (limited to 4 Irish channels.)
Come stay in Glens South, Dingle and make some new friends.
En-suite bedroom. Sun room where breakfast is served. Kitchen, so you can make a cup of tea as you please.
Interaction with Guests
Farm walks with Seamus. Advice on local attractions.
There is a lot to do in Dingle. Every weekend during the summer months there are various art, music and cultural festivals, plus runs and marathons. There are hill walks, beaches, and great night life.
We recommend you have a car. We are three and a half miles from Dingle town.
Other Things to Note
March through June is lambing season. You are welcome to participate in the farming as much as you like.
Check in before 8pm.
Breakfast served between 7:30 and 9am.
Please turn off power to shower and bathroom fan, when finished. Nothing but toilet paper down the toilet please. We have a bio-treatment plant.
No storing food in our frig, and no eating in room.
No laundry. There is laundry service available in town.
We have to charge extra if you want to make phone calls from our land line.
Breakfast served at least by 8:30am please.
Check out by noon please.
Beautiful room and bathroom and one of the best breakfasts we have had while on holiday - we didn't spend a great deal of time here as we were busy exploring the beautiful Dingle area.
We met up with Jan at a music session she hosts in a courtyard in Dingle. We decided to stay and explore the town rather than follow her back to the B&B. We ended up staying until darkness fell, but followed her GPS coordinates to find the B&B. However, the Garmin GPS we had only goes to 4 decimal places, and the coordinates she gave went to 5 places, and rounding didn't quite work! We ended up pulling into a farmhouse which was clearly not hers. Then we drove past another one before finally catching sight of her gabled roof (thank goodness for the long days in June!) Might be an idea to mention it's the 3rd house along the road, and is the only one on the right.
We found Janet to be a most interesting host and we talked about music a lot! She sang some while we were there, accompanying herself on guitar and playing harmonica.
She took us to feed her orphaned lambs and we met one of her dogs. Felt right at home there!
She also gave us good travel advice and we were able to use the internet with no problems - despite the rural setting.
We didn't spend much time with Seamus but he was also very pleasant and always had a smile for us.
We had a great time. It was really easy finding the place and everything was as expected or better. We were able to feed the new lambs which was awesome and the drive to town was really quick. It was a great experience and I would recommend it to anybody.
Staying with Jan and Seamus was quite the treat for 2 city folks. We really enjoyed the special attention they both gave us in learning how their farm with the sheep was run...special treat was feeding a couple of the lambs. Jan put on quite the feast..she is quite the host and did a great job playing her guitar...wonderful experience, comfy room and wonderful city
What a wonderful time we had!!
Janet and Seamus are fantastic hosts and our time with them was just wonderful. It was a real joy to stay in such a clean and wonderful family environment. The drive around Slea Head was so much better than the Ring of Kerry. Thank you so much Janet, Seamus (and of course Patrick).
The property was just as listed and the area was quiet. A great place to relax.
Seamus and Jan gave us a very special stay in Dingle. They welcomed my wife and me on the farm with warm, open arms and gave us a unique view of what it's like to live on the Emerald Isle. Jan is both an amazing cook and musician and made sure we had frequent examples of both talents. Seamus gave us long walks through the countryside; showing us fairy rings, ruins and some of the tricks of his trade. Together they treated us to some of Dingle that we wouldn't have otherwise found ourselves.
I could fill ten reviews with praise of these two and their wonderful home but for brevity I will say this one, last thing. For a few days, we truly felt like Dingle was our home, and Jan and Seamus were our family. After traveling a bit more around Ireland, I can confidently say that only the first of those two things has changed. We look forward to our next stay in Dingle!
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About the Host, Janet And Seamus
Husband and wife living on the southwestern coast of Ireland. Working sheep farmers. Husband - born in Dingle. Wife, also professional artist and musician, born in Kansas City, Missouri.