| 5 minute walk to Ballyferriter village:|
Free Parking: Out door seating:
T.V. in all rooms
Extensive Breakfast Menu
Situated on the renowned Slea Head drive, An Spéice is a family run Bed & Breakfast, located within a five minute walk to Ballyferriter village and surrounded by mountain and sea views.|
It's an ideal location for your holiday on the Dingle Peninsula – be it for leisure, activity, or Irish language course holiday, An Spéice has it all on it's doorstep.
An Spéice is a family run Bed and Breakfast, and a warm welcome will await you with tea or coffee and home baking on arrival. The tastefully decorated bedrooms are all en-suite with TV and Hairdryers, with Tea/Coffee making facilities available in the Guest Lounge. Enjoy your breakfast from the extensive menu while overlooking Smerwick Harbour, Béal Bán beach and the three sister mountains.
|Situated on the “Dingle Way” and many walking routes, An Spéice also acts as a perfect haven and stop for those on walking holidays. Alice is always happy to provide information on the many archaeological sites that you will encounter on your route, point you in the direction of recommended restaurants, provide a packed lunch, offer to dry your clothes and boots and even transfer your luggage to your next accommodation.|
"We often hear from walkers how fabulous Alice and John at An Speice are.
We know that they always do everything they can to help and to make the walkers on our Dingle Way Tours feel at home.
Ireland's reputation for hospitality is built on people such as Alice and John and it is our pleasure to work with such lovely B&B owners."
James Byrne, Owner, Hillwalk Ireland - January 2013
“We arrived late at night, cold and tired and a little wet, and Alice right away had us settled in and brought us tea and cookies in the cozy library where we snuggled in and warmed up before turning in”
|“When we returned at the end of the night, Alice had warmed our beds for us! It was the highlight of all our B & B overnight stays on this trip, especially after being caught out in the cold Irish rain for a short bit.”
Rachel, Dublin May 2012
|“Because of Alice, it’s a wonderland” – Rosalie & Johannes, Germany.|