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Gorman's Clifftop House - At A Glance
- At a Glance
- Our Review
Hospitable haven on Ireland's wild Dingle Peninsula
Getting lost is part of the fun of getting to Gorman's Clifftop House – especially since the road signs are predominantly in Gaelic here on Ireland's scenic Dingle peninsula, by the sea.
Know It All
Hit the Spot
On the tip of the Dingle peninsula (Corca Dhuibhne), within sight of crashing waves.
Wind, sun or storms, you're next to nature here.
Sea and sky on Europe's western tip.
Eat & Drink
Gorman's welcoming bistro-style restaurant is done out in shades of terracotta and midnight blue, set off by a stripped pine floor. Floor to ceiling windows framing wide-open views of the Atlantic and the rocky peaks of the Three Sisters could almost distract you from your food here – if it wasn't so tasty. Go Irish, and start with traditional potato cakes served with Annascaul black pudding and a bacon and mushroom sauce, followed perhaps by grilled scallops with toasted hazelnuts, coriander butter and carrot fritters and polished off with scrummy Chocolate Nemesis.
Buffet breakfast featuring a daily changing menu is served until 10am.
Available morning and evening.
See & DoSee & Do
Driving around the Slea Head Peninsula is a must to take in the region's dramatic cliffs, seascapes and rugged terrain. You're on the Dingle Way, so get your walking boots on or pick up a cycle – Gorman's rents out bikes. Dingle itself is well worth exploring, and you can go rock fishing or take a boat ride to the nearby Blasket Islands – as well as join the tourists in search of Fungi, the resident Dingle Bay dolphin. The town also has an aquarium with a shark tank. There are a wealth of Bronze age relics around, especially in the Loch A'Dúin Valley, on the northern side of the Conor Pass.
Watch Dingle Bay come alive with yacht races and a regatta.
Take in some Irish films and new movie releases at the film festival.
Closed January – February
Minimum night stay?
Welcome, but not in the restaurant after 8pm
Glaise Bheag, Ballydavid, Dingle Peninsula, Co. Kerry
There is free guest parking.
Tralee station – 65 km
Around EUR 100 from the airport
Kerry – 72 km