based on 13 reviews
Mark (Canada)
Special Place

Special place to stay at the tip of the Dingle Peninsula with nicely appointed rooms and warm hosts. Highly recommend the beer and the cat! Some nice finds were the Star Wars sunset walk through a farmer's field to some beautiful cliffs and one of the two beehive spots where you can hold a baby lamb - great chat with the owner too!

Young couple  |  Room 3  |  stayed in 5/2019

Lavina (England)
The place to stay

This is THE place to stay on the Dingle Peninsula. A delicious microbrewery on the Slea Head Drive, with beautiful spacious rooms, great lounge and kitchen and lovely hot showers. Stay Friday night - the community spirit and music is worth it!

Mature couple  |  Room 3  |  stayed in 5/2019

Freddie (Ireland)
Awesome location

Awesome location. Isolated yet close to Dunquin and Dingle. Two of my favourite places in Kerry. Live local music on Friday nights. Traditional music sang in Irish by both locals and musicians. Unique stay at a wonderful place. Definitely worth a visit. Try the entry level beer, its awesome. Brewed on site.

Young couple  |  Room 1  |  stayed in 5/2019

Margaux (France)
Lovely House

Adrienne's house is lovely and benefits of a fantastic view and garden! This is the perfect place if you're looking for calm and serenity. The communication has been very easy and we had a funny moment in her pub. Thanks Adrienne! Adrienne's house is lovely and benefits of a fantastic view and garden! This is the perfect place if you're looking for calm and serenity. The communication has been very easy and we had a funny moment in her pub. Thanks Adrienne!

Family with older children  |  Brewers Lodge  |  stayed in 5/2019

Emma (Ireland)
Toasty and Warm

We all loved this place and felt very at home. It was was toasty warm, clean and in a great location. The beds were very comfortable so we all slept like logs. We had a lovely evenings walk on fantastic beach a few minutes walk away. So close to so many wonderful historic sights and of course amazing scenery. We will be back to sample some of Adrienne’s cooking ( we stayed a little bit early in the season to have food) in the pub which also sells their craft beers. Great base to explore the beautiful west of Ireland.

Not specified  |  Room 1  |  stayed in 5/2019

Roisin (Ireland)
The bees knees

Tig Bhric is the bees knees. We took in the local history and lore, ate amazing food nearby and climbed mt Brandon. Very talented musicians on Friday night. My partner could not get enough of the stout and I was so thrilled that they had my favorite green spot whisky. The staff are very friendly as well as the cats x It's so handy, most especially with the kitchen. Thanks so much!

Young couple  |  Room 4  |  stayed in 5/2019

Matt Flynn (Oklahoma & California, USA)
Everything You Can Ask of Dingle

I stayed in the Brewer's Lodge with my fiancee and my brother and sister-in-law for two nights. The lodge is attached to the brew pub, which is a beautiful building. The view from the master bedroom was magnificent--a pastoral vista one might see if they close their eyes and imagine Ireland. The kitchen was equipped sufficiently to cook most of our meals, but the brew pub food and brew selections were also on point. Adrienne is a skilled brewer and self-proclaimed foodie, and it showed in the creative and locally-sourced menu selections. We had vegans among us and the brew pub was able to accommodate them well. Wine Strand and the little cove beach near it made for a perfect afternoon of swimming and lounging on a sunny day. Only 10-15 min to Dingle Town and right on Slea Head Drive. Tig Bhric is a no-brainer if you're visiting Dingle.

Group  |  Brewers Lodge  |  stayed in 5/2019

Robert Whitsitt (Switzerland)
Dissapointed in General

Unfortunately stayed here two nights. The owner was always in a hurry and quite unfriendly to be honest when we asked simple questions.. Room was small and the bed was from the stone age. The only good thing about this place was the beer...and the barman and Chief Brewer, John who was always helpful and friendly, unfortunately the bar closed everynight at 8:00.. Ok for a beer when passing through but definately would not recommend staying here. A shame really as this was not what we expected from the Irish hospitality...

Hello again Robert, it is very unfortunate this was your impression. I replied also to your review on google which I hope you had time to read. Many thanks for taking the time and effort to submit your suggestions here as well. There are a few in inaccuracies in your comments but over all I can see you just did not like either me or my home. Never the less your thoughts are noted. Take Care Adrienne

replied by the owner (5/6/2019 10:04:24 AM)

Mature couple  |  Room 4  |  stayed in 1/2019

Aidan Fingleton
Best music venue in West Kerry!

It is my favorite pub venue in West Kerry for me to perform music in front of customers! Plus, I am their piano tuner!

Other  |  Room 1  |  stayed in 10/2017

Relaxed and informal stay at the brewery

Beautiful location and comfortable rooms with views. The bar was quiet and cosy with amazing beers made on site including elderflower, rosehip varieties. We were left to ourselves with no rush in the mornings with breakfast left for us to cook. The shared kitchen and living room made our stay a home from home. We will definitely return...

Not specified  |  Room 1  |  stayed in 8/2017

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