I’ve fallen hopelessly in love with the Dingle Film Festival, the people, and the town. As someone who came from so far, I immediately felt at home.
I blame you! These events acquire their own personality and clearly your excitement, curiosity, warmth and artistic sense fuels this festival’s persona.
Daphne Pollon, Writer (Murphy Brown)

Dingle Bay Hotel
00 353 66 9151231

Strand Street, Dingle
066 9151660
“great food, wide selection of beers including Irish craft and live music nightly”

An Riasc 4 Star Country Home
Tel: + 353 66 9155446
Email: denise.begley@anriasc.ie
Website: www.anriasc.ie
Facebook: An Riasc B&B****

An Riasc/Special offer;  included complimentary tickets to the Phoenix as part of the package.

The Half Door
00 353 (0) 66 9151600

Harringtons Restaurant & Snack Bar
specialising in Fish & Chips
Strand Street
066 9151985/9152496

The Global Village
00 353 (0)66 9152325

John Benny’s Pub
00 353 (0) 9151215

I wish to state my ongoing support for the Dingle Film Festival. It has gone from strength to strength over the last few years and is of paramount importance to the local community and economy.

As a restaurant owner I have been involved for 40 years marketing the Dingle Peninsula nationally and internationally and I really know the importance of P.R. The Dingle Film Festival has successfully attracted a galaxy of stars over the recent years and the media exposure across the world has impressed the local community and especially the business sector. “

John Moriarty Lord Bakers

Lord Bakers’
066 9151277

The Goat Street Bistro
Upper Main Street, Dingle, Co. Kerry
(066) 915 2770 Laurence on 087 2640613

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