Ballintaggart House is located at the entrance to Dingle Town nestled at the foot of Cnoc Maol Beag with sweeping views of Dingle Bay and Sceilig Mór in the distance.
Dingle, once cited the most beautiful place on earth by the National Geographic is the largest town on the Dingle Peninsula. The Dingle Peninsula or Corca Dhuibhne stretches 30 miles into the Atlantic Ocean from Ireland’s south-west coast. The peninsula is dominated by the range of mountains that form its spine, running from the Sliabh Mish range to Mount Brandon, Ireland’s second highest peak. The coastline consists of steep sea-cliffs, broken by sandy beaches with a cluster of Islands known as The Blaskets less than a mile in the distance.
The Dingle peninsula has something to offer to everyone. From sandy beaches safe for swimming, walking routes for all abilities, a thriving Irish language community, a rich musical tradition, fine dining and food festivals, sea angling, arts and film festivals, talented craftspeople and some of the best surfing in Ireland.
John and Clodagh,Thank you for planning our perfect elopement, we had the day of our dreams, the house was enchanting and perfect for us, thank you for witnessing our nuptials - you will always be so special to us.As the Irish say, Grá Mór,
Le Gra, Fiona and Andrew. x
John, Clodagh, Ian and all the staff at Ballintaggart House,We cannot thank you enough for helping us have the most amazing weekend in Dingle for our wedding.We have had nothing but the highest praise from our guests lots telling us that it was the best venue they have ever been to and don't get us started on the amazing food.Your warm welcome and kindness really ...
Norette, Daryl and Elmo x
Dear John and Clodagh,This time last year we were celebrating our amazing wedding day and the best memories were made. We really had the time of our lives and couldn't have asked for better! Ballintaggart will always be so special to us and our families.Best Wishes,
Adriana and Jack xx
John, Clodagh, Ian and Charlotte.Thank you for hosting our amazing day. Our family and friends felt so comfortable in your home after travelling from Canada to celebrate our day. A true home from home.Thank you Clodagh for planning each detail so impeccably and thank you John for putting up with us and for your attention to detail.Ian and Charlotte thank you for the amazing food ...
Mary and Dan x
To our new friends at Ballintaggart,From the bottom of our hearts Thank You for the most amazing day, we knew from our first phone call that you guys were going to go to extra lengths to make our day special and planning from abroad could not have been more pleasurable. Thank you Clodagh for co ordinating all our needs and planning our day for us. ...
Patrick and Nuala Walsh
To John, Clodagh and all at Ballintaggart.Thank you so much for all your help in planning and support during our wonderful wedding day.Everyone enjoyed it and people all over London and Ireland are wondering when we’re planning the reunion in Dingle.
Love, John and Em
John, Clodagh and the Crew.A massive Thank You for everything you did for us on our wedding day, not to mention everything before and after that.Our wedding at Ballintaggart exceeded everything and our best expectations - it really was wonderful. You met our every need and want with a smile and were always a pleasure.The food, service, tables, flowers, venue, our pals the dogs, bar, ...
Brian and I wanted to Thank You so very much for making our wedding so incredible. We had a wonderful time and are grateful to have met you.The Kessers
Mick and Karen xxx
To all at Ballintaggart HouseA short note of gratitude for all your wonderful work and careful attention to detail that helped us make our wedding day so special. It was everything we could possibly have wished it to be.With a million thanks and best wishes,
Lynda and Arthur
Proud parents of the bride John, Clodagh and Staff. Words will never really express our thanks to you all for the most memorable weekend of our lives. You were really part of our family for the celebrations and we are lucky to be leaving with new friends. We will never forget your kindness.