Explore Our Wonderful Peninsula

  • Beautiful Beaches within a 10 minute Walk
  • Local children's playground (on the way to the beach)
  • Easy Transport links via Bus to Tralee and Dingle.
  • Sandy Feet Farm
West Kerry Trekking
The stables are just a five minute drive from our site. Experience the best views on horseback as you gently trek along the Dingle way.
Suitable for all abilities.
Call on 087 7831491 to book.
WKT are also on Facebook and Instagram.
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The perfect base for exploring. Camp is a small village at the foot of the Slieve Mish Mountains nestled on the Dingle Peninsula on the Wild Atlantic Way.
The perfect base location to explore the Dingle Peninsula just a short drive from these must visit locations:
  • Tralee - 15 Mins 
  • Castlegregory - 15 Mins
  • Inch - 15 Mins
  • Annascaul - 15 Mins
  • Brandon & Cloghane 30 mins
  • Dingle - 30 Mins
  • Slea Head Drive - 40 mins
  • Killarney - 45 mins
Public bus service available between Tralee & Dingle. Please click on the following link for further information: https://bustimes.org/services/275-dingle-tralee-bus-station
We went to Dingle this summer and explored some of the most exciting travelling paths I have seen in my entire life.
- Björn Lodbrok
  • Coach Field is on the “most beautiful place on earth”, the Dingle Peninsula. Tralee is only 10 miles to the east and Dingle Town only 20 miles to the west.
  • Our pods are purpose built (2017) and have all you could ever wish for including lots of inspiration for toastiness, electricity and get this…. FREE WIFI. Camping with wifi, how very posh!! And with free Wifi you have the added bonus of showing off your amazing snaps to all your friends on Instagram.
  • We are on The Dingle Way and The Kerry Camino, aka Walker’s paradise.
  • We can provide you with bedding kits and breakfast hampers, so really all you need to do is bring yourself.
  • We are family friendly with pods designed specifically for families and groups.
  • We are located bang on the Wild Atlantic Way.
  • Lots and lots of beaches.
  • And if you want to ‘live it up’ Ashe’s Pub and Restaurant is right next door.
Recommended Activities For Glamping Guests
  • Beach – 10 minute walk or 5 minute drive – playground on the way
  • Local Walk – Visit the stepping stones on the river Finglas – At main exit turn right - walk up road for approx. 1km and turn left on to Dingle Way walk – 500m down the lane you will find the stepping stones.
  • Killelton Medieval Church - keep walking east along the Dingle way until you come to Killelton Church which is a medieval church. The structure date back to the ninth century AD. Allow one hour each way.
  • Sandy Feet Pet Farm – 7 minute drive – 15 minute walk – visit a beautiful farm setting with the most adorable rare pets to greet you.
  • Inch Beach - 20 minute drive – take the scenic route over Bóthar na gCloch – at exit turn right and keep going uphill until you come down the other side – the scenery is spectacular. Swimming, surfing and wild walks.
  • Annascaul Village – 20 minute drive - Visit Annascaul lake and the home of the famous explorer Tom Crean – The South pole Inn.
  • Gleantenassig Woods and Lakes – 15 minute drive – loop walks – boardwalk around upper lake - picnic areas.
  • Castlegregory and Maharees – 10 minute drive – watersports – surfing and scuba diving – horse trekking.
  • Stradbally & Fermoyle Beach – 20 minute drive – experience a wild open beach – ideal for surfing enthusiasts or a good invigorating walk!
  • Brandon & Cloghane – 30 minute drive – Visit beautiful Cloghane Village and Brandon Bay – drive all the way to the edge of the earth which is the spectacular Brandon point.
  • Dingle and Slea Head – 35+ minute drive – take the scenic route over Conor Pass and stop off to visit Pedlars lake on the way. Drive out past Dingle to do the Slea Head Drive – make a few stops as the scenery is outstanding – look out for An Fear Marbh, The Three Sisters and the Blasket Centre. The amazing Ventry beach is also on the route.
  • The Great Blasket Island – The boat trip to the blasket is out of this world. Experience the remote beauty of Peig Sayers home – walk along the white strand and say hello to all the seals. A truly unforgettable experience.
  • Dingle Town – 35 minute drive - Take a boat trip around Dingle Bay to see beautiful dolpins, whales and other wild sea life. Take a walk around town and savour the local food and crafts.
  • Blennerville Windmill Centre – 12 minute drive – A world famous landmark – enjoy the tour of the mill and exhibition centre.
  • Tralee Town – 15 minute drive – great shopping – The Aqua Dome – Tralee Bay Wetlands centre – Cinema Tralee Omniplex – Ashe Museum – Tralee Town Park – visit the beautiful Rose gardens - Ballyseedy Woods – great walks!
  • Manor West Shopping Centre – Tralee–20 minute drive - lots of shops - bowling alley - Bowling Buddies
So Much To Do – So Many Places To Explore – Don't Waste A Minute…
Dingle has had its fair share of famous visitors, Julia Roberts, Dolly Parton, the crew from Star Wars but none as famous as Fungi the Dolphin. Fungi arrived in Dingle Bay in 1983 and this friendly chap has entertained locals and visitors alike since. Don’t leave the Dingle area without visiting some of the 200 archaeological sites on the Dingle Peninsula. Make a visit to Dun Beag Fort, Gallarus Oratory, Gallarus Castle, Reask Monastic Site and Kilmalkedar Church. Make sure to ask your host Tommy for maps and tips.
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