Here is a list of common questions. If you do not find an answer please do not hesitate to ask Rio.
Questions about Pax House
We do have car parking off the road.
We have wifi available for all our guests in our lounge area.
We have Molly the cat and Me, Rio the dog, Molly was an unwanted cat that we took in last year, her friend Ginger joined her but he likes the outside life so never comes in but Molly well she spends all day sleeping. Outside there is also Lazarus and Braveheart the two hens, Lazarus is the grey one and Braveheart is the red one. They both lay eggs but even when they get a little older and stop laying they will be well looked after and will have many more happy years.
First of all it is a room rate based on two guests staying, and therefore it is not per person. It includes our award winning breakfast, government tax, homemade biscuits and tea served on arrival. For a single occupancy there is a reduction of 15% from the rates mentioned.
All of our bedrooms have hairdryers
We are on top of the hill with the best possible view in Dingle, just one km taking about 1 minute driving or 12 minutes walking down, it will be a little longer getting back up about 15 minutes.
We have a wine list with a number of wines available as two wines sold by the glass. We also have a cheese plate and sandwiches on our lounge menu.
Easy, Just let us know when your bus is arriving into Dingle and we will organize transport up to Pax House.
If I do not have a sea view bedroom will I still be able to see the best view in Dingle from Pax House.
Having the best views in all of Dingle, whether you have a sea view bedroom or a non sea view bedroom, have no worries as the lounge, breakfast room and outside patio have the views to behold.
All our classic bedrooms both non sea view and sea view would have king beds, as do our spacious sea view bedrooms with patio.
Is there a place to sit outside and enjoy the views without having the sea view bedrooms with their terrace.
We have a patio outside our lounge with luxury seating where you can relax over a glass of wine from our wine list and enjoy 180 degrees views.
We have six recent renovated double or twin bedrooms all on the ground floor, the bathroom would have a walk shower. These bedrooms are on the same level as the breakfast room, lounge and outside patio.
We have plenty of choice for guests that would like a gluten free breakfast menu, gluten free bread and oatmeal would be just two of the items available.
Questions about Dingle
Yes, there is one on Green St.
If we do not wish to drive around the Slea Head Route, (Dingle Peninsula) is there someone that will drive us around.
There would be a number of drivers that do a great trip around the coastline, some can be taken for a two hour period while other can be individually planned so suit your wishes.
There is a great laundry in town, normally if you leave your items with them in the morning, they will normally have it ready for collection in the afternoon. They are closed on Sundays and Bank Holiday Mondays.
There is always Irish traditional music in Dingle, every day of the year except for the two days of the year where the bars are closed, Good Friday and Christmas Day.
If you wish to eat in a certain restaurant at a certain time, then yes I would reserved a table before arriving, but normally one of the team can ring around in the afternoon and try to get you a table reserved in one of the restaurants.
There are two places where bikes can be hired and it would be around 10 euro per day rental.
Should you wish to get a taxi, no problem there are a number of taxi cabs in town.
There are at least four car parks in Dingle, so you will have no trouble getting a place to park the car, please do not park on a white line as you may get a ticket.
Questions about Ireland
There are a number of Bank Holiday in Ireland.
New Year’s Day 1st January, Saint Patrick’s Day, Easter Monday, First Monday in May, June and August. Last Monday in October. Saint Stephen’s Day, 26th December. Most businesses and schools are closed, other services for example Transport still operate but often with restricted schedules.