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John Benny Moriarty, Dingle, Co. Kerry


Strand Street
Dingle
Co. Kerry

Web: www.johnbennyspub.com
Email: johnbennyspub@gmail.com
Tel: +353 (0) 66 9151215
Fax: +353 (0) 66 9152614
Proprietor: John Benny Moriarty

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About Us

John Benny Moriartys is an Award Winning Pub in the marvellous town of Dingle. We serve high quality food daily all through the year and provide great Irish Traditional Music  nightly in the summer season and 3 nights a week in winter. You will find us right across from the tourist office. Upstairs we have the Harbour Room, a perfect and private function room for your meeting, party or occasion.

We are very proud of our wonderful staff who will greet and serve you drinks and food. Service is excellent, with visitors and locals returning again and again. Your hard working host , John Benny Moriarty is a fountain of local knowledge and a mighty accordion player as well! His wife, Éilís is a world travelled singer and musician.

Local Attractions

Eco-tours of the harbour and surroundings, Fungie the Dingle Dolphin, marvellous shops, breathtaking scenery and hikes, archaelogical tours, climbing wall and activity centre, sailing, diving, angling, aquarium

Visit website: www.johnbennyspub.com

Whats on Offer:

  • Food
  • Live Music
  • Parties Catered For
  • Restaurant

Facilities:

  • Accommodation
  • Beer Garden
  • Coach Tours
  • Family Friendly
  • Family Run
  • Function Room
  • Open Fire
  • Smoking Area

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"A nice place to stop and rest."

Travelled down from Dublin for a relaxing break and stopped in John Benny's for food and drink. Excellent food, excellent service during a very busy lunch time. Will definitely drop in again when passing, I may even go out of my way just to pay another visit.

 
Review published 28 April 2009
Posted by: DC in Dublin.

 
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