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Copyright: Margaret Holderied 2011
Breakfast menu

In the morning enjoy your breakfast at your leisure overlooking the harbour.

Breakfast is usually served between 08.30 and 10.00 but if you would prefer to eat earlier or slightly later please let us know in the evening.


Orange juice, cereal (Corn Flakes, Bran Flakes or Muesli), freshly brewed tea or ground coffee in a French press pot, brown soda bread, fruit loaf and toast plus your choice from our extensive breakfast menu of one of the following:-

 a  full Irish breakfast
fried free range egg, 2 rashers of back bacon, 2 sausages, white pudding, grilled tomato,
or, for the smaller appetite, a mini Irish breakfast of 1 back bacon rasher , 1 sausage and 1free range egg with tomatoe and 1 pudding,

eggs (2) fried or scrambled and bacon,

 scrambled eggs (3) with tomato on toast,


baked beans on toast,

boiled eggs and toast

 or a cold option of ham, cheese and yoghurt

or one of our latest additions:

granola, Greek style yoghurt and fruit;

eggs Benedict (two poached eggs on ham served
on top of a warm muffin and coated in Hollandaise sauce);

Irish oatmeal served with Irish Cream Liqueur or banana rings and local honey;

guaranteed to keep hunger at bay until well into the afternoon.

If you have any special dietery requirements. please let us know on arrival and we will do our utmost to accommodate you



Contact details.  
  The Wood, Dingle, Co. Kerry
Tel: 353 66 9151469
Mobile: 353 86 8652309
The Last Cottage  
  The Last Cottage in Dingle is located at the water's edge in a beautiful fishing town in the south west of Ireland.  
Dingle Town  
  Dingle is the jewel on Ireland's Atlantic Coast, where the spirituality of land and seascape defies description  
Eating in Dingle  
  Dingle's many world renowned restaurants offer unrivaled cuisine with abundant fresh seafood.  
Pubs and Music  
  Over 50 pubs are authentic in music and "craic".  
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