• Glins South, Dingle

    Glins South, Dingle

  • No.5 Cois Farraige, Muirioch

    No.5 Cois Farraige, Muirioch

  • No. 32 Cois Chnoic, Dingle

    No. 32 Cois Chnoic, Dingle

  • 13 Gort a Lin, John Street, Dingle

    13 Gort a Lin, John Street, Dingle

  • Maum na Gaoithe, Ventry

    Maum na Gaoithe, Ventry


About Us

“I feel the reason for success in any business is being honest with people… tell it as it is.” says John, who offers a One Stop Shop in Green Street.

Office Hours

Monday to Friday


John “Diony” O’Connor Started his auctioneering business in 1988, after several years working with Irish Life Insurance plc. The business went from strength to strength and in 1994 he opened his own purpose-built office in Green Street, Dingle.

Services available include:

  • Auctioneering and valuing.
  • Pension Products
  • Insurance – House & Life.
  • New….Association with Murphy & Sheehy Insurances Ltd. for Commercial Insurance Services
    (e.g. Guesthouses, Pubs, Shops etc.)

What our clients say about us

The Dingle Peninsula

The Dingle Peninsula (Corca Dhuibhne) culminates in the Irish mainland’s westernmost point. In the shadow of sacred Mt Brandon, a maze of fuchsia-fringed boreens (country lanes) weaves together an ancient landscape of prehistoric ring forts and beehive huts, early Christian chapels, crosses and holy wells, picturesque hamlets and abandoned villages.

But it’s where the land meets the ocean – whether in a welter of wave-pounded rocks, or where the surf laps secluded, sandy coves – that Dingle’s beauty truly reveals itself.

Centred on charming Dingle town, the peninsula has long been a beacon for those of an alternative bent, attracting artists, craftspeople, musicians and idiosyncratic characters who can be found in workshops, museums, festivals and unforgettable trad sessions throughout Dingle’s tiny settlements.


Photography provided by Noel O Neill see more of his works on the link below


Guides and Tips