The farmhouse first constructed in the late 18th century with meter thick stone walls has been magnificently refurbished and enjoys all the mod cons of a modern present day house. The views are absolutely stunning and is located just off the famous Ring of Kerry road. The house is located on a slip road 1km off the main Ring of Kerry road and has msgnifecent sea views. …see more
There are a host of things to do and “must see” places to visit in the area.
These include; fishing, golfing, surfing, swimming, horse riding, and walking
Also dining in the local restaurants and traditional Irish music and dancing in the nearby villages.
We can organise guided tours of the Burren and the Aran Islands with boat trips from Doolin on request. …see more
Room in traditional cottage 6 miles from Feakle Music festival, hill walking, writing, music, photography, fishing and sight seeing all nearby. Breakfast supplied for one night stays and you are welcome to use the kitchen for self catering breakfast with evening meal. Meals can be supplied to those focusing on study, finishing assignments etc for extra cost to be arranged. …see more
Farmhouse located in the mountains on the South East coast of Ireland. Enjoy treking the trails of the Blackstairs Mountain range, whilst only a short drive to the coast and access to numerous of white sandy beaches. …see more
A lovingly restored 4 bedroom traditional Irish Farmhouse set in 4 acres of grounds with woods and Ilen river frontage for Salmon fishing. Ideal for two families sharing sleeping 9 with two bedrooms at each side of the property. Located near Skibbereen …see more
Newly renovated farmhouse, 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms. Self catering with modern kitchen. Solid wood stove, central heating. Enjoy rural activities, fishing, farming, cycling, walking, kayaking. Kid's camps, pamper packages, activity and craft classes by arrangement. Bed linen, towels and welcome package provided. Fishing equipment and bicycles available for hire. …see more
Dingle Peninsula on the main Slea Head route. Walking distance to Ventry beach. Irish speaking area, close to beehive huts, Dunbeg fort, horse riding, swimming, sea fishing angling, whale watching, 8km to Dingle town. This secluded house has a garden and patio area, There are 4 bedrooms, 3 double rooms (one en-suite) and one twin room with an extra camp bed and travel cot. …see more
Set in the stunning Dublin Mountains a unique, modern & luxurious farmhouse is the perfect place for exploring Dublin & Wicklow but far away from the busy world to go for a walk on the Wicklow way or enjoy a quiet pint of Guinness in Johnnie Foxes.
Check in time 2-5pm (unless by prior arrangement)
Check out time 11am
No smoking in the house
Ninorc is a 19th century farmhouse that has been faithfully restored and modernised to bring it up to 21st century standards. The house is on a working farm and your host Brian lives on this farm with his family. The house is 5 minutes drive from the town of Bantry. …see more
Stone built Kerry farmhouse in extremely private and elevated position overlooking Lough Currane (Waterville 3.5 miles). Stunning all round views of mountains, lake and the sea beyond at Ballinskelligs Bay. Immediate access to walking, fishing and lake swimming. …see more
Tigh Nell is a newly renovated, traditional style stone farmhouse situated in the peaceful surroundings of Hurley's Farm on the Dingle Peninsula. The house has a master bedroom, a twin room, upstairs bathroom, a very spacious living room and fully equipped kitchen. At the foot of Mount Brandon, on the Dingle Peninsula, Tigh Nell is the perfect Irish country getaway. …see more
Sea views. 1km to beach. Large peaceful comfortable renovated farmhouse, set on two acres. Five bedrooms. Private mature Gardens
10 minutes walk to beach, village with pubs and restaurants
Hook lighthouse, Tintern abbey, Famine ship. Whale watching. Fishing and golf. There are excellent restaurants in the location, and very good seafood is caught locally on a daily basis.
AA 5 Star self-catering in spacious restored stone barn. Rural setting with views of Loughcrew megalithic cairns. Total privacy but just 10 minutes walk from village of Oldcastle. sleeps 8, wheelchair accessible, Max AA rating of 5* - an hour from Dublin, owners onsite. 55 square metre open plan living space ideal for large groups - find us on facebook twitter @stayatglenboy …see more
This extremely private and spacious cottage is nestled down an old bothrin by a river. It has 2 large double bedrooms with en suite bathrooms and 2 double loft bedrooms. We have a 4 star rating from the Irish Tourist Board. Please ask us about traditional Irish dancing and music sessions. …see more
Traditionally renovated stone farmhouse, on quiet cul-de-sac road and enjoying fine sea views. Busy little fishing village of Baltimore 3 miles, offers sailing schools, seafood restaurants, pubs, deep sea fishing trips, ferry trips to Cape Clear Islands and Fastnet Rock …see more
With six bedrooms sleeping up to twelve people in ten separate beds, plus a cot for one infant, a kitchen table big enough to seat twelve, and a large garden, this is the perfect place for a group of friends, extended family, or a couple of families to gather. The house is located in County Wexford in Ireland's Sunny South East, and is available to rent year round. …see more
Restored, authentic, traditional stone farmhouse; coastal, rural, elevated retreat on Collorus Peninsula. Stunning sea and hill views across Collorus/Kilmaculoge harbour, Kenmare Bay to the Ring of Kerry. Free Wifi. Open all year, staffed property. …see more
This beautiful home is 3 miles from Rosscarbery village and 7 miles from the bustling Clonakilty town. It is tastefully furnished, with a flame effect fire in the fully equipped fitted kitchen, and a cosy lounge with patio doors leading out to the relaxing garden. …see more
Traditional detached farmhouse, quiet and secluded, at the end of the road with enclosed garden and about a mile from the eastern shores of Lough Mask. About 2 miles from the historic village of Cong for shops and restaurants. …see more
Traditional farmhouse in secluded, peaceful surroundings with distant views towards Macgillycuddy's Reeks. It is situated close to the Portmagee Channel and Valentia Island and about 2 miles from Portmagee for nearest shops and restaurant. …see more
Built in 2004, the house is spacious and extremely comfortable and is fitted out to the highest standard
Approximately 2km from the local town and 10 minutes' drive from Kerry Airport.
It is the ideal place for a family holiday or to be shared with friends or families The house is approximately 2km from the local town and 10 minutes' drive from Kerry Airport.
Traditional farmhouse, quiet and secluded on working sheep farm about 4 miles from the charming Georgian town of Ramelton and 2 miles from Kilmacrennan
for nearest shop. Glenveagh National Park and Castle, Doe Castle, Glebe Gallery and St Columbs, Rathmullan Heritage …see more
: Traditional farmhouse, completely renovated, quiet and secluded, on large elevated site and enjoying fine outlook over west Cork countryside towards Roaring Water Bay and Mount Gabriel (1339ft). The busy little port of Baltimore (2 miles). …see more
Traditional farmhouse in delightful tranquil setting beside the sea (100 yards) in the wooded tidal inlet of Ahakista on the Sheep's Head Peninsula. Many small lakes, ruined castles within easy reach, spectacular Sheep's Head Walk (55 miles). …see more
The apartment is the left wing of the owner's large farmhouse and is very cosy with a welcoming open fire and splendid views of the sea and mountains! Horse riding, surfing and good cycling and walking are all nearby! …see more
Detached stone farmhouse, remote and completely secluded, facing south in rugged hill landscape and enjoying fine far reaching views of the rolling hills of the Sheep's Head peninsular. It is situated in large gardens on 5 acres about 2½ miles from the village. …see more
Traditional farmhouse, completely renovated, quiet and secluded, on country lane about 2 miles from the attractive town of Kenmare with excellent shops and restaurants and many amenities including golf, fishing trips, tennis and horse riding. …see more
Detached farmhouse, quiet and secluded, on the slopes of Peakeen Mountain facing south with far reaching views to the Caha Mountains. About 4 miles from the attractive town of Kenmare with excellent shops and restaurants and many amenities. …see more
A visit to Ireland is an experience that you will never forget. Luminous greens dominate the country’s breathtaking landscapes, while magnificent sites and monuments abound throughout. Mild winters and warm summers define the climate of the Emerald Isle, which generally experiences a lack of temperature extremes. There truly is something for everyone in Ireland, ranging from ancient monuments, vibrant and colourful towns, romantic castles, and spectacular gardens.Why not explore the magic of County Kerry, with its rolling green countryside, sandy beaches, spectacular golf courses and historical monuments? Make North Kerry your base and stay in a holiday cottage or a farmhouse with log fires, and explore this hidden treasure of Ireland's beautiful South West.