4* Holiday Homes a 5 min stroll from Kenmare town... 4 bed wheelchair accessible house which sleeps 9 people.The houses are set in the grounds of the Kenmare Bay Hotel and all guests have free access to the hotel's leisure facilities. The 4 bed house is fully wheelchair friendly with a large king size master ensuite downstairs. …see more
A magnificent 6 bedroom bungalow holiday home with all bedrooms en-suite, including a wheelchair-adapted suite. This spacious 4-star property is ideal for reunions, an extended family holiday and is suitable for all age groups with electronic gates for more privacy Superbly decorated throughout with SkyTV, DVD, and Wi-Fi internet. Makes a great base for golfing trips. …see more
With views and beach access on the doorstep and the beautiful breathtaking landscape of the Dingle Penninsular, Countryside, mountains, lakes idyllic tranquilty and nature doing what it does best in this hidden away paradise.
Located at the end of Fermoyle Beach on the Wild Atlantic Way. …see more
Cottage on Ring of Kerry , close to picturesque, lively town of Kenmare. Refurbished 2-bedroom house in scenic rural setting on hillside overlooking Kenmare Bay. Stunning views to Caha Mountains and Beara Peninsula from south facing living area and patio. Generous parking. Large private south facing sunny garden. Pets allowed. Wheelchair access - no steps! …see more
WHY YOU SHOULD STAY AT BEECHGROVE.
2.Bus Stop and Shuttle Bus out side entrance.
3.Walking Distance to Pubs and Restaurants.
4.Tours can be arranged.
5.Free Airport transfers for booking over 4 Nights.
6.10 min drive from killarney town center.
7.Fossa way which is a walk through the woods to town center and Ross Castle,1 Hr walk to town,
Cottage is refurbished to a high standard, .Full disabled access and suitable to wheelchair user. Fully equipped disabled access bathroom. Sleeps six people . Cot and high chair in cottage. Family friendly. Lovely scenic location close to Killarney town.
further details on www. glenviewcottage.com …see more
Overlooking the sea, stunning views described as the best in Ireland where one can enjoy the perfect relaxing holiday. Quiet & private. Within a 3 minute walk of beach and bar. Ideal for families, safe for children. Wheelchair accessible throughout. VAS Category 3. Gorteen is situated in an area of spectacular beauty with many local facilities to be enjoyed …see more
Dara is a modern, four-star, fully furnished 4 bedroom, pine-floored house. It is scenically situated at the edge of the Atlantic, in a calm, peaceful, relaxing atmosphere overlooking a small harbour. Free Wifi, filtered water and bicycles available, Outdoor seating area with picnic facilities and sunbeds. …see more
Bru na Mara is a beautiful complex just outside Carna that combines traditional design with modern comfort. Properties ranging from 1-3 bedrooms, sleeping 2-7, and 1-2 bathrooms. Free Wifi, filtered water and bicycles available, Outdoor seating area with picnic facilities and sunbeds. …see more
Situated in a quite street on the door step of the famous Rock of Cashel in short walking distance from the centre of the heritage town of Cashel. Vibrant pub scene, wonderful restaurants and just off the M8 makes this town an excellent base to explore the South East. Caters for 7 people with facilities to enable an elderly/disabled person to participate fully in the holiday …see more
The self catering holiday homes are in the village of Robertstown near Naas, Newbridge & Kildare towns in Irelands Midland & East Coast region. With Dublin & Wicklow as neighbours, golf, horseracing, walking, cycling, fishing & attractions on your doorstep. 8 cottages with 2 bedrooms in each & sleep up to 5 people. All Bedlinen and towels provided. Accessible …see more
This detached bungalow is set in a large garden in a quiet location, 5 minutes drive from the village of Castletownroche offering shops, butchers, pubs, restaurants. Tennis and angling on site. Golf and mountain biking 10 minutes drive. Guests welcome to visit our farm Sand Cottage an ideal base to tour Ireland south west, relax in the garden, enjoy outdoor activities locally …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.