4-room house on 2 levels, spacious and bright, comfortable and modern furnishings: living room with cable-TV (flat screen TV), DVD. Exit to the patio. Large kitchen (4 hotplates, oven, dishwasher, micro wave, freezer) with bar, dining table. Sep. WC. Upper floor: lar …see more
Cosy modern barn conversion with open-plan kitchen/lounge featuring vintage woodburning stove, king bedroom with en suite shower, large sun room with pool-side patio, twin daybed and second en suite shower. Sea and garden views. …see more
A fantastic Georgian house available for up to 18 guests for parties, relaxing getaways, hen and stag nights, family breaks and more. With activities such as clay pigeon shooting, a private pool and horse riding all available. …see more
An historic estate house set in its own grounds overlooking Clifden town. A luxurious property designed to offer a homely holiday experience for family gatherings, groups & friends, with swimming pool, tennis court and sauna. 11 bedrooms & 12 bathrooms- wireless B/B In …see more
LAHARANDOTA - Cottage & Studio, old stone farm complex previously owned by a retired American artist, now fully renovated to include slate floors, old beams, stone walls & outdoor pool. Set in an acre & surrounded by fields with sea views. Bikes and WiFi available. The …see more
This excellent house is located in one acre of private entrance and gardens with an orchard with panoramic views of Kenmare Bay and the Caha mountains beyond. With a spacious interior and its own private pool, sauna and sun deck. …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.
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