Detached cottage, in large garden, quiet and secluded, yet only about ½ mile from the popular little fishing village of Baltimore and within easy walking distance of the sea and small cove and hotel/restaurant. Baltimore has choice of excellent restaurants. …see more
Converted barn (beside owner's farmhouse) in idyllic spot beside the sea and Kilcoe Castle, facing south with views across Roaring Water Bay to Hare Island. About 4 miles from the charming and colourful village of Ballydehob. …see more
Detached stone front house, facing south, at the foot of the Caha Mountains and enjoying magnificent outlook across Bantry Bay to the Sheep's Head Peninsular. It is superbly situated in quiet and seclusion about 150 yrds from the sea and pebble beach. …see more
Traditional cottage, completely renovated, quiet and secluded on 17 acre beef farm, on elevated site with magnificent views over Kenmare Bay and Ardgroom Harbour to Macgillycuddy Reeks and Caha Mountains. The attractive little village of Ardgroom is 2 miles. …see more
Traditional stone cottage, in idyllic situation and total seclusion on the slopes of the Caha Mountains, at the end of ¼ mile private road, enjoying fine views of adjoining countryside and mountain scenery. Glanmore Lake 300 yrds and ideal for swimming. …see more
Newly renovated traditional stone cottage, quiet and secluded, at the foot of the Slieve Miskish Mountains with views of Kenmare River to the Macgillycuddy Reeks and Caha Mountains. Ardgroom straddles both the Ring of Beara walking and cycling routes. …see more
Detached house in quiet and secluded location beside stream at the foot of the Shehy Mountains. Walks from the door or ideal for touring some of Ireland's finest scenery on the Ring of Kerry or Beara Peninsula. …see more
Traditional stone cottage, completely renovated, quiet and secluded, on country lane in the Derrynassaggart Mountains and ideally placed for touring some of Ireland's most magnificent scenery on the Ring of Kerry or Beara Peninsula. …see more
Detached cottage, recently completed in traditional style, quiet and secluded and facing south on the slopes of Peaken Mountain with far reaching views to the Caha Mountains. About 4 miles from the attractive town of Kenmare for excellent shops and restaurants. …see more
Authentic 400 year old stone/thatched cottage. Recently renovated. In peaceful mountain location with lovely views over the Caha mountains and Kenmare bay. 10 minute walk to safe sand/pebble beach. Pub ¾ mile, Kenmare 5 miles for excellent restaurants. …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
Ground floor apartment of detached house, recently completely renovated, in exceptional location beside a beautiful secluded natural harbour with quay and blue flag sandy beach (noted for its safe bathing). The house enjoys an outlook across Dingle Bay. …see more
Detached cottage in traditional style, facing south on the slopes of the Slieve Mish Mountains (2735ft) with magnificent views across Castlemaine Harbour (tidal estuary) to MacGillycuddy's Reeks (3414ft) beyond. …see more
Former stables converted to a single cottage in a charming courtyard beside a Georgian Country House in the heart of Golden Vale and its green undulating countryside. The historic town of Bruree (3 miles) and Kilmallock (7 miles) and Charleville (5 miles). …see more
On the 'Wild Atlantic Way', a traditional cottage in exceptional location, secluded but not isolated, in its own grounds on historic small country estate (also including 229/230) in an area of outstanding natural beauty right in the heart of Connemara. …see more
Recently refurbished Bagenal Harvey Cottage is in a heritage site, and adjoins a castle (c. 1480), with another cottage on its other side. Traditionally furnished, and set in the peaceful location of a 100 acre grazing farm, it is only 10 minutes from a good beach. …see more
Detached cottage (centre in photo) in unique location facing south and overlooking tidal estuary and yet only ¼ mile from the centre of Clifden 'the capital of Connemara' with numerous shops, excellent restaurants, deep sea angling and boating trips. …see more
Traditional stone cottage in superb location beside Killary Harbour and enjoying spectacular all round views of some of the finest scenery in Connemara with Ben Gorm and the Mweelrea Mountains (2688ft) to the north and the Maumturk Mountains to the south. …see more
Detached bungalow (near to 268) in fine location enjoying extensive views over island studded Clew Bay to Croagh Patrick (2561ft) and the mountains in the distance. It is situated on quiet country lane about 1½ miles from the village of Mulrany. …see more
Hollyberry Lodge is a luxury 4 bedroom ensuite holiday home, with Free WiFi - 2 mins drive from Donegal Town or attending a wedding at nearby hotels, Solis castle,Harveys Point , is 5 mins drive & the Abbey, Centrel, Millpark Hotels just a 2 min drive away. We do 2 & …see more
Cottage Restoration with wonderful views of Liscannor Bay. Secluded and tranquil setting yet only 5 mins drive from Lahinch. Very high specification with all modern amenities. Wood burning stove. Very comfortable house. Ample safe parking. One Acre site.
Beaches. Sur …see more
Ideally located 5 miles west of Mallow on the N72, central to local facilities, ideal for tourists, walkers, cyclists and fishermen or those looking for a cosy country location. South facing, with views across the Blackwater Valley, this is the perfect location. …see more
These two beautifully restored cottages are on a heritage site flanking a superb 15th century castle. They are set in over 100 acres of peaceful farmland and woods in the sunniest corner of Ireland within easy reach of several good beaches. …see more
"Sheefry" is a large family "home from home" holiday house. Sleeps 10 comfortably. Safe large enclosed outside space. 2 km from Louisburgh town. Perfect location for activity based family holiday. …see more
Anchor Haven is a stunning waterfront house in the beautiful village of Crookhaven in West Cork.This bright and spacious property is situated on an elevated site on the shores of the bay,surrounded by spectacular views of the mountains,the bay and the adjacent village. …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 …see more
Failte Ireland four star Seaside cottage in an idyllic location on the edge of the Cooley peninsula with magnificent sea and mountain views close to medieval village of Carlingford and walking distance to Templetown blue flag beach.
Free Wi Fi available. Four star Self …see more
Located on Claggan island, Belmullet Cgs is both private and secluded and yet only 12km's from Belmullet town. Relax & unwind in complete luxury, where every detail has been carefully thought out so you can make the most of this spectacular location. Claggan island is a …see more
Kildare Palladian Mansion is a world apart. Conveniently located, just 4kms from the nearest town and close to the N7 and N9, it is, nevertheless, the most secluded and exclusive oasis imaginable. …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
Converted coach house in attractive Georgian courtyard in the peaceful parkland surroundings on the 600 acre estate of Clonalis House (the ancestral home of the O'Conors, traditional Kings of Connaught and descendants of the last High Kings of Ireland). …see more
Ground floor apartment in converted coach house in a charming courtyard (see also 310). Most attractively situated in extensive landscaped gardens, with many mature trees, in the grounds of a Georgian Country House. …see more
Detached cottage facing south beside stream, with landscaped rear garden, at the foot of Benbulben (1730ft) about a mile from Glencar Lake and Waterfall with fine mountain scenery. Sligo 8 miles for excellent restaurants, pubs and shops. …see more
Detached cottage in quiet location facing south with spectacular views over Donegal Bay and the interesting and varied coastline to Muckross Head. Very grand coastal scenery with beautiful strands and coves and hinterland of hills, moors, glens and lakes and a wealth o …see more
Detached stone fronted cottage, recently completed, in traditional style, about 3 miles from the attractively located village of Blacklion (3 miles) between the Upper and Lower Lough MacLean on the west foothills of the Cullceagh Mountains. The area is renowned for its …see more
Detached cottage, recently completed, in traditional style, beside Lough Salt (a salt lake) on the slopes of Croaghegly Mountain with far reaching all round views of Trawenagh Bay and the distant mountains. It is situated on a small country road, in quiet secluded loca …see more
Traditional stone-built cottage, perched on the side of Crownarad Mountain and enjoying superb southerly aspect across Donegal Bay to the coastline of Co. Sligo and Benbulben Mountain. Fine sandy beach, Clock Tower restaurant and bar at Fintragh Bay (3/4 mile). Fishing …see more
Detached stone faced cottage, in quiet secluded rural surroundings and enjoying fine views of rugged mountain scenery and countryside. The scenic hamlet of Bruckless with views of Donegal Bay is 1½ miles for nearest shop, pub, restaurant, pony trekking and the sea. N …see more
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
Cedar Lodge, recently renovated, in stunning location beside a sheltered cove with shingle beach and enjoying magnificent outlook over both Kilmakillogue Harbour to the Caha Mountains beyond and Kenmare Bay. It is set in 1½ acres of mature gardens. …see more
Detached bungalow on the slopes of Hungry Hill (2252 ft) with magnificent southerly views of Bere Island and across Bantry Bay to the Sheep's Head peninsular. It is situated in a secluded location at the end of quiet country road about 4 miles from Adrigole. …see more
Detached stone cottage, recently renovated and extended, on quiet country road in scenic rural area about 3 miles from the historic market town of Granard for nearest shops, pubs and choice of restaurants. …see more
Most attractive cottage, in private hillside location on quiet country road with mountain views. It is situated 1½ miles from the picturesque village of Woodenbridge, at the junction of the Avoca, Arklow, and Aughrim valleys. …see more
Detached bungalow in elevated position on quiet country road with large gardens and enjoying extensive views over surrounding countryside to Brittas Bay and the sea. About a mile from Redcross village for nearest pubs, shop, 18 hole (par 3) golf course. …see more
Traditional thatched cottage, on quiet country road about 7 minutes walk from the fine sandy beach at Carne. Numerous sandy beaches on the interesting and varied Wexford coastline. Unique sea inlet/lake at Our Lady's Island (1½ miles). …see more
Traditional stone farmhouse in attractive courtyard setting nestled amongst trees at the end of a country lane. Set in fine rural surroundings and rolling hills south of the attractive town of Inistioge (6 miles), on the banks of the River Nore. …see more
End terraced, stone fronted townhouse, deceptively spacious and situated in the heart of the charming fishing village of Duncannon. 250 yards from fine sandy beach (blue flag), harbour, shops, pubs and restaurant. …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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