Traditional detached cottage, recently renovated, remote and secluded, in elevated position on 28 acres with fine southerly outlook and sea views. Staigue Fort, one of the finest stone forts in Ireland (about 2,500 years old) is about ½ mile. …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
Charming traditional thatched cottage (over 250 yrs old) in unique location nestling in the sand dunes right beside Ballinesker beach and Curracloe Strand with sand stretching for many miles. Location where 'Saving Private Ryan' was filmed. …see more
Large, executive, stylish 5 star house in small private development under a mile from the town of Kenmare, Co Kerry.
Ideal for families or small groups to discover the delights of Kerry and West Cork. …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 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
Detached dormer bungalow located within walking distance of fine sandy beach (about 500 metres). It is situated in spacious grounds on quiet road about 2 miles from the village of Fethard-on-Sea on the Hook peninsula with its numerous beaches.. …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
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
Stylishly designed cottage, recently completed, on elevated site and enjoying wonderful outlook over Dunworley and Clonakilty Bays. Sandy beaches within walking distance. Colourful towns of Clonakilty (10 miles) and Kinsale (23 miles) with many excellent restaurants. …see more
Traditional detached cottage, facing south, on quiet country road and enjoying extensive sea views. Nearest beach about 400m. Situated in Lickowen on the Toe Head peninsular with Tragumna (3 miles) for sandy beach and nearest pub. …see more
Detached bungalow near the centre of the little fishing village of Baltimore. About ¼ mile from shops, pubs and choice of excellent seafood restaurants. Baltimore is a busy little port offering deep sea fishing trips, ferry trips to islands. …see more
Delightful small stone cottage (150 yrs old), facing south, in quiet location up short private cul-de-sac. Nearest beach about 400m. Situated in Lickowen on the Toe Head peninsular with Tragumna (3 miles) for sandy beach and nearest pub. …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
Exceptional stone cottage in quiet seclusion on working farm enjoying a most attractive southerly aspect over the many islands and varied coastline of Roaring Water Bay, safe for wind surfing and canoeing (canoes for hire in Bantry). …see more
Traditional style cottage (near to cottage No. 89) and enjoying outlook over the renowned 'Blue Pool' of Glengarriff. It is situated beside the main Ring of Beara route to Castletownbere (between house and the sea) and about ¼ mile from Glengarriff . …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
Detached bungalow on ½ acre elevated site with magnificent panoramic views of Bantry Bay and the Sheep's Head/Beara Peninsulas. Nearest shop/restaurant ¾ mile. Bantry (1½ miles). 18 hole golf course and 9 hole pitch and putt course ¾ mile. …see more
Situated at the centre of a Special European Area of Conservation, between Crookhaven, Barley Cove and Ballyrisode beaches on the Mizen Peninsula (Blue Flag), this cottage has splendid views to Cape Clear Island, Knockaphuca and Mount Gabriel Mountains. …see more
Detached stone faced bungalow in exceptional location, quiet and secluded at the end of the road and right beside the sea and small sandy/pebble beach. It enjoys stunning views over Bantry Bay and a small bay to Hungry Hill. …see more
Traditional stone cottage, in secluded wooded setting beside stream and Inchiquin Lake and surrounded by stunning mountain scenery and lakes at the foot of the Caha Mountains. Gleninchiquin Waterfall amenity area ¾ mile. Sailing centre 5 miles. …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
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 stone fronted cottage, in traditional style, with unsurpassed panoramic views over the entire Kenmare estuary and onwards to Caha Mountains on the opposite Peninsula. It is quietly situated overlooking Kenmare Bay and about 2 miles from Coss Strand. …see more
Traditional thatched cottage, recently completely renovated, in large garden in wooded setting, about a mile from the colourful village of Sneem with its six pubs and excellent restaurants. Parknasilla (about ¾ mile) has 12-hole golf course. …see more
Detached bungalow in unique and spectacular position overlooking Derrynane Bay. Quiet and secluded, situated towards the end of Lamb's Head beside the sea and near a pier (¼ mile). Sandy beaches (1 mile) and Caherdaniel (2 miles) for shop, pub and restaurants. …see more
Detached house (near to 147, 149 and 150) on the side of the Lamb's Head Peninsula and beside Derrynane Bay with fine outlook across the bay and islands to Derrynane National Park. Fine sandy beach 400 yards. Village of Caherdaniel (1 mile). …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
Modern detached bungalow, (one of two and near to 153) on the side of the Lamb's Head Peninsula with spectacular outlook across Derrynane Bay and islands to Derrynane National Park. Fine sandy beach 400 yards. Village of Caherdaniel is about a mile. …see more
Detached stone cottage, recently completed, in traditional style and in an exceptional location beside Lough Currane. 2½ miles from Waterville for shops, pubs and choice of restaurants. Lough Currane is a sea bird sanctuary and well known for its fishing …see more
Exceptional split level bungalow set high on the slopes of the Slieve Mish Mountains, immediately above and overlooking Inch Strand (6 mile sandy beach) ¼ mile away and enjoying magnificent southerly views across Dingle Bay to Macgillycuddy's Reeks beyond. …see more
Traditional farmhouse in secluded country surroundings, looking out towards the Comeragh and Monavullagh Mountains about half mile from the attractive village of Ardfinnan on the banks of the River Suir. Numerous historic ruins and relics. …see more
Fine detached dormer bungalow, recently completed, in superb quiet and secluded location on slopes of the Slieve Mish Mountains and enjoying exceptional far reaching southerly views over Dingle Bay to the McGillycuddy's Reeks beyond. …see more
Modern cottage built in traditional style in ¾ acre garden with views over Tralee Bay and of the Slieve Mish Mountains (2796ft). Safe sandy beach about 500 yards. Many scenic walks and drives in the surrounding area. Surfing, shore and deep sea angling. …see more
Modern bungalow, in fine location, facing south very close to the sea and enjoying magnificent views across Dingle Bay and Inch Strand to Glenbeigh and Macgillycuddy's Reeks. Quarter mile to 6 mile sandy beach used for filming of Ryan's Daughter. …see more
Delightful, small, thatched cottage beside Turlough and about ½ mile from the sea at Aughinish Bay. It is situated on the intriguing coastline on the edge of the Burren, an area renowned for its historical monuments, archaeological sites, rare flowers and caves. …see more
Detached house, close to the quaint little village and harbour of Carrigaholt in the west corner of Co. Clare on the shores at the mouth of the River Shannon. Numerous fine sandy beaches in the area. The nearest pub and shop and restaurant are about ½ mile. …see more
Small stone cottage (next to 200) on the delightful small island of Aughinish on the N. Clare coast in Galway Bay. The island has a rugged coastline and Martello tower and is connected to the mainland by a causeway. …see more
Detached cottage with sea views on elevated site with extensive views of the South Connemara countryside, the Twelve Pins (2356ft) mountain range and rugged coastline. Situated about ½ mile from the lobster fishing village of Carna for pubs and shops. …see more
Renovated stone cottage on delightful small island, completely uninhabited for most of the year, with no facilities or shops. Mason Island is about ½ mile wide and nearly ¾ mile long and is situated about ¼ mile off the mainland. Small beaches, derelict cottages and in …see more
Traditional cottage in delightful location, quiet and secluded, facing south beside a fine sandy beach on the interesting rugged coastline of South Connemara. The cottage is 6 miles from the picturesque fishing village of Roundstone, which has several restaurants. …see more
Spacious detached dormer bungalow, in exceptional location, set in large gardens and enjoying magnificent outlook over Cashel Bay and the beautiful rugged Connemara coastline. Pub 1 mile. Two hotel restaurants within walking distance. Roundstone 8 miles. …see more
Detached stone cottage, facing south and right beside the sea and slipway in a small bay and enjoying views of interesting rugged coastline of S. Connemara with seals, otters and sea birds. The cottage is 4 miles from the village of Carna for nearest shops. …see more
Small cottage situated close to Maumeen Lake at Emlaghmore. Quiet and peaceful location with stunning views of the Roundstone Bog, lakes and the Twelver Bens mountain range. Just 5kms from Ballyconneely for nearest shops and restaurant. …see more
Spacious stone faced house in exceptional location beside the sea. Quiet location in small hamlet near the end of the road and close to the 27-hole championship golf links course at Ballyconneely. Nearest shop and pub about 2 miles. Clifden 8 miles. …see more
Former school and schoolhouse (over 150 yrs old), completely renovated, quiet and secluded in wooded setting on small peninsula on the northern end of Lough Corrib. Short walk to pier and foreshore. Very scenic area between Leenane (13 miles) and Cornamona. …see more
Traditional cottage in tranquil and secluded surroundings at the end of the road, yet only 1½ miles from the attractive town of Oughterard 'Gateway to Connemara', beside Lough Corrib and offers excellent shops and restaurants. …see more
Detached cottage in the grounds of the owner's house with its own private garden with adjoining wood about a mile from Lough Corrib for salmon and trout fishing. 4 miles from the attractive town of Oughterard 'Gateway to' with excellent shops and restaurants. …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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