Luxury home, ideally situated, stunning sea views, near beach - 5min walk, overlooking Ballinskelligs Bay. Private 1 acre garden, ideal for families seeking beauty, tranquillity and peace but with outstanding golf, fishing. and outdoor pursuits (See customer feedback) …see more
5 Sep 2014
The pictures don't do it justice. The view takes your breath away no matter what time of day but sunsets are gorgeous. The house is lovely and spotless. First class all the way..even down to the expen… More
4 Oct 2012
"Outstanding Holiday Accommodation"
Together with some friends, I stayed at the “Loher Beach House” during a fishing holiday in May this year. The directions to the property were very good and we easily found our way. The scenery … More
2 Jun 2012
"Lovely accommodation-perfect home away from home"
Our total experience with this property from booking to check-out was wonderful. The house is modern, comfortable and has everything you will need- except groceries. The hosts really have thought of e… More
Beautiful new luxury property with a spectacular waterfront location overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. 4 bedrooms en suite. Sauna. Large private garden with stunning views – the lodge makes an idyllic retreat for anyone that wishes to explore Southwest of Ireland. …see more
11 Jun 2013
"a really lovely place, in a beautiful setting"
The Ring of Kerry is just wonderful, and Waterville is a great base for visits to different parts of it, including Derrynane House (my ancestral home!) and the stunning Strand there, Skelling Michael,… More
16 Aug 2015
"Excellent place to stay and unwind"
Fuchsia Lodge is wonderful and a great base to explore the ring of Kerry and the Skellig's.
The quiet location of the lodge helps you to relax and enjoy the outstanding views of the sea and the surro… More
Dormer bungalow facing west in quiet location on the slopes of Cahernageeha Mountain with magnificent views over Ballinskelligs Bay to the Skellig Rocks and Hog's Head. Secluded beach and slipway ½ mile. Ideal for Spring Salmon and Trout fishing at Lough Currane. …see more