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Kerry Coast House **** (4 Star self-accommodation)

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Bungalow | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 6

Key Info
  • Beach or lakeside relaxation
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Pets welcome
  • Private garden
  • Car advised
  • Nearest beach 40km

The kerry Coast House is located in a very nice area, within 4 miles from Kenmare town(10mins driving).Our cottage is the ideal place for relaxing holidays as, the quiet surrounding of the area give the oportunity to fully relax.The house is very secure as it is far enough form the road and the big garden at the front of the house provide a good playground for the childrens. In the meantime, the parents can enjoy the lovely mountains view .

Kenmare is a very friendly little town with a lot character.There is a lot of lovely restaurants and pubs in which you can listen and discover the Irish music most of the night.

The town location give you access to a lot of great walk or if you prefer you can Gulf, go to the pool or go Kayaking. You will also enjoy your drive in the different bay which surround Kenmare.

Don't miss those beautiful sea and mountains view from the area.

Size Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms
Nearest beach Castlecove 40 km
Will consider Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car advised
Nearest Amenities 2 km
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Kerry airport 40 km, Nearest railway: Killarney 30 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes Pets welcome, Yes, smoking allowed

Features and Facilities

Luxuries DVD player, Sea view
General Central heating, TV, CD player, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster
Utilities Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms of which 2 En suites and 1 Shower rooms
Furniture Single beds (2), Double beds (2), Dining seats for 6
Other Linen provided, Towels provided
Outdoors Private garden, BBQ
Access Secure parking
Further details indoors

The open plan kitchen & dining area are fully fitted with all modern amenities including dishwasher , microwave and washing machine/tumble drier.

The master bedroom, with bathroom en-suite, includes a reading/meditation area which looks onto the bay. Pine fitted wardrobes, as in all 3 bedrooms.

Other Facilities

2nd double bedroom , en-suite with shower.

3rd bedroom sleeps 2, 2 single beds.

3rd bathroom with shower is off the hallway.

All rooms fitted with carpets and tiles.

The living room & sun-lounge offer excellent views of Kenmare Bay.

T.V & Open Fire Place.

Further details outdoors

The House is located in a very quiet area at 10mins driving to town. It is the ideal place for relaxing holidays with the family.The house is very secure as it is far enough form the road and the big garden at the front of the house provide a good play ground for the children. In the meantime, the parents can enjoy the lovely mountains view .

The County Kerry region

Kerry is a perfect blend of mountain and sea, wooded gelns and sandy beaches, luxuriant woodland and bleak bog... there is something to suit every taste.

The kerry coast house is situated on the famous ring of Kerry, a scenic route along the coastal strip around the Iveragh Peninsula, the largest penunsula in the southwest. Taking in some wild mountain scenery well off the beaten track, where Mac-gilycuddy's Reeks, the highest mountains in Ireland, bloom majestically in the background.

Cradled in the heart of Kenmare Bay, the picturesque town of kenmare is the perfect location from which to discover the South West of Ireland, linking the internationally famous Ring of Kerry with the rugged Ring of Beara and Dingle Bay.

Places to visits on the Ring of Kerry :

Killarney; Muckross House and Gardens; Ladies' View; Moll's Gap; Sneem; staigue Fort;Derrynane National Historic Park and his beach; Waterville; Cahirciveen; Glenbeigh; Glencar; Kerry Geopark is an area that exhibits a particular geological heritage which has a sustainable development strategy such as the promotion and development of geotourism. www.europeangeoparks.org

Place to visit in the Beara Peninsula

The Beara Peninsula is rich in sites of historical an archaeological interest.

-Gleninchaquin Waterfall, eight miles west of Kenmare. A marked walking route guides you around the waterfall set in a spectacular glaciated glen filled with streams, cascades, lakes and native oak forest. www.gleninchaquin.com

-Glengarrif Town has everything that is pleasing to the eye of those who appreciate unspoilt natural beauty. Visit there The Banboo Park, Garnish Island. This is an internationally renowned sub tropical garden paradise. A short boat ride across the harbour, will bring you to that fabulous park.

www.cork-guide.ie/garnish.htm

Also to see nearby Glengarrif; Bantry House and Garden. www.bantryhouse.com

-Derreen Gardens,kilakilloge Harbour and the beautiful Healy Pass road.

-Uragh Stone Circle in a truly magical setting.

Place to visit in Dingle Peninsula(www.dingle-peninsula.ie)

-Mount-Brandon,Slea Head, Castlegregory,Dingle Town where the most famous resident is undoubtedly "Fungie", a playful, 300kg dolphin who has made the harbour his home since 1983.

Kenmare

Welcome to Kenmare where the visitors are immediately captivated by the town's enchanting appearance and the genuinely welcoming atmosphere. Brightly colored houses and shops, bar, restaurants, create the perfect backdrop to what well prove to be a memorable holiday.

The town is a haven of gourmet food, with is fine restaurants and cafe. His different pubs are the best place for live sounds, featuring folk-mostly traditional Irish- MUSIC nearly every night-Crowley's, Landowne Arms Hotel, Pf's McCarthys,Coatchman's and more...

Kenmare is the perfect centre for linking the framed”Ring of Kerry” and the “Ring of Beara”

The region has scenery that is magical and mystical. From the luscious sub-tropical vegetation of Garnish Islan, Muckross Gardens or Derreen Gardens to the bleackness of the Healy Pass, from the beauty of Ladies View and the Lakes of Killarney to the rugged simplicity of Gougane Barra and the Pass of Keimineigh, all tastes catered for.

Place to visit in the Beara Peninsula

-Gleninchaquin Park where you can go for a walk around the head of the valley and enjoy his beautiful waterfall and lakes. www.gleninchaquin.com

-Derreen Gardens,kilakilloge Harbour and the umissabe Healy Pass road.

-Gougane Barra Park. www.gouganebarra.com

Place to visite in Dingle Peninsula(www.dingle-peninsula.ie)

-Mount-Brandon,Slea Head, Castlegregory,Dingle Town where teh most famous resident is unboubtedly "Fungie", a playful, 300kg dolphin who has made the harbour his home since 1983.

Kenmare Local Activities:

Kenmare lays approximately 30 minutes drive from a host of sandy beaches and it has a very pretty harbour from where you can swim fish or take a trip on the "Seafari Cruise" to view the wildlife in the area.

Star Sailing & Adventure Centre is situated on the shores of Kenmare Bay and surrounded by the Caha Mountains just a five minute drive from Kenmare Town Centre. The range of activities includes Sailing, Kayaking, Sea Kayaking, Windsurfing, Hill walking, Boat Trips and much more. There is something to suit all the family.

Golf

Kenmare boasts two super golf courses. The Ring of Kerry Golf Course is located four miles outside of the town and offers spectacular views of Kenmare Bay from the course itself and also its newly renovated Club House. And the Kenmare course which is adjacent the town.

Angling

There are lots of great fishing spots to choose from around Kenmare including Clonee Lake, Kenmare Bay and the Black Valley. Permits can be obtained locally.

Hill Walking

The Kerry Way and Beara Way walking routes are ideal for those with an interest in trekking or you could even join the annual summer hike to Ireland's highest mountain, Carrauntouhil. The foothills of the famous MacGillycuddy Reeks are right on Kenmare's doorstep.

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