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“Spectacular Home” Our stay at An Teach Dearg was absolutely perfect, House was so comfortable and spotless clean, Kitchen well stocked with all we needed to prepare all our meals. Just 10 minutes from the lovely town of Dingle. House is located on Slea Head Drive which has breathtaking views of the peninsula. Local pubs, horseback riding, scenery, beach all nearby.
Caretaker Jenny was most helpful in getting us settled into the house and just a phone call away.
I would highly recommend this house for anyone looking for a wonderful place to stay in Dingle.
“Great holidays in Ait Sonny” We loved to sit in the winter garden to enjoy the fantastic view to Valentia Island, Knightstown and Portmagee (as long as the weather was fine). Cow and calf grazed on the pasture in front of the house. Therefore, we were living in the middle of Kerry Gold's advertisement. The house has been tastefully restored with a lot of attention to detail. We felt very comfortable. The right cottage for those who are looking for peace, nature and relaxation.
Cahersiveen is a perfect starting point for excursions to the surrounding area.
“Lots of space, lots of privacy, amazing views” Excellent location to explore the peninsulas and close to Kenmare.
Great place although not yet any baby facilities (we went with a 6 month old baby, and had to bring highchair, travel cot etc).
Great self-catering facilities, comfortable (although bathrooms are a bit spartan!).
“Ideal rural retreat with spectacular scenery.” On our arrival we were met by Pat O'Neill and his purebred Kerry cow. He welcomed us to Feirm Cottage gave us a brief history of the cottage and showed us around the property. There was complimentary turf and firewood for the wood burning stove in case we needed to light a fire. Later on that evening Josephine O'Neill came up to introduce herself and recomended plenty of places of interest to visit while in County Kerry. The cottage was very comfortable, warm and set in the ideal location for walking, cycling, fishing, sightseeing or just for relaxing. There was a pub, petrol station, shop and horse riding facilities near by. Kenmare and Killarney were only a short drive away and the cottage was a great base location for exploring County Kerry and West Cork.