Ballydavid 4 miles.
Located in the coastal hamlet of Ballinahow, just 4 miles from the pretty village of Ballydavid is this beautiful stone cottage.
This Ballydavid cottage is over 100 years old, but has been lovingly refurbished to a fantastic standard and still maintains elements of the original character, such as the thick stone walls.
Wonderfully presented, the sitting room has a modern feel and benefits from stylish leather furniture and a small dining area, ideal for enjoying breakfast with the morning paper.
The four comfortable bedrooms at this Ballydavid cottage offer excellent sleeping accommodation for any party, with the ground floor en-suite bedroom a particular highlight due to its spacious nature and doors onto the patio where spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean and sea cliffs can be enjoyed across picturesque rural vistas.
Lovers of the great outdoors are perfectly placed at this Ballydavid cottage, with Mount Brandon, Ireland's highest peak outside of the Macgillycuddy's Reeks range, on your doorstep, and a selection of wonderful, sandy beaches in the area.
Take a stroll to the local pier and cast a line and see what bites, or enjoy the 'craic agus ceol' - hospitality and traditional music in the nearby Bothar Pub.
The famous and popular town of Dingle is just a short drive away and with so much to see and do on this naturally stunning peninsula, this Ballydavid cottage is the perfect spot from which to base your Irish adventure.
Four bedrooms: 1 x ground floor double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 2 x double (one with en-suite shower, basin and WC). Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Fitted kitchen with dining area (seats 4). Sitting room (seats 7) with dining area (seats 4) and multi-fuel stove.
About the location
BALLYDAVID, COUNTY KERRY
Dingle 7 miles.
Ballydavid is a small fishing village with sandy beach perched on the Dingle Peninsula, with views towards Mount Brandon and the Three Sisters. Ballydavid has restaurants serving fresh seafood, and pubs keen to welcome all to their nights of traditional Irish music. Nearby Ventry offers Blue Flag sandy beaches, and the opportunity to try watersports, swimming or even a horseride along the beach. There are lots of historic archaeological sites in the area, including Iron Age forts, Beehive Huts and a 8th century church, plus the Blasket Islands, Slea Head and Connor Pass are well worth visiting. For walkers, The Dingle Way walk offers spectacular views and varied terrain. Dingle itself has a variety of amenities including shops, arts and crafts, pubs and restaurants.
Note: Up until 7th January 2017, this property sleeps 9 people and has a first floor family room with 1 double and 1 single bed available, along with the other bedrooms advertised. From 7th January 2017, the property will sleep 6 with what was the family room being permanently closed off.