Tarbert 3.8 miles.
This beautiful stone cottage is located close to the town of Tarbert in County Kerry.
Situated in front of the owner's home and boasting stunning views, this Tarbert cottage dates back to the early 1900s and has been lovingly renovated to provide homely and welcoming accommodation.
This Tarbert cottage features two ground floor double bedrooms, as well as a quirky eaves twin room which children will love.
The sitting room is complemented by a solid fuel stove, which creates a warm and soothing atmosphere after a long fun-filled day exploring the sights.
The views outside this Tarbert cottage are simply glorious, stretching across Scattery Island to the River Shannon estuary and further afield to the wild Atlantic.
The village of Tarbert has a variety of shops and pubs with many showcasing traditional Irish music and it serves as the ferry terminal for the Shannon crossing to County Clare, where you may even spot a dolphin or two!
The area is renowned for its rural countryside and picturesque coastline with miles of walking routes to enjoy.
Just a few minutes' drive away is the popular coastal town of Ballybunion, which has a wonderful golden beach where swimming and watersports can be enjoyed in safety.
All the attractions of Clare are easily accessible, including the Cliffs of Moher, the Burren and Lahinch; whilst further afield, the towns of Killarney, Tralee and Limerick are all within easy reach.
This lovely Tarbert cottage is the perfect destination for your next Irish break.
About the location
TARBERT, COUNTY KERRY
Listowel 11 miles; Tralee 27 miles.
The lovely coastal village of Tarbert is wonderfully situated on a gentle slope overlooking one of the prettiest parts of Shannon, 11 miles from Listowel, in colourful County Kerry. Edged by deciduous woodland and the Shannon Estuary, the village offers numerous scenic walks together with great angling opportunities and is home to a range of shops and pubs. Enjoy a relaxing day’s bathing at nearby Litter Strand, or follow the Shannon Way to Ballybunion, renowned for the most beautiful sandy beaches in North Kerry. Take the short ferry crossing to Killimer and discover the striking Cliffs of Moher and the mysterious Aillwee Caves. Known as the Literary Capital of Ireland and famous for its horse racing festival, nearby Listowel, with its myriad of fascinating architecture, boasts fine shops and restaurants aplenty, together with an immaculate golf course. With the National Folk Theatre and the celebrated Jeannie Johnston maritime experience at nearby Tralee, there's plenty to see and do at this fabulous location.