Mountcollins 0.5 miles.
A cosy little cottage in the County Limerick countryside, just up the road from the quiet village of Mountcollins.
Well placed in the quiet and peaceful countryside but still with easy access to many locations this is an ideal destination for those who want to get away from it all.
All set on the ground floor you have three comfortable bedrooms for you to take your pick of.
Also on offer is a kitchen/dining room to the rear of the property which provides plenty of space for delicious dinners to be prepared and enjoyed.
Afterwards make your way to the front of the cottage and into the sitting room with an open fire, perfect for warming your toes after a day of being out and about while discussing what tomorrow will have in store.
With the sun out forget the sitting room and take a seat outside and enjoy a well-earned drink in the cool summer’s breeze.
Mountcollins will tend to your basic needs should you need the local shop or fancy going to the pub to meet the locals.
Just a little further down the road is the town of Abbeyfeale, home to a weekly farmers' market where you will be sure to grab some fresh local ingredients.
The surrounding area is home to great scenery should you decide to go for a cycle or walk.
Just jump in the car and take yourself to the likes of Killarney, Limerick and Tralee or head out on the Dingle Peninsula and take in as much as you can while you’re in the area.
This is a great little property for all to enjoy.
About the location
MOUNTCOLLINS, COUNTY LIMERICK
Abbeyfeale 6.2 miles; Tralee 24.4 miles; Shannon Airport 57 miles; Killarney 29.6 miles.
Mountcollins is a small village in the south west countryside of County Limerick, close to the Cork and Kerry borders and is only a few miles up the road from the historic market town of Abbeyfeale. Abbeyfeale is animated with the hustle and bustle of a weekly farmers’ market, inviting you to browse and sample some fantastic local crafts and ingredients for a delightful home-cooked feast. Located on the banks of the River Feale, known for its salmon and brown trout fishing, Abbeyfeale has many attractions and activities nearby, including the ominous Glenquin Castle in Killeedy, one of Ireland’s finest tower houses dating back to the 16th century. There is a karting centre nearby, which offers thrilling and energetic days out for all ages and for animal lovers why not spend a day at Fitzgerald’s Farmhouse? This quaint place offers an amusing day out for the whole family, with its equestrian centre and petting farm. There is a wealth of beautiful walking and cycling routes nearby, along with the enchanting Ring of Kerry, meaning this town provides a well-placed escape for discovering the wonderful west of Ireland.