An excellent mid-terrace house on the outskirts of the County Cork village of Allihies, on the Beara Peninsula, County Cork.
Ideal for family and friends, this property will make an ideal destination for those who want to escape everyday life and relax.
Set over two floors, with three comfortable bedrooms upstairs, on the ground floor you have a well-equipped kitchen and dining area where you can prepare delicious dishes, or even packed lunches ahead of a day of exploring the peninsula.
After your day’s wandering you then have a cosy sitting room complete with an open fire where you can warm your toes and take it easy.
With the sun shining why not take time out in the back garden with a well-earned drink and soak up the rays or with the day drawing to an end take a stroll down to the coast and watch the sunset over Europe.
Allihies will tend to your basic needs, why not visit the pub and get to know the locals.
Be sure to check out the Beara Peninsula and its amazing scenery and beaches and the famous Beara Way passes by the village so pull on your walking boots and start exploring.
Kenmare is within easy reach, a charming town full of charisma, with farmers' markets and excellent restaurants for you to sample or head a bit further and check out the world famous Ring of Kerry.
A great home from home that must be booked right away to avoid disappointment.
Three bedrooms: 1 x double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x twin, 1 x single. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Utility. Sitting room (seats 4) with open fire.
About the location
ALLIHIES, COUNTY CORK
Castletown Bearhaven 7.5 miles.
The village of Allihies in County Cork, on the Western tip of the wild and rugged Beara peninsula, lies in a region of unspoiled natural beauty. Allihies overlooks beautiful Ballydonegan Bay, with its magnificent quartz strand, a direct result of the mining era. Each summer a festival is held in August (around the 15th), with horse racing, novelty events, and dancing in the Community Hall. The village lies on The Ring of Beara, a tourist trail of about 195 kilometres (121 miles) circumnavigating the peninsula. Attractions nearby include Dursey Island, which is linked to the mainland by a Cable Car and is the only such ride in Europe to cross over water. The island is also a recognised Bird Sanctuary, with numerous species, rare and otherwise, seen regularly. There are also many coastal and countryside walks and quaint villages to enjoy. A great location for exploring West Cork.