Knocknagoshel 2.7 miles.
A beautiful detached stone cottage situated in an elevated position close to the village of Knocknagoshel, County Kerry.
This cottage has been designed to combine a traditional exterior with a contemporary interior.
The cottage has a double bedroom, a single with an additional stacker bed and two sofa beds.
Superb insulation means that comfort is assured and the cottage has been specifically designed to accommodate wheelchair users with widened door frames, a wet room and large exterior double doors meaning every consideration has been taken for individual holidaymakers.
Outside is a decking area where you can sit and enjoy the unrivalled privacy and isolation, whilst you soak up the far-reaching views and just a hundred yards from the cottage is a stone beehive where you can relax and light the woodburning stove.
The owners keep donkeys and horses, so children in your party will be able to make new friends for life!
The village of Knocknagoshel is close by and the local pubs have an authentic Irish feel where a warm welcome is guaranteed.
The spectacular Crag Cave is only a few miles away with attractions for young and old.
This Kerry cottage is also in an ideal position for touring the stunning County Kerry with Tralee, Dingle and Killarney all within easy reach or why not head for a day at the beach at Bannastrand, Ballyheigue or Ballybunion?
This cottage is a perfect rural haven for your Irish self-catering holiday.
About the location
KNOCKNAGOSHEL, COUNTY KERRY
Castleisland 12 miles; Tralee 16 miles.
The charming, rural village of Knocknagoshel, known as 'The Hilltop Village,' quietly rests amidst beautiful countryside and offers a village shop, several pubs and a Post Office, whilst providing a lovely base from which to explore all the attractions of County Kerry. The nearby busy market town of Castleisland (Oilean Ciarrai in Irish) is just 12 miles away and offers a range of amenities, mostly located on its main street recognised as the second widest main street in Ireland (second only to Dublin). Explore the caves situated under the town, or visit the nearby Glenruddy Mountains to the north or the Stacks to the west, known as part of 'The Vale of Tralee', at the mouth of which Castleisland is situated. With Tralee itself also within easy driving distance, this lovely location has plenty to offer!