Cahersiveen 3.7 miles.
Tucked away in a peaceful position by Coonanna Harbour, near the colourful town of Cahersiveen in County Kerry, is this homely, detached cottage.
Traditionally decorated throughout, this cottage offers comfort and provides an ideal retreat for a romantic getaway or somewhere for a small family to enjoy time together, with many wonderful things to see and do nearby.
This cosy cottage has two charming bedrooms, one of which is located on the upper mezzanine floor and offers spectacular views of the sea and surrounding region.
The small but well-equipped kitchen caters for all your needs and after an evening of wining and dining, you can kick back and share stories in front of the woodburner before getting a good night’s rest in preparation for the following day’s activities.
Located just a few yards from your cottage is Coonanna harbour, a stunning, secluded bay where the Atlantic gently grazes the mainland, decorated with pretty fishing boats.
The area is peaceful and unspoilt, offering many wonderful walks and cycling routes.
The vibrant market town of Cahersiveen is located on the famous Ring of Kerry and is home to colourful shops, pubs and restaurants, where local seafood must be sampled!
Culture and tradition have a strong reputation here in Cahersiveen, with plenty of pubs showcasing live traditional music.
From Cahersiveen, there are many things to see and do within easy reach including boat trips to the magnificent Skelligs, Valentia Island, Rossbeigh Beach and the quaint seaside village of Waterville.
All of these and much more are on the doorstep of this cottage.
Mostly ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x mezzanine twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. External utility. Sitting room with woodburner.
About the location
CAHERSIVEEN, COUNTY KERRY
Killarney 38 miles.
The lively coastal town of Cahersiveen, birthplace of Daniel O'Connell, is ideally situated aside the River Fertha, at the foot of the Beentee Mountain, in beautiful County Kerry. Renowned in the 1800s for the salting of Atlantic fish, today the town retains strong links with the ocean, boasting an excellent harbour and a superb marina offering sailing, trout and salmon fishing and deep-sea angling opportunities. Cahersiveen provides an eclectic mix of traditional pubs and modern venues, together with a host of cafés, restaurants and interesting craft and antique shops, whilst monthly street fairs present visitors with an ideal opportunity to peruse the colourful stalls of curiosities and local produce. Cahersiveen is the principle town of the Kerry International Dark Sky Reserve making it a wonderful base for astronomers. Explore the nearby hidden coves, walk the Kerry Way, visit two stone forts, discover the fascinating archaeological remains at nearby Waterville, or take a short drive or ferry crossing to the lovely Valentia Island. Skellig Michael is also well worth a visit, it is one of two impressive sea crags set in the Atlantic Ocean and was also used as the setting for scenes in the Star Wars film, The Force Awakens. With plenty to see and do, you'll want to return to this fabulous location time and time again.