Castlemaine 2.5 miles.
A delightful detached cottage situated in the hamlet of Boolteens, close to Castlemaine in County Kerry.
This Boolteens cottage features welcoming and homely accommodation, boasting beautiful views across Macgillycuddy Reeks mountain range.
Guests will feel right at home in this cottage near Castlemaine, with its three cosy, comfortable bedrooms and spacious sitting room; the perfect place to settle after a long day seeking the sights of Kerry.
The hamlet of Boolteens is served by a shop and pub, which offers quality food, and within a short drive, the amenities of Castlemaine can be found.
A picturesque journey in the other direction brings you to one of Ireland’s premier beaches at Inch.
The expansive, golden strand is Blue Flag certified and stretches for over five miles into the unspoilt Atlantic.
The beach offers watersports and has safe swimming areas, and after a day partaking in seaside fun and frolics, you can retire to the waterside restaurant, and admire the stunning surrounding scenery.
This Boolteens cottage is also ideally located for touring the beautiful Dingle and Iveragh Peninsulas.
Take a boat trip to the Blasket Islands and you may be lucky enough to spot dolphins on the way!
Tour the famous Ring of Kerry for yet more coastal delights and beach hideaways, or stroll along the Kerry Way for a different perspective on this special landscape.
The popular town of Killarney is also close by with a multitude of shops, bars and events to enjoy, and so whether it’s an active break or simply relaxation that you’re searching for, this cottage near Castlemaine is the perfect choice.
About the location
CASTLEMAINE, COUNTY KERRY
Booltens 2 miles; Tralee 10 miles; Inch 11 miles; Killarney National Park 13 miles.
The small village of Castlemaine is the gateway to the Dingle Peninsula and the Ring of Kerry, and is located on the harbour of Castlemaine. The charming village of Boolteens, just two miles outside Castlemaine, offers year-round dining and weekend entertainment in the welcoming bars, while the lively town of Tralee is nearby, offering a broad range of amenities, museums, shopping and restaurants, and a number of great walking and cycling opportunities, including the North Kerry Way. It is centrally located to enjoy both the world-famous Ring of Kerry and Dingle Peninsula. Formed out of the Slieve Mish mountain range, the Dingle Peninsula offers great walking and lovely views, and the long sandy beach at Inch is worth a visit. Discover the fishing, golf, beaches and walking along the Ring of Kerry, or try one of the many pubs and restaurants nearby. A lovely location, with endless possibilities.