Boolteens 2.5 miles.
A traditional holiday cottage, located close to the quiet village of Boolteens, overlooking Castlemaine harbour on the coast of Kerry.
Well-situated with fantastic views, this property will make an excellent starting point for those looking to see what County Kerry has to offer.
All set on the ground floor, there are two good-sized bedrooms, along with an open plan living area, which contains a kitchen, dining area and sitting area; an excellent place for keeping everyone together while a tasty meal is being rustled up after a day out and about.
Alternatively, take the plates outside and have yourself a picnic, while looking out to Castlemaine Harbour.
Afterwards retreat indoors and warm your toes up in front of the open fire while dozing off or work off dinner by going for a walk, where you will find some amazing scenery on offer.
Take yourself to Inch Beach and look out over the Atlantic or pull on the walking boots and head towards the mountains and see the beauty of the surrounding area from a new perspective.
Head a bit further afield and discover the beauty of the Dingle Peninsula, making your way up the winding Conor Pass is a must, where you can look out over both sides of the peninsula and the town of Dingle.
Alternatively, head inland to places like Tralee, Killorglin and Killarney where you will discover plenty of Irish culture, history, tradition and fine local cuisine.
A fantastic holiday cottage for all the family to enjoy!
All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x family room with 1 double and 1 single. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with open fire. Utility.
About the location
BOOLTEENS, COUNTY KERRY
Castlemaine 2 miles; Tralee 12.5 miles; Dingle 25 miles.
The small village of Boolteens is located very close to the Wild Atlantic Way, only two miles from the village of Castlemaine, on the Dingle Peninsula, with easy access to the Ring of Kerry. Nearby Castlemaine offers year-round dining and weekend entertainment in the welcoming bars, whilst the lively town of Tralee is a little further afield, boasting a broad range of amenities, museums, shops and restaurants, as well as a number of great walking and cycling opportunities too. The Dingle Peninsula provides excellent walking and wonderful views, and the long sandy beach at Inch is well worth a visit. A fantastic location, with endless possibilities.