4.9★ Sykes rating 6 Guests 3 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms Pets No Features Off road parking Ground floor bedroom Open fire Garden / Patio Washing machine Dishwasher Broadband / WiFi Reviews & Ratings Accuracy of the listing Cleanliness Comfort Facilities and Maintenance Search All reviews cottage (8) views (7) location (5) owner (5) kerry (4) comfortable (4) 13 Customer Reviews "The cottage is in a beautiful setting with wonderful views over the bay and mountains." Every evening it was a pleasure just to sit and take in the views. The cottage is also on the Kerry Way with some stunning walks straight from the door. Just a note for visitors the water for the whole are has a brownish tinge from the tannin so a big bottle of water for drinking might be a good idea. Reviewed by Rebecca5.0★Sep 2023 "Very nice, spacy and comfortable accomodation, with great views and many possibilities for excursions and hikes." Quiet environment. The facilities are good and complete. Renewal of the toilet seats and eventually the washstand in the bathrooms would boost the overall impression of the accomodation. I recommend the holiday property. Reviewed by Zoltan4.4★Jun 2023 "A very clean, tidy and well equipped cottage." Breath taking views from the cottage A great location for walking and getting around Car is essential Reviewed by David4.7★Jun 2022 "Was listed as detached property ,private." But the owner lives next door and has open access from his property to the rental property tru a hedge. For privacy should be a gate put up ,for both parties. ,as when sitting in back your loooking at the owners and whoever else there as its a garage.. but property perfect ,views absolutely amazing. Just value my privacy.. Reviewed by Bernard4.7★Jul 2021 "The location is secluded and lovely." The scenery is superb, with stunning views from the dining room areas. All rooms comfortable and extremely clean. We are already considering going back there again next year, it was that lovely. Reviewed by Stephen5.0★Oct 2019 "The views from the cottage were stunning and the owner was friendly and helpful ..." The views from the cottage were stunning and the owner was friendly and helpful with locally knowledge highly recommended the cottage Reviewed by Steve4.7★May 2019 "It was the view that sold this to us and, when we got there, it was more spectacular than we could have imagined." What a location! The cottage is massive and comes complete with all mod cons (washer, dryer, dishwasher etc.). It's accessed up a narrow road from the main Ring of Kerry route but is easy to find, especially if you follow the signs to the adjoining garage (which was not at all noisy). As one would expect given the remote location there's no internet but a good 3G/4G mobile signal so you can use a smartphone as a mobile hotspot (data permitting). This was good enough to watch Sky Sports on a laptop. All rooms are spacious and comfortable and the owner, Mr Sweeney, is happy to help when required. Reviewed by Richard5.0★May 2019 "Cottage was off the beaten track a little but was also close to everything would highly recommend it 10 out of 10" Reviewed by Martin5.0★Sep 2018 "Fabulous cottage well equipped with extra and great location" Reviewed by Lisa5.0★Jul 2018 "We didn’t have to refer to the owner, who was nearby, much after our meeting on arrival but he was very helpful when asked." Reviewed by Paul And Marion5.0★Jul 2018 "The cottage was the best we have ever stayed in, the views were breathtaking, we were fortunate to be there when it was sunny and hot for the whole 7 days, narrow lane to access the property, amenities a short drive away, but this was far outweighed, looking over Kenmare Bay, spectacular, we really wanted to stay longer where as normally we are getting ready to return home to our home comforts, not on this occasion." Reviewed by Jane5.0★Jun 2018 "A cottage with an exceptional sea view, very pleasant, very clean and comfortable, well located in the kerry" Reviewed by Brient5.0★Apr 2017 "The view was brilliant (on a good-weather day), but the road access was a little tricky." The property was very much better equipped than most self-catering cottages we've stayed in and everything worked. It was very spacious. Very quiet location. Good access to the Kerry Way itself. The owner was very amenable. It was better than the last Sykes property we stayed in. Reviewed by Mike4.4★Aug 2016 There are no reviews featuring this term Show all reviews Show more Hide all Summary All ground floor Three bedrooms: 1 x double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 2 x double Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC Fitted kitchen with dining area Utility Sitting room with open fire Summer room. Oil central heating with open fire Electric oven with gas hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD, CD/radio, selection of books and games Oil and electric charged by meter reading Starter pack for open fire inc. in rent Bed linen and towels inc. in rent Ample off road parking Lawned garden to front with furniture Sorry, no pets and no smoking Shop, pub and beach 2 miles. The property A modern detached holiday cottage commanding a spectacular position near the village of Castlecove, County Kerry. This Castlecove cottage offers holidaymakers superb accommodation combined with outstanding views across the bay towards the Beara Peninsula. Ideal for families and friends, this single-storey Castlecove cottage has three well-appointed bedrooms, one with an en-suite as well as a spacious kitchen with dining area and cosy sitting room complete with roaring open fire. The wonderful summer room affords guests an uninterrupted view or why not step outside and take the air as you savour the beautiful countryside that is characteristic to the Iveragh Peninsula. The village of Castlecove is an excellent starting point for exploring the famous Ring of Kerry. Nearby, you have the unspoilt beaches at White Strand, O'Carroll's Cove and Derrynane with safe swimming available and many other activities such as horse riding and a variety of water sports. Soak up the views as you make your way over the Beenarourke Pass to the quaint town of Waterville and enjoy a spot of fishing in Ballinskelligs Bay or on Lough Currane. You could also take a boat trip to the Skellig Islands, visit the unique and historic Loher and Staigue stone forts or Daniel O'Connoll's birthplace at Derrynane House. There are also ample opportunities for walkers, golfers and wildlife enthusiasts, making this Castlecove cottage a perfect choice for your Irish break. About the location CASTLECOVE, COUNTY KERRY Sneem 9 miles; Waterville 12 miles; Kenmare 25 miles. The enchanting village of Castlecove lies on the famous Ring of Kerry, on the Iveragh Peninsula in County Kerry. The area is surrounded by majestic scenery and beautiful beaches such as those at White Strand and Derrynane. The nearby village of Waterville offers a plethora of shops, pubs and restaurants, and is also the departure point for boat trips to the spectacular Skellig Islands. The towns of Kenmare and Killarney are also within easy reach making this the ideal location for a memorable Irish break.