Glenbeigh 3 miles.
A welcoming, single-storey detached cottage situated three miles from the fishing village of Glenbeigh in County Kerry.
Boasting mountain views, this modern Glenbeigh cottage is ideal for couples and small families who wish to explore the wonderful Ring of Kerry.
Inside your homely cottage near Glenbeigh is a lovely sitting room with warming open fire, perfect to sit in front off on chilly evenings, or open the French doors to the well-equipped kitchen, which has everything you need to cook hearty, homemade meals.
There are two cosy and well-presented bedrooms at this spacious Kerry holiday home with one offering an en-suite and mountain views, and after a good night’s sleep, why not enjoy a morning coffee in the conservatory before venturing out and exploring the area?
Just a five-minute drive away is the Blue Flag sandy beach of Rossbeigh Strand, where watersports can be enjoyed, and only a few miles away is the village of Glenbeigh, with its selection of traditional inns and restaurants.
Exploring the Ring of Kerry is a must whilst staying at this Glenbeigh cottage, and the beautiful Killarney National Park is close by.
This delightful Glenbeigh self-catering cottage is a perfect base for all the delights that Kerry has to offer.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with open fire. Conservatory.
About the location
GLENBEIGH, COUNTY KERRY
Killorglin 8 miles.
The small fishing village of Glenbeigh quietly rests on the northern section of the beautiful Ring of Kerry, at the foot of the Seefin Mountain, just 8 miles from Killorglin. Set amidst spectacular scenery, this lovely village offers a wealth of traditional inns and good restaurants, whilst providing easy access to the Blue Flag beach at Rossbeigh Strand, a sandy beach stretching over 4 miles, renowned for its safe swimming, adventure sports and paragliding. The surrounding area boasts a wealth of activities including sport-fishing, some of the best bass fishing in Ireland, horse riding, golf and canoeing, whilst the Coomasaharn horse-shoe mountain to the south, Seefin and Curra to the east and west and Slievemish to the north provide great walking opportunities and stunning views. A variety of access paths to the McGillycuddy Reeks (Ireland's highest mountains) are just a fifteen minute drive away, and with the pretty town of Killorglin also within easy reach, this beautiful area has plenty for all the family to explore!
Note: Children over 2 years only.