Kilgarvan 2 miles.
A well-presented detached cottage, located close to the friendly village of Kilgarvan in South Kerry.
This family-friendly cottage near Kilgarvan offers spacious accommodation for groups wishing to relax and unwind in one of Kerry's most scenic regions.
With the accommodation entirely across the ground floor, this Kilgarvan cottage offers three bedrooms, two doubles and a single.
You can wine, dine and entertain your loved ones in the large fitted kitchen with dining area, or why not open the French doors to enjoy your meal outdoors in the evening sunshine?
On crisp nights, you can put your feet up in front of the open fire in the sitting room, and enjoy some downtime with your favourite book.
With a spacious lawn, children at this Kilgarvan cottage can play to their hearts' content, whilst adults can enjoy the peace and quiet of the surrounding countryside.
The rural village of Kilgarvan has two welcoming pubs and a local shop, and is surrounded by scenic countryside that boasts a strong farming community, popular with tourists due to the tranquillity it offers.
Just ten minutes' drive from Kilgarvan is Kenmare, which has a plethora of pubs, eateries, galleries and craft shops.
Kenmare also has a strong traditional music heritage, and experiencing a session in one of the lively pubs is a must!
There are numerous attractions nearby; take a walk through the beautiful Killarney National Park or hop on one of Killarney's Jaunting Cars to see the city's sights from a new perspective.
A wonderful cottage near Kilgarvan, with a fantastic variety of things to see and do.
About the location
KILGARVAN, COUNTY KERRY
Kenmare 8 miles; Killarney 20 miles.
The small rural town of Kilgarvan is on the road between Kenmare and Clonkeen, in a strong farming community in County Kerry, Ireland. The town offers shops, pubs and a restaurant. Ideal for those who love the great outdoors, Kilgarvan is south of Killarney National Park and to the north of Gougane Barra Forest Park. For those who prefer two wheels to two feet, the Beara Kilgarvan cycling route passes through the village. Eight miles away is the town of Kenmare, filled with restaurants, craft and art shops, and pubs playing traditional Irish music. Nearby Kenmare Bay is 30 miles long, and offers watersports such as sailing and kayaking, or cruises on the “Seafari” to take in the Kenmare Seal Colony.