- Off road parking
- Ground floor accommodation
- Ground floor bedroom
- Garden / Patio
- Highchair available
- Washing machine
- Broadband / WiFi
Reviews & Ratings
22 Customer Reviews
"Lovely situation: views over to Carrauntoohil and the Reeks."
Tucked away in a nice quiet spot: on a clear night, the view of the stars was amazing. Great location for hiking and biking, although the climb up the hill at the end of the day is tough on the legs! Kerry and family were very friendly.
"House was clean and on good location."
Not very luxurious considered the price range. Heating was scheduled automatically and not always to our comfort. (Cold) Washing machine available,but no dryer so very hard to get towels and clothing dry. Noisy dog was locked up every night in doghouse next too (!!) the rented bungalow bedroom.
"The house and views were amazing, house was spotless and nice."
The only complaint is the heating never came on so the house was cold. We were told by the hosts to not attempt to mess with the buttons that the hearing was on a timer but it wasn't, so in the evenings there was a bit of a chill. The hosts did not check In with us during our stay either. Other than that it was an enjoyable stay.
"Lovely cottage in a beautiful position looking towards the mountains."
Very rural and quiet, and only a few miles from Killarney. Had a very enjoyable stay there.
"Warm and comfortable cottage."
Exactly what we needed
"Really enjoyed our stay."
Great views, house was warm and comfortable
"We had a lovely week here during our stay in Kerry."
The house is slightly more remote than expected but we had no trouble finding it. You won't have any mobile phone reception at all due to the location but Wi-Fi is included and works fine (which also includes Netflix for the rainy days). The location of the property is perfect for any holidays in Kerry. It's near the ring of Kerry and just a short drive from Killarney, the Carrauntoohil, the Gap of Dunloe and many other amazing places in the area. Kerry, the owner was very helpful and made sure we had everything we needed. An occasional visit from one of the many pets on the property made this a great experience overall. If you plan to visit Co. Kerry and Ard Na Glen is available, don't hesitate to book it, you won't regret it.
"We really enjoyed staying at Ard Na Glen."
The owners were very helpful and it is in a magnificent position with a mountain backdrop. It is ideal to explore a beautiful area of Ireland
"Lovely cottage in the middle of the mountains."
Ideal for a quiet retreat. Also ample hiking and climbing/fishing available.Place was impeccably clean.
"The holiday was fantastic."
The weather was great. The views around the property was brillant. Will visit again.
"Although it’s in a rural setting it is ideal for getting away from it all."
It’s a great location for seeing so much of County Kerry. The house is modern and clean and provided so much of what’s needed. The WiFi could’ve been better but I guess the remote setting doesn’t help it. But all in all I would recommend it and would have no hesitation in returning again.
"Amazing place, great host, comfy, well equipped and spacious cottage, lots of hiking trails around."
Would recommend to everyone, whether looking for a quiet break or an adventure - it's perfect.
"The house was lovely and comfortable."
"Perfect accommodation for our holiday stay in a beautiful quiet scenic area with so many wonderful nearby sights to enjoy."
The kindness and hospitality of local people really added to the welcome we experienced from the moment we arrived.
"House was lovely but would have preferred to know we were living in someone's back garden."
The host was hospitable and lovely but I would prefer to be further apart.
"This cottage has a great location."
Wonderful quiet in the hills but only 20'min by car to different great places in Killarney and surrounding. Kerry is a great host. We spent a fantastic week there.
"Ard Na Glen was lovely, it was spotlessly clean and warm and had everything we needed for a lovely holiday and what views from every window, it was so quiet and peaceful, the resident animals the dogs, cats, sheep and pony were all a plus."
It was an easy drive to Killarney (about 10 miles), the ring of Kerry, the Dingle and the Beara peninsulas. It was about a 2 minute drive to The Gap of Dunloe which was stunning. All in all a fabulous holiday in a fabulous part of the world
"Perfect location for Killarney National Park and other days out."
Had everything we needed including WiFi. We would definitely recommend this for a nice break. Great communications from the property owner.
"The cottage is modern & very clean, equipped with a new washing Machine, beds are very comfortable."
Kerry was very friendly and took time to answer our questions. She welcomed us and came back when we leaved, very nice person. The cottage is in a very calm area and there are lots of things to discover in the area.
"Well equipped and family-friendly cottage."
Easy access to Carrauntoohil and Killarney area for walking and good location for exploring Kerry. Very much enjoyed our stay at Ard Na Glen.
"Ard Na Glen was an ideal base for our family holiday in County Kerry."
It lies 4km from the entry to Hags Glen, and has four golf courses within 12km in Beaufort and Killarney . There were a least three blue flag beaches within an hours drive. Cottage is in a small valley, with beautiful views of the hills. The description is completely accurate and we had a great week.
"Ard Na Glen is a nice basic accommodation laying on a really remote location."
The facilities are basic but fine! It is a good place to only sleep near the ring of Kerry and Killarney.
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- All ground floor
- Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin
- Shower room with basin and WC
- Open-plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
- Oil central heating
- Electric oven and hob, microwave, washing machine, TV, WiFi, selection of books and games
- Fuel and power inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Ample off-road parking
- Shared lawn with bench
- Sorry, no pets and no smoking
- Shop 1 mile, pub 2.5 miles.
Ard Na Glen is an immaculate ground floor getaway set at the foot of the Macgillcuddy Reeks, near the stunning County Kerry village of Beaufort.
Boasting a smart minimalist interior with relaxing accommodation for four guests, bring your friends or family along to enjoy this fine cottage.
Enter the property into its refreshing and light living area, benefiting from a soothing open-plan layout.
Firstly, discover the crisp and white kitchen, well-equipped and lined with bright white units.
The other half of the room presents a stylish dining table, along with two comfortable leather sofas in view of the wall-mounted TV - an ideal spot to kick back after trekking the wondrous countryside nearby.
Just off of this room you can find the two bedrooms, made up of a double and a twin, both offering delightfully peaceful spots to recharge your batteries before yet another adventure-filled day.
The interior concludes in style with a contemporary family shower room, its glimmering finish and walk-in shower make it a lavish place to get ready each day.
In front of the property rests a well-kept lawn; take a seat on the bench to appreciate this serene location while the children bounce away on the trampoline.
Many outdoor opportunities are available close at hand; walking, riding, golf and cycling, to name but a few.
Alternatively, head to the wonderful town of Killarney, with popular attractions such as its National Park and dramatic castle.
Ard Na Glen is a wonderful base from which to explore the beautiful region of County Kerry.
About the location
BEAUFORT, COUNTY KERRY
- Killorglin 8 miles
- Killarney 8 miles
Beaufort is a small village situated in a scenic area at the foot of the Macgillycuddy Reeks near the Gap of Dunloe. This is a great location for walking with stunning mountain views. The village has shops, pubs and restaurants, and is situated between Killorglin and Killarney, the latter being a mecca for holidaymakers every year with its wide open countryside, beaches close at hand, annual festivals and great night life, with traditional music played in many of the pubs and bars. A host of activities are available in the area including riding, walking, cycling, golf and fishing, and guided ascents to summit of Carrauntoohil, Ireland's highest mountain.
This property offers the following short breaks:
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