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.