Kenmare 1.5 miles.
Falls View is a well-presented, detached cottage sat overlooking the picturesque Sheen Falls near the County Kerry town of Kenmare.
For a group of friends, family or couples wanting to discover the countryside, towns and scenery of the area, this is a delightful place to base your stay.
Step into the cottage, to your left lies the homely sitting room, here you can sit back and relax on the sofa whilst watching TV with the roaring, period open fireplace to keep you warm.
The spacious, well-presented kitchen/diner is the ideal place to prepare and enjoy each mealtime as a group.
The ground floor features the first of three delightful double bedrooms, boasting pleasant bed linen and an en-suite and a fresh, white en-suite shower room.
Head up the wonderful, open tread wooden staircase and arrive at the two other double bedrooms, these similarly decorated and both also provide charming en-suite facilities.
The interior of Falls View is topped off with a crisp family bathroom, perfect to indulge yourself in after exploring all that the area has to offer.
Enjoy walks right from your doorstep, a stroll along the picture-postcard Roughty River takes you into the attractive town of Kenmare, here you can sample its fine range of amenities and pretty buildings.
For some serious walking and cycling, take the journey north to the Killarney National Park, venture through the other side and reach the wondrous town of Killarney with its majestic castle and lakeside golf course.
Come and stay at Falls View to get a true experience of what County Kerry can offer.
About the location
KENMARE, COUNTY KERRY
Glengarriff 19 miles; Killarney 25 miles.
A picturesque town situated on the stunning Bay of Kenmare, overlooking the gleaming Atlantic Ocean. Beautiful beaches, wildlife and lovely scenery abound here. The coastline is rugged with sandy beaches close by, while pebble beaches surround the bay itself. Kenmare is an interesting town, full of character and colour, with long winding streets setting the scene for farmers' markets, artists' galleries, lovely little boutiques and some of the best restaurants in Ireland! The town is also situated on the Ring of Kerry and Wild Atlantic Way. The famous town of Killarney has an abundance of attractions, pubs, festivals and its National Park is about 35 minutes’ drive away, and though there is much to see and do here, the pace of life is still leisurely and unhurried. With the Beara and Dingle Peninsulas nearby and the Ring of Kerry and Wild Atlantic Way to explore, makes this an ideal base for exploring Kerry to Cork. This great location is not to be missed!