Waterville 1.3 miles.
This cosy, detached cottage is located just over a mile from the coastal village of Waterville, close to both the Wild Atlantic Way and the Ring of Kerry.
Set close to Lough Currane, this charming holiday home is an excellent base for a family or friends looking to spend time together and do some scenic sightseeing around County Kerry.
This lovely cottage has a kitchen with sitting area and a solid fuel stove, which will keep you warm while preparing a scrumptious meal.
After dinner, with everyone fed and watered, you can plan the next day’s adventures around the dining table before calling it a night and retreating back to the sitting area or to the two comfortable bedrooms for a good night’s sleep.
To the back of the property, the children can play in the garden while the grown-ups take a seat and catch a glimpse of Lough Currane, whilst enjoying the last of the day’s rays with a well-earned drink.
With a sandy beach nearby, two great golf courses offering fantastic views, along with local seafood restaurants, you will not be disappointed.
The popular village of Waterville sits in the bay of Ballinskelligs, a popular destination for holidaymakers, set on one of Ireland’s magnificent coastal routes, the well-known Ring of Kerry.
Take a boat trip and explore the Skellig Islands, or visit the archaeological site on Church Island in Lough Currane, which also offers some of the best salmon and trout fishing in Europe.
Further afield, is the village of Glenbeigh and the beach at Rossbeigh is an absolute must go destination on your places to visit.
This delightful cottage is a convenient base for exploring County Kerry.
About the location
WATERVILLE, COUNTY KERRY
Cahersiveen 10 miles; Dingle 61 miles; Killarney 50 miles.
Nestled between Ballinskelligs Bay and Lough Currane, sits Waterville, the premier coastal tourist centre on the Ring of Kerry. Surrounded by mountains and lakeland, Waterville also offers a fine sandy beach, two golf courses, one being a championship 18-hole course, a selection of restaurants and bars, as well as interesting archaeological remains. Enjoy walks along the wonderful Kerry Way, or angling and fishing on one of the area’s many excellent rivers or lakes. Take a boat trip to the Skellig Rocks, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and enjoy fabulous vistas across the bay, coupled with seeing one of Europe’s best-known and oldest monasteries. Other trips of note are Valentia Island, with its superb views to Skellig Rocks, Slea Head and the Blasket Islands, a trip to Dingle, or a visit to the bustling coastal town of Cahersiveen, which is only 10 miles away. There are also great beaches for surfing and watersports along this stretch of coastline, for both adults and children. Waterville is situated in the Kerry International Dark-Sky Reserve, the only Dark-Sky reserve in the Northern Hemisphere and, impressively, one of only three Gold-tier level reserves in the world! A great base from which to explore the south west coast, and famous Ring of Kerry.