Portmagee 5 miles.
This cosy, homely detached cottage is resting close to the village of Portmagee, offering a charming base to return to after a day exploring the local area.
With two bedrooms, this retreat is ideal for a small family or couples looking to make the most of a peaceful getaway.
Enter into the lovely hallway and just ahead of you lies a family bathroom.
The open plan living area is a comfortable place to relax amongst the cosy features and open fire.
With plenty of seating, including a sofa and arm chair, you will look forward to spending some time socialising here in the evening.
The dining table seats up to six, so everyone can gather together for those home cooked meals and enjoy some fresh air afterwards, with patio doors that lead you outside.
The well equipped kitchen presents space to prepare your favourite meals, home to all of the essentials you need to feel right at home.
Close by, a neatly designed twin bedroom is ideal for either children or adults to enjoy a peaceful nights sleep, and the front facing master bedroom boasts an en-suite shower room.
Take a stroll outside to be at one with the rural setting, which offers a peaceful stay all year round.
The village of Portmagee hosts pubs, restaurants and Irish dancing.
The famous Skellig Island Boat Trips are only two minutes from the village, while the area also offers great walking on the Kerry Way, magnificent scenery, great cycling routes, diving, angling and horse riding.
Make the most of this wonderful location.
About the location
PORTMAGEE, COUNTY KERRY
Cahersiveen 10 miles.
Portmagee is a small fishing village situated on the south western most tip of the Iveragh Peninsula in County Kerry, Ireland. Known as the gateway to Valentia Island, Portmagee is also located on the Skellig Ring, an offshoot of the stunning Ring of Kerry, which is home to the amazing Skellig Rock. Portmagee offers pubs, restaurants and Irish dancing, which takes place twice a week all year round. The famous Skellig Island Boat Trips are only 2 minutes from the village, while the area also offers great walking on the Kerry Way, magnificent scenery, great cycling routes, diving, angling, horse riding, Heritage Centres including The Skellig Experience, and some of the best sandy beaches in the country. The town of Cahersiveen is 10 miles away, boasting an excellent harbour and marina offering sailing, trout and salmon fishing and deep-sea angling opportunities. Cahersiveen also offers traditional pubs, cafés, restaurants, interesting craft and antique shops, and monthly street fairs selling curiosities and local produce. Some scenes for Star Wars: The Force Awakens were filmed in the area, so you can follow in the footsteps of Luke Skywalker and friends and pretend to be Jedi warrior!