Ballinskelligs 1.5 miles.
This cosy, detached, coastal cottage lies on the Wild Atlantic Way on the outskirts of the village of Ballinskelligs, in County Kerry.
This lovely cottage offers a comfortable and homely abode for families and friends to enjoy, whilst touring this breathtakingly scenic region.
With glorious sea views of Ballinskelligs Bay to the rear, this charming cottage has a spacious open plan living area which comprises a fitted kitchen, a dining area and a relaxing sitting area complete with an open fire for those cosy nights in with your loved ones.
For a little bit of quiet time, you can relax with a good book in the separate sitting room which features an electric stove, the perfect place to unwind and switch off.
Three comfortable bedrooms complete the accommodation, where you will be sure to enjoy a peaceful night’s sleep.
On those sunny evenings and afternoons, guests can enjoy a spot of alfresco dining on the outdoor deck as the sun sets over the bay.
Take the short stroll to the secluded Meelagulleen Beach for a day paddling in the sea and building sandcastles.
Just a short drive away is the village of Ballinskelligs, which is famed for its stunning views and coastal scenery.
Long ago, the Skellig monks settled here and called it the nearest thing to heaven.
Home to a local shop, pub and Post Office, this quiet village is the perfect destination to enjoy the Ring of Kerry and all that is has to offer.
There are plenty of attractions and activities within easy reach, including boat trips to the historic Skellig Michael, the Kerry Dark Sky Night Reserve, a Blue Flag beach and the famous Castle on the beach, the McCarthy Mor Tower, together with the 12th century abbey.
A truly special place for all the family to enjoy.
All ground floor. Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x double, 1 x twin. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area (seats 5) with open fire. Sitting room (seats 5) with sofa bed and electric stove.
About the location
BALLINSKELLIGS, COUNTY KERRY
Waterville 8 miles; Portmagee 10 miles; Cahersiveen 10 miles.
Located on the magnificent Skellig Ring between Waterville and Valentia Island, on the forthcoming Wild Atlantic Way, with wild rugged coastlines, scattered islands, vast mountains and high passes, the seaside area of Ballinskelligs sits on the attractive Ballinskelligs Bay and is an Irish-speaking area with a unique history and culture. Once the land base for the monks of Skellig Michael, the surrounding area has numerous prehistoric and early Christian ruins along its shores. The area is renowned for its miles of golden beaches and turquoise waters and offers excellent swimming and watersports on the Blue Flag beach, along with boat trips to the Skelligs, walking in the Ballinskellig/Bolus Head Loop and cycling. A visit to the Skelligs Chocolate Factory is a must! There are plenty of world class golf courses nearby, Waterville has an 18-hole championship golf course, just nine miles away, there's also Dooks Golf Links at Glenbeigh, and those at Killarney and Tralee. With a mini-market, a pub and a restaurant in the village of Dungegan, pub/restaurant on the seafront in Ballinskelligs and restaurants in Portmagee, Waterville and Cahersiveen, this is a perfect base for a family holiday by the sea!