Ballybunion 1.4 miles.
Boasting stunning views, this superb detached cottage is situated on a quiet estate, close to the popular seaside village of Ballybunion, County Kerry.
This delightful Ballybunion cottage features an upside down layout with three well-appointed ground floor bedrooms, two of which have en-suite facilities, and a bright and spacious first floor living area that exudes a welcoming feel as soon as you walk through the door.
Guests will feel right at home in this Ballybunion cottage with a first floor well-equipped kitchen, which is ideal for cooking up a delicious meal for family and friends.
Why not dine alfresco on fine days and make the most of the wonderful balcony, which is accessed from the sitting area at this cottage near Ballybunion.
From the balcony you can admire the views across Ballybunion and over the sea towards the mountains of Dingle.
Take a stroll or a short drive to Ballybunion and experience the many shops and bars, all of which offer a friendly welcome, plus the beautiful beach is renowned as one of Ireland's best with safe swimming available.
Follow the cliff paths for an alternative perspective across this picturesque landscape, before stopping for some quality seafood in one of the local restaurants, or you may wish to enjoy a round of golf on one of the most famous courses in Ireland.
This location is ideal for exploring the charming county of Kerry with both the Dingle Peninsula and the Ring of Kerry close by, both of which offer scenery that is guaranteed to take your breath away.
Alternatively, head north and take the ferry across to Clare; maybe you'll spot a dolphin or two!
The towns of Killarney and Tralee are also with easy driving distance, making this Ballybunion cottage a fantastic choice for a memorable Irish break.
About the location
BALLYBUNION, COUNTY KERRY
Listowel 9 miles; Tralee 20 miles.
The popular seaside village of Ballybunion is situated in north County Kerry at the mouth of the Shannon Estuary. It is famous for its seaweed baths, and provides an ideal destination for an unforgettable Irish holiday. The village has two Blue Flag beaches, separated by the ruins of a castle. The castle appears on the world famous emblem of Ballybunion Golf Club, which boasts two separate and challenging links courses. Local bars and restaurants use the best of local fresh produce and serve Irish and international cuisine, and for a spot of culture, visit the Tinteán Theatre, with performances all year round. The sea and cliffs surrounding Ballybunion attract many species of wildlife, including sea otters, seals, porpoises, falcons and dolphins, while on land, the countryside and coastal paths mean the area remains a walker’s paradise. Ballybunion also offers a playground overlooking the beach and an indoor swimming pool and leisure centre, while within easy reach are the amenities of Listowel and Tralee.
Note: Until the end of 2016 this property will accept children. From the beginning of 2017 onwards, this property will only accept children over the age of 10.
Note: No children under 10 years of age.