Ballybunnion 3 miles.
A delightful, detached, self-contained house located next to the owner’s home and just a short drive from the popular seaside resort of Ballybunnion, County Kerry.
This lovely, single-storey Ballybunnion cottage has been furnished to a modern standard and provides welcoming accommodation, perfect for a couple looking to discover this beautiful area of the Emerald Isle.
Despite the setting, this ground floor cottage near Ballybunnion offers privacy, as the bright and airy living area looks across the fields and hills of north Kerry.
The cosy bedroom offers a walk-in, en-suite facility and the rear patio area, accessed through double doors in the sitting room, is the perfect spot to catch the sun and discuss the day’s activities with your loved one.
There is a scenic six-mile circular walk from the doorstep that allows you to truly soak in your picturesque surroundings.
The nearby town of Ballybunnion is awash with superb facilities, including a variety of shops, bars and restaurants and of course the world-famous golf course.
The beaches are spectacular and framed by impressive cliffs; the ideal setting for a sunset walk.
The coastline of this section of the Wild Atlantic Way is varied and beautiful, with further unspoilt beaches at Ballyheigue and Banna Strand.
A visit to the nearby Bromore Cliffs is also a must, as is a dolphin spotting trip on the Shannon estuary.
The bustling market town of Listowel is just a short drive away, where you will find its popular racecourse.
Tralee can be reached in just over half an hour's drive, where each year the international Rose of Tralee festival welcomes visitors from around the globe.
Head further south for the Dingle Peninsula and Ring of Kerry, with further breathtaking drives and walks available.
Visit Killarney and its wonderful national park and experience one of the many festivals and events that take over the town.
With so much to see and do, and with wonderful transport links to the Kerry and Shannon Airports, this Ballybunnion cottage is one you’ll want to return to again and again.
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.