Ballyferriter 2 miles.
This bright and spacious detached property lies in the secluded countryside of Ballineanig near Ballyferriter on the Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry.
Superbly decorated and furnished and offering flexible and welcoming accommodation, this large family Ballyferriter cottage makes a superb base to get together and relax.
The ground floor has an excellent open plan living area with a comfy sitting area, central open fire, sunny dining area with doors to the garden, along with a well-equipped, contemporary kitchen.
With a second sitting room on the first floor, and a mezzanine area with table football, there is plenty of space for everyone to spread out and make the most of their time at this lovely Ballyferriter cottage.
The four bedrooms, two with en-suites, and three bathrooms are spread over both floors at this Ballyferriter cottage, ensuring guests of all ages and mobility can enjoy their stay.
Outside this Ballyferriter cottage is an enclosed lawned garden with patio area and furniture, while at the bottom of the driveway runs a bubbling stream, crossed by a bridge.
This cottage near Ballyferriter offers easy access to the attractions of the Dingle Peninsula.
Natural wonders include the Blasket Islands and Mount Brandon, while lazy days can be enjoyed amongst the Gaelic-speaking residents of the nearby villages for a true Irish experience.
Visit Dingle to explore the shops or take a fishing trip out to sea.
A wonderful Ballyferriter cottage for a memorable family getaway.
About the location
BALLYFERRITER, COUNTY KERRY
Dunquin 5 miles; Dingle 7 miles; Inch 22 miles.
The pretty village of Ballyferriter nestles quietly near the tip of the Dingle Peninsula in County Kerry. Home to a selection of local facilities including pubs, a shop, and a small hotel, and flanked by towering mountains, rugged coastlines and sandy beaches, this traditional Irish village is the perfect base for those wishing to relax, or to explore the great outdoors. Ballyferriter is also one of Ireland's most prominent Gaeltacht villages, where the traditional Gaelic language is widely spoken amongst the local residents, giving visitors a truly immersive experience, and exposure to this ancient culture. The natural surroundings will enrapture visitors, with the magnificent Blasket Islands only a short boat ride away, and Mount Brandon - the second tallest mountain in the country and a great challenge for avid walkers - also close by. Be sure to visit the nearby town of Dingle; with an unrivalled selection of Irish pubs, shops and visitor attractions, and a harbour full of boats offering excursions and fishing trips, it is one of the most popular destinations in the west of Ireland.