Lixnaw 2 miles.
A spacious brick-built, detached bungalow in a lovely rural location, two miles from the village of Lixnaw in County Kerry.
This lovely cottage has been well decorated and furnished to offer warm, welcoming accommodation for all.
The large sitting room has wooden flooring and an open fire, while the kitchen is well-equipped and has a dining table with chairs.
The main double bedroom has an en-suite shower room tucked behind a 'secret' door, while the other two bedrooms are also spacious and comfortable.
Outside there is plenty of space, with large lawned gardens providing an ideal spot for alfresco dining or family games.
Lixnaw offers a shop and pub and the town of Listowel is just five miles away, with arts and crafts events throughout the year, a variety of shops, restaurants and pubs and a farmers' market on Fridays.
In July and August, enjoy the ever popular dancing in Finuge, and discover a piece of real Irish tradition.
This part of Kerry has much to offer, from the beaches at Ballybunion, plenty of golf and walking to riding and angling, and this welcoming cottage makes a great base from which to enjoy it all.
All ground floor. Three bedrooms: 1 x double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 2 x twin. Bathroom with bath, separate shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. External utility with WC. Sitting room (seats 4) with open fire.
About the location
LIXNAW, COUNTY KERRY
Listowel 5 miles.
The small village of Lixnaw, which means 'swimming flagstones' in Irish, is set in the heart of rural north Kerry, and offers a shop and a pub. There is also an unusual Korean War Memorial, which pays tribute to the brave soldiers from Ireland who lost their lives fighting for the US in the Korean War. The Ceolann in the village is a centre which incorporates a theatre, music shop and a museum/library. The traditional town of Listowel, 5 miles from Lixnaw, has much to offer visitors, including a wide variety of top quality shops, award-winning restaurants, attractive streetscapes and a golf club. The surrounding area offers horse riding, walking, angling, tennis and a selection of festivals held throughout the year, while the Kerry coastline, including the beach at Ballybunion, is not to be missed.