Listowel 4 miles.
This delightful detached cottage is situated next to the owner’s own home, close to the bustling heritage town of Listowel in the northern region of County Kerry.
This peaceful Listowel cottage is the perfect spot for a romantic escape, or simply somewhere to spend some quality time with your loved one, along with being a great base for exploring the Wild Atlantic Way.
This County Kerry cottage boasts a large studio area with two double beds, and a stylish screen divides the sleeping area from the inviting sitting area, which is complemented by French doors that open out to the front garden where you might find the resident chickens popping by to say hello!
There is also a spacious fitted kitchen and dining area, which you will find well-equipped for all your culinary needs.
The lively and welcoming town of Listowel offers a true slice of Irish culture and tradition with many cosy pubs and appetising eateries available.
With many shops and cafes, and a weekly farmers’ market, Listowel is a lovely place to spend a lazy afternoon, plus the town is situated on the banks of the River Feale, which offers fantastic fishing opportunities.
Within easy driving distance of your Listowel cottage are many popular attractions and destinations to pack into your holiday such as the beachside golf course at Ballybunion, the wild and rugged county of Clare, just a short ferry journey away, and if you venture further south you can spend a day exploring the sights of Tralee, one of Kerry’s largest towns.
The famous Ring of Kerry and Ireland’s biggest attraction, the Cliffs of Moher are also within easy reach.
If you're after a peaceful, romantic break with lots so see and do, then this Listowel cottage is certainly for you!
About the location
LISTOWEL, COUNTY KERRY
Tralee 16 miles; Ballybunnion 9 miles.
The bustling market town of Listowel, designated as a Heritage Town of Ireland lies alongside the bubbling River Feale in the beautiful north of County Kerry. Listowel is celebrated as the literary capital of Ireland, and the annual festival is one of Ireland’s most famous, with authors and playwrights from around the world descending upon the town each June. The narrow streets are littered with brightly painted buildings, home to many welcoming shops and pubs, with the latter regularly showcasing traditional Irish music. The town offers something for everyone with a popular racecourse providing two meetings a year, a golf course, a writer's museum, the unique Lartigue Railway, the Garden of Europe, a May Bank Holiday weekend military tattoo, September Harvest Food Fair and a castle. Listowel is within easy driving distance of many other enticing attractions, including golden beaches, the Ring of Kerry and Dingle Peninsula. The perfect spot to experience an authentic Irish holiday.