A refreshing detached cottage situated within the rural depths of Portmagee, County Kerry.
This elegant property is a beautiful and pleasant place to stay, with a calming nature that makes an ideal getaway for friends and families to relax.
Entering into the hallway, you will arrive at a double en-suite bedroom, laced with pastel colours, and elevated by flowery bedding.
A living room sits off from this, boasting classic features, and plenty of seating to enjoy the peaceful atmosphere and countryside views.
A wood burning stove ties the space together and doors lead out to the lovely patio area.
The second bedroom showcases two single beds, and is joined by stand alone wardrobes and contrasting, light tones.
Neighbouring this, a double bedroom upholds the standard of the previous, in a similar layout, yet laced with dark bedding.
Accompanying the above, there is a convenient bathroom, with a clear white finish, and a touch of vibrancy.
Nearby, an open plan kitchen and dining area is well equipped and matched with wooden features that bring a sense of the countryside into the home.
This spacious setting is ideal for preparing your favourite home cooked meals - day through to evening.
Knitting the property together, a utility room leads out to a back yard with outstanding scenery.
Wander into the town of Portmagee which offers great walking on the Kerry Way, cycling routes, The Skellig Experience, and some of the best sandy beaches in the country.
If this isn't enough, the town of Caherviseen is only ten miles away with sailing and fishing opportunities.
This is a lovely cottage in a welcoming location.
All ground floor. Three bedrooms: 1 x double with en-suite, shower, basin and WC, 1 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Utility. Sitting room with woodburning stove.
About the location
PORTMAGEE, COUNTY KERRY
Cahersiveen 10 miles.
Portmagee is a small fishing village situated on the south western most tip of the Iveragh Peninsula in County Kerry, Ireland. Known as the gateway to Valentia Island, Portmagee is also located on the Skellig Ring, an offshoot of the stunning Ring of Kerry, which is home to the amazing Skellig Rock. Portmagee offers pubs, restaurants and Irish dancing, which takes place twice a week all year round. The famous Skellig Island Boat Trips are only 2 minutes from the village, while the area also offers great walking on the Kerry Way, magnificent scenery, great cycling routes, diving, angling, horse riding, Heritage Centres including The Skellig Experience, and some of the best sandy beaches in the country. The town of Cahersiveen is 10 miles away, boasting an excellent harbour and marina offering sailing, trout and salmon fishing and deep-sea angling opportunities. Cahersiveen also offers traditional pubs, cafés, restaurants, interesting craft and antique shops, and monthly street fairs selling curiosities and local produce. Some scenes for Star Wars: The Force Awakens were filmed in the area, so you can follow in the footsteps of Luke Skywalker and friends and pretend to be Jedi warrior!