Tarbert 2 miles.
Situated on a quiet and peaceful lane, two miles from the Shannon port at Tarbert in County Kerry, is this charming, stone-built detached cottage.
Originally built in 1884, the cottage has been restored to offer all the modern comforts one would expect, whilst still retaining its original charm.
This comfortable Tarbert cottage offers a homely base for families wishing to explore County Kerry, with four bedrooms, one of which has open access from the landing on the first floor, making it ideal for families.
The kitchen has been well equipped for guests to create culinary masterpieces for fellow family members, and after a fun-filled day seeking the sights of Kerry, why not relax in the inviting sitting room with a glass of your favourite tipple?
To the rear of this Tarbert cottage is a well-maintained garden where children can play safely and everyone can enjoy alfresco meals and time together in the afternoon sunshine.
The village of Tarbert, which is situated on the Wild Atlantic Way is home to a community of friendly locals, shops and pubs and has a strong sense of tradition.
From Tarbert you can take the ferry across the Shannon Estuary to the rugged and beautiful county of Clare, where you can drive along the Loop Head Peninsula to see its iconic lighthouse, or venture a little further and experience the Cliffs of Moher, Ireland’s most visited natural attraction.
The lively town of Listowel can be discovered just a short drive away and is home to plenty of shops and eateries, not to mention the local racecourse, which has two annual meetings each year – the perfect excuse for a dressed up day out!
The entire county of Kerry, and all its delights, are just waiting to be discovered from this cottage near Tarbert.
Four bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x ground floor double, 1 x single, 1 x ground floor single. Ground floor shower room with shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area (seats 4). Sitting room with electric stove. First floor sitting area (seats 3).
About the location
TARBERT, COUNTY KERRY
Listowel 11 miles; Tralee 27 miles.
The lovely coastal village of Tarbert is wonderfully situated on a gentle slope overlooking one of the prettiest parts of the River Shannon, 11 miles from Listowel, in colourful County Kerry. Edged by deciduous woodland and the Shannon Estuary, Tarbert offers numerous scenic and woodland walks, together with great angling opportunities and a range of shops and pubs, plus the village is located along the Wild Atlantic Way. Here you can experience one of the widest, most enchanting and culturally rich coastal touring routes in the world, and wherever you travel along the Wild Atlantic Way, you’ll find magic, adventure, history and beauty in abundance. Enjoy a relaxing day’s bathing at nearby Ballybunion, renowned for the most beautiful sandy beaches in North Kerry or why not take in a round of golf in one of Ballybunion’s two world class links golf courses? Take the short ferry crossing at Tarbert to Killimer and discover the striking Cliffs of Moher and the mysterious Aillwee Caves, along with Doolin Ferry and Aran Island cruises and all Clare has to offer. Known as the Literary Capital of Ireland and famous for its horse racing festival, nearby Listowel, with its myriad of fascinating architecture, boasts fine shops and restaurants aplenty, together with an immaculate golf course. Enjoy a day’s angling in the nearby River Feale which is one of the most outstanding salmon and sea trout rivers in Ireland. With Killarney only 60 minutes from Tarbert, you can enjoy all this beautiful town has to offer, with the Ring of Kerry and Ireland’s highest peak, Carrantuohill, all on your doorstep. With the Kerry County Museum, the National Folk Theatre and the celebrated Jeannie Johnston maritime experience at nearby Tralee, there's plenty to see and do at this fabulous location.