Sykes rating Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1 Pets No Show on map Features Off road parking Open fire Garden / Patio Cot available Highchair available Washing machine Broadband / WiFi Reviews 1 Customer Review "Upon arrival we were greeted by our host and introduced and then given a through tour of our accomadation, excelent, our stay was fantastic, the weather very good and we travelled daily visiting family and friends, at the end of our stay we requested an extension, we'd booked our ferry return five day's later, hoping we'd stay with family, covid prevented, our host offered two extra days and we accepted, the whole holiday was excelent and we will be returning later in the year." Reviewed by PeterJul 2022 Summary Duplex apartment One double bedroom with en-suite walk-in shower, basin and WC Spacious kitchen/diner Large sitting room with solid fuel stove Oil central heating with solid fuel stove Electric oven and hob, fridge/freezer, washing machine, flat screen TV, WiFi, selection of books and games Fuel and power inc. in rent Bed linen and towels inc. in rent Highchair, travel cot and stairgate available on request Ample off-road parking Rear patio with furniture and access to lawned gardens Sorry, no pets and no smoking Shop 3.3 miles, pub 0.9 miles The property Newcastle West 4.6 miles. Resting amid the stunning Irish countryside in Ardagh near Newcastle West, County Limerick is this stylish, spacious duplex apartment of Ringfort View. Showcasing mezzanine accommodation, whilst being within easy reach of the county's welcoming towns, Ringfort View is a wonderful retreat for a couple. Upon arrival, leave your car in one of the handy off-road spaces, before heading inside to a welcoming sitting room with contemporary décor; the space provides you with leather seating to curl up on as you enjoy your favourite show on the large flat screen TV, as the fire flickers away in the background. After relishing some quality time with your loved one, progress through the space to the kitchen/diner, where a selection of appliances await for you to create top-notch dishes, including an electric oven and hob, convenient fridge/freezer and a microwave. The kitchen is accompanied by a sleek dining table, where you can enjoy a romantic meal for two, or invite a couple of friends to join you, as the table seats up to four. When night falls, grab a book from the selection available and climb the stairs to the mezzanine double, where you can enjoy a quiet read before bed. The bedroom enjoys access to an en-suite shower room, where you can freshen up after a long day or get ready for the day ahead in the walk-in cubicle. The rear patio makes for a great space to unwind in, with seating for you to settle down on as you watch the owner's goats in the nearby enclosed paddock. Ringfort View is set within easy reach of a friendly bar, Neary's Pub in Ardagh village, where you can stop for a relaxed pint after spending the day walking or cycling along the wonderful Limerick Greenway or playing a tournament at the nearby Newcastle West Golf Club; the nature reserve of Carrigkerry Bogs also isn't far and is the perfect outing for outdoor enthusiasts. Wander south to Newcastle West, the county town of Limerick, where the majority of your amenities can be found in one setting, including an array of supermarkets and eateries, numerous boutiques, as well as the magnificent 12th century Desmond Castle, which you can tour for free, and the vast park of Castle Demesne. Venture a little further afield to Limerick city, where you can tour the fascinating attractions of The Hunt Museum and King John's Castle, before embarking on a leisurely walk along the idyllic River Shannon and finishing off the day with a bite to eat accompanied by live entertainment at Dolan's Pub and Restaurant. There is so much more to see, if you travel a little further away, including the towns of Listowel, Killarney and Tralee, where a plethora of activities await. For a break to remember with your loved one, choose Ringfort View, Ardagh. About the location NEWCASTLE WEST, COUNTY LIMERICK Limerick 26 miles. The historic town of Newcastle West situated in a great bowl-shaped valley, which was once known as the ‘valley of the wild boar’ is the second largest town in the county of Limerick after Limerick city itself and boasts a wealth of shops, pubs and gourmet eateries. In the heart of the town is a picturesque square which neighbours the ruins of the castle that have been carefully protected and preserved over the years. Newcastle West sits on the River Arra which then flows into the River Deel offering excellent fishing opportunities and scenic walks. There are plenty of attractions for all ages and tastes including a golf course, mountain biking, swimming, river cruises, the medieval village of Adare and much, much more, and the city of Limerick offers culture, heritage and charm. The perfect base to discover this glorious part of Ireland.