Key Holiday Home Information:Family-Friendly, Facilities include: Highchair.
Nearest Airport and Railway Station: .
Nearest city or town: , approximately 0 miles away.
Type of self-catering holiday: .
Short Breaks and weekend breaks:
The Dingle Peninsula in County Kerry is a hotspot for holidays. The stunning countryside and attract visitors, especially for a summer holiday. Some tourists come from afar to go dolphin and whale watching and to visit the small island sanctuaries off the Kerry coast.
This particular holiday home is most desirable, it stands detached within a good sized garden surrounded by hedging. The sea and coast are the views to enjoy whilst out in the garden. Outdoor garden furniture encourages guests to eat outdoors on warm days and make the most of sunshine and fresh coastalair.
Up to twelve people could be accommodated in this 6 bedroom 4 bathroom holiday home. Inside, the rooms are fresh and bright with plenty of light and space. Most of the bedrooms are downstairs including a double bedroom with its own en-suite shower room, another double and twin bedroom. Guests in the upstairs bedrooms can begin the day with beautiful sea views and hopefully a blue sky.
After a day out and about exploring the Dingle Peninsula, it is nice to come home to an open fire in the sitting room and good conversation around the dining table. The kitchen and dining room are open plan with plenty of cupboards to store wine and groceries. A fridge/freezer, dishwasher and other essential domestic appliances enable the group to have an easy and relaxed self-catering break in County Kerry.
There are some shops and a local bar within walking distance of this six bedroom self-catering cottage should you need to replenish supplies or just fancy a sociable evening down at the pub.
This is a baby-friendly holiday home and cot and high-chair are provided.
A similar sized holiday home stands next door, allowing for large groups to take self-catering breaks together. This location would be perfect for any holidaymakers interested in photography or watercolour painting, because the scenery of County Kerry is exceptional.