The Old Barracks is a striking property set within the traditional Irish village of Caherdaniel, surrounded by rugged mountains and a dramatic shoreline.
This ideally placed property is a heart-warming base for a family and friends gathering to this are steeped with attractions and activities to suit all ages and tastes.
Be welcomed into the endearing kitchen which boasts a colourful interior design to ensure a charming setting to rustle up an evening meal.
After a walk along the Kerry Way look forward to sinking to the plush sofas where you can enjoy a refreshing beverage while the roaring multi-fuel stove fills the room with warmth.
As the evening draws to a close, head up the staircase to find three well-presented double bedrooms, each offering a tranquil setting to wake up to each morning.
Spend a moment or two within the rear decked area where you can enjoy the surrounding views while your four legged friends stretch their legs.
For those special occasions, a short stroll will bring you to the local pub where you will be delighted with the friendly Irish welcome and superb dining menu that await.
For days out whilst staying at this delightful cottage, trek along the Kerry Way where you can explore miles of endearing forestry, rugged mountains and the beautiful beach at Derrynane Bay.
Alternatively, brush up on the local history by visiting the beautiful Derrynane House which was the ancestral home of Daniel O'Connell.
The Old Barracks is a memorable getaway within an area stepped with breath-taking views and a wonderful history.
Three bedrooms; 3 x double bedroom. Bathroom with shower over bath, basin and WC. Ground-floor shower room with walk-in shower, basin and WC. Kitchen/diner. Utility. Sitting room with multi-fuel burning stove.
About the location
CAHERDANIEL, COUNTY KERRY
Derrynane 1 miles; Kenmare 30 miles; Cahersiveen 19 miles.
Caherdaniel is a traditional Irish village located on the south western corner of the Ring of Kerry in County Kerry. The history of the village dates back more than 2000 years as copper was mined in the surrounding mountains. It has a magnificent coastal setting and is home to a horse trekking stable which offers horse riding on the beach. Caherdaniel is perfectly placed for exploring all of the attractions in this popular part of Ireland such as The Kerry Way, a popular, well-marked and very beautiful walking route. Less than 2 miles away lies Derrynane; with an abundance of sea sports, Derrynane House, and its National Park, it provides a wonderful day out for all the family. The beautiful town of Kenmare can be reached in under an hour and has an excellent variety of shops, pubs and restaurants. For nature lovers, why not visit Valentia Island, located on the north west corner of the Ring of Kerry? It has fantastic sea cliffs overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and is famed for its walking and climbing. The perfect location for exploring this exciting and enchanting corner of Ireland.