Rossanean is a spacious holiday home located near the County Kerry village of Farranfore.
This ground floor accommodation can host up to 10 guests, with a range of different bedroom setups, making this an ideal base for holidaymakers of any kind.
A bright and airy hallway leads you into a glorious open-plan living area.
A stylish kitchen comes amply equipped for preparing a delicious home-cooked meal, to be enjoyed either at the breakfast bar or dining table.
Choose from one of two welcoming sitting areas, both benefiting from windows looking out across rolling countryside.
One spot, the ‘snug’, offers the warmth of a delightful wood burner/stove and is a comfortable place to rest after a day of exploring.
Five bedrooms help to accommodate all kinds of guests, from the delightful twin room, ideal for children, to 2 bedrooms boasting king size beds with convenient en-suite facilities.
An attractive family bathroom completes the accommodation in style.
The house is situated in a refreshing rural location with impressive scenery everywhere you look.
Farranfore, the nearest village, is located approximately 3km away.
It offers a shop, pharmacy, post office and pub/restaurant.
Kerry airport is located 4.5km from the house.
Killarney is just a short drive away.
It is renowned as one of Ireland’s most popular towns with events and festivals throughout the year.
There is an abundance of fine restaurants, shops and lively bars where traditional Irish music is available.
From Killarney why not explore Killarney House, St. Mary’s Cathedral, Muckross House, the Gap of Dunloe, Ross Castle or Torc Waterfall.
Hire a horse-drawn jaunting car and explore the National Park.
Alternatively try a boat ride on nearby Lough Leane and take a walk on Inisfallen Island with its ancient monastic ruins.
The world-famous coastal drive, the ‘Ring of Kerry’, leaves from Killarney to wonderful beaches and more glorious views.
Other towns worth exploring nearby include Castleisland, Tralee, Kenmare and Dingle.
Rossanean is the perfect setting to explore the marvels of Kerry and the Southwest of Ireland.