Glenbeigh 3.2 miles.
Enjoy a break near Ireland's beautiful Atlantic south coast at Coolnaharragill Lower, a wonderfully-finished bungalow cottage near to Glenbeigh and Rossbeigh Strand.
Offering a group of six a lovely base from which to explore the delights all around, this property has been beautifully decorated with contemporary interiors.
Take in the incredible surrounding views on your doorstep before heading inside and coming to the spacious hallway, where a washing machine and tumble dryer have been neatly placed, showcasing the first of the wealth of appliances inside.
Turn right into the open-plan living space to discover two sophisticated sofas laid out before the fabulous Smart TV mounted on the wall which has Sky channels, providing entertainment after a busy day of activity.
Sit at the sleek dining area comprising of a long breakfast bar with seating for all guests, you can perch here and look over at the cooking taking place in the brightly lit kitchen, home to an electric oven and hob, large American-style fridge/freezer, integrated dishwasher and microwave.
Tuck into your meals around the breakfast bar or sit out at the patio on warm days at the outdoor seating, or fire up the barbecue for the ultimate summer afternoon.
When you need to catch up with some rest, discover three spacious and well-presented double bedrooms, all hosting plenty of storage for your belongings, with two of the rooms including a basin vanity unit for your convenience.
Find the shared shower room further along when you need to freshen up complete with quality fittings and fixtures.
Venture out to nearby Rossbeigh Strand, a gorgeous stretch of sands which is a joy to walk along as well as being host to an annual horse racing festival right on the beach, providing a fantastic local spectacle.
Lake Caragh is just over eight miles away and is a teaming with activity; if you're brave and enjoy outdoor swimming then take a dip in the lake, or explore the waters via a kayak or boat, and for those that like being on dry land, you can still enjoy the amazing natural surroundings by walking or cycling around it.
Head southward to discover the Skellig Islands, with the larger Skelling Michael home to an ancient monastery reached by hundreds of steps carved into the rock face, and recently made famous by the Star Wars franchise who used it as a filming location for one of the recent feature films.
Hikers and walkers of an intermediate level will love the challenge of Carrauntoohill, the highest peak of the McGillicuddy Reeks mountain range, at just over 1,000 metres; head to the top to find the huge iron cross and fantastic views.
Cycling the Ring of Kerry is a great way to see the area, whether you're a novice or a serious cyclist, you can choose how far you want to go, as it takes you around the Iveragh Peninsula, past many beautiful Atlantic viewpoints, through quaint towns and villages, and even through the vast Killarney National Park.
Spend time in this wonderful park made up of 26,000 acres of woodland, mountains and lakes; see Torc Waterfall, the grand 19th century Muckross House, and Ross Castle, a 15th century fortress with grounds that are free to wander.
Coolnaharragill Lower will make a fabulous place to wind down when you're not discovering the delights of County Kerry with your loved ones.