Situated in the bustling County Kerry town of Killarney, in the heart of South West Ireland, is this semi-detached cottage.
There is a quality finish throughout this property, which you can feel the moment you step into the hallway.
The modern sitting room offers cosy seating, elevated by a brightly coloured rug, sleek electric fire and plush timber floors extending right through to the open-plan kitchen.
Dual aspect windows flood the living space with natural light, as you tuck into a delicious home cooked meal around the dining table.
Ample kitchen fixtures assist your well-earned holiday, integrated with grey base and wall units.
The ground floor double room plays host to an en-suite wet room, ideal for those with limited mobility.
Up on the first floor you will find the rest of the bedrooms presented in varying contemporary colours followed by a modern bathroom suite.
This cottage is situated on the ground of the Killarney Hotel, right next to the pub and swimming pool.
Killarney boasts a thriving tourist hub of traditional Irish pubs, restaurants and shops.
Just 12 miles away is the celebrated Ladies View, a National Park with sweeping green plains, craggy peaks and a rich variety of wildlife.
Queen Victoria’s ladies-in-waiting visited here in 1861 and they were so in awe of the view that it was named after them.
You can hire a horse-drawn cart or explore the region on foot whilst marvelling the fabulous views before you.
There are also a wonderful choice of beaches in the area, the most popular being Rossbeigh, Inch, Kells, and Banna Strand.
Choose this homely base for touring an interesting part of Ireland.
About the location
KILLARNEY, COUNTY KERRY
Tralee 18 miles.
The thriving town of Killarney nestles amidst deep, lake-filled valleys at the heart of the beautiful south west of Ireland. This popular holiday destination offers an abundance of traditional pubs, fine restaurants, Ireland's National Event Centre and a host of good shops. Popular visitor attractions include the celebrated Ladies View, named after Queen Victoria's Ladies in Waiting, and boasts spectacular views over the town, and the nearby Macgillycuddy Reeks, Ireland’s largest mountain range. Hire a horse-drawn jaunting car and explore the fabulous walks at the National Park, or indulge in a spot of tranquil fishing. A range of wonderful beaches are within half an hour’s drive, while the Ring of Kerry, the vibrant towns of Tralee and Kenmare and the stunning Dingle Peninsula are within easy touring distance. Something for everyone at this fantastic location.
Please note: Electricity will be charged extra between the months of October through to March via meter readings before and after arrival.