Beaufort 3.5 miles.
This charming detached cottage is situated 3.5 miles from the village of Beaufort, and 9 miles from the popular town of Killarney in County Kerry.
This Beaufort cottage is an ideal base for families and friends and provides a convenient base for exploring all that Kerry has to offer.
Inside this single-storey County Kerry holiday home are four bedrooms, consisting of three double bedrooms, one of which has a basin, and a twin, plus there is also a bathroom and shower room.
Completing the accommodation at this County Kerry cottage is a well-equipped, fitted kitchen with dining area, a dining room and a welcoming sitting room with cosy open fire, which is the perfect place to relax on a cool evening.
An excellently maintained garden wraps around this cottage near Beaufort with a lawned garden to the front and rear, as well as a rear patio with outdoor furniture, making this space ideal for alfresco dining and enjoying lovely summer evenings.
The village of Beaufort, at the mouth of the Gap of Dunloe, offers a golf course, a shop and two charming pubs, each serving delicious home cooked food and a friendly atmosphere.
Within driving distance is the lively town of Killarney, which has a number of shops, pubs, galleries, as well as horse riding, boating and walking in the stunning Killarney National Park.
There is so much to see and do from your Beaufort cottage.
About the location
BEAUFORT, COUNTY KERRY
Killorglin 8 miles; Killarney 8 miles.
Beaufort is a small village situated in a scenic area at the foot of the Macgillycuddy Reeks near the Gap of Dunloe. This is a great location for walking with stunning mountain views. The village has shops, pubs and restaurants, and is situated between Killorglin and Killarney, the latter being a mecca for holidaymakers every year with its wide open countryside, beaches close at hand, annual festivals and great night life, with traditional music played in many of the pubs and bars. A host of activities are available in the area including riding, walking, cycling, golf and fishing, and guided ascents to summit of Carrauntoohil, Ireland's highest mountain.