Waterville 1 mile.
This welcoming detached bungalow is situated in a secluded position, just one mile from the coastal town of Waterville, County Kerry.
Boasting wonderful lake and mountain views, this cottage is ideal for a family with many places to visit nearby, including exploring the stunning Ring of Kerry, boat trips to Skellig Rocks and the coastal town of Cahersiveen.
The amazing views set this property apart; they can be seen from most rooms, including the open plan living area, twin bedroom and family bedroom.
Once you step inside this lovely holiday home you will find three bedrooms in total, including the master double, a bathroom with shower over the bath and a separate shower room.
The heart of the cottage is the open plan living area, with comfy seating, Free-to-air TV, small dining area and a well-equipped kitchen with door to the garage for storing bikes.
However, the main feature of the living area is the open fire, which you will want to light on a cool evening whilst settling down with loved ones after a fun-filled day out and about.
To the outside of the cottage is a lawned garden, from where those amazing views can also be seen, and there’s off road parking for four cars.
Situated on the Ring of Kerry is Waterville, which has something for everyone including sandy beaches, two golf courses, selection of shops, pubs and restaurants and archaeological remains.
You can also enjoy walks, fishing, boat trips and watersports in the area.
A delightful cottage for your County Kerry adventure.
About the location
WATERVILLE, COUNTY KERRY
Cahersiveen 10 miles; Dingle 61 miles; Killarney 50 miles.
Nestled between Ballinskelligs Bay and Lough Currane, sits Waterville, the premier coastal tourist centre on the Ring of Kerry. Surrounded by mountains and lakeland, Waterville also offers a fine sandy beach, two golf courses, one being a championship 18-hole course, a selection of restaurants and bars, as well as interesting archaeological remains. Enjoy walks along the wonderful Kerry Way, or angling and fishing on one of the area’s many excellent rivers or lakes. Take a boat trip to the Skellig Rocks, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and enjoy fabulous vistas across the bay, coupled with seeing one of Europe’s best-known and oldest monasteries. Other trips of note are Valentia Island, with its superb views to Skellig Rocks, Slea Head and the Blasket Islands, a trip to Dingle, or a visit to the bustling coastal town of Cahersiveen, which is only 10 miles away. There are also great beaches for surfing and watersports along this stretch of coastline, for both adults and children. Waterville is situated in the Kerry International Dark-Sky Reserve, the only Dark-Sky reserve in the Northern Hemisphere and, impressively, one of only three Gold-tier level reserves in the world! A great base from which to explore the south west coast, and famous Ring of Kerry.