Ballyheigue 2 miles.
A characterful all-ground-floor cottage resting in the neighbourhood of Caherulla, close to the charming village of Ballyheigue, this beautiful bungalow offers families and friends a scenic location from which to explore County Kerry.
Ballyheigue Cottage can be found in a desirable location, boasting countryside views and close proximity to the beach, it has all you could need for a memorable stay in Ireland.
Enter this partially stone-fronted bungalow to find an equally attractive interior, with exposed stone walls and rustic wooden beams lining the ceiling, every room of this abode boasts personality.
Make the most of quality time together by lounging in front of the open fire in the sitting area of the open-plan living space, with ample seating for all, while at the rear of the room you can find the dining space overlooking the beautiful back garden; a stunning space to make a toast to your terrific holiday.
Move through into the beautifully bright kitchen, decorated in blues and yellows, this welcoming room hosts all the essentials for your home cooking when you're not out sampling the delicious treats of the nearby eateries.
Dine alfresco in the summer months from the comfort of your own private garden, the countryside backdrop offering a beautiful sunset to give you the perfect end to each fun-filled day.
The local area is an extremely popular holiday base in County Kerry, known as the start of the Kerry Head loop, it boasts a good selection of shops, pubs and eateries to keep you entertained on your travels, as well as a children's playground, the ruins of an imposing castle with a rich history behind it and now offering a golf course running around it!
Ballyheigue has a beautiful 6 mile long blue flag beach which joins up with Banna beach.
It is on the renowned Wild Atlantic Way which is beautiful to explore by car, bike or walking as well as many areas to fish on this coast.
Nearby Tralee offers an exciting day for all with its Town Park and Rose Garden making a lovely place for a leisurely stroll to spot bird life, Aqua Golf alongside the Aqua Dome where you can make a splash and enjoy family fun in the form of rapids, whirlpools and more, Kerry County Museum where you can learn of the enticing history of the area and so much more!
There are plenty of fantastic walking opportunities around too, such as Dingle which is only a 52 km drive away and the North Kerry Way, or enjoy a mosey around the picturesque marina of Fenit.
Ballyheigue makes a fantastic choice for your coastal escape to County Kerry.