You are viewing a holiday cottage to rent in Ballydavid, Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry. It is a Semi-detached Apartment.
Located in Ballydavid on the Dingle Peninsula, 7 miles from the famous town of Dingle and 11 miles from Ventry. This delightful beach side holiday apartment is situated on the roadside above the Postmans house and shop and enjoys sea views and free WiFi. Visit the old fishing harbours of Ballydavid and D*in*n or enjoy a pint of Guinness and a singalong in nearby Dingle town with its many pubs, shops and restaurants. For larger groups why not book property 14156 (2 units) each sleeping an additional 5 guests and these are situated in the same building.
Shop on-site. Pub. Restaurant 2 miles. Beach 1 mile.
GF: kitchen/diner. FF: double with ensuite shower room, twin with ensuite shower room, bathroom with shower over bath.
Electricity by meter read, storage heaters, linen and towels included, No Smoking, travel cot, high chair, stair gate, TV, dvd player, radio, freezer, microwave, dishwasher, w/machine, dryer, babysitting on request, internet access, hairdryer, welcome pack, partially enclosed shared garden, private off road parking. Sorry no pets.
~ These apartments along with property 14156 can be booked together to accommodate a total of 14 people.
Ballydavid is a small village on the Dingle Peninsula with a post office, shop and 2 pubs. TP's Seaside Pub in Ballydavid serves fresh seafood and Begleys Bar serve a great pint of beer or Guinness!
Nearby Dingle Town has an abundance of pubs, cafes, restaurants, shops, jewellers and antique dealers. During the summer months, you can expect to find traditional music sessions each night at most pubs on the Dingle Peninsula.
~ Various local fishing companies offer deep sea angling in Dingle, Ballydavid and Brandon. The prolific waters of the peninsula provide an abundance of species including pollack, garfish, blue shark, tope, dogfish and rare Mediterranean species brought in by the Gulf Stream. Hourly, evening, daily and weekly fishing trips are available.
~ For a more relaxing experience, visit Ballydavids' Spa Atlantach's Wild Atlantic seaweed bath. They offer single or couples baths and saunas which you can enjoy with a glass of Prosecco whilst overlooking the ocean.
~ Cycling around the Dingle Peninsula can be a superb way of getting around and seeing the beautiful coastline.
~ Try your luck at spotting Funghi the Dolphin from the shores of Dingle or one of the many boat tours.
~ Spend a day at the Dingle Peninsula's only 18 hole golf course nestled on the edge of Ireland's dramatic south west coastline. The course is year round, 7 days a week and all equipment can be hired onsite.
~ The Slea Head Drive is a circular route, forming part of the Wild Atlantic Way, beginning and ending in Dingle taking in a large number of attractions and stunning views on the western end of the peninsula. The route is clearly signposted and half-day should be plenty.
Walking - Easy .25 miles. Coastal walks .5 miles. Fishing - Sea, Football Pitch 1 miles. Fishing - Deep Sea, Traditional Music, Walking - Hill, Bird watching 2 miles. Pony trekking 4 miles. Childrens Playground 5 miles. Golf, Theatre 7 miles.