You are viewing a holiday cottage to rent in Ballydavid, Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry. It is a Detached Dormer Bungalow.
Situated on a quiet holiday development of seven homes, half a mile from Ballydavid village and 5 miles from Dingle. This is a gorgeous family holiday home with open plan living areas, pine furnishings, modern decor, free WiFi and amazing views over fields and mountains to the Atlantic Ocean. Within walking distance is an expansive sandy beach and popular seafood pub.
Shop. Pub. Restaurant. Beach 800 yards.
GF: lounge, kitchen/diner, 2nd lounge with sofa bed, utility room, sun room, double with ensuite shower room, w.c. FF: double, kingsize double with ensuite shower room, twin, bathroom with separate shower.
Electricity and oil central heating included, open fire with starter pack, linen and towels included, No Smoking, travel cot, TV, fridge/freezer, microwave, dishwasher, w/machine, dryer, smart tv, internet access, hairdryer, uk tv channels, welcome pack, partially enclosed garden, patio area, garden seat, bbq, private off road parking. Small pets welcome.
~ Best suited for eight as there are two separate lounge areas seating five or six each.
~ There is a TV in both lounge areas and also in two of the bedrooms.
Ballydavid is a small village with shops, pubs, a restaurant, a beach, football pitch, basketball court and a cliff walk. An Mhuirioch's long expansive sandy beach is less than one minutes walk from the house. TP's Seaside Pub serves fresh seafood and Begley's Bar serves a great pint of beer or Guinness.
Dingle, 5 miles, offers many outdoor activities to enjoy including Dolphin Tours, Deep-Sea Fishing, Boat Tours, Hiking, Bike Hire Fungi the dolphin excursions. During the summer you can expect to find traditional music sessions each night at most pubs. Each Friday morning the local market sells fresh produce and most weeks there are different festivals such as; food and wine, film, cultural and walking.
~ Golf Ceann Sibeal is located a short eight minutes drive from the property in Ballyferriter. It's an 18-hole links course and is open to visitors year round. Nestled on the edge on Ireland's dramatic coastline, the course offers challenging holes for all. A 18 hole Pitch and Putt course is located in Dingle.
~ The Dingle Peninsula contains spectacular unspoilt coastal landscapes and is one of the most scenic drives experienced by Top Gear in 2017. The Slea Head Drive is a circular route, forming part of the Wild Atlantic Way, beginning and ending in Dingle. It offers stunning views of the coast and the Blasket Islands. The Peninsula is also an architectural ecclesiastical gem with the Gallarous Oratory and Kilmalkedar church within walking distance from the house. The Slea Head route is clearly signposted and half a day should be plenty.
~ Star Wars! The appearance of Skellig Michael and Little Skellig in the Star Wars universe has understandably led to a huge surge in Star Wars related tourism to the area over the last three years. Access to the island is limited to 180 people a day so needs to booked well in advance.
~ Learn to speak Irish by spending an enjoyable hour learning to speak a couple of Irish phrases with a native speaker in the heart of Dingle.
~ Dingle Oceanworld Aquarium is a great place for a family day out! With sharks, penguins, otters and jellyfish to name a few, it's the perfect way to spend a day!
Coastal walks, Fishing - Sea, Football Pitch, Traditional Music, Walking - Easy .5 miles. Walking - Hill 5 miles. Surfing, Cycling, Dolphin watching, Horse riding, Leisure centre and indoor pool, Water sports, Cinema, Fishing - Deep Sea, Climbing, Pony trekking, Tennis, Golf, Childrens Playground 6 miles.
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