You are viewing a holiday cottage to rent in Cahersiveen, Ring of Kerry, County Kerry. It is a Detached Dormer Bungalow.
This gorgeous property lies in a peaceful, rural location 3 miles from the historic town of Cahersiveen on the stunning Ring of Kerry. This home is spacious and boasts beautiful views in all directions of the Kerry mountains and the sea. A playstation is available for the children although there is lots to do from fishing, horse riding to water sports and hillwalking. Convenient base for days out - a vist to Valencia Island, Kenmare and Dingle. Truly a real home from home!
Shop. Pub. Restaurant. Beach 3 miles.
GF: lounge, kitchen/diner, utility room, double, twin, bathroom with separate shower. FF: landing, double with ensuite shower room and walk-in wardrobe, twin with ensuite shower room and walk-in wardrobe.
Oil by meter read and electricity by meter read, open fire with starter pack, linen and towels included, cot, high chair, stair gate, TV, CD, microwave, dishwasher, w/machine, dryer, games console, hairdryer, welcome pack, partially enclosed garden, garden furniture, private off road parking. Pets welcome.
Cahersiveen is a small town at the foot of the Benetee mountain on the River Feale, overlooking Valencia Harbour. The immediate region is best known for its breathtaking scenery, historical sites and diverse sporting activities. Traditional fair days are still held on the street where everyone meets and chats and there are intimate bars, superb food and a wide range of shops.
The town is best known as the birthplace of Daniel O'Connell, the Liberator, and was also birthplace of the writer Sigerson Clifford whose poem "The Boys of Barr na Sraide" has been immortalised in song. Painters flock to Cahirciveen for the special quality of light that inspires them. Major historical sites include the Daniel O'Connell Memorial Church built in 1775 and the heritage centre found in the Old Irish Constabulary Barracks. Outside the town are the remains of Carhan Cross, birthplace of Daniel O 'Connell, and the Abbey of the Holy Cross, final resting place of O'Connell. Stone circles and stone forts also abound in the area. Annual Angling competitions are also held in the town.
Fishing 1 miles. Walking, Cinema, Childrens Playground 2 miles. Horse riding 3 miles. Golf 6 miles.