You are viewing a holiday cottage to rent in Glenbeigh, Ring of Kerry, County Kerry. It is a Detached Bungalow.
This spacious and tastefully decorated property, boasting mountain and countryside views, is within walking distance of Glenbeigh and twenty minutes' drive from Cahersiveen. This property makes an ideal location for a great family holiday, with its modern interior, welcoming cosy open fire, and surrounded by its own private grounds. The region is renowned for its many activities which include fishing, walking, golfing and horse riding, to mention just a few. Rossbeigh beach, a Blue Flag beach that stretches over 2.5 miles, is close by. This is a fabulous holiday location, particularly for lovers of the outdoors.
Shop. Pub 1 mile. Beach 2 miles.
GF: lounge, kitchen/diner, utility room, double, 2 twins, bathroom, shower room.
Oil and gas central heating, electricity included, open fire with starter pack, linen and towels included, No Smoking, cot, high chair, TV, video, dvd player, CD, fridge/freezer, microwave, dishwasher, w/machine, dryer, babysitting on request, internet access, hairdryer, fully enclosed garden, patio area, patio furniture, bbq, locked shed available for storage, private off road parking. Small pets welcome.
Glenbeigh is just over 6 miles west of Killorglin, at the foot of Seefin Mountains (1,621 feet), where the Behy River flows into Dingle Bay. A big attraction of this village is the superb Blue Flag beach, Rossbeigh, a wonderful long beach with views across the bay to the Dingle Mountains. This beautiful, unpolluted beach provides superb conditions for swimming. It is wonderful to walk along, and its many mud flats on the eastern side provides some fantastic bird watching.
The mountains provide many walks, one of the finest being the Glenbeigh Horseshoe, so-called because of the shape of the mountain ranges from Seefin to Drung Hill. The scenery is magnificent and includes a series of glacial corries and lakes, which lie at the head of the Behy valley. There is trout fishing on Lough Coomasaharn, the largest of the lakes, and the Behy River.
More walking, climbing and fishing can be found at Blackstones Bridge and the Caragh River, about 3 miles from Glenbeigh via the Windy Gap - although the scenery on the way is so compelling that you may not reach your destination. Caragh Lake is a beautiful expanse of water 4 miles long, providing more stunning scenerty in its setting among broom and heather-covered hills and imposing mountains in the background.
A festival is held in Glenbeigh in August, when the town becomes lively with visitors, coming to watch or take part in races along the beach.
Horse riding 1.5 miles. Fishing 2 miles. Golf 4 miles.
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