You are viewing a holiday cottage to rent in Ventry, Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry. It is a Detached Bungalow.
Situated on the Wild Atlantic Way on the Dingle Peninsula, 3 miles from Ventry and 7 miles from Dingle town . A few minutes walk takes you to a glorious sandy beach. The house has an open plan kitchen / dining area, cosy lounge and bright bedrooms. Ventry is an ideal touring base - popular for hill walking notably the Dingle Way and Pilgrims walking routes or driving the Slea Head Drive which is well signposted. There is a host of things to do from golfing to fishing, watersports to boat trips - steeped in history an interesting nd very popular destination.
Shop. Pub 1 mile. Restaurant 3 miles. Beach 528 yards.
GF: lounge, kitchen/diner, double with basin, double with single with basin, single, bathroom with separate shower.
Electricity and oil central heating included, wood burner with starter pack, linen and towels included, travel cot, high chair, TV, radio, fridge with small ice box, microwave, w/machine, hairdryer, welcome pack, partially enclosed garden, garden furniture, private off road parking. Sorry no pets.
Ventry is a small village four miles west of Dingle comprising of a pub, a shop, Catholic Church, and a primary school. The whole Ventry area is linked by the arc of Ventry Harbour, with one of the most attractive and safest beaches on the west coast of Ireland. Ventry is a great place to enjoy a seaside, rural holiday or to just escape the bustle of Dingle town
Golf Club Ceann Sibeal (Dingle) is the most westerly course in Europe. It is a short drive from Ballyferriter. The 6690-yard par 72 layout was co-designed by Eddie Hackett and Christy O'Connor Jr. The terrain is moronic and sandy, and not so vertiginous you need to jack up your heart rate to play the course, though it is definitely not flat.
The Dingle Peninsula has lots of lanes and pathways away from traffic where you can walk for hours, along cliffs, up and down mountains and hills, on beaches and near the sea. There are two way-marked walking routes, the Dingle Way and the Pilgrims' Route.
The Slea Head Drive is a circular route, forming part of the Wild Atlantic Way, beginning and ending in Dingle that takes in a large number of attractions and stunning views on the western end of the peninsula. The route is clearly labelled by road signs throughout its length. To properly enjoy the Drive, a half-day should be set aside for the journey.
The Conor Pass is the highest mountain pass in Ireland, and provides the most dramatic and scenic way of entering or leaving Dingle. This narrow, twisting road runs between the town of Dingle and Kilmore Cross on the north side of the peninsula, where roads fork to Cloghane/Brandon or Castlegregory.
Traditional Music 1 miles. Walking - Hill 2 miles. Fishing, Horse riding 3 miles. Cinema, Childrens Playground, Golf 7 miles.
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