3 bedroom farmhouse that sleeps 6 1 double bedroom and two twin bedrooms, a bathroom with shower over bath, downstairs you have fully fitted kitchen diner, also sitting room with sattelite tv, oil central heating outside you have a large private parking area withb a fenced garden with garden furniture Key Features Near Golf, Near Beach, Safe Swimming Beach, Mountain View, Partial Ocean View, Secluded Amenities Mountain View, Partial Ocean View, Secluded, Spacious, Fireplace, Board Games, Washing Machine Only, Dryer Only, Meadow View, Garden View, Antiques, Dining Table Seats, Double Bed, Twin Bed, Patio Furniture, Parking for Multiple Cars, Car Recommended, No Smoking, No Pets Allowed Property View Mountain View, Partial Ocean View, Meadow View, Garden View Attractions Near Golf, Near Beach, Safe Swimming Beach, Near Pier, Near Marina, Near Town, Near Shopping, Near Restaurants Airport Info Kerry airport situated 50 km from house directions given on request Payment Policy All rates are in pound sterling or euros. methods of payment - Cheque Paypal Cancellation Policy no refund of deposit if holiday cancelled Rules Rates are subjected to change without prior notice. no pets not allowed access to farmhouse after 4pm must vactre by 10am no smoking allowed. http://www.arkadia.com/dkon-t39313/
Recently refurbished to a high standard this traditional Farmhouse, located in Kinard and within a short walking distance of beach, is only a 10-minute drive from Dingle. Carraig commands spectacular views of Dingle Bay and the surrounding panorama. This property has been lovingly restored to a extremely high standard. Accommodation consists of four bedrooms (three en suite), a bathroom and a toilet. All bedrooms feature distinctive handcrafted built-in wardrobes and wooden floors. Beds are of excellent quality and all bed linen is provided. Electricity and heating oil are extra. Key Features Near Beach, Ocean View, Child Friendly, Spacious, Designer Furnishings, Professionally Decorated Amenities Ocean View, Child Friendly, Spacious, Designer Furnishings, Professionally Decorated, Fully Equipped Kitchen, TV, DVD Player, CD Stereo, Microwave, Dishwasher, Pots and Pans, Stove, Oven, Refrigerator, Mini Fridge, Washer/Dryer, Garden View, Skylight, Dining Table Seats, Dining Table, Shower, Balcony, Patio, Parking Available, Linens Included, Daily Trash and Towel Service Available Property View Ocean View, Garden View Attractions Near Beach, Near Town, Near Shopping, Near Restaurants, Walking Tours Payment Policy All the Rates are in Euros. Cancellation Policy Please Contact the Owner for Cancellation. Rules Rates are Subjected to Change without Prior Notice. http://www.arkadia.com/dkon-t42423/
If you are seeking peace, tranquility, pure air and essentially escaping the stresses of modern life then you have found the right place. Glenmore sits amidst the dramatic Slieve Mish Mountains on the Dingle Peninsula. The property offers total seclusion, strikingly diverse grounds, fascinating historical features and most notably commanding views. The main residence was built at the turn of the 20th century, and is one of the earliest examples of traditional Irish farmhouses in the area. The detached guest cottage, outbuildings, railway bridge and The Weavers ruin are said to pre-date the house by over 100 years, the main house and guest cottage were painstakingly restored over a period of four years, work completed in 2005. Glenmore is the perfect base for exploring County Kerry; major attractions such as Inch Strand and Brandon Bay are all within close proximity. The delightful and cosmopolitan town of Dingle with its varied restaurants, bars and boutiques is 25 min away and the famous Ring of Kerry can be reached within 20 min. Kerry has a lot to offer the active and sports orientated traveler, activities include hiking, surfing, windsurfing and horse riding. Less energetic types however will find a gentle stroll on a deserted Atlantic beach surrounded by imposing mountains followed by a pint of extra smooth Guinness equally rewarding. The interior of Glenmore is finished to an exceptionally high standard with sumptuous luxury furniture, exclusive fixtures and fittings including state of the art wares and appliances, rare features for rental accommodation in the vicinity. With high quality contemporary furnishings, wooden and slate floors a feeling of warmth and space prevail throughout. Thick stone walls keep the house cool in the summer and warm during the winter months. The attractive living room is furnished with leather sofas of understated luxury combined with a matching leather TV. The marvelous country fitted kitchen is well equipped with top specification Bosch appliances (cooker, washing machine/dryer and dishwasher). The house has three bedrooms, the spectacular master bedroom has a super king size bed and high vaulted ceilings. There is a bedroom with twin beds for young children (these can be converted into cots) and another room with a luxurious double bed. An excellent feature of the house is the bathroom, complete with cathedral style ceiling, exclusive Italian fittings and imported limestone tiles. There is a separate shower / wet room and cloakroom on the ground floor. The heated south facing conservatory is carpeted and has fine wicker furniture, perfect for enjoying the panoramic views to Moan Laur Mountain, regardless of the weather. Key Features Riverfront, Near Beach, Panoramic Mountain Views, Spacious, Designer Furnishings, Professionally Decorated Amenities Panoramic Mountain Views, Spacious, Designer Furnishings, Professionally Decorated, Home Gym, Fully Equipped Kitchen, Flat Screen TV, TV/DVD, Satellite TV, Microwave, CD Stereo, Board Games, Dishwasher, Pots and Pans, Place Settings, Utensils, Stove, Oven, Refrigerator, Blender, Wireless Internet Access, Washer/Dryer, Forest View, Hardwood Floors, Skylight, Sunroom, Dining Table, Bathtub, Shower, Hair Dryer, Terrace, Parking Available, Parking for Multiple Cars, Car Recommended, Linens Included, Weekly Housekeeping Property View Panoramic Mountain Views, Forest View Airport Info Tralee, Killarney, Dingle and Kerry Airport are all less than 30 min away. Payment Policy All the Rates are in Euros. Cancellation Policy Please contact the owner for Cancellation. Rules Rates are subjected to change without prior notice. http://www.arkadia.com/dkon-t50073/
These self catering vacation homes in Dingle are on an elevated site overlooking the natural harbour and marina within minutes of the town’s many traditional pubs (which often host Irish music sessions) and gourmet restaurants specialising in locally caught seafood. This vibrant town has a night club, cinema, a wide variety of traditional craft shops and a weekly Farm & Craft Market in the centre specialising in local seafood and produce. Dingle is a great destination for family vacations. In addition to the fantastic sandy beaches nearby at Inch and Ventry, there is a large leisure centre – Dingle World of Leisure (indoor swimming pool, gym, steam room, sauna, hydro spa, 10 pin bowling and amusements) and Dingle Ocean World , an excellent aquarium which is a great day out for the whole family. There are a number of sea safaris on offer in the area, taking visitors out to visit Dingle’s most famous inhabitant Fungie the Dolphin, out to the stunning Blasket Islands - Dingle Bay Charters or simply around the bay - Skellig Adventures. There is a great choice of outdoor activities in the area for both adults and children such as surfing at the West Coast Surf School, sailing, power boating and kayaking are all on offer at Dingle Sailing Centre who’s courses are all ISA approved. Mountaineering, rock climbing, horse riding, canoeing are all available at Irish Adventures Centre. Another local adventure centre Play At Height Activities offers abseiling, zip wire, a power fan and climbing wall. Dingle or An Daingean is part of the Kerry Gaeltacht area (Irish speaking area) where the language is still in everyday use. There are a number of marked walking and cycling trails along the coast with bicycle hire available in Dingle. This self catering accommodation in Dingle is a great base from which to tour the ‘Kingdom of Kerry’ being within easy reach of the Ring of Kerry, Killarney Lakes, and Killarney itself. Key Features Near Beach, Spacious, Designer Furnishings, Near Town, Fireplace, Near Shopping Amenities Spacious, Designer Furnishings, Fireplace, Satellite TV, Dishwasher, Gas Stove, Oven, Refrigerator, Washer/Dryer, Formal Dining Room, Dining Table Seats, Dining Table, Shower, Private Bathroom, Double Bed, Twin Bed, Patio, Patio Furniture, Parking Available Attractions Near Beach, Near Town, Near Shopping, Near Restaurants, Deep Sea Fishing, Horseback riding Airport Info Dingle to Shannon Airport – 179Km Payment Policy Rates are in Euros. Cancellation Policy Please contact the owner for cancellation. Rules Rates are subjected to change without prior notice. http://www.arkadia.com/dkon-t63975/
These three bedroom self catering vacation homes in Dingle are in a lovely courtyard setting with distant views of Dingle Bay just a very short walk from the very heart of this vibrant town with its many traditional pubs (which often host Irish music sessions) and gourmet restaurants specializing in locally caught seafood. The town has a night club, cinema, a wide variety of traditional craft shops and a weekly Farm & Craft Market in the centre specialising in local seafood and produce. There is also a large leisure centre – Dingle World of Leisure, which has an indoor swimming pool, gym, steam room, sauna, hydro spa, 10 pin bowling and amusements. Dingle Ocean World has an excellent aquarium and is a great day out for all the family. There are a wide variety of water sports and trips available at Dingle Marina including surfing at the West Coast Surf School, Dingle Bay Sea Angling Charters and Dingle Sailing Centre offers ISA approved courses in sailing, power boating and kayaking. There are a number of sea safaris on offer in the area, taking visitors out to visit Dingle’s most famous inhabitant Fungie the Dolphin, out to the stunning Blasket Islands - Dingle Bay Charters or simply around the bay - Skellig Adventures. The waters around the peninsula and islands are ideal for divers and Dive Dingle caters for all levels of ability and supplies all necessary equipment. Other activities available in the area include mountaineering, rock climbing, horse riding, canoeing all through Irish Adventures. The Dingle Peninsula has some really breathtaking landscape and there is a huge choice of marked walking and cycling trails of varying difficulty and length. The sandy beaches at Ventry and Inch are less than 10Km away. Key Features Near Golf, Near Beach, Spacious, Designer Furnishings, Near Town, Fireplace Amenities Spacious, Designer Furnishings, Fireplace, Satellite TV, CD Stereo, Microwave, Dishwasher, Oven, Refrigerator, Washing Machine Only, Dining Table Seats, Dining Table, Shower, Hair Dryer, Private Bathroom, Double Bed, Twin Bed, Patio, Patio Furniture, Parking Available Attractions Near Golf, Near Beach, Near Town, Near Shopping, Near Restaurants Airport Info Dingle to Shannon Airport – 179Km Payment Policy Rates are in Euros. Additional Mandatory Charges : Administration Charge = € 12.00 Security Deposit (Refundable) = € 200. Cancellation Policy Please contact the owner for cancellation. Rules Rates are subjected to change without prior notice. http://www.arkadia.com/dkon-t63977/
The land is located with a view of Durrow Abbey. There are numerous mature trees dotted around the park. There are a number of agricultural buildings and the property is an ideal location for one residence subject to necessary content NOTE: Vendor requires option to buy back the land within a 5 year period. Vendor will lease the farm at generous rental yield in the interim. Discounted sale price to reflect these conditions. Increasing price per year with buy back option expiring at end of 5 years. Full details on sale price, rental levels, annual price increase etc on request. Directions: From Dublin take the M4 on the Sligo road to junction 11 then take the M6 as far as junction 5 and follow the N52 towards Tullamore for 4km and the entrance to the property is on the right just after the Durrow Abbey entrance. From Tullamore town centre take the N52 towards Kilbeggan. From the last roundabout on the Tullamore bypass continue for about 2.5km and the property is on the left just before the Durrow Abbey entrance. The property is located between Tullamore and Kilbeggan and adjoins the national monument Durrow Abbey, Tullamore and Kilbeggan are both a five minute drive. Tullamore is a large thriving market town.
The lands are in grass with about 10 acres of marginal land and the remaining 60 acres is of good quality. At the highest point with stunning views there are a number of agricultural buildings and is an ideal location for one residence subject to necessary contents. NOTE: Vendor requires option to buy back the land within a 5 year period. Vendor will lease the farm at generous rental yield in the interim. Discounted sale price to reflect these conditions. Increasing price per year with buy back option expiring at end of 5 years. Full details on sale price, rental levels, annual price increase etc on request. Directions: Continue straight through Killmallock on the Ardpatrick road (R512) until you reach the village of Ballingaddy at the church turn right the land is on your right hand side. There are 4 entrance gates on two roads The property is located on the edge of the village of Ballingaddy and is about 1.7km to the railway bridge at Kilmallock. Limerick city is about a 30 minute drive and about 1 hour to Cork.
LOCATION; Tralia house is a beautiful, 4 star approved detached two storey farmhouse, which sleeps 6.It is located near the village of Firies, off the R561(route to Dingle)in a private setting.Its location offers guests great privacy and tranquillity while surrounded by beautiful countryside.It is an idyllic, rural, holiday base with numerous tourist attractions within easy reach.See our our web site at ... Killarney (9 miles)offers famous golf courses, fishing, hill walking as well as beautiful places of interest e.g. Muckross House, Killarney National Park, Torc Waterfall and numerous award winning restaurants. Tralee (8 miles) is a great shopping town and has many all weather facilities to cater for families e.g.Aqua dome, Jungle Jims Adventure World, Sports complex.Magnificent, blue flag beaches e.g. Inch(25 min), Rossbeigh, Banna are all within easy reach.The Dingle Peninsula is 30-40 min.away. Kenmare 30 min.Fenit which is very popular for sailing is 30 min. away. The village of Firies, within walking distance has three shops providing you with all the essentials.Here you will also find a very good butchers, three pubs a beauticians salon and a hair dressers. HOUSE DESCRIPTION; The house is very comfortable and has been decorated to a very high standard resulting in 4 star approval from Fáilte Ireland.While retaining its old world charm, it has a fully equipped large, kitchen with all modern appliances and a separate utility room.A w.c. and shower are also on the ground floor.There is a solid fuel stove in the large, comfortable sitting room, which also has a television, DVD player, books and games. There are three bedrooms up stairs.The Green Bedroom is a double room with a beautifully restored iron bed.The Blue Bedroom is a single room.The spacious Master Bedroom can accommodate three persons as it contains a queen sized bed and a restored iron, single bed.A cot would also fit in this or any of the other rooms.Any baby equipment e.g.cot, high chair, sterilizer can be supplied on request.Babysitters also available. There is ample parking , a garden with patio furniture, BBQ and plenty of space for children to play.Bicycles, a sand tray and games are also available.Tralia House is located on a working dairy farm.Guests are welcome to come and see the cows being milked and calves being fed.A selection of wellingtons are available for use.The only traffic jams you will experience here are cows on their way to milking. It is the ideal location for exploring Kerry.One can choose to relax completely here, or visit the wonderful range of attractions that make Kerry such a favourite with tourists. Prices vary ranging from €450-€750 per week.The electricity and oil are metered and charged by usage.Week-end rates available.I can be contacted on either the e mail or mobile provided below. •Parking •Central Heating •House Alarm •Washing Machine •Dryer •Dishwasher •Microwave Key Features Beachfront, Oceanfront, Lakefront, Riverfront, Near Golf, Near Beach Amenities Mountain View, Child Friendly, Secluded, Spacious, Professionally Decorated, Wood Stove, Fully Equipped Kitchen, TV, DVD Player, VCR, Microwave, Board Games, Reading Library, Dishwasher, Coffee Maker, Pots and Pans, Utensils, Oven, Refrigerator, Washer/Dryer, Forest View, Meadow View, Antiques, Bathtub, Shower, Hair Dryer, Queen bed, Double Bed, Twin Bed, Backyard, Patio, Fenced Yard, Patio Furniture, Private Gas Barbecue, Babysitting Available, Play Equipment, Bicycles Available, Parking Available, Parking for Multiple Cars, Airport Courtesy Shuttle, Car Recommended, Linens Included, Maid Service Available, No Telephone, No Smoking, No Pets Allowed Property View Mountain View, Forest View, Meadow View Airport Info Farranfore village (3miles from Tralia House) has excellent transport links with a bus-station, train-station and the international KERRY AIRPORT, WHICH HAS FLIGHT CONNECTIONS WITH STANSTED, MANCHESTER, FRANKFURT HAHN and during the summer LORIENT, FRANCE and for the winter months with GRENOBLE, FRANCE.Collection can be arranged and is complimentary. Payment Policy Rates are quoted in Euro. A deposit of one night’s rent is due within 10 business days from the day of booking. Full payment is due 30 days prior to arrival. Personal checks, money orders, traveler’s checks are accepted forms of payment. Cancellation Policy For cancellations more than 90 days prior to arrival, there is no fee( unless there are bank charges). For cancellations less than 90 days prior to arrival and more than 31 days prior to arrival there is a fee of one night rent. There are no refunds for cancellations less than 30 days prior to arrival. Travel Insurance is advised. Rules Smoking is not permitted in the house. Smoking is permitted on the back deck or front porch. Please dispose of cigarette butts properly. On Departure: All furniture should be in the same place as it was on arrival. The kitchen should be clean, dishes washed, and refrigerator wiped down. All trash should be bagged and disposed of in garbage can. Check under beds and furniture for all personal belongings. Leave keys on kitchen table. Farm Safety; Please ask the owner if it is safe to approach any farm animals before doing so. http://www.arkadia.com/dkon-t39570/
On the edge of the town of Kilmallock, the lands are in permanent grass surrounded by high hedging and bound by two roads. There is extensive road frontage on both roads. This is an ideal location for one residence subject to necessary contents. Directions Continue straight through Kilmallock on the Ardpatrick road (R512) until you reach the railway bridge go over the bridge and turn right the land is on your left hand side and also continues along the main road. There are 4 entrance gates on two roads.
Gortboy land is a very attractive non residential farm laid out in grass, on the edge of the town of Kilmallock. The lands are in permanent grass surrounded by high hedging and bound by two roads. There is road frontage on to local cul de sac which also has access to Former Mill and rear access to well known Kilmallock Mart. An ideal location suitable for numerous uses. Directions: From Limerick proceed to Kilmallock Town, turn right at Fitzgerald Electrical and left just past the GAA field. Go to T junction and turn right. Land is on right hand side. Note: Access also retained over main service road through the existing new Glen Grove housing development on the main Charleville Road. The property is located to the rear of the Kilmallock mart at the edge of Kilmallock town and has access to the Kilmallock/Charleville road. Limerick city is about a thirty minute drive and about an hour to Cork.
Located close to the village of Carrigallen, the lands are in permanent grass of mixed with quality on an elevated site, with stunning views across Lough Calloughs. There is no road frontage. This is an ideal location for one residence subject to necessary contents. There is a right of way in favour of the health officer to service the water pumping station. Directions Go through the village of Carrigallen on the R204 heading west. From the post office in Carrigallan continue for 1.3km and then take a right up a lane for 0.11km and the land is in front of you. The property is located up a lane 1.3km from this pretty picturesque village. Carrigallen has a number of pubs, a shop, post office and a school. Cavan town is about a twenty minutes drive and is a thriving market town.
Kilkeana Farm House is situated at the foot of the hills overlooking Kenmare Bay. The geographical location allows easy access to all three peninsulas on the South West Coast, Beara, Iveragh, (Ring of Kerry) and Dingle. Situated on a family run farm adjoining the 15, 000 Hectare Killarney National Park, this Board Failte approved holiday home offers the following accommodation. House Consists of: UPSTAIRS: 2 Double Bedrooms both en suite & GROUND FLOOR: Kitchen/Dining room, Sitting room, Jacuzzi Bathroom and Twin Bedroom. Washer/Dryer, Fridge, Cooking Facilities, Dishwasher, Microwave, Bed Linen, Towels, T.V., Video Recorder, Inital Starter Fire Pack, Welcome Pack on arrival. ESB and Oil extra. Kenmare by the sea, nestles among the mountains of Cork and Kerry, hence its Gaelic name "NEIDIN" meaning "Little Nest". The charming picturesque town of Kenmare is a good example of one of Ireland's planned towns. On entering Kenmare, visitors are immediately captivated by the town's enchanting appearance and the genuinely welcoming atmosphere. Brightly coloured houses and shops, bars, restaurants, create the perfect backdrop to what will prove to be a memorable holiday. There is a range of restaurants to suit all your tastes (and your pocket!), whether you prefer to relax and enjoy fine dining or sit in a local pub and feast on wild mussels fresh from the cleanest waters in Europe - Kenmare is the place to be. Within easy reach of Kenmare are the uncrowded hills and mountains of Cork and Kerry. To the north lies 'The MacGillycuddy Reeks, Ireland's highest peak 'Carrantuohill' (1013 meters), also there are seven other Munroes(Mountains over 1000 meters) and forty peaks over 600 meters. To the south of Kenmare are the gentle Cahas covered with a rich layer of Blanket bog which stretch from gougane Barra to the Atlantic Ocean. If you want to cover a little more ground, but at your own pace cycling is the perfect way to tour the beautiful countryside surrounding Kenmare. Information is available on a large number of routes and bicycles can be hired locally. Two bicycles available for guest use. Canoeing, snorkelling, sailing, waterskiing and windsurfing are some of the watersports available. Daily cruises are available from Kenmare pier to explore the wildlife and scenary surrounding Kenmare. Key Features Near Golf, Mountain View, Near Shopping, Near Restaurants, Snorkeling, Fishing Amenities Mountain View, TV, Microwave, Dishwasher, Washer/Dryer, Garden View, Dining Table Seats, Dining Table, Parking Available, Linens Included Property View Mountain View, Garden View Attractions Near Golf, Near Shopping, Near Restaurants, Snorkeling, Fishing, Sailing, Water Skiing, Windsurfing, Kayaking, Biking, Horseback riding, Walking Tours, Sightseeing Payment Policy All Rates are in Euros. Christmas & New Year - 450 Easter - 400 Rules Rates are subjected to change without prior notice. http://www.arkadia.com/dkon-t39301/
Press article on this house can be found here - ... Home website - ... At the bottom of this page there is a link to a virtual tour of this property. Emlagh House has been in the Bridgestone Guide's Top 100 Place to Stay in Ireland. Emlagh's antique beds, bookcases, clusters of artwork and a piano in the drawing room combine to create a restful atmosphere for visitors, while the roaring fire in the entrance hallway. A guide price of €1.5m has been set for the property, which will include all furniture and fittings, as well as approximately half of the extensive art collection. Site size: 1.08 acres 11 bedrooms, all en-suite, double vanities, separate tub & power shower. Average bedroom are 420sq ft Kitchen information: Extensive stainless steel kitchen with full facilities Breakfast & dining room overlooking Dingle Bay Dry goods store-keeping room Interior features: All Ceilings 10ft+ Foyer with limestone floor Brazilian mahogany crafted stairs Original pitchpine flooring on dining room Oak parquet floor in conservatory All bedrooms & drawing room fully carpeted Heating & cooling: All bathroom floors electrically heated All bedrooms individually zoned with dual air conditioning & heating units All hallways heated with electric storage heating Drawing & dining room heated via electric air conditioning Property Features • Property boundary in traditional dry stone walls, red sandstone , 6ft high • Front Porch • Garden Area • Professional Landscaping • Patios • Double galzed sliding sash windows Additional Rooms • Computer Room • Library/Office • Office • Separate Living Room • Sun Room Laundry Information • Laundry Room Downstairs Utility Information. http://www.arkadia.com/zpoc-t2905183/
Overlooking the mouth of the Shannon with spectacular views south to Kerry Head and the Macgillycuddy Reeks and west towards the Dingle Peninsular, the house is surrounded by lawns, gardens and rock walls. Built as a Summerhouse for the McDonnell Family, descendants of the Earl of Anrtrim and designed by the same architect as Dromoland Castle, the property sits on 20 acres with 800 feet of own waterfront in the grounds and a nice sandy beach within 5 minutes of the house. There are walled gardens and yards to the rear including a garage, a tennis house, a tennis court, 2 dry sheds, fuel shed, and boiler room with central heating unit. The first floor consists of entrance hall, reception hall, dining room, fully equipped kitchen, drawing room with original marble fireplace, television room, living room/bedroom, bathroom, separate toilet and a double bedroom. Leading downstairs is a restored original oak staircase. The downstairs are partly tiled and partly carpeted and consists of a billiard room, utility/wine cellar, 3 double bedrooms, leisure area with sauna, steam shower, whirlpool and solarium and 2 bathrooms. This property is located 5 km away from the seaside resort town of Kilkee, which has a famous horse show sandy beach, an abundance of restaurants, traditional pubs, hotels, golf course and beautiful scenery, which a stunning cliff walk. Also 5 km away is the picturesque Village of Carraigaholt, which has its own harbour where you can buy fresh fish directly adn wonderful restaurants. There is a sandy beach only 5 minutes walk from the house.
A traditional farm cottage on tranquil private land, giving you the chance to escape from the pressures of modern day life and relax in privacy. The holiday cottage is situated within 20 mins drive from Kilkee and offers wide views across the Shannon Estuary to Dingle Peninsula. Surrounded by the River Shannon to the South side, and by the Atlantic Ocean to the North, nature has created the most majestic scenery on the Loophead peninsula. The rugged beauty of the area has remained unspoilt into the twenty-first century - so much so that the area can boast of having the purest air in Europe offering many exciting outdoor activities. Open plan living area in centre of cottage Sitting area with comfortable leather furniture and open fire place, wooden flooring TV & Books Dining area with traditional country furniture, tiled flooring Windows to the south with views to countryside Fully equipped kitchen, tiled flooring Electric cooker with a good size oven, micro wave oven, kettle, toaster etc Dish-washer and washing machine 4 bedrooms 2 twin bedrooms 1 family bedroom with single and double bed 1 single bedroom, en suite En suite bathroom with shower/WC Main bathroom with tub, WC Central heating Wooden floors and wooden ceilings Daily higher price: 56 EUR Daily lower price: 56 EUR Min Stay: 7 nights. http://www.arkadia.com/zeue-t39709/
4.5 hours from Rosslare and 2 hours from Cork - this well equipped house with south facing front garden is on a working dairy farm just 3 miles from the bustling town of Killorglin and Milltown village. Both have restaurants, take-aways, pubs and year round lively traditional music. This is a truly relaxing setting with quiet country roads ideal for walking/cycling. Ideally placed for touring the Dingle Peninsula, Ring of Kerry, Killarney with its stunning National Park and Beara Peninsula all of which are easily accessible. GF: lounge/kitchen/diner, 2 doubles 1 with ensuite bathroom 1 with ensuite shower room, w.c. FF: double with ensuite bathroom, twin, bathroom with shower over bath. Electricity and oil central heating included, wood burner with starter pack, linen and towels included, cot, high chair, stair gate, TV, video, dvd player, CD, microwave, dishwasher, w/machine, games console, hairdryer, electric blankets, welcome pack, fully enclosed garden, garden seat, off road parking. Pets welcome. This property is most suitable for 6 adults and 2 children. A truly relaxing setting with the soothing sound of birdsong, cows and clucking hens. Quiet country roads ideal for walking/cycling. Key Features Pet Friendly, Near Golf, Near Beach, Child Friendly, Spacious, Professionally Decorated Amenities Pet Friendly, Child Friendly, Spacious, Professionally Decorated, Fireplace, Fully Equipped Kitchen, TV, DVD Player, CD Stereo, Microwave, Dishwasher, Utensils, Washing Machine Only, Garden View, Formal Dining Room, Dining Table Seats, Dining Table, Shower, Hair Dryer, Private Bathroom, Double Bed, Parking Available, Linens Included Property View Garden View Attractions Near Golf, Near Beach, Near Town, Near Shopping, Near Restaurants, Fishing, Horseback riding Payment Policy All rates are in Pound sterling. Cancellation Policy Please contact owner for cancellation. Rules Rates are subjected to change without prior notice. http://www.arkadia.com/dkon-t69250/
Traditional, stone style cottage, providing luxury self - catering accommodation and sleeping five people. The layout includes a fully equipped fitted kitchen with solid oak table placed beside one of the two rustic, red brick, feature walls. There is a charming old style living room with a solid fuel stove, surrounded by a spectacular hand cut local stone fireplace, complimented by pine beams and a subtle lighting system creating a truly relaxing atmosphere. A double bedroom on ground level is furnished with handmade pine furniture and chestnut wooden flooring. This room leads directly to shower and toilet facilities. A wrought iron spiral staircase fitted with solid oak steps, leads to a spacious landing area which is furnished with wardrobe and futon. Two doors lead from the landing, one accessing the mezzanie bedroom which sleeps three people (one double and one single bed ) The second door accesses a fully fitted bathroom with a jacuzzi bath, electric shower and toilet facilities. Velux windows in the upstairs landing area further enhance the natural lighting throughout the property and old rectory cast iron radiators and wrought ron masonary. The garden has a wooden shed facilitating storage of equipment for outdoor pursuits. Mountain bikes, fishing rods, canoes, walking boots, etc, as well as ordinance survey maps are available from the owners free of charge. A shady front garden has seating and barbeque facilities. Located in quiet scenic rural area within easy reach of Kerry's world renowned sights. Within walking distance are Dunloe Castle and gardens, Beaufort Ogham stones. Tomies wood and O’Sullivan’s cascade horse riding and walking at the Gap of Dunloe, Fishing on the river Laune, golfing at Gap of Dunloe and Beaufort golf clubs. Within thirty minutes drive of Bridge View is Muckross House and gardens with traditional farms, Killarney National Park and Torc waterfall, Ross castle with boat trips on the lakes of Killarney, trout and salmon fishing on Killarney lakes. A one hour drive from Bridge View brings you to Dingle, home to Fungi the friendly dolphin and the magical Dingle peninsula and mount Brandon, with boat trips to the Great Blasket Island. Also within one hour drive is Inch beach with its water sports facilities. Key Features Near Golf, Near Beach, Child Friendly, Spacious, Wheelchair Accessible, Fireplace Amenities Child Friendly, Spacious, Wheelchair Accessible, Fireplace, Fully Equipped Kitchen, TV, Microwave, Dishwasher, Pots and Pans, Utensils, Stove, Refrigerator, Washing Machine Only, Dryer Only, Hardwood Floors, Shower, Hair Dryer, Patio Furniture, Babysitting Available, Bicycles Available, Boats Available, Parking Available, Linens Included, Laundry Service Available, Maid Service Available Attractions Near Golf, Near Beach, Near Town, Near Shopping, Near Restaurants, Fishing, Mountain Biking Airport Info Bridge View is seven miles from both Killarney train and bus stations. Killarney has a railway link with Cork, Dublin, Farranfore and Tralee. Kerry airport is eleven miles north of Beaufort at Farranfore, off the N22. Bus Eireann’s no 286 service departs daily from Kerry airport to Killarney. Travelling between Killarney and Killorglin take left turn for Beaufort village. Beaufort has two bars, one restaurant, one supermarket and a post office. Nearby Hotel Dunloe Castle offers five star restaurant facilities. Kate Kearney’s cottage at the Gap of Dunloe has evening music and dance, restaurant and bar facilities. Payment Policy • Please call the Owner for Rates. Cancellation Policy • Please call the Owner for Cancellation. Rules • Rates are subjected to change without prior notice. http://www.arkadia.com/dkon-t46760/
The cottages are located on a 20 acre farm overlooking beautiful views of the 'Kenmare Bay' and the rugged Caha Mountains, 16kms from Kenmare town, on the Beara Peninsula route R571. The cottages are centrally located for touring the 'Ring of Beara, ' 'Ring of Kerry, ' the 'Dingle', and 'Bantry' Peninsulas. The surrounding countryside has so much to offer from spectacular sea views to wild rugged mountains, unspoiled, untouched, and in peaceful settings. Waterfalls, woodlands, Celtic stone circles, pebble beaches, and lush green valleys. Little colourful rural villages dotted along the coastline. Local amenities include; boat trips to see the seals, hill walking, Direen Gardens (tropical), hikes up beside a local waterfall. In nearby Adrigole, there is sailing and sailing courses, kayak rental and powerboat training. There is access through our farm where one can see further stunning views of the mountains, woodlands, and the wild Atlantic Ocean. Westland Cottage has 3 bedrooms. 1 double room ensuite (shower, wash hand basin & WC), 1 room with 2 single beds and 1 room with 2 single beds. Bathroom with bath and shower overhead. Open plan Kitchen, Dining room and Sitting room with open fireplace. Kitchen contains fridge, electric cooker, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher and microwave. All cooking utensils ie. fully equipped kitchen. Private parking. Irish Tourist Board Approved 4 stars. The Sitting room and front bedrooms look out on the 'Kenmare Bay'. The Double Bedroom and remaining Rooms look out on the magnificent Mountains. Access through farm overlooking beautiful views of the 'Kenmare Bay'.Bed linen is included in the price. Electricity and oil central heating are an extra charge. Towels can be hired or the Guests can bring their own. No smoking within the cottage. Sorry no pets allowed. Key Features Oceanfront, Near Golf, Near Beach, Safe Swimming Beach, Mountain View, Near Town Property View Mountain View Attractions Oceanfront, Near Golf, Near Beach, Safe Swimming Beach, Near Town, Near Shopping, Near Restaurants, Sailing, Swimming, Hiking, Walking Tours, Sightseeing Airport Info Distance from the nearest Airport which is Kerry Airport is approx. 56km Next Airport is Cork Airport approx. 112km. Take the R571 (Castletownbere Rd., ) and follow the signs for 'Westland Holiday Homes' for approx. 16km. After 16km, on the right side of the road is 'The Lakehouse Pub & Restaurant', after passing 'The Lakehouse Pub', drive for approx. 3km, keep a 'look out' on the right side of the road for our sign - it is on a bend on the road (ie. 2nd road on the right after 'The Lakehouse Pub'). Drive down this road, past the 'Tuosist Post Office' for approx. 3km. You will see the sign for 'Westland Holiday Homes' on the left side of the road. Payment Policy All rates are in Euro. Deposit on booking. Full balance of payment is due 6 weeks before arrival date. Heating and electricity are extra. Discount for couples during low season, please contact owner for rates. Minimum stay of 3 nights please contact owner for rates. Refundable security/damage deposit Euro 100.00 on arrival. Cancellation Policy For cancellation please contact the owner. Rules Rates are subjected to change without prior notice. http://www.arkadia.com/dkon-t38326/
Located at the shores of Clogher Lake the house is approached along an avenue lined with copper beeches, beeches and oaks and is surrounded by its own c 94 acres leading to the extensive lakeshore frontage. As the avenue sweeps off to the front of the house, catching the first glimpses of the lake, veering to the right is a back entrance to the courtyard and farm buildings. The residence makes a superb family home, which is well located, benefiting from being centrally set within its own lands and enjoying fine views over mature parkland down to the lake. The house is conveniently laid out and although it impresses by its grandeur it very much feels like a home. The rooms are bright, well proportioned and are a showcase of Georgian architecture. Throughout the house there are exquisite features, such as the corniced ceilings, the wood panelled recessed windows and the impressive antique fireplaces. Directions: from the bridge in Carrick-on-Shannon continue on the N4 Sligo Road for 4.6miles then take the left hand turn signposted for Croghan and there is a white lodge style house on the corner. Continue along this road and over the Railway Bridge and veer to the right. Continue for 2.6miles until you reach a T Junction (there is a sign on the T Junction for Ashford Croghan) take a right hand turn signed Ballyboy Farm. Continue for 0.5 miles and Moylurg is on the left hand side with blue c
One enters Sleighduff through natural stone walls and electric gates up a tree lined avenue with back round lighting on both sides which leads up to the farm house and equine centre. 4 bed Traditional farm house Full planning permission for 2 storey 6,803 sq.ft house Full planning permission for 6 holiday home cottages Equine centre (37,814 sq.ft) 32 Monarch Stables in American barn Indoor arena 70.5m x 31m Outdoor arena ready for surfacing 50m x 80m Ample Parking Outhouses/barns 8 fenced turnout paddocks, designated area for 9 further sand paddocks Excellent quality land in grass. Directions From Dublin proceed on to the M11 take exit 21, third right off the first roundabout (signposted Inch) second right off second roundabout (signposted ballynattin), up hill straight through 1st crossroads (signposted Johnstown 5km), stay left at Y junction, left at next T junction, 100 yards on the right hand side of the road. Sleighduff sits in an exceptional location at the edge of the quaint village of Johnstown. The thriving town of Arklow is minutes away and Dublin is an hour?s drive. The M11 is 7km from the property.
This is a great opportunity to acquire a prime agricultural holding situated in an extremely good location, off the M4, outside Enfield and Longwood. This is a great opportunity to acquire a prime agricultural holding with a ruin of a house, and a hay barn. The property is entered via a farm gate off the road, with cattle handling facilities, it is laid out in one block, bound by natural hedging, with free draining soil, it is currently in grass. The property provides an ideal opportunity for an intending purchaser to apply for planning permission for one or more residences subject to the necessary consents. '+CHR(13)+ Longwood c.5 km, Enfield c.8 km, M4 c.8 km,
Available in two lots:- Lot 1 c.44 acres - asking price EURO675,000 Lot 2 c. 11 acres - asking price EURO220,000 Rahanna is located in the heart of County Louth, approximately 3.3 km north of the town of Ardee. Ardee is the principle town of rich farming countryside in Mid Louth and has grown much in the last 10 years mainly as a result of easy access to new roads including the M1 motorway which links Dublin to Belfast. The larger towns of Dundalk and Drogheda are both 20 km away. Rahanna is only a 7 minute drive from the M1 Motorway and Dublin is in total a one hour drive to the city centre.
Located in a tranquil setting,the original house & gate lodge have been sympathetically restored and upgraded. This is a working stud farm & the highly regarded Clononeen herd of coloured cobs have been bred & exported since the 1970s. A unique opportunity to acquire a country house and working stud farm in immaculate condition located in a tranquil setting. Main Residence: Open plan kitchen/living room, 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, cloakroom, utility room, walk-in hot press, boot room, office. The main house extends to approx. 2,000 sq. ft. (186 sq. m.) Gate Lodge: Open plan kitchen/living room, 2 bedrooms 1 en suite, bathroom & utility room. Total approx. 850 sq. ft. (78.9 sq. m.) Main Stable Yard: American Barn 10 Lodden boxes, adjoining vet room, 4 large barns (one in stables), 2 large lean-tos, two-storey stone barn including pump-room, tack room, storage areas, extensive concrete yards, arena, machinery yard. Second Yard: Second surfaced yard in the centre of the farm with 30 x 20 shed. Lands: Lands extend to c. 16.16ha (40 acres), laid out in grass, postand- railed, electric fencing and piped water throughout, internal access through fields and convenient road entrances. Dublin 108 km (67 miles), Limerick 85 km (53 miles), Kilkenny 56 km (35 miles), Nenagh 38 km (24 miles), Portlaoise 27 (16 miles), Roscrea 10km (6 miles), Borris-in-Ossory 1.6km (1 mile). Directions: From Dublin: Take the M7 past Portlaoise to the turn-off (Junction 21) for Borris-in-Ossory (approx. 70 minutes in normal traffic from the Red Cow roundabout). Then take the turn left for Limerick on the old N7 at the final roundabout, then first right after about 800 metres. Clononeen Stud is 300 m
Tir na Meala is Irish and translates into “Land of Honey”. The B+B is a former honey farm and there are still active beehives on the grounds. A local artist (Pauline Dodds) painted the four seasons of beekeeping on the ceiling of the guest used library. The house is under German-Irish management and has a friendly and comfortable interior. Each of the five guestrooms is dedicated to a specific colour and has it’s own bathroom. Guests are also welcome to relax in the peaceful environment of the library and the natural garden with two nature ponds. You may find the dining room one of your favourite places as we emphasise organic and wholesome food, both very tasty and healthy. So, start your day with freshly made muesli out of organic grain, seeds, fresh fruit, nuts and cream, delicious pancakes with maple syrup and homemade bread out of freshly milled organic grain. Certainly you also have the option of a traditional Irish fry. We also offer evening dinner which contains products of our organic vegetable garden as well as fresh quality food from the farms around and the local butcher. You will be perfectly prepared for either exploring one of the five spectacular peninsulas of southwest Ireland or maybe a day trip to Cork City which is only 50 minutes away. There are also some picturesque towns to discover, like Dingle, Killarney, Kenmare and Bantry. Nearby you also find the famous Guagan Barra Forest Park, ideal for hiking tours. It is also the source of the river Lee where St. Finnbarr established his first monastery in the 7th century, which is a picturesque well known spiritual place with a little mountain lake and church. The B+B itself is located in the Muscrai Gaeltacht area, one of the few remaining Irish speaking regions of the country. Cultural events in Coolea include: sheep shearing competition, regular traditional Irish music pub sessions and art exhibitions. One of the four local pubs is located on the border between Cork and Kerry and is in fact the highest pub in Ireland. If you like you can also take one of our bikes out and cycle along the historic Beara Breifne Way which comes within a short distance of our B+B or just take a stroll through the beautiful country side and meet our friendly farmer neighbours who are always ready for a little chat. We also offer overnight accommodation for bikers on tour. Your bike can be stored in a safe place and we will wash your cycle gear for a fresh start next morning. Coolea is one of the rare communities in Ireland that has it's own public open air heated swimming pool, so if the weather permits why not go for a relaxing swim. Key Features Pet Friendly, Child Friendly, Spacious, Community Outdoor Heated Pool, Dart Board, Reading Library Amenities Pet Friendly, Child Friendly, Spacious, Community Outdoor Heated Pool, Dart Board, Reading Library, Refrigerator, Printer, Wireless Internet Access, Washer/Dryer, Garden View, Dining Table Seats, Shower, Hair Dryer, Private Bathroom, King Bed, Double Bed, Twin Bed, Child Size Bed, Crib, BBQ, Screened Deck, Terrace, Bicycles Available, On Site Restaurant, Continental Breakfast, Conference Facility, Parking Available, Public Transportation Available, Linens Included, Daily Housekeeping, Daily Trash and Towel Service Available, Laundry Service Available, No Smoking Property View Garden View Airport Info There are regular flights from the UK, Germany and many other countries to Dublin and Cork. Ryanair also has flights to Kerry Airport near Killarney. Internal flights in Ireland (Dublin-Cork and Dublin-Kerry Airport) are handled by either Ryanair or Aer Arann. Tir na Meala is located 6km outside of Ballyvourney, which lies on the N22 between Cork and Killarney. In Ballyvourney cross the River Sulane opposite the Mills Inn and follow the signs to Tir na Meala. Payment Policy All rates are in Euros. B&B: for 1 night- € 35, more than 1 night- € 30 per person/per night Dinner per person- € 15 Packed lunch- € 5 Transport from/to airport/station: Cork Airport- € 30 Killarney Station- € 20 Kerry (Farranfore) Airport- € 30 Rules Rates are subjected to change without prior notice. http://www.arkadia.com/dkon-t40180/
With great scope to extend, subject to planning permission, no.35 is conveniently located in a sought after and established residential location close to Monkstown & Blackrock villages with excellent shopping and transport facilities. Accommodation comprises 2 reception rooms, kitchen/breakfast room, 2 bathrooms and three bedrooms. There is a substantial double garage which could easily be converted, and a mature rear garden approximately 50ft deep. To the front of the property is ample car parking facilities. No. 35 would be ideal for an investor, family, young couple or someone who wishes to downsize. A perfect opportunity to acquire a spacious home in this desirable location. Coming from Stradbrook Road, travel up to the roundabout and take the first turning to the left, No. 35 is on the right hand side before the turn off for Monkstown Farm.