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These award winning cottages were part of an original 18th century farm house and look out into the courtyard. They are situated on an 80 acre dairy farm and is surrounded by mature gardens. There is a children's play area on site with a basketball hoop for young and old. Collect freshly laid eggs for breakfast from the hens in the garden and a visit to see the cows being milked can be arranged.
After a fulfilling day sightseeing in the area, relax in front of an open log fire, sip a glass of wine, or take a relaxing jacuzzi bath.
A Holiday Lettings verified reviewer Limerick, Ireland
Reviewed March 27, 2012
Reviewed June 21, 2014
Reviewed June 21, 2014
Dining Seats (4)
Full Baths (1)
Living Room Seats (4)
Suitable For Children Under 5
Additional amenities & feature info
Downstairs is largely open-plan and features a fitted kitchen/diner and spacious sitting room with open log fire and sumptuous leather furniture. There is one bedroom downstairs and two more upstairs, all of which are en-suite. Bathrooms feature deluxe power showers and one also has a jacuzzi bath. The cottage is newly renovated throughout and great care has been taken to ensure that it is tastefully finished and decorated to a high standard by local craftsmen, with a rough interior and exterior finish. A stay at our farm cottage is a must as you will be assured of a warm welcome.
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Smoking not allowed
1 Full bath
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Additional Rate and Availability Information
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Oil and electric charged at €7 per day June to September, €9 per day September to June
About the neighborhood
Kenmare is on the Ring of Kerry, with many places to explore. For walkers, there is the Kerry Way and the Beara Way. If golf is your sport, Kenmare boasts two excellent 18-hole courses and courses in Killarney and Glengarriff mean you will never be short of a game. There are also excellent water sport facilities and horse riding nearby. We are happy to give you help and advice on what to visit in the area. Kilgarvan, a rural village where you meet the real locals, is home to Ardtully Castle and has excellent walking trails. Fishing is available in the local rivers and sea.
How to get there
Kenmare is easily accessible by road, rail or air. Fly to Cork, Shannon or Kerry airports and then by hire car – all the major companies hire from all Ireland's main airports. Alternatively with own car via the ferry ports at Rosslare and Dublin. There is a main line train station in Killarney and a good nation-wide bus service in operation. Buses run into Kenmare daily, monday to friday only.
Airport: Kerry: 25.5 mi
Railway: Killarney: 20.5 mi
Ferry: Rosslare: 183.3 mi
Fishing Nearby, There Is A Golf Course Within 30 Mins Drive, Horse Riding Nearby, There Are Tennis Courts Nearby, Watersports Nearby, Nearest Beach: 4.3 mi