Interior of the main house is finished to an exceptionally high standard with luxury furniture, exclusive fixtures including state of the art appliances. With 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 living room is of understated luxury with sumptuous leather sofas and the marvellous country fitted kitchen is well equipped with Bosch appliances. The house has three bedrooms, the spectacular master bedroom has a super king bed and vaulted ceilings. The bathroom features a cathedral style ceiling, exclusive Italian fittings and imported limestone tiles. A wet room and cloakroom are on the ground floor. The heated conservatory has fine wicker furniture, perfect for enjoying the panoramic views and sunsets. The detached cottage has underfloor heating, galleried bedroom and en-suite toilet.
This superb property is set in an extensive private, gated estate and is secluded throughout, with peace and privacy from all aspects of the grounds. The grounds comprise of 3 diverse acres and are perfect for exploring and just getting away from it all! Features include an idyllic waterfall setting with natural pool, flora and ferns, a historical ruin, the magnificent Dingle Railway Bridge (disused), various secluded paths and secrets of the Glen.
There are two open paddocks and a stable yard that contain the gymnasium. The gym has free weights, bench, cross trainer, exercise tower, abdominal cruncher and machine. It is decorated to a high standard with custom mirrors, wood lining, padded flooring and iPod dock. If you are a surfer or windsurfer we have board and wetsuit storage facilities, with multiple board racks and wetsuit drying, converted from an original stone outbuilding.
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. 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 traveller, 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.
Golf: The nearest golf facilities are at Castlegregory Golf And Fishing Club, in the beautiful surrounds Brandon Bay. This 9-hole course is situated on the Connor Pass road.