Dingle Peninsula Cottage Rental Photos and Description
2 bedrooms, (1 couchbed in living room) 2 bathrooms, sleeps 7
This beautiful brand new cottage which comfortably sleeps 7 people is set among a small cluster of holiday cottages overlooking a sandy beach on Ferriter's Cove with the Atlantic Ocean and the Blasket Islands on one side and an 18-hole links golf course on the other, with Mount Brandon, Ireland's second highest mountain, in the background.
The Dingle Peninsula is situated in the South West corner of the island of Ireland on the western edge of Europe. Dun an Oir lies in the heart of the peninsula, a place where the Irish language is the spoken tongue, where traditions have been preserved for thousands of years.
The views from the cottages take in the Blasket Islands, Mount Brandon, Mount Eagle and the three peaks known as the Three Sisters.
The area has much to offer the visitor including; glorious beaches,fishing, hill walking, water sports ,pony trekking, traditional Irish pubs,superb restaurants and golf at the Cheann Sibeal Golf Course where the public are very welcome.
A winter break in Ceann Sibeal on the Dingle Peninsula offers superb walks on glorious beaches and hillsides.
Watch the powerfull Atlantic breakers and the brave surfers who take them on while you drive the spectacular scenic Slea Head road around the Dingle Peninsula.
Enjoy golf on the wonderful Dingle Golf Links,the most westerly golf course in Europe. (at reduced fees available for residents.)
Listen to the local men and women in their native tongue sing and play traditional Irish music in the village pubs while you enjoy a pint of Guinness in front of the turf fire.
You can enjoy all of the above even more whenyou know you are staying in a beautiful new,warm home with all the modern conveniences at 30 Dun an Oir.
- pets not allowed
- wheelchair accessible
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- Low Allergen Environment
Guestbook comments from the owner
The spacious and immaculate home at Dun an Oir is modern comforts amidst the magnificent wilderness and Southern Ireland in Kerry.
Easily accessible, this is the place for all lovers of sport (especially golf), calm and space that surround the ocean, the sea and the mountains.
Four adults, we spent a sunny week in May 2kms, minimarket Baillyferriter open every day, including Sunday.
5kms, the picturesque port of Dingle, with its pubs, shops and boat rides offer everything you need to liven up your evenings in an authentic Irish atmosphere.
We also much appreciated the impeccable cleanliness of this beautiful country, the prevailing security (without font!), Well-maintained roads and great, healthy food at affordable prices.
I also want to emphasize the natural friendliness of the Irish, that of our own Kevin! and the pleasure of meeting, here and there, and everywhere priority adorable animals!
Ireland to many other beautiful facets to discover: We'll be back!