This 19th century traditional period residence has been lovingly restored set in one acre of mature garden, 4 star ITBA (Irish Tourist Board Approved). The house is spacious throughout, with exposed stonework, solid beams and a farmhouse kitchen.
An idyllic position down a country lane - ideal for walking yet only 2 miles from the bustling town of Killorglin noted for its Puck Fair festival, pub restaurants and traditional music bars. It is conveniently located for touring the Dingle Peninsula and Ring of Kerry with Killarney town 10 miles. Savour the view to the highest mountain in Ireland the MacGillycuddy Reeks. Sea river and lake fishing is on your doorstep with Lough Caragh and the river Laune nearby. There are 3 beautiful beaches Rossbeigh,Cromane and Dooks.
Killorglin- Walkers, Golfers, fishermen, family fun, are all catered for. The property is walking distance from Killorglin (18 holes) golf course, 5 minutes from horse riding facilities and only 6 or 10 miles from two beautiful sandy beaches. Sea, river or lake fishing is on your doorstep with Lough Caragh and the River Laune nearby. Inland, the MacGillycuddy Reeks make for a challenging climb for the serious hill walker, whilst others may wish to opt for a gentler pace along the Kerry Way walking route.
Traditional Irish music is played in the pubs in Killorglin town where you are spoilt for choice with restaurants. The town of Killorglin is situated in the heart of Kerry, along the Laune River. This lively town located on a hill is best known for one of Ireland's oldest, longest and probably most unusual celebrated festivals - Puck Fair. The fair is held without fail on 10th, 11th and 12th August every year with 12 hours of free family street entertainment.
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