Cherrywood kitchen with all mod.cons ,double oven,grill and 4 rings,coffee maker,big fridge with freezer,electric kettle,toaster,microwave,dishwasher,washing machine and dryer and and all you need in the kitchen too numorous to mention.Living room with comfortable seating and a big coffee table, big open log or turf fireplace. Satelite Television, library and a collection of CDs ans DVDs, a big window looking out at the Ocean,Clogher Beach,Sybil Head,3 Sisters,Clogher Head which is the nearest point to America,Ceann Sratha where the village of the Film of 'Far and Way' was constructed and the surrounding farms and there animals.Dining room incudes dining table seating for 8-10 comfortable with double glass doors leading to balcony which has seating for 8 to 10 people which has stunning views of Clochar Beach, Sybil Head and the surrounding countryside and the Atlantic Ocean and listen to the waves crashing against the cliffs or watch the sailing boats or relax on the balcony with a drink watching the sun set over the sea'Magical'
Big double en-suite bedroom, Separate powder room with toilet and washbasin.
First floor: Master suite with king size bed and sitting area bathroom features on original cast iron tub plus upstanding walk in shower, double bedroom en-suite,twin room with 2 single beds.and en-suite (all en-suites has power showers).
This is no ordinary cottage, quite apart from breath-taking views from every windows,the house is utterly delightful and comfortable with oil fired central heating,wooden floors and subtle decor which sets the tone in this tranquil hideaway.
Situated on the Panoramic Slea Head drive and the Dingle Way,10Km from the quaint fishing town of Dingle,2Km from the village of Baile an Fheirtearaigh(Ballyferriter)with a church, 3 pubs, hotel,supermarket,restaurants,potteries,cafes, heritage centre.
Golf links, horse riding,hill walking, and beautiful safe sandy beaches close by.
1.5Km from the village of Dun Chaoin(Duinquin) Kruger's pub (the nearest pub to America) and the Blasket Island heritage center and restaurant. Boats to the Blasket Island leaves from the pier on the hour is close by .
A good local Restaurant-cafe on your door step and the famous Murphy's Ice Cream is available there.
You will also see hens, chickens,geese,ducks and goats run around the field near Restaurant.
Sheep graze the lush land around the Stone House as do ponies from time to time,if the ponies are there they like you to pay them a little attention and feed them carrots/apples.
You can walk through the fields attached to the house and feel the freedom of living in the country also you can walk to the cliffs through the fields and sit on the stone wall and watch the waves and the ocean and the surrounding hills and cliffs and feel the peace and tranquility seep through your body!!
The house is situated in an ideal place for golfers with the beautiful Cean Sibeal 18 hole golf course links 4 minute drive from the house,
Its a perfect location for writers, landscape artists or photgraphers as they can sit on the balcony or stay inside the big window and let the scenery do the rest....National Geographic Explorer calls it 'the Most Beautiful Place on Earth
The Dingle Peninsula was selected as Ireland Best Costal Town in a Today FM Radio Competion this year' 2011'
The Dingle Peninsula is an anglers paradise spanning a coast line of over 100kms,ideal area for deep sea and shore angling close to the house,guided tours and walks can be arranged.
We speak Irish(Gaelic)and summer schools are held in Ballyferriter all summer for all ages who wants to learn or improve same,
The area is steeped in culture and history and surrounded by some of the most dramatic scenery in the world ,Beal Ban Beach and Ventry Beach is only a short drive away with unspoilt white sand stretching for miles and safe for swimming,also Wine Strand,Black Strand,Coomanole beach which was a big part in' Ryans Daughters' movie and you are looking out from the house at our beloved Clogher Strand with its lovely white sand also close by is the little cove called Cuas Naoa where fishermen used go out to fish in there little canoe in bye gone days.
The Connor Pass is the hightest pass in Ireland and provides specatacular views of the Lakes and Dingle Harbour.
Test your climbing skills and climb 3000 feet high Mount Brandon only a short drive.
The Slea Head Drive meanders through some of the most ruggedly beautiful landscape in the world is close by.
also the Dingle Way is on your door step so dont forget your walking boots,
The area has the greatest concentration of archaeological sites in Ireland with such treasures as Kilmalkeadar Church,Dun an Oir Fort of Gold,Gallarus Orartory which is shaped like an upturned boat it is the most perfectly preserved example of Irish architecture,Behive Huts and many more only a short distance from Tig Meaig.
the wonderful Heritage Centre at Dunquin celebrates the lives of the Blasket Islanders there culture and literary talents and the Irish Language just a stroll away .
You take a boat trip from Dingle Bay to see our much loved Dolfin 'Fungi'
Keywords: Stone house. A piece of Heaven on earth.