Ballybeag Cottages are located in Ventry, a beautiful little village, located 6 km west of Dingle Town. Ventry Bay stretches for miles and is due to its location a safe place for swimmers and also suitable for bathing children. We are surrounded by beautiful countryside, nearby on the Slea Head Drive, the romantic outlook provides _-impressions that you will not forget.
The cottage has 2 bedrooms, bathroom, kitchen and living room is a sofa bed in the living room enables that can sleep up to six people comfortably. The kitchen is modern and equipped with all the modern conveniences to make your stay pleasant, furnished.
Our garden is unique. Safe for children to play and relaxing for everyone ... a little paradise with large trees, colorful flowers and lovely birds. Quiet and relaxing, Ballybeag is the perfect place for 'Tripping around Dingle Peninssula'und Erhohlung and evening relaxation.
Ventry, Ceann Tra or as it is called in Irish, is in the heart of the Dingle Peninsula, Corca Dhuibhne. Daingen (Dingle) is the capital of this beautiful peninsula. In Dingle are restaurants and pubs with traditional Irish music concerts, supermarkets and other shops with Irish artisan work. Why not visit the Aquarium, or take a boat trip to the islands or to Fungie, the Dingle Dolphin. Fungie is about 20 years ago came to Dingle and has never left us more! Dingle like him too!
Ventry is just 10 minutes from Dingle.
Ventry koönnen you go to the beach. Ventry beach is nice. It is a safe beach for swimming. Or maybe you like to ride and enjoy a gallop along the beach! The hills around Ventry offer prospects you never forget. Mount Eagle and Mount Eagle Lake, for example. The Blasket Islands are worth a visit, Gallarus Oratory and the many ruins, cemeteries with ancient Celtic crosses, fascinating even for non-archaeologists.
There is much to be learned. Ventry and is in the center of the peninsula. Ballybeag enjoy is totally in the perfect location to explore this fascinating county. And if you're at the end of the day tired from exploring come back to expect Ballybeag. A little oasis, like a second home.