|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
You will love this contemporary split-level house which takes full advantage of its stunning surroundings. This spacious architect-designed home combines luxury with comfort to create a welcoming haven of tranquility, situated only four miles from the bustling town of Kenmare.
You will be enthralled by the continuous view of nature, with sea and mountains changing colour as the day goes by. The house which is in pristine condition with a relaxing and calming atmosphere, is designed to capture natural light. The space is uncluttered, yet comfortable with cushions, rugs and throws added to make your stay enjoyable and memorable.
Master bedroom has a double bed, chest of drawers, built-in-wardrobes, bedside-tables, reading lamps, radio and two armchairs looking out through 12 feet glass corner windows on to the magnificent Magillicuddy Reeks. The ensuite bathroom has a bath tub and separate corner power shower.
Bedroom two - Twin bedroom with ensuite bath and power shower, shaving point, radio, bedside cabinets and reading lights.
Smaller cosy sitting & reading room with selection of books for the quieter moments. It also has some toys, games and a second TV and DVD player. A lovely room to relax and unwind with a glass of wine.
Utility room /Boot room with full laundry facilities, separate washer and drier, vacuum cleaner.
The open plan kitchen is fully equipped with modern appliances including juicer, coffee maker, microwave, fridge/freezer, 5 hob cooker, double oven and iPod doc. The door leads out on to the patio and overlooks the gardens. A lovely spot for your morning coffee!
The sitting room has an open stone fireplace and French doors to the west for the captivating evening sunsets. There is a television (including satellite T.V.), DVD, video and music system. The semi-open plan layout, leads you down steps to the dining room where there are ceiling to floor double height glass windows facing the magnificent Kenmare Bay.
W.C. in main hallway.
Bedroom three - Kingsize bed, bedside tables with reading lamps, radio, ample storage and two leather armchairs in which to daydream! 180 degree views across golf course and Kenmare Bay. The ensuite bathroom has corner power shower.
Bedroom four - Kingsize bed, large ensuite shower, two bedside lockers with lights, radio, two armchairs, chest of drawers, wardrobes, writing desk and chair.
Oil fired central heating throughout.
Outside there is a large patio area and a barbecue with garden furniture allowing you to enjoy the breathtaking views - ideal for informal dining and impromptu parties.
There is a one and a half acre enclosed garden, with a mix of landscaping, flower beds of native fuchsia and ample room to play, with extensive gravel parking and turning areas.
The house is split-level and while children are welcome, small children would need supervision because of the steps.
All linen and towels provided along with a welcome basket of Irish soda bread and scones to settle you in.
Nearby Kenmare (4 miles) was laid out in 1775 and, despite a thriving business community, it has managed to preserve its old world charm. There are excellent restaurants and two five star hotels, not to mention colourful pubs and quaint little shops. Killarney lies in the opposite direction and has much to lure the visitor. There are golf clubs galore, with The Ring of Kerry Golf Course virtually on the doorstep and 2 more courses nearby. Fishing, hiking and horse riding are available also. 'Star Sailing' offers cruising, kayaking, sailing, hillwalking or extreme sports. We are on the famous 'Kerry Way'.
Beyond Kenmare, lies the road to the Beara Peninsula and the rest of the renown Ring of Kerry route.
Distance to Airports - Kerry 58km (35 miles): Shannon 193km (119 miles)