This stunning setting is located at Coomeenole Strand overlooking the Blasket Islands at the very tip of the Dingle Peninsula in West Kerry. This turn of the century stone house stands regally above the sea with a beautiful walking and swimming beach below. Uninteruppted views of the ocean with a direct walk to the beach. The 3 fields adjacent to the house are used by our neighbor for grazing sheep and cows. The village remains as a largely farming and fishing community. It is a 15 minute drive to Dingle Town. The historic Dingle Way walking route is well marked and nearby. Dingle offers excellent dining, shopping, farm markets, fishing and sailing. The many pubs in the town feature the traditional Irish music of West Kerry. Prehistoric and early Christian sites are found throughtout the Dingle Peninnsula.
It is a 2 hour drive from Shannon Airport and a 45 minute drive from Kerry Airport. Train service runs regularly between Dublin, Tralee, and Kerry Airport.
Spectacular scenery and walking trails. There are an abundance of prehistoric sites dating from the 3rd century as well as many early Christian ruins from the 6th and 7th centuries.These sites are accessible to walkers and by car. Another notable feature are the clean, beautiful beaches around the peninsula. The town of Dingle has music in an unusual variety of pubs as well as superb local foods. This is a traditionally Irish speaking region.