Boasting some of Ireland's most dramatic coastline along the Beara and Dingle peninsulas, Kerry offers a range of coastal activities from hiking and deep sea diving to golf and angling on the stunning Lakes of Killarney. Explore numerous historic landmarks such as the ninth century Loher Fort at Catherdaniel, the Tralee Museum and Boglands and the Gap of Dunloe with its famous wishing bridge and enjoy some of that famous Irish hospitality at Kate Kearney’s cottage.
Riverside Lodge, Co. Kerry
Sleeps 2. Set on a working farm, this delightful country cottage has been carefully converted to provide comfortable and well equipped ground floor holiday accommodation. The sweeping landscaped gardens lead down to the Kenmare river with free fishing.
Sheen Heatherlands, Co. Kerry
Sleeps 2. This cosy ground floor holiday apartment is situated in peaceful, natural woodland, yet is only ½ mile from Kenmare town. With shared use of a garden boasting tame deer as frequent visitors, wildlife sea cruises are also available locally.
Angela’s Farmhouse, Co. Kerry
Sleeps 4. Offering stunning views over Kenmare Bay, this carefully renovated farmhouse stands just a short drive from the historic town of Kenmare. Discover the scenic delights of the Wild Atlantic Way, before settling down in front of the cosy open fire.
Johannah's Cottage, Co. Kerry
Sleeps 5. This traditional holiday cottage is just a mile from a sandy Blue Flag beach. Set on the owner's sheep farm and enjoying far-reaching views of Kenmare Bay and the Slieve Miskish mountains, the property offers lovely walks from the door.
The Hollies, Co. Kerry
Sleeps 6. Set in a sheltered nook overlooking Derrynane Strand, this cosy holiday home is just 15 minutes’ walk from the sandy beaches and rock pools. Enjoy wonderful views from the sun room and patio, or perhaps try the water sports at Derrynane Harbour.