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Golf Links View is a luxurious and comfortable lodging situated in a quiet location close to Waterville village. All bedrooms are en-suite with TV, tea/coffee facilities, hair dryers, power showers and orthopaedic beds. Free Wifi broadband access available. Varied breakfast menus available, with a selection of fruit and a variety of cereals with home baking a speciality. For our guests, a luggage transfer and pick up/drop off service provided for walkers. Washroom & drying facilities available. Pick up point nearby for trips to the famous Skellig Rock, one of only three Irish dedicated UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
This charming 18th century house is situated in the heart of the Cahersiveen town, close to Pubs, Restaurants and amenities and the bus stop. Situated on the Ring of Kerry Road and the Wild Atlantic Way, it is an ideal starting point for the Skelligs Islands. The property was at one time used as a coast guard station. O'Shea's is a family run B&B nestled at the foot of the Beenetee mountain over looking the majestic river Fertha. En-suite bedrooms, with TV and Tea/Coffee facilities. A continental breakfast is served. It is highly recommended and is open March to October. Skellig Michael, one of the worlds finest example of early Christian Monastic Architecture. Local history, walking, jogging and cycling routes and other tourism information available by our friendly staff. Places of Interest: Daniel O'Connell birth place - O'Connell Memorial Church The Abbey of the Holy Cross - Ballycarbery Castle Leacanabuile Stone Fort - Cahergeal Stone Fort Old Barracks Heritage Centre - Many Archaeological & Historical sites Blue Flag beaches Recently built Marina
"If the outside reflects the inside, I would expect a six star stay" (Adjudicator Tidy Towns Competition 2015 on Glenbrook House B&B). Glenbrook House B&B is complimented for both it's 'inspiring' landscaping and hospitality. Experience a slice of authentic country life at Glenbrook House, Currow Village, Killarney, Co Kerry, where a warm welcome awaits you at this 4 Star Bed and Breakfast. The closest bed and breakfast to Kerry Airport (airport transport can be arranged), it's the optimal base for touring Kerry's incredible landscape. Locally, visitors can enjoy golfing, fishing, tourist trails, shopping (in nearby Castleisland- Kerry's fashion capital), as well as the quiet rural atmosphere of the village of Currow. Rooms are decorated to a very high standard. Host Eileen O'Connor greets guests with a warm welcome of delicious complimentary home baking and tea/coffee on arrival, Tea/coffee making facilities in all rooms, hairdryer, TV, iron, extensive breakfast menu with early breakfast available. Travel agent vouchers accepted. Signposted off N22/N23 road. Complementary Wifi connection.
Simply unrivalled with contemporary furnishings and gentle relaxing hues, contrasting woods coupled with luxurious accommodation, breathtaking views and completely run on alternative energy (solar and geothermal, under floor heating) - all make this guest accommodation genuinely unique. Luxuriously styled furnishings and detailed, use of native slate from one of the worlds most renowned slate mines. Valentia Slate makes this a special haven that you will find hard to leave. All rooms have a wall mounted moveable LCD TV to watch whether in bed or on the couch by the window, Sky Satellite, Tea/Coffee facilities, hairdryer, power showers (some have shower columns with body jets) even the chocolate on your pillow as standard while phone and internet are by request. The Geothermal heating, which is thermostatically controlled, can be adjusted to suit by you in your room.
Experience authentic Irish hospitality situated amidst lush gardens on the N71 minutes from Kenmare town. A warm friendly welcome is assured on arrival. Visitors will be treated to gorgeous garden views. A three night stay is recommended as it is an ideal base for visiting Ring of Kerry, Ring of Beara or nearby Muckross House & gardens. A day of activity is what a guest remembers when reflecting on a vacation. Why not spend a day taking a leisurely walk, cycle or climbing a mountain. As the host is a hill-walking enthusiast, guests planning to take to the Kerry hills will have an inside track on the best and most picturesque local routes. Alternatively you can chill out and sit by the river that flows by the house to watch the fish swim in the pools or gaze at the ever changing skies while drinking a glass of wine or reading a book from the house library the choice is yours. Each morning a selection of breakfast is available to invigorate our guests and prepare them for a days travelling through majestic mystical countryside.
The Bord Failte Approved Smugglers Inn, Waterville, is a second generation family business established in 1980 and sits beside a 2km sandy beach. It is well known for it's warm hospitality, comfortable en-suite bedrooms complete with TV, hair dryer, tea & coffee facilities, and most rooms boasting breathtaking sea or mountain views. Recommended by many good food guides, the award winning gourmet restaurant with panoramic sea views overlooking Ballinskelligs Bay, serves modern Irish and continental cuisine and specialises in fresh locally sourced seafood, meats and other produce, showcasing prime ingredients from along the Wild Atlantic Way. See live lobsters in our tank. Variety of bar snacks also served in our fully licensed bar. Chef/Proprietor: Henry Hunt. Waterville is popular for those who enjoy outdoor pursuits - for golf fanatics you could almost tee-off from the Smugglers Inn to the world famous 18 hole championship Waterville Golf Links. For fishermen the nearby Lough Currane is popular for catching salmon & sea trout; hikers might like to walk the Kerry Way; or you can go horseback riding along the beach or through the forest - something for all to enjoy.
Inch Lodge has been newly built to a very high standard near the location for the film "Ryan's Daughter" For our guests comfort all rooms are equipped with direct dial telephones, television and ensuite bathroom. Our superior rooms also afford spaciousness, sea views and queen size beds. Each morning a delicious full Irish breakfast & buffet is served. For those warm summer evenings, garden furniture is available for guest use. Nearby is a large choice of golf courses, pubs and restaurants. Other activities locally such as fishing, swimming and surfing. Surf boards and wetsuits are available for hire. Lessons on request.Every wednesday evening, in the summer months, our restaurant on to beach presents traditional Irish Music from local musicians.
Dingle Marina Lodge is run by Thomas Barrett and Katharine Keane. We are one of Dingle's newest purpose built B&B's overlooking Dingle marina & harbour and conveniently located for all of Dingle's best restaurants & bars. Locally caught seafood awaits!A stroll to one of Dingle's renowned music venues for some live traditional music the perfect after dinner treat! Our accommodation comprises eleven en suite rooms, with a ground floor bedroom for guests who have difficulty with stairs. We make it our priority to offer a warm welcome and comfortable stay in a clean and cosy environment. Fresh coffee and sweets are provided in the lobby area daily for our guests. Thomas & Katharine are willing to spend time with you giving directions, maps and tips on the best places to visit on the Peninsula. A scrumptious breakfast in our bright dining room in the morning - consisting of homemade pancakes served with fresh fruit and maple syrup, poached eggs on toast (with or without fresh Dingle Bay Smoked Salmon), scrambled eggs (with/without fresh Dingle Bay Smoked Salmon), Omelette with cheese and bacon - all cooked to order and of course our buffet table laden with delicious choices including cereals including muesli and granola, greek yogurt and honey, fruits, grapefruit segments, fruit juices, a variety of tasty cheeses and crackers...and more! The Dingle Peninsula is the most Westerly tip of Europe and is known for it's archaeological sites. The Dingle Peninsula and in particular Slea Head drive provide some of the most beautiful scenic areas in the world. Once described by "National Geographic" - as the most beautiful place in the world! Popular with walkers, cyclists, horse riders and golfers, the scenery is truly unique. Be warned, you may come here on holiday and never leave! Other popular activities include Dolphin watching or swimming with Fungi the Dingle Dolphin - beach horse riding or horse back mountain trails - visiting the Great Blasket Islands and much more!