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Caherbarnagh Cottage in Waterville, Kerry

350
  • £
  • $
per week
sleeps 6
3 rooms
2 bathrooms

Key features

  • Linen provided
  • Towels provided
  • Highchair available
  • Near the sea
  • Detached cottage
  • Pets considered
  • Horse-riding nearby

Caherbarnagh Cottage description

Caherbarnagh Cottage rests in a backdrop of the Kerry mountains and has been designed to take advantage of the Lough Currane views behind the house, which is world famous for its salmon and trout fishing.

Late cancellation - July Special offer! One week (2nd July to 9th July), Normally €650 - Now only €570 to book call 087 2671526.



Accommodation:

The property offers two living spaces, one of which is upstairs and opens out onto a balcony overlooking the lake. The spacious double room upstairs has a walk in wardrobe and en-suite with bath. The kitchen is fully equipped with an extra utility room for convenience. The downstairs sitting room has a traditional solid wood stove and is equipped with cable TV and DVD. Also downstairs are two twin bedrooms with built-in wardrobes and a large bathroom. Linen and fresh towels are provided.Outside the property offers a spacious garden, ample private parking, sheltered patio with garden furniture and barbecue facilities. Identical property next door, ideal for extended family or group holidays.



This detached house is situated just off the famous Ring of Kerry Route, with breathtaking views from the balcony of Lough Currane (Waterville Lake). This lake, famous for its sea trout and salmon fishing, is a short walk from the house and boats can be rented on a daily or weekly basis. The property sits on a backdrop of beautiful mountains ideal for the enthused walker/climber as 'Kerry Way' walks surround the property. Waterville is 2.5 miles and offers a rich variety of amenities from summer festivals to culinary delightful restaurants, pubs, craft shops and grocery shops.
Waterville has two golff courses, the Internationally acclaimed links and the newer Skeillig Bay. Other local amenities include horse riding on beach or land, great mountain and coastal cycling, water sports for all, sea fishing, beautiful blue flag beaches and of course the World Heritage site at the Skelligs.





Amenities

  • Barbeque
  • Beach very close
  • Detached property
  • Dishwasher
  • Easy walking access
  • Enclosed garden / patio
  • Family friendly
  • Fishing onsite / nearby
  • Golf nearby
  • Good for couples
  • Highchair
  • Horse riding
  • Linen included
  • Microwave
  • Nature walks
  • Open all year
  • Oven
  • Parking
  • Relaxation
  • Restaurants nearby
  • Satellite TV
  • Shops nearby
  • Short breaks
  • Shower
  • TV room
  • Washing machine
  • Watersports

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Reviews

Eddie&Laura N Ireland
August 2010
As a family we have been returning to Kerry for over 20yrs now and throughout that time we have stayed in various accomodation. For the last 7yrs we have made our home, away from home, Caherbarnagh Cottage. Returning to Kerry reinvigerates the soul and having the right accomodation is at the heart of any holiday. Caherbarnagh is situated over looking lough Currane, the premier Sea Trout lough of Ireland. The interior is clean, spacious and airy with all the mod cons you need, even Sky TV for the really rainy days.It is set well back off the road and the drive has a gate if you are bringing younger children. Beautiful views of the lake and mountains can be enjoyed over a cup of tea at breakfast via the patio doors or upstairs from the living and balcony area over a wee tipple in the evening. There is ample car parking space with a large grassed area around the cottage and a BBQ area at the back of the property. If you have any problems Mary, your host, lives close by and is only a phone call away. This cottage is an ideal base whether you are here to fish, play golf or explore the many beaches and sights of Kerry. Waterville has its fair share of restaurants and Bars all friendly and welcoming. As a family we have found the best way to enjoy a holiday in Ireland is to go with the flow, if it rains you can explore by car, when its dry hit the beach, Derrynane beach is a must! A few enterprising locals are now providing semi rigid boat trips which give a different perspective to the beautiful coast line and are well worth a go. Another must do is a trip to the Skelligs they really are amazing but a reasonable level of fitness is required for this one. Recommended for: Age 55+, Adventure Seekers, Tourists without a Car, Sightseeing, Families with Teenagers, Families with Young Children, Romantic Getaway
jean and greg
July 2006
"Thorougly enjoyed our week in this lovely house. Lucky enough to have a heat wave with sunshine everyday. Highlights included visit to Skelligs, travelling road to nght out of gate via Glencar to Killarney and wonderful seafood & home made bread. Beautiful location with wonderful scenery in all directions. Lots of little roads to explore - each one with great views. Recommend fish & chips for lunch at QCs in Cashirsiveen. Hope this won't be our last trip to Co. Kerry - made to feel welcome and would love to return."
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