A perfect blend of traditional style with modern upgrades, this family-owned rural haven in the picturesque Irish countryside is genuinely perfection for those who love an outdoor lifestyle and seek a retreat in which to detox, unwind and explore!
At one with the natural world, the enveloping Dingle Peninsula provides sublime sea and mountain views right from your bedroom window. And within the house, there are several characteristics reflective of its age, including the original 1890s staircase and beams, yet selective modern upgrades create a perfectly comfortable environment.
Leading on from the modern and well-equipped kitchen there is a traditional dining room provides the perfect ambience for a relaxed, candle-lit dinner enjoying an array of antique style furniture and an open fireplace. On the same floor, there is a cosy living room which is the ideal spot to relax in the evenings, warming by the open fire.
All five bedrooms are on the first floor. Two large and comfortable double rooms are located to the rear of the house looking out onto beautiful green pastures. Two twin rooms and one single are on the opposite side of the house and are enjoy privileged views of the estuary and the mountains. These rooms are thoroughly traditional, with nineteenth-century floorboards, old patterned fabrics and even small fireplaces. There are four spacious family bathrooms, three with showers and one with a cast iron bath. All four enjoy pastoral views to the rear of the house, and have heated towel rails, with plenty of natural light streaming through the large windows.
In the garden, there is a large steel fire pit with the tripod for natural timber logs, and a small charcoal one is also available, perfect to enjoy a meal with the sunset in the background. There are even two railway lines running through the garden, which once formed part of the Tralee and Dingle Light Railway.
The attached stone barn offers perfect storage and connects directly to the main house, is an entirely calm and quiet studio space, ideal for arts, crafts, yoga or meditation. It is a vast space with room for everyone to enjoy it! There are buckets and spades, beach balls, body boards, shrimping nets and much more for your use, take them down to the beach on a sunny day for a traditional beach day out! In front of this barn, there is off road parking available for up to four cars.
As well as a village within walking distance, there are several beautiful beaches nearby too. Indeed, not only can you stroll to the nearest of them, there are in fact five different beaches within a 15-minute drive so that you can explore a different one every day! /n Arrival time /n After 2pm /n Departure time /n Before 12pm /n Energy costs included? /n Yes, included in the rental price /n Heating costs included? /n Yes: There is heating (electric, solar and 2 usable fireplaces) in the house, but this is not the house for you if you require a really hot house, as the house retains its old wooden windows and other quirky features. However, it is still suitable for the romantic winter weekend with its open log fires. Hot water bottles provided. Turf, logs and fire lighters are supplied for your first night, for both downstairs firepalces. /n Linen & towels included? /n Yes, included in the rental price /n End of stay cleaning included? /n Yes, included in the rental price /n Changeover day /n Any day of the week /n Minimum stay /n 3 night minimum stay /n Pets welcome? /n Yes - No extra charge: Well behaved pets are allowed, provided they travel with their own bedding and that all pet hairs are removed from the house before the next vistors arrive. Not all our guests like animals. /n Smoking Allowed? /n No smoking allowed inside the property /n Internet access? /n There is no internet access at this property /n Other Ts and Cs /n Parking: There is plenty of off road private parking for at least 4 cars, in front of the stone barn /n Other 2 /n Children under the age of 5 are not permitted to stay at the property.