Traditional Cosy Stone Cottage with harbour views

Eskadour Lauragh
From: €100 nightlyGuests 2Rooms 2Bathroom 1
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Traditional Cosy Stone Cottage with harbour views
Eskadour Lauragh

Traditional Cosy Stone Cottage with harbour views: Kerry

In a wonderful setting, high above the harbour and surrounded by indigenous woodland, mountains and rocky countryside, this carefully restored traditional stone cottage brims with character, displaying beams, wooden floors and an inglenook fireplace with fabulous woodburning stove. With spectacular views, the cottage has its own large natural garden and a patio with barbeque. It is situtated on a working sheepfarm and is splendidly secluded. It is the perfect location for a romantic getaway. Also situated on the Beara way so perfect for hillwalking and then relaxing on the patio afterwards while watching the sunset over the bay.

There are amazing views from the cottage. It is completely secluded with only the odd Sheep, Deer or Rabbit to pay a visit. Relax on the patio with a glass of wine while watching the sunset over the Bay. 

Sleeping Arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 double bed
Bedroom 2
2 single beds

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  • Property Features
  • From: €100 nightly
  • Secluded. Only the odd Sheep, Deer or rabbit to by
  • High up over the harbour with wonderful views
  • Ideal for Cyclists as great cycling routes
  • Traditional country Cottage
  • Ideal for a romantic getaway.
  • Walkers paradise as situated on The Beara Way
  • Ideal spot to just switch off and recharge.
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