3 Bed detached bungalow in a group of 7 houses in rural village

3 Bed detached bungalow in a group of 7 houses in rural village


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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
2 Bathrooms
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Our home

This beautiful 3 bedroomed home is located on the Dingle Peninsula in Annascaul, Co Kerry, Ireland. The house is a detached house in a private row of just 7 houses. It has 3 double bedrooms, 1bedroom has a double bed and en suite bathroom, second and third bedrooms have twin beds in each. It has a living room, kitchen, utility room and bathroom. A lovely landscaped garden with ever changing views of the mountains, depending on the weather.

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Who we are

  1. This house is the dream retreat, second home owned by Helen and Brendan, both bankers, Helen is retired and Brendan has a few more years work before retirement. They were born, bred and live in Dublin, the capital city. They spend nearly all their holidays in Kerry enjoying the relaxed atmosphere of Annascaul village and chilling out on Inch beach with their dog Ben. They have two grown sons and one toddler grandson who keeps them on their toes. This is the first house swop they have done but intend to travel more when Brendan retires.

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Where is it?

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It is in the village, within very easy walking distance of shops and pubs. Annascaul, the birthplace of Tom Crean, Antarctic explorer and Jerome O’Connor, world renowned sculptor is ideally placed as a base to explore the county of Kerry. Dingle is 11 miles, Killarney 30 miles and Tralee 20 miles. The Ring of Kerry, Slea Head and Connor Pass drives can be accessed easily from here.

It is 3 miles from the beautiful Inch beach location of the film classic, Ryan’s Daughter. The 3 mile stretch of golden sand at Inch is perfect for a daily walk and a cup of coffee in Sammy’s beach café. www.inchbeach.ie There is also a lovely restaurant at Sammy’s where local fresh fish and a more extensive menu are served every day, a place to watch the tide ebb and flow and the waves, calm and soothing on calm days and spectacular crashing breakers on stormy days. Watch the sunset over the Slieve Mish mountains and the Mc Gillcuddy Reeks, the highest mountains in Ireland.

For the more energetic, Inch is safe for swimmers and a paradise for surfers wind/board/kite. Surfing lessons are available on the beach for most of the year. Details of swells can be found on the www.magicseaweed.com. Annascaul is a haven for fishing, river, lake and sea and walking from easy strolls to challenging mountain treks. More information on www.discoverireland.ie and www.gokerry.ie

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