Self- Catering House- Ballinskelligs - Ring of Kerry - Skellig Michael STAR WARS

  • 3 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms

Description

All modern conveniences and comfortable furnishings:
Cosy and traditional 3 bedrooms with stove and open plan living/dining area with all sea/mountain views. Secure enclosed garden, sitting out patio area, private and spacious off road parking

Ground Floor: lounge/diner (stove), Dining table with chairs and baby- high chair, kitchen, separate family room c/w (open fire), games room (pool table, cards, board games, tennis rackets, fishing equipment), WC room & shower, utility room. TV, video, radio, microwave, dishwasher, washer-machine, dryer,

First Floor: Bedroom - 1 x double bed + 1 single bed + baby cot, Bedroom - 1 x double bed, Bedroom - 2 x twin beds. WC room shower & bath. Electric Heating by meter. Clean bed linen and towels included

Sorry no pets

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Peaceful, spacious, bright and airy house. Spectacular sea and mountain views just 15 minute walk / 2 minute drive to the popular seaside destination of Ballinskelligs, with it’s spectacular blue flag beach

If you are a STAR WARS fan you can get an unforgettable boat trip to visit the Skellig Michael (UNESCO World Heritage Site) leaving from the Ballinskelligs Pier (5 minute drive). This Skellig island was instrumental in the "Force Awakens" and set to play a large part in the "Last Jedi" movie

Local activities include horse riding, mountain walks, angling and shore fishing. There is a local Shop, Pub & Restaurant only 2 minutes drive away and located beside the Ballinskelligs beach. In the prime of summer you can enjoy unique and traditional Irish music at the local pub looking out at the ocean

A 5 minutes drive up the road, is the renowned "Skelligs Chocolate Factory" which is located within the Skelligs Ring, voted in The Lonely Planet's Top 10 Regions to visit in 2017. Visitors are always welcome to come and see the Award-Winning chocolates being made, taste the freshly made treats from their chocolatiers while learning all about chocolate

Only a 15 minutes drive away is Waterville, where the famous Charlie Chaplain visited regularly. There is also the world renowned "Waterville Golf Link Course" and the recently voted Ireland's best new golf course - "Hogg's Head Golf Course" world class links course attracting golfers from all over the world

Portmagee is also a historical area (20 minutes drive) enriched within a fishing town community but most of all the history of the Atlantic cable and undersea communications dating back to 1850. Beautiful scenery and amazing food especially the fresh fish caught from the fishermen boats, people travel from far to visit. There is beautiful monuments and churches, with also a historical heritage centre to learn all about the history of the area and possibly any links to your own family tree!

Amenities

  • Parking
  • Heating
  • TV
  • Laundry
  • Dishwasher
  • Fireplace

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