Renovated detached farmhouse

Renovated detached farmhouse




Mar 2019

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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 10
3 Bathrooms

About our home

Charming recently renovated spacious 4 bedroomed holiday home situated close to renowned Annascaul village. Superb views over surrounding mountains and countryside including Annascaul Lake. It boasts traditional features such as an open fire and feature fireplace. Accommodation consists of 4 double bedrooms, 1 en-suite & spacious modern bathroom. Downstairs consists of sitting room, dining room, modern fitted kitchen, bathroom, hall & utility room. Our home also has large enclosed garden with off-road parking. It features oil central heating, electric oven & hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine & tumble dryer, TV, DVD, CD player/radio. 4G internet access.


More about us

  1. We are a couple with 4 teenage children & have a wonderful holiday home in the Dingle peninsula in Kerry.

  2. Eamon is a Sales Manager with an American based company & Eileen is a Clinical Nurse Manager.

  3. We love taking quality time out to enjoy walking in the countryside but also be close to the coast to get out on the sea on our boat. Our holiday home in Annascaul fulfills our every needs. Our kids have always enjoyed time spent in Kerry & look forward to heading there every opportunity of a few days off. Occasionally Eamon & I just head off for the night there as the kids are growing up & have other commitments & may not be able to accompany us. We also enjoy visiting other countries & experiencing other cultures that’s why we feel home exchange would suit our needs & allow us the opportunity to visit more countries.

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Where is it?


Annascaul is a picturesque village on the Dingle Peninsula in County Kerry, Ireland along the Wild Atlantic Way & lies in the southern foothills of the Slieve Mish mountains. This is the home of Tom Crean the famous Antarctic explorer & sculptor Jerome O' Connor. Annascaul attracts thousands of walkers each year to walk the Dingle Way, the Kerry camino incorporating majestic views of unspoiled countryside. Close by is famous Inch beach which boasts 3 miles of sandy beach suitable for swimming surfing & sea angling. The famous 1962 film The Playboy of The Western World & Ryan's Daughter( 1970) were filmed on Inch Beach. Further 15kms west of Annascaul lies the famous town of Dingle

Buzzy restaurants
South Pole Inn. Old Anchor , Sailor's Catch/Patcheen's Bar, Sammy's Inch, Foley's Bar & Resraurant
Cool bars
Regular Traditional music sessions in the local pubs
Cozy cafés
Joan's Cafe Nua
Retail therapy
Dingle is 16 kms,Tralee town is 36kms east approx & Killarney is 48 kms
Bit of culture
Annascaul is steeped in Irish culture & surrounding historical landmarks.
Walks in the park
Regular guided walks are conducted from a designated meeting point in the village. The Annual Annascaul Walks Walking Festival takes place over the October Bank Holiday weekend. The festival offers a variety of guided coastal and hill walks in & around the village of Annascaul
Spot of exercise
The local beaches including Inch & Minard are great for swimming or long walks.
Day tripping
Boat trip to Blasket Islands from Dingle

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