100 year old stone built cottage, renovated in 1999

100 year old stone built cottage, renovated in 1999

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Rosaleen

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 7
1 Bathrooms

About our home

Our crofter's cottage was originally built to accomodate workers of the Landsdowne estate in 1914. Sympathetically renovated in 1999, our cottage has become a sanctuary from the fast paced modern life. After a day of golfing, hiking or fishing in the surrounding area, one can relax in front of an open fire. A pint of Guinness before dinner in one of the many nearby restaurants is a perfect end to the day.

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More about us

  1. We are a couple with three grown up children scattered around the world.

  2. John is a medical professional, and Rosaleen originally trained as a nurse and has been a homemaker for the last 15 years.

  3. We love the outdoors but enjoy retiring to our home at the end of the day with good food and even better wine.

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Buzzy restaurants
Packie's, Mulcahy's, The Limetree, Tom Crean, The Horseshoe, The Rose Garden
Cool bars
Florry Batts, PF McCarthys, Crowleys, O'Donovains
Cozy cafés
Poff's, Pyro (pizza, pasta, great coffee and desserts), Prego, An Cupan Tae, Jam, The Purple Heather
Retail therapy
Quills, Fat Frog, The White Room, Cleos, The Cashmere Shop
Bit of culture
Kenmare Library Picture House, Live Music(in most pubs), Historic estates such as Killarney and Derrynane National Parkes within 45minutes driving.
Walks in the park
Long-distance way marked trails, The Kerry Way and The Beara Way can both be started from Kenmare
Spot of exercise
Kenmare has two local course, and there are two world class courses within 1hours drive, in Waterville and Kilarney.
Day tripping
The beautiful Derrynane beaches less then an hours drive, and there are many spots for surfing along this coast. Caherciveen, Glengariff, The Skellig Rocks and Valentia Island are all easily manageable for a days visit.

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