Spacious Holiday Home with breath-taking views from lakes & mountains

Spacious Holiday Home with breath-taking views from lakes & mountains

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
3 Bathrooms

About our home

Baile An Tooreen House is a luxurious 3 bedroomed semi-detatched house situated on the outskirts of Killorglin with panoramic views of McGillycuddy Reeks and Farrantoreen Lake. Ideally located close to all amenities.

The house is within walking distance of the town centre, which has lively bars and award winning restaurants. It has landscaped walled-in gardens with clothes line, barbecue, and private parking area.

Ring of Kerry

Killorglin is the gateway to the Ring of Kerry, which takes you along the scenic breath-taking Iveragh Peninsula. Why not stop off for a pint of Guiness in one of the many charming fishing villages and towns such as Caherciveen, Waterville, Sneem, Kenmare or Killarney.

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  1. This is a holiday home that I rent out to tourists coming to the area. I also thought it might be an idea to exchange it with another family, so that along with my parents, I could go and spend a week in another country.

    I speak French and German and it would be lovely to visit any German or French speaking country.

    I am also open to offers from other countries apart from the ones I mentioned in this advertisment.

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Where is it?

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Activities
Killorglin the gateway to The Ring of Kerry has many fine restaurants, pubs and accommodation to offer the visitor.

Killorglin Sports Complex

If you are feeling energetic, then why not take a short walk down to Killorglin Sports complex and play tennis, squash or go to the gym.

Horse Riding

There are a number of Equestrian centres dotted around Killorglin, which offer pony rides, trekking both on Rossbeigh strand and up mountainous terrain.

Golfing

For those of you who love a good game of golf, you have defiantly come to the right place. Killorglin has its very own scenic 18 hole golf course or why not go further afield to the famous Dookes or Killarney 18 hole Golf Course.

Fishing

Killorglin sits pretty on the river Laune, which is famous for salmon fishing. If fishing sounds too much like hard work, why not sample the mouth watering smoked salmon from the Fishery restaurant perched on the river laune.

Walking/Cycling/Hiking

Killorglin is home to Ireland's highest mountain, the McGillycuddy Reeks and of course my ancestors as I am a McGillycuddy! So if you enjoy hiking, walking or mountain biking, then this is the place to go.

Rossbeigh

Rossbeigh beach located only 8 miles from Killorglin is perfect for a refreshing swim if weather permits! Or why not stroll along Rossbeigh's 7 miles of sandy beach. This is one beach defiantly worth a visit even on the coldest day of the year.

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