Caragh River,Glencar County Kerry€1,295 / week

3 Bed To Let

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(Reference number: 47682)

Situated on the banks of the Caragh River, this charming vacation rental offers breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside, Caragh River and the McGillycuddy Reeks.

Those looking for a memorable self-catering break will enjoy staying at this split level three-bedroom rental that has been tastefully decorated and enhanced with every modern comfort.

You will be at the foot of Carrauntoohil, Ireland's highest mountain, in a stunning setting edging a thickly populated wood- a truly unique location!. With the Caragh - one of Europe's cleanest rivers - on your doorstep, you'll have plenty of opportunities to go salmon and trout fishing. Permits arranged. Boat hire is available on Caragh Lake for free fishing.

The outdoors enthusiast can visit Cappanalea Outdoor Education Centre, which offers a variety of adventure sports for all ages. Nearby Killorglin is well worth a visit for pints of Guinness or delicious dining in one of the many fine restaurants, where the seafood is always a speciality.

Guests can enjoy a nature trail through Blackstones Native Oakwood, part of Killarney National Park. The wood is dominated by Bessie oak, but birch, holly, and ground layer species are also well represented. The woodland is bound on both sides by the upper and small Caragh Rivers, with 21 hectares now preserved as part of the Native Woodland Scheme, a programme dedicated to enhancing existing nature woodlands.

Room Features
There are three bedrooms in the lodge, two of which are ensuite, accommodating up to six people.


Excellent base for touring the Wild Atlantic coasts, Kerry and Cork. Close to Killarney, Tralee & Kilorglin