(Reference number: 75815)
4* Cottage. Nestling in one of the most scenic areas of South Kerry, the central location of the cottage is ideally positioned to take advantage of the many attractions its surroundings has to offer. An ideal base for sightseeing the Rings of Kerry and Beara, the Dingle Peninsula and on your return after your days exploration enjoy the warm hospitality, conversation and good Guiness on offer at the local Tavern. This Tavern has lively weekend sessions also of traditional music and dance.
Alternatively you can enjoy quiet walks with magic at every turn in the lanes or on the Kerry Way developed walking trails. You will find the cows on the working farm, which also has its own herd of purebred Kerry Cattle, good company showing their inquisitiveness as they interrupt their grazing to check you out. Experience here the silence and calm of pure nature.
Upstairs 2 bedrooms, 1double, 1 twin, a shower and toilet.
Downstairs a twin bedroom with an ensuite bathroom to include a low level power shower.
Sittingroom with a wood/peat burning stove, kitchen cum dining.
The cottage is suitable for a person with limited mobility or a wheelchair user.
Linen and towels are provided free.
Electricity and oil used for heating are an extra charge and are meter read at the end of the stay.
Feirm Cottage lying between the towns of Kenmare and Sneem is at the doorstep of Killarney National Park. The Park is one of the worlds most scenic locations with its renowned Ladies View, Muckross House, Gardens and Traditional farms, Ross Castle, magical lakes, waterfall, woodland and pasture walks, traditional horse drawn jaunting cars.
The walking lover has a choice of climbing Ireland's highest mountain Carrantouhill on the Macgillicuddy Reeks,taking the Kerry Way walking trail or some of the many other local trails.
For sightseeing the visitors view of Ireland is very often encaptured in the Ring of Kerry, just 4 Kilometers from Feirm Cottage and its hidden gem the Skellig Ring with their dramatic coastlines, spectacular scenery, colourful towns and villages and ancient heritage sights. Similarly the Rings of Beara and Dingle.
Golfers can choose between the championship courses of Killarney, Ring of Kerry and Waterville or a number of other local courses.
Children and adults will love Kenmare's Seafari eco nature Cruise, a trip to Gleninchiquinn Nature Park or Bonane Heritage Park.
Anglers have a choice of Salmon and Seatrout fishing in the Blackwater River, Trout in two conveniently located managed lakes or shore fishing off the rocks. Permits available at the local Blackwater Tavern shop
Other local attractions: Excellent riding stables, bicycle hire, boat trips to the UNESCO Skellig Islands Heritage Site where you will find the worlds second highest population of Gannets.
The award winning and picturesque towns of Kenmare 12 miles, Killarney 20 & Sneem village 8 offer a choice of excellent restaurants, pubs & shops.
Sneem has a family fun festival in July.