(Reference number: 47431)
About Winnies Cottage
Set in the tranquil scenic surroundings of Kenmare Bay, this quaint and beautifully appointed cottage is the ultimate getaway for families, couples, or groups. Imaginatively restored and extended, the 3-bedroom cottage on its own grounds is truly a home from home.
The property makes an ideal base for exploring the southwest of Ireland, from the Beara Peninsula to the Ring of Kerry, as well as the Dingle peninsula and the Lakes of Killarney.
It is set in the heart of walking country, with several dedicated and marked cross-country treks and mountain paths, including one to the top of Carrauntoohil, the highest mountain in Ireland.
All forms of water sports are available nearby on Kenmare Bay Sneem is just 5km away and is well served with quality restaurants, pubs, shops, a bakery, art galleries, and coffee shops.
There is even a late-night taxi service to and from the cottageThe nearest town, Kenmare, has beautiful craft shops and galleries. There are several exceptional restaurants in Kenmare. Again, a taxi service will bring you home.
Large open-plan living/dining area with solid wood stoveArchway leading to a large well-equipped kitchen. Utility Room WC
Main Bedroom – Large double Bed with balcony and ensuite. Bedroom 2 has a double and single bed. Bedroom 3 has 2 single beds.
Winnies Cottage is situated between Kenmare and Sneem on the N70 or Ring of Kerry. It is approximately 20km from Kenmare and 5km from Sneem, near the Parknasilla Resort.
It is exactly 1.2km past Tahilla Church in Sneem direction on the right. Main airports into Ireland are Dublin, Shannon, and Cork.
Kerry Airport is a small regional airport and connects with Ryanair to Luton, Stansted, Frankfurt, Grenoble/Lyon, and Dublin.
Kerry Airport is about 45km from Winnies Cottage. Cork International Airport is about 100km from Winnies, with drive time 1hr 45 mins.
Car hire services, including all the majors, are available at all towns and airports in the region.
Ferry Services from the UK connect to Rosslare, DunLaoghire and Dublin. Ferries also link Cork to Roscoff in France.