(Mouse-over images for larger view)
|Offering Self Catering Accommodation in the Privacy of a Seaside Cottage, Ballycarbery House is Perfect!. Ideal for family vacations, small groups and couples, its location just outside Cahersiveen town provides excellent accommodation, incredible scenery and great value for your holiday.
This traditional Irish cottage can comfortably accommodate up to 5 people. There are three bedrooms, a fully fitted kitchen with full cooking and laundry facilities, a courtyard and a sheltered garden with spectacular scenery. The cottage was origionally renovated in 1996 and received further upgrades in 2009. It is fully heated, very comfortable and very private.
It is located in the fabulous setting of Ballycarbery Castle and the nearby stone forts of Caher Geall and Leachanabuaile, Also, Ballycarbery Beach is just a few hundred meters away. It is also within walking distance to the very popular beaches of Cuas Crom and the White Strand.
Explore our web site www.irishcottagerentals.com which is full of information on the cottage and the Iveragh Peninsula.
We have created a several suggestions for your holiday. If you enjoy hill climbing, country walks, horse riding, boat tours, great beaches, sight seeing, photography, fishing, golfing, boating and sailing, this the place for you.
Ballycarbery House is located only 3 kms outside Cahersiveen town which is the hub of the Iveragh Peninsula on the famous Ring of Kerry. There are numerous historical locations to visit in the immediate area of Ballycarbery such as Ballycarbery Castle and two ancient stone forts.
For more information and to book your stay, please contact Tom directly via the following email address.
After crossing the bridge besides the Barracks at Cahersiveen going "Over the Water" continue up the hill to the T junction. Turn left (south-west) and continue until there is a road that turns-off to the left going down to Ballycarbery Castle. There are only two houses on the left hand side of this road. Ballycarbery House is the first house on the left. There is a large hedge in the laneway going into the house and the house and gardens are sheltered by a small plantation of large pines.