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PANORAMA - Ultimate privacy!
Entire residential home · 12 guests · 8 beds · 4 baths

PANORAMA - Ultimate privacy!This beautifully unique house located on a hillside overlooking Cloghane Creek and village is full of character and grandeur with four poster beds, a large conservatory and five bedrooms. Surrounded by mountains and sea.

Traditional stone cottage in beautiful West Kerry
Entire cottage · 7 guests · 6 beds · 2 baths

Traditional stone cottage in beautiful West KerryDireen is a traditional 2 storey stone built cottage, renovated to modern day standards. The original style of the cottage has been maintained, with 2 open fires alongside the oil-fired central heating. This is a cosy cottage for winter rental. The cottage sleeps 7 and has 3 bedrooms. There is free WIFI installed in the cottage. There is a shed alongside, with freezer and space for outdoor gear. The garden is extensive, natural and safe for children.

'The Studio', Castlegregory/Cloghane/Dingle
Tiny house · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bath

'The Studio', Castlegregory/Cloghane/Dingle‘The Studio’ is a cosy and colourful self-catering nook on the northern side of the Dingle Peninsula, buffered from the broad Atlantic by a gentle hill called Drom. This idyll is a 100 year old small stone cottage, lovingly restored, and reimagined into an ideal rest stop for travellers seeking peace - walkers, anglers, surfers, artists and writers, or anyone who enjoys room to breathe and tranquility. (We are 2km to Cloghane, beaches, bars and 15km from Dingle Town over the Conor Pass Road).

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  • Kitchen
  • Wifi
  • Pool
  • Free parking on premises
  • Air conditioning

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Scorid cottage
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House 3, Cloghane sea & mountain views
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Spacious 3 bed apt. beautiful place
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2 Bed Farmhouse Unit - 8 miles from Dingle
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Cute Cloghane Cottage
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The Cé Hideout (Room No.1)
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Luxury Studio near to Fermoyle beach & Dingle
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Lyne’s Cottages , Brandon Village. Co.Kerry
  1. Entire bungalow
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The Old Presbytery Cloghane
  1. Entire residential home
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Cosy Rental 8 miles from Dingle

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  • Shepherds Farm Walk- Dingle Peninsula
    We will walk around the farm for about 2 hours. This is a hill farm so involves a bit of hill walking. We will see our sheep and feed them if winter time (they live solely on grass in the summer time), You will most likely see our Chickens if they are not busy doing other chicken stuff. You will also see some wonderful scenery on the walk. We will visit the Peat Bog where we used to cut turf for the fire. We have a number of Archaeological sites on the farm which we also visit. We will see our Fairy Fort and our Standing stone. If you like this experience but the scheduled time and date does not suit, please message me and we might be able to schedule a time that does. Other things to note Walk is on a hill sheep farm so we don't allow dogs. The walk is on average mountain land sometimes wet, good walking boots/shoes and raingear needed. Be prepared to walk up to 2 hours. Enjoy !
    From Price:$26/person
  • Walk on the wild side Dingle Peninsula
    The walk begins at 410 metres and is 12.5 km's in length with a total elevation gain of 550 metres. You should be prepared to walk 4 to 5 Hrs. We will walk on the ridge of the mountains that bisect the Dingle peninsula from here you will be able to see both sides of the peninsula at the same time. We will walk across Bogland on to the ridge and above some of the wildest lands in the peninsula above Coumanare lakes and the stunning Coum of Pedlars lake. We will also have great views of the Conor Pass valley and Mount Brandon along the way. The walk is mountain terrain and you should be able to cope with boggy ground at times and some moderately steep climbs. Along the way we will see interesting rock formations and beautiful peat landscape. We will also be able to see stunning views of Dingle harbour and Bay. The walk route is sometimes subject to fog etc so I will still do walk regardless of weather. I still enjoy the fog etc. You should bear this in mind as any the views I list above can of course be obscured by fog on any occasion.If you like this experience but the scheduled time and date does not suit, please message me and we might be able to schedule a time that does. Other things to note This hike crosses rough terrain and you need to be able for that physically with appropriate clothing and footwear. Dogs are not allowed on this hike.
    From Price:$45/person
  • Mt Brandon Peak of Dingle Peninsula
    Mt Brandon is the Highest Mountain outside of the MacGillycuddy Reeks in Ireland it stands 852 Metres high. It has a truly spectacular siting at the North Western End of the Dingle Peninsula with the Sea below on 3 sides. It offers wonderful view of Dingle Bay, Brandon Bay and to the west over the vast Atlantic ocean. There is a pilgrimage to Mt Brandon every year on Domhnach Crom Dubh. This is a pilgrimage with pre- christian origins that goes to the top of the mountain on the last Sunday of July. There is also the wreck of a Luftwaffe bomber from World war 2 below the ridge on the way up. The route runs along a glaciated valley with Pater Noster lakes strung out along the way. The valley ends in a large corrie below the summit. The route then climbs up to the ridge we then follow the ridge to the summit.If you like this experience but the scheduled time and date does not suit, please message me and we might be able to schedule a time that does. Other things to note This is a mountain path and as such you should be prepared for hiking up to 6 hours, crossing rough ground and climbing some steep paths. It involves a small amount of scrambling in 2 locations.
    From Price:$67/person
  • Dingle Food Tour
    Join me on a guided food tour of Dingle. I will bring you to different locations in town where you will get the chance to taste delicious food&drink and meet the people behind the scenes. Dingle town is nestled on the Dingle Peninsula with its fishing port and many eateries, it is known as one of Ireland's best foodie towns. We will walk through the town, learn about its history and background and I will introduce the ingredients and the history behind every food you'll taste and place you'll see. The guided tour of approximately 2,5/3 hours is a different way to explore the town, learn about its history and taste some delicious local food&drink and meet local chefs and producers. Send me a message to find out more. Other things to note Please be aware that the tour will take place in every weather condition. Bring appropriate clothing, a raincoat/umbrella and comfortable shoes. I also suggest a water bottle. Tastings may contain alcohol, dairy, gluten, meat and seafood. Tours are also available in Italian, please contact me.
    From Price:$118/person
  • Guided hike Kerry Way-Wild Atlantic Way
    I will meet with my hiking group at St James’ Church, in Glenbeigh village, just 50 metres off N70 road - Ring of Kerry, at 10:00. From here we have to drive 10 more minutes to the hike start point. Please, bring your own transport. After I have made sure they have the right footwear and warm-comfortable clothing for a hill walk, I will discuss our day with them and show them our route clearly on the map. We will start our walk together at a leisurely pace and I will make sure that everybody is comfortable and happy. We will stop at regular intervals for people to enjoy the scenery, to take pictures, and have some food and drinks. During the walk I like to talk with my group about issues related to the area, such ancient dwelling places. Itinerary: Distance 13 km Total height gain 800 metres Duration 5.5 hours. With start/finish point at Mountain Stage, we will walk on The Kerry Way trail with views of the Atlantic Ocean and Dingle Peninsula during the whole hike. After one hour we will go up to Beenmore (670 metres) & Drung Hill (640 metres) summits, after lunch break there is a gentle way down to the finish point. Part of this moderate hill walk is on open moorland and mountain, sometimes over wet ground, long grass & heather, with narrow tracks.
    From Price:$67/person

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