This is an elegant, peaceful house with a cosy room in a nice small estate 4 mins walk from club bar serving hot food, and about 1 km walk to the centre with lots of cafes, restaurant, shops and pubs. Also 10 mins walk to Dublin/ Dublin Airport express bus and amenities such as the Aquadome, Wetlands, Tennis Club, Town Park, National Theatre, Camino Way, Cinema etc. Perfect location with easy access to Manor West Shopping, The Dingle Penninsular, The Ring of Kerry, and The WIld Atlantic Way.
“Second time staying with Gretta who is really nice, kind, interesting and most helpful host. Very central (walk to centre no problem), small room but excellent value for the money. I will be back.”
Secure quite private studio apartment attached to our main house,( Is Self Check in for your privacy ) 10 min walk to town center,. Fully furnished kitchen & sitting room, king size bed, & en-suite. Outside private patio. . On the ring of Kerry
“Deirdre and her family were extremely welcoming to both me and my partner when we arrived. Deirdre was very helpful and explained all we needed to know before getting settled. While on our stay Deirdre added many touches around the studio apartment to really make us feel welcomed. We really enjoyed our stay, great location and clean.”
Breenville FarmHouse is bright, spacious & a comfortable house set on a working farm. It has Fantastic countryside & sea views. There is a choice of shops, Pubs & resturants within 2km. Tralee is just 8km away & just a 15 minute drive to blue flag beaches and golf course. Breenville Farmhouse is located just off the ‘Wild Athlantic Way’ and is ideally located for exploring Dingle, Killarney, Ring of Kerry, Cliffs of Moher & Cork .
“Just spent a wonderful 9 days here. We all thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. The hosts were helpful and friendly. The farm tour, pony, homemade scones and apple pie were a highlight. Surrounding coast and countryside were just stunning. Accommodation was clean, spacious and homely with all we needed. If we are ever back on the West Coast of Ireland then we will holiday here again.”