Our home (a working farm) and The Cottages at are nestled beneath Ireland's highest mountain, Carrauntoohil. We are situated on the famous Kerry Way walking route and in the heart of the Reeks District. The collection of houses were some of the last in Ireland to be connected to the electricity grid (in 1978) due to their isolated location in one of Ireland’s most unspoiled valleys on the edge of the Killarney National Park.
Set in mature gardens adjacent to our family home, Wild Rose Cottage is a self-contained garden apartment with panoramic mountain and sea views. It's on a quiet country road 3 minutes’ walk to the nearest beach and 25 minute’s walk to Castlegregory village, located on the Wild Atlantic Way and Kerry Way walking route. The cottage has been newly renovated and consists of a bright spacious ensuite double bedroom, kitchen/living area with wood burning stove and a private patio/garden area.
Once known as Ceol na Habhainn, Gaelic for 'music of the river', No.3, is a traditional stone built Eco-renovated cottage (with its own private Scandinavian cedar wood sauna), in a tranquil riverside setting in the village of Stradbally, perfectly placed to explore the beautiful and wild Dingle Peninsula.