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€1,050 / week

AN SERRACH,Kinard West, Lispole

3 beds Refreshed on Jan 24, 2023
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Tel: 091 511 111
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(Reference number: 101217) The sense of anticipation is palpable as you make your way along narrow country roads bordered with verdant wildflower-filled hedges, before turning a corner where the view unfolds – the Atlantic Ocean in all its majesty, punctuated by the dramatic steep column of a sea stack, like a seabound watchtower protecting the coastline. Here at Kinard Strand this beachside retreat is in a truly magical setting. An Searrach (the foal), is named for the sea stack it overlooks and walks along the headland offer wonderful views of the famed rock formation. Helpful information This home is not pet friendly Beach: Kinard Beach, 350m Pubs and restaurants: Lispole 4.5km / 6-minute drive Shop: Lispole 4.5km / 6-minute drive Dingle: 8.4km/11-minute drive Kerry Airport: 52.7km / 53-minute drive Click here to see our FAQ’s and details about check in/out times, Security Deposits, Linen and more! Spaces Living room Hamptons beachcomber chic sums up this restful living room which combines comfort, light and airy vibes. A corner couch offers the perfect spot to sprawl and soak up the incredible views, while two rocking chairs placed in the bay window make for the ideal wind down spot. A glass top coffee table showcases the spoils of the sea, with driftwood, stones and shells – maybe you’ll leave behind your own beach find to represent your chapter in the story of this house. An open fire and flatscreen TV await you, to cosy up on the couch, after a day roaming the headland and dipping in the sea. Dining Room The stylish kitchen is fitted out in dark blue with marbled counter tops adding a light touch and wooden floors giving warmth. The central island makes a social focal point, linking the kitchen to the dining area, with a country style dining table seating six comfortably. Bay windows in the kitchen bring lots of light to the room, and French doors to the side of the house lead out to enjoy the views and delights of the garden at the front of the house. The fully equipped kitchen includes dishwasher, coffee machine, kettle, toaster, microwave, full size fridge-freezer with integrated bottle rack, electric hob and oven. The stone-floored utility room has an extra sink and houses the washing machine. A back door opens out to the back garden and washing line. Bedrooms The front bedroom downstairs is the one to nab – a spacious double with wooden floors and mirrored built in wardrobes, this is the room with a view, and what a view to wake up to – fling open the shutters and breathe in the sea air. It also boasts a stone-tiled en suite with shower. Bedroom two downstairs will not disappoint either – also generously sized and boasting plenty of wardrobe space, its location at the rear of the house offers a very different view, looking towards the mountains, so your first view of the day is a peak beckoning to you to get outdoors and take on its challenge. The weary hiker can enjoy a soak in the tub in the spacious en suite bathroom at the end of the day. Upstairs is a large room ideal for children or a group of friends, with a double bed, twin beds and a small pull-out couch bed. The room also has an en suite bathroom with shower. Bathrooms The large family bathroom upstairs is flooded with light from a Velux window and offers a bath and electric shower. Each of the bedrooms has an en suite, two with showers, one with bath and shower. Outdoor Spaces Generous gardens and lawns surround the house, with plenty of room for sunbathing, barbecuing and kickabouts. Dine out and watch the sunset from the southwest-facing front gardens, or if you’re an early bird, see the sun rise up from beyond the rocky cliffs of the Iveragh Peninsula..

AN SERRACH,Kinard West, Lispole

€1,050 / week

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Beds3 beds
Price€1,050 / week
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Energy RatingBER-
Refreshed onJan 24, 2023
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(Reference number: 101217) The sense of anticipation is palpable as you make your way along narrow country roads bordered with verdant wildflower-filled hedges, before turning a corner where the view unfolds – the Atlantic Ocean in all its majesty, punctuated by the dramatic steep column of a sea stack, like a seabound watchtower protecting the coastline. Here at Kinard Strand this beachside retreat is in a truly magical setting. An Searrach (the foal), is named for the sea stack it overlooks and walks along the headland offer wonderful views of the famed rock formation. Helpful information This home is not pet friendly Beach: Kinard Beach, 350m Pubs and restaurants: Lispole 4.5km / 6-minute drive Shop: Lispole 4.5km / 6-minute drive Dingle: 8.4km/11-minute drive Kerry Airport: 52.7km / 53-minute drive Click here to see our FAQ’s and details about check in/out times, Security Deposits, Linen and more! Spaces Living room Hamptons beachcomber chic sums up this restful living room which combines comfort, light and airy vibes. A corner couch offers the perfect spot to sprawl and soak up the incredible views, while two rocking chairs placed in the bay window make for the ideal wind down spot. A glass top coffee table showcases the spoils of the sea, with driftwood, stones and shells – maybe you’ll leave behind your own beach find to represent your chapter in the story of this house. An open fire and flatscreen TV await you, to cosy up on the couch, after a day roaming the headland and dipping in the sea. Dining Room The stylish kitchen is fitted out in dark blue with marbled counter tops adding a light touch and wooden floors giving warmth. The central island makes a social focal point, linking the kitchen to the dining area, with a country style dining table seating six comfortably. Bay windows in the kitchen bring lots of light to the room, and French doors to the side of the house lead out to enjoy the views and delights of the garden at the front of the house. The fully equipped kitchen includes dishwasher, coffee machine, kettle, toaster, microwave, full size fridge-freezer with integrated bottle rack, electric hob and oven. The stone-floored utility room has an extra sink and houses the washing machine. A back door opens out to the back garden and washing line. Bedrooms The front bedroom downstairs is the one to nab – a spacious double with wooden floors and mirrored built in wardrobes, this is the room with a view, and what a view to wake up to – fling open the shutters and breathe in the sea air. It also boasts a stone-tiled en suite with shower. Bedroom two downstairs will not disappoint either – also generously sized and boasting plenty of wardrobe space, its location at the rear of the house offers a very different view, looking towards the mountains, so your first view of the day is a peak beckoning to you to get outdoors and take on its challenge. The weary hiker can enjoy a soak in the tub in the spacious en suite bathroom at the end of the day. Upstairs is a large room ideal for children or a group of friends, with a double bed, twin beds and a small pull-out couch bed. The room also has an en suite bathroom with shower. Bathrooms The large family bathroom upstairs is flooded with light from a Velux window and offers a bath and electric shower. Each of the bedrooms has an en suite, two with showers, one with bath and shower. Outdoor Spaces Generous gardens and lawns surround the house, with plenty of room for sunbathing, barbecuing and kickabouts. Dine out and watch the sunset from the southwest-facing front gardens, or if you’re an early bird, see the sun rise up from beyond the rocky cliffs of the Iveragh Peninsula..