(Reference number: 49701)
Jeremiah's Cottage is situated on the edge of the village of Cromane, five miles from the delightful town of Killorglin. This single storey, detached cottage is positioned on a quiet road and is very welcoming. The rooms are light and airy and it has a cosy sitting room with electric fire and a stunning country style kitchen with dining area. Jeremiah's Cottage sleeps five and has three bedrooms - one single with en-suite, one twin with en-suite and one double which has a door to the house bathroom. Outside, the large garden area to the front of the cottage is perfect for dining and relaxing in after a busy day exploring the area. The breathtaking views of Inch Beach and Macgillycuddy Reeks can be seen from the cottage and there is off road parking for four cars. Ideal for families or friends, Jeremiah's Cottage is a perfect base to explore the towns of Killorglin and Killarney and the beautiful countryside.
In the centre of County Kerry, near the River Laune and surrounded by wonderful scenery, you will find the lovely town of Killorglin. As the gateway to the Ring of Kerry, Killorglin offers many pubs, restaurants and cafes. For those that like a spot of fishing, then there is the River Laune and the nearby Caragh Lake. Held in Killorglin every August is the 'Puck Fair', which is one of the oldest street festivals in Ireland. Nearby are stunning sandy beaches and the area boasts many golf courses. Killarney is only twelve miles away and offers a number of shops, bars, restaurants and theatres. A short drive from Killarney is the breathtaking Killarney National Park which is a haven for walkers and cyclists. Killorglin and Killarney are fantastic places to visit and along with the beautiful countryside, this is an area that you will not want to leave.
County Kerry is a mystical and unspoilt part of Ireland, with spectacular natural beauty and a fascinating history. Facing the Atlantic Ocean, it features many sandy beaches, rocky inlets and stunning peninsulas.
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