HomeOverseasEuropeUnited KingdomTubrid Cottage,Tubrid Cottage, Tara Farm, Tubrid, Kenmare, KENMARE, V93 KUX3, United Kingdom
€662 / week

Tubrid Cottage,Tubrid Cottage, Tara Farm, Tubrid, Kenmare, KENMARE, V93 KUX3, United Kingdom

2 beds Refreshed on Nov 24, 2022
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(Reference number: 452723) Holiday home The living areas in the property consist of an open-plan living space with a kitchen offering an electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, two dining areas with seating for four people each, and a sitting area with a TV, DVD player, Stereo and woodburning stove, as well as a utility with a washing machine and tumble dryer. The bedrooms consist of a king-size with an en-suite shower room and a family room with a king-size, single and an en-suite bathroom. Outside, there is an enclosed landscaped garden with patio and furniture, and off-road parking. Within 0.7 miles, you will discover a shop and a pub. Please bear in mind that this is a pet-free and a smoke-free property. WiFi, a hairdryer, fuel, power, a starter pack for the woodburning stove, bed linen and towels are all included in the price. A highchair is readily available, a cot is available on request. There is so much joy to be had at Tubrid Cottage. Note: This property shares a driveway with the owner's son. Area Kenmare is a charming Irish town at the head of Kenmare Bay with spectacular views out to the Skellig Islands. Kenmare is home to the famous Kenmare Stone Circle; one of the largest in Ireland and certainly worth exploring! There is also Reenagross Woodland Park Kenmare, one of the largest woodland parks in Ireland, a stone's throw from the town centre. The town is home to a range of eateries, including Mulcahys, a traditional Irish pub with live music on Fridays and Saturdays, while No. 35 is also a top-notch restaurant. Region 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.

Tubrid Cottage,Tubrid Cottage, Tara Farm, Tubrid, Kenmare, KENMARE, V93 KUX3, United Kingdom

€662 / week

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Price€662 / week
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Energy RatingBER-
Refreshed onNov 24, 2022
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Description

(Reference number: 452723) Holiday home The living areas in the property consist of an open-plan living space with a kitchen offering an electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, two dining areas with seating for four people each, and a sitting area with a TV, DVD player, Stereo and woodburning stove, as well as a utility with a washing machine and tumble dryer. The bedrooms consist of a king-size with an en-suite shower room and a family room with a king-size, single and an en-suite bathroom. Outside, there is an enclosed landscaped garden with patio and furniture, and off-road parking. Within 0.7 miles, you will discover a shop and a pub. Please bear in mind that this is a pet-free and a smoke-free property. WiFi, a hairdryer, fuel, power, a starter pack for the woodburning stove, bed linen and towels are all included in the price. A highchair is readily available, a cot is available on request. There is so much joy to be had at Tubrid Cottage. Note: This property shares a driveway with the owner's son. Area Kenmare is a charming Irish town at the head of Kenmare Bay with spectacular views out to the Skellig Islands. Kenmare is home to the famous Kenmare Stone Circle; one of the largest in Ireland and certainly worth exploring! There is also Reenagross Woodland Park Kenmare, one of the largest woodland parks in Ireland, a stone's throw from the town centre. The town is home to a range of eateries, including Mulcahys, a traditional Irish pub with live music on Fridays and Saturdays, while No. 35 is also a top-notch restaurant. Region 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.