Simply unrivalled with contemporary furnishings and gentle relaxing hues, contrasting woods coupled with luxurious accommodation, breathtaking views and completely run on alternative energy (solar and geothermal, under floor heating) - all make this guest accommodation genuinely unique. Luxuriously styled furnishings and detailed, use of native slate from one of the worlds most renowned slate mines. Valentia Slate makes this a special haven that you will find hard to leave. All rooms have a wall mounted moveable LCD TV to watch whether in bed or on the couch by the window, Sky Satellite, Tea/Coffee facilities, hairdryer, power showers (some have shower columns with body jets) even the chocolate on your pillow as standard while phone and internet are by request. The Geothermal heating, which is thermostatically controlled, can be adjusted to suit by you in your room.
Mary & Paddy Cartin at Calafont B&B, Portmagee invite you to stay at their modern and stylish accommodation, fully equipped home overlooking Valentia Island just off the Ring of Kerry. Dramatic views from all guest rooms are guaranteed. Breakfasts from Mary's famous Full Kerry breakfast to Continental is offered at an additional cost. An ideal base for 3 - 4 day stays with a minimum stay of 2 days. Calafont B&B is an easy drive from Cahersiveen or Waterville. We recommend a trip to The Skelligs Rock(a World Heritage Site) - spectacular scenery, birdlife and an incredible 6th-century monastic settlement - a trip we can arrange and all who go, say they will never forget. The picturesque village of Portmagee is within walking distance with its great pubs, restaurants, traditional music and dance. Overlooking Portmagee Channel with views of Valentia, Bray Head and the Atlantic Ocean. Things to do locally include a visit to Glanleam House & Subtropical Gardens, Valentia Heritage Centre, Valentia Island Ice Cream factory, producing award-winning ice cream in many flavours, Tetrapod Trackpads, laid down some 385 million years ago and so much more to see and do.
The Old School House B&B welcomes you to beautiful unspoiled Ballinskelligs recently awarded the gold star for dark skies and a popular with star gazers and on the new wild Atlantic way route . It nestles between two sandy blue flag beaches and stunning mountains. It is home to Ballinskelligs abbey where the monks founded their Monastery when they came off Skellig Michael in the 9-century. There are many activities locally for you to enjoy, be it cliff walks along the Atlantic waves, kayaking, canoeing, or rock climbing, abseiling a round of golf, horse riding, bird watching or simply taking in the view over a cup of coffee in our local beach cafe you can have it all. Start your day with our home cooked and totally fresh breakfast, made with our own free-range eggs and local Valencia milk you can choose from scrambled eggs with Irish smoked salmon or fluffy pancakes with berries and cream,not forgetting the traditional Irish fried breakfast and our homemade brown bread and scones. We can arrange your boat trip to Skellig Michael (Weather Permitting) or help you plan your day with maps and directions there are many historic sites on the Skellig ring and the nearby world famous Ring of Kerry is pure eye candy.You will love our house if you are a teacher or have an interest in history as we have old school records dating back to 1844 some great stories to share.
Attractive home with sun lounge and sitting room for guests use. All bedrooms are ensuite with TV, tea/coffee making facilities. Extensive breakfast menu. Enjoy relaxing stays with spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean and Kerry mountains with magnificent sunsets. Stay and play at Waterville Championship Golf Links and also the new Skellig Bay course. Tee times arranged. Bookings taken for trip to Skellig Island. Drying room for guests use.Just a 3 minute walk to local gourmet seafood restaurants and traditional pubs. Waterville ( An Coirean) - The Little Whirlpool - is the premier coastal tourist centre of South West Kerry and on the Ring Of Kerry. It has attracted many famous celebrities down through the years including Charlie Chaplin and his family. Waterville nestles between Lough Currane and Balinskelligs Bay, where you will find mountains and lakeland with the added advantage of the sea on your doorstep.
The Olde Forge has been serving breakfast to Kerry visitors for over 20 years! We are located a 2km from the village of Caherdaniel and provide an ideal base for short or extended trips to the region. Our rooms boast an unrivalled view over Kenmare bay to greet you in the morning. All rooms have W.C. and shower en suite. A flexible and varied Breakfast is served from 8am. A variety of rooms are available for families and smaller parties. Caherdaniel has one of Kerry's most beautiful beaches.
The Bord Failte Approved Smugglers Inn, Waterville, is a second generation family business established in 1980 and sits beside a 2km sandy beach. It is well known for it's warm hospitality, comfortable en-suite bedrooms complete with TV, hair dryer, tea & coffee facilities, and most rooms boasting breathtaking sea or mountain views. Recommended by many good food guides, the award winning gourmet restaurant with panoramic sea views overlooking Ballinskelligs Bay, serves modern Irish and continental cuisine and specialises in fresh locally sourced seafood, meats and other produce, showcasing prime ingredients from along the Wild Atlantic Way. See live lobsters in our tank. Variety of bar snacks also served in our fully licensed bar. Chef/Proprietor: Henry Hunt. Waterville is popular for those who enjoy outdoor pursuits - for golf fanatics you could almost tee-off from the Smugglers Inn to the world famous 18 hole championship Waterville Golf Links. For fishermen the nearby Lough Currane is popular for catching salmon & sea trout; hikers might like to walk the Kerry Way; or you can go horseback riding along the beach or through the forest - something for all to enjoy.
Claiming the best views in Ireland, the Scarriff Inn B&B at Caherdaniel is a family run Bed and Breakfast Inn renowned for its Irish welcome. From all bedrooms there are majestic views of Derrynane, Kenmare Bay and Bantry Bay. The Inn is halfway round the Ring of Kerry midway between Waterville and Sneem. Dine in the seafood restaurant and sample the outstanding cuisine as recommended by Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber or relax in the Visa bar and enjoy the scenery and ambience.
Situated in Portmagee, winner of the Ireland First Tourism Town Award, Reen Coast B&B overlooks Valentia Island and the Portmagee Channel. It is an ideal base for touring the beautifully scenic Ring of Kerry, a trip not to be missed, which passes close by. All the rooms have views of the sea and mountains, and have en-suite bathrooms, WiFi and TVs. On arrival you will be greeted by delicious home baking and tea or coffee. There is a delicious breakfast menu, from full Irish to pancakes, and vegetarians are catered for. This owner is an avid walker and gives good advice on the best trails, from easy to "you need to be experienced".
Relax in our award winning 4 star rated tastefully decorated lodge. Our lodge overlooks a secluded beach with magnificent views of the St. Finan's Bay, Skelligs Rock and the Atlantic Ocean. One of the unique features of this beach is the way the waves break spectacularly. Truly a sight to behold! All our bedrooms and dining area have splendid views of the beach and ocean where you can relax in peace and solitude. Listen to the sounds of the birds and see what wildlife you can spot in the water.
Brookhaven B&B accommodation is a luxury five star Irish Tourist Board, family run bed and breakfast. Spacious en suite rooms, with king beds, direct dial telephone, multichannel t.v. hairdryers, plus tea and coffee making facilities. Nestled outside the picturesque village of Waterville, halfway around the internationally renowned Ring of Kerry, and in the heart of the Wild Atlantic Way, and the Dark Sky reserve, this is the ideal holiday spot. Brookhaven House B&B accommodation overlooks the Atlantic Ocean, and the Waterville links golf course , and is a two minute drive to Hogs Head golf course. Activities locally; golf, fishing lake and sea( Lough Currane famous for salmon and sea trout), walking Kerry Way walking route, also many loop walks nearby, horse riding, surfing, blue flag beaches, archaeological sites the Skellig Islands(World Unesco heritage site, star wars location, which is surrounded by screaming gannets, and gulls, this is a trip to remember. There are renowned gourmet restaurants on our doorstep. Recommended by all leading guide books.
Welcome to O'Gradys Townhouse B&B where Angela and her family have been accommodation guests since 1990. Traditional Irish hospitality, guest satisfaction and value for money has been our trademark in that time. O'Gradys B&B is the perfect place to relax as we cater for a wide range of guests having 6 en-suite bedrooms with a choice of queen,double or single orthopaedic beds and each room is equipped with t.v., hospitality tray, hairdryer and clock radio. All the bedrooms are tastefully decorated and designed for our guests comfort ideal for a short of long stay. There is free Wi-Fi available throughout. Breakfast is served in our spacious dining room and we can cater for any special dietary needs if advised the night before (see our sample menu) Enjoy your day golfing, fishing, visiting Skellig Michael or exploring this breathtaking area by car, tour bus, cycling or walking. Relax in the evening in the many bars and restaurants which are all nearby.
Located on the Wild Atlantic Way it's the half way stopping point on world famous Ring of Kerry, this Milestone Heritage Site situated in Waterville Village traces its origins to the First Transatlantic Telegraph Cables layed from Ireland/Europe to USA in 1866. The remarkable story of the telegraph and the nineteenth century's online pioneers - stay with us and experience this remarkable aspect of Irelands history and culture. That incomparable Irish mist, we reveal the Ireland you had only dreamed of - colourful, unstuffy, and a infectiously attractive mix of styles and people. Polished floors, robust Irish cooking, medicinal whiskeys, fly-fishing and storytelling characters, Islands, mountains, and goats who own the road, everchanging skies, magical wishing wells. Believe every word you hear about the beauty of Waterville Ring of Kerry, however its the warm hearted friendly people whose healing inheritance will nurture and settle you along with a majestic landscape and its power to embrace and nourish you.