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Savour your stay at this superior Georgian-style Manor house, set against a backdrop of the wild and wonderful Dingle Peninsula.
This comfortable house successfully combines old- world luxury and period furnishings with modern comforts, providing the highest standards of international accommodation. Situated on the outskirts of Dingle, one of County Kerry's most magical towns.
Meticulous attention to detail and a unique location make this a most sought-after property. This is a perfect venue for family reunions, small corporate gatherings or indeed for any small group requiring comfort and elegance in a breathtaking location.The house is only minutes from Dingle with its variety of cafes, art galleries and shops.
Ground Floor:: Large well-appointed drawing room; spacious dining room; fully equipped kitchen and study. 2 Bedrooms with ensuite facilities.
First Floor:: Eight spacious bedrooms all with ensuite facilities, some have a sea view. Each room is individually decorated in a flower theme and has TV and video, direct dial telephones and modem access, hairdryer and iron press.
All rooms are non-smoking, fitted with air-conditioning, satellite TV, CD and radio unit, safes, bathrobes, ISDN lines, hairdryers and trouser press. Daily towel change, linen change every second clay and daily cleaning included. Damage security deposit recquired.
Amenities in the area: Golf, horse-riding, fishing, hill walking and archaeological tours. This the perfect base for touring the Dingle Peninsula, with a wide variety of shops and award-winning restaurants nearby.
The Dingle Peninsula is renowned for its breathtaking natural beauty and hospitable people. A drive around the Peninsula reveals fascinating antiquities ranging from Iron Age stone forts to the Early Christian Gallurus Oratory built sometime between the 6th and the 9th centuries.
Dingle harbour with its fishing trawlers, pubs and restaurants is popular with every age group. A favourite past time is dolphin watching as tourists and locals alike try to catch a glimpse of the star of dolphins, Fungie, a permanent resident in Dingle since 1983.There are many stretches of sandy beach including Inch strand where Ryan‚s Daughter was films in the 1960‚s.