Ballydavid, Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry
- 4 guests
- 2 bedrooms
- 1 bathroom
This impressive two-bedroom light filled modern cottage is stunningly located in one of the most enviable locations on the Dingle Peninsula. Undoubtedly the large panoramic window in the kitchen area that frames The Three Sisters Headland and the distant Blasket Islands must be the property's most unmatched feature. Many a local artist has spent a lot of time and passion capturing this exact image. Other views from the house include Smerwick Harbour and the majestic Brandon Range. This area makes a great base for walks, beaches, hiking, music/language courses and it is not remote being only just 2kms to the local pub/restaurants in the very popular village of Ballydavid. Many guests that have stayed in this area have commented that the evening walk along the headland to the pub where they serve quality food and impromptu Irish music sessions was the highlight of their stay!
The property has just one entrance/exit area off the Slea Head Drive road with an open style hedge lined small parking area. There is easily enough room for two cars and more to the rear if required. There is a front area with a comfortable "Love Seat" on which to enjoy the evening sunset.
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THIS PROPERTY IS PET FRIENDLY
Beach Within 1km
Pub/Restaurant Within 2km of T.P. Begleys (Pub/Restaurant), Begleys (very well-known pub, famous for its legacy of musicians) and An Bothar (Pub/Restaurant).
Shop There is a small supermarket 12.3kms away in Ballyferriter and just 14kms away one will find large supermarkets such as Supervalue, Lidl and all amenities in Dingle town.
Kerry Airport 70.1km
Please note - This home is close to the road and does not have a driveway gate or fence.
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The Gaeltacht region of Ballydavid (Baile na nGall) is a majestic area that comprises of the three adjoining villages Ballydavid, Feohanagh and Murreagh. There, Mount Brandon overlooks the north shores of Smerwick harbour with its stunning cliffs, dramatic seas and tranquil untouched beaches. There is something for everyone with archeological sights, incredible walks, great swimming and snorkelling at the Pier, windsurfing, surfing, fishing, excellent fish restaurants and lively pubs.
The Slea head drive takes you ‘Out West’ as it is fondly referred to by locals, through Dunquin, Ballyferriter, Ballydavid and then loops back to Dingle. A slight detour off the drive takes you to the quiet fishing village of Ballydavid with its memorable Pier, a well loved spot with a great atmosphere on summer days. There are two pubs/restaurants that overlook the pier and beach with tables outside where you can relax and take in the Three Sisters, Dun an Oir and the white sandy beaches. All of the restaurants in the area have quality seafood and are located close to the sea to incorporate the stunning cliff and sea views. The area is great for cycling as it is quite flat, you can rent bikes at Gormans Restaurant between Murreagh and Feohanagh.
The Dingle Way meanders through Feohanagh’s wonderful cliff and beach walks. There are stunning trails around the cliffs and coves of Brandon Creek and up Mount Brandon, Irelands second highest mountain range which has 360° views across the Dingle Peninsula. Brandon Creek is known to be the place from where Saint Brendan set sail across the Atlantic Ocean to discover North America in the 6th Century. There is a wonderful walk from the Brandon Creek along the cliff to a 16th century look out tower on the hill above Feohanagh. the views up there are breathtaking.
Murreagh village has a shop, a community hall, a national school and is also the home of the Gaeltacht Football team with its proud tradition of Gaelic Football. In Carraig, Teach Siamsa is a training centre for the famous Siamsa Tíre whose goal is to preserve traditional culture in the areas of dance, music and song.
One of the most famous landmarks on the Dingle Peninsula is Gallarus Oratory, believed to have been built between the 6th century as a place of worship for early Christian farmers of the area. Shaped like an upside-down boat, the simple dry-stone structure has remained waterproof and in perfect condition to the present day. Close by is Gallarus Castle built by the FitzGeralds in the 15th century. It is one of the few surviving castles on the Dingle peninsula stone. Kilmalkedar Church is an early Christian and later Medieval site with a few gems worth a visit. Amongst them, the Alphabet Stone, a holed ogham stone, a sun dial, a large stone cross and two Holy Wells.
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