Contemporary calm on the edge of Dingle town
Dingle, Dingle Peninsula, Wild Atlantic Way
- 6 guests
- 3 bedrooms
- 2 bathrooms
Within walking distance of the centre of Dingle town, nestled into the foot of the surrounding hills, lies Cois Chnoic (Irish for ‘beside the hill’). This chic family home sized semi-detached house is ideal to be close to all amenities but out of the bustle of the busy town centre. In a small estate, with plenty of parking, the house is painted in calming tones, from the outset, entering through the sea-green painted door, into the light filled porch, the tone is set immediately and its air of relaxed luxury and contemporary style envelops you.
No steps to front of house but all bedrooms are upstairs.
Address Cois Chnoic, Dingle, County Kerry
THIS PROPERTY IS PET FRIENDLY
We ask that dogs not to jump on and sleep on the furniture, or go in the bedrooms. We also ask that all traces of your pet be removed at the end of your stay, including the garden and courtyard areas. Thank you in advance.
Please note, we have a zero tolerance policy on events and parties in the home and no excess above the occupancy stated guests unless otherwise authorised by head office. For more information please do not hesitate to contact head office or you can view our terms and conditions here -
Beach 3km to the nearest beach but the sea is only 1.4km away.
Pubs/Restaurants/Shops Dingle Town 1.3km.
Kerry Airport 65km.
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The stairs and first floor are carpeted in soft luxurious grey carpet and stylish light fittings set off the decor. Waking up in the spacious master bedroom to the front of the house, you don’t even need to leave your comfortable double bed to enjoy the an uninterrupted view of the hillside. Awaken to the sight of rolling fields, lush trees and the sound of birdsong in this restful paradise. With ample drawers and a clothes rail there is plenty of storage – whether it’s outdoor wear for enjoying the countryside or glad rags for a night in Dingle’s famous pubs. An ensuite WC and electric shower completes the master suite, stylishly decorated with feature tiles.
There is another double bedroom to the back of the house with chic mid-century style reading lamps, perfect for devouring the last few pages of your holiday read. The room has ample storage drawers, clothes rail and a full length mirror on its restful lilac grey walls.
A spacious twin room to the back of the house, has plenty of floorspace for children to play, as well as double fitted wardrobes for fashionista visitors to hang their holiday wardrobe.
As well as the ground floor WC and master bedroom ensuite shower room, there is a full family bathroom to the front of the house upstairs, with shower, bath, sink and WC. Again decorated with geometric patterned feature tiles and stylish contemporary sanitary ware.
Living and dining area
The living room is a restful retreat with soft grey couches and a diesel blue accent chair continuing the serene decor. A plush rug warms underfoot and windows look out towards the hills. A large flat screen TV is ideal for a cosy night in and oval nested coffee tables add a Scandinavian style touch, inviting you to settle in with a hot drink or a glass
Kitchen and dining area
French doors lead from the sitting room into the kitchen / dining area. A large table seats six comfortably, under a stylish pendant lamp. Another set of French doors lead out to a small deck area and sloping garden which is safely enclosed for those with small children. A full size fridge freezer, electric hob and oven, dishwasher, kettle and retro style double toaster complete the ample wooden kitchen facilities. There is a separate utility room leading off the kitchen with washing machine, dryer and space for extra storage.
A WC completes the downstairs facilities.
The small sloping grass back garden and decking area is fully enclosed, accessible through French doors from the kitchen, ideal for al fresco dining or keeping an eye on young children.
The colourful fishing town of Dingle boasts many attractions and there is always something fun to do with cultural events throughout the year including food, music, film and arts festivals. The town is surrounded by natural beauty with beaches, mountains and rivers to explore.
With over 50 pubs in the town, there is always a bit of craic to be had and live music every night. Dingle was named Ireland’s Best Foodie Town in 2014 so food lovers will be in heaven! There are so many good restaurants especially serving freshly caught seafood it is hard to just name a few, but you’ll find some of our favourites on the Stay YNA App. The Dingle Food Festival takes place every year over the first weekend in October and attracts thousands of visitors for its taste trail, demonstrations, wine tasting, workshops and entertainment. There is also farmers market on Fridays with all the award winning local produce Dingle has to offer on sale.
A sophisticated collection of homes with polished wood furniture, curvaceous lines, sumptuous fabrics, glistening ornate mirrors and intricate lighting. Relax in comfort and a refined style with rich glossy colour palettes accented with jewel colours.
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