Little Liss Cottage
Charming, Compact and Cute
Brandon, Dingle Peninsula, Wild Atlantic Way
- 6 guests
- 3 bedrooms
- 1 bathroom
The Little Liss Cottage is perched up on Lios Na Caolbhui overlooking the beach and pier at Brandon both a 5 minute walk away. The sun floods through the cute cottage most of the day reflecting off the ocean. Surrounded by legendary walks where the mountains touch the sea, the area is very popular with walkers, artists and fishermen. You can walk down to Murphy’s pub on the pier for a great atmosphere all year round. The Cottage has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, unlimited WIFI and a large garden with patio.
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The house has three bedrooms, a double with a fabulous sea view and two twin rooms. All fresh and white with all the storage you need.
The main bathroom has a beautiful pebbled floor with an open electric shower and bath. There is a toilet off the utility room next to the kitchen.
The lounge is a lovely space at the centre of the house with the most comfortable couch, large flat screen TV and an open fire. The house is all white with tasteful, delicate pictures on all the walls.
The kitchen/diner is at the back of the house facing Mount Brandon. It’s a classic country kitchen with a table that seats 6 and french doors that lead out onto the patio. There is a fridge, seperate freezer, microwave, toaster, electric oven and hob and a seperate utility with washing machine and dryer.
THIS PROPERTY IS PET FRIENDLY
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 -
Address Brandon, Dingle Peninsula
Kerry Airport 60km
Mount Brandon dominates the villages of Cloghane and Brandon, a welcoming community with a rich heritage of music, language, and dance. There are numerous walks to lakes, waterfalls, creeks, beaches, cliff walks and of course the unforgettable walk/climb up Mount Brandon. The beaches are so varied from the secret beach ‘Tra Bhan’ to Brandon Bay, the longest beach in Ireland which starts in Cloghane and runs for 13km to Castlegregory and the Maharees Peninsula
Cloghane has two great bar/ restaurants serving pub food. Brandon is centred around the activities of the Pier, swimming, fishing, drinking, eating, dolphin spotting, socialising. It’s a very special place and in the summer months full of activity with kids and sometimes adults jumping off the Pier, hiring boats, rowing curragh’s (traditional Irish boats made of heavy canvas and tar).
Fishing in the area is superb. The Owenmore River flows from its source in Mullach, down through the valley to the estuary of Cloghane and into Brandon Bay. The river is bursting with salmon and sea trout. The estuary, reached from Cappagh beach and Drom on the opposite side along with Fermoyle Beach are perfect for shore anglers looking for sea bass. There is nowhere as social to fish though as the pier in Brandon where you can get a refreshing pint of Guinness and a crab sandwich while reeling in the mackerel.
There are over 2,000 archaeological sites on the Dingle Peninsula and the valley of Loch a’ Duin near Cloghane is one of the largest. It contains over 90 structures dating from the Bronze age including rock art, standing stones and wedge tombs. The site is a bit overgrown but it’s good fun hunting for the structures. If you don’t find any, the stunning walk which begins where the Connor Pass road meets the Cloghane road rewards you with a stunning waterfall and lake.
Traditional Celtic Charm
These welcoming homes embrace a homely, relaxed look and feel that make you want to drop your suitcase and fall into the nearest comfy armchair or squishy sofa and put your feet up. Whether they be spacious and open plan with statement stone fireplaces or snug and cosy with a farmhouse feel they all have a restful, down to earth atmosphere.
- Central Heating
- Child Friendly
- Dedicated Parking Space
- Mountain View
- Ocean View
- Separate kitchen
- Welcome pack
- Hair Dryer
- Bed Linen & Towels
- Dining Room
- Seats indoors
- Cooking Utensils
- Dishes & Utensils
- Full Modernized
Why Stay YNA?
We’ve stayed in every home
We hand pick the most stylish holiday homes with well thought out interiors in unique locations and we’ve not just visited and photographed all our holiday homes, we actually stay in them to ensure they reach our high standards.
Arrive to a sparkling clean home, beds made with crisp white linen, fluffy towels in the bathroom & boutique toiletries unique to the area. You’ll also receive an artisan welcome pack with some local goodies so you can have a snack on arrival.
Local Team at your service
There is a Stay YNA team at the heart of every one of our speciality destinations...we live there... so a Stay YNA local Manager is there to meet you at your accommodation, show you around and ensure you know how to use everything from the oven to wifi and if there is an emergency you're not alone, they are there to help!
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Our bookings team are there to help you choose the right home and ensure the booking to arrival process is seamless. We have secure online payments and a trusted refund policy. You can speak to us Mon to Fri 9 - 5pm GMT and emails are responded to daily. That's why over 20,000 guests a year book with us.
WIFI & Smart TV's
All our properties have wifi as standard and most have our homes have smart tv's so you can in to your own Netflix or amazon account and watch whatever takes your fancy. Please check with the amenities section for the Smart tv icon!
Our Local Managers are passionate about the area they live in and at your meet and greet they love sharing their knowledge to ensure you get the best out of your stay. You can also download our STAY YNA app. It’s packed full of the best places to eat, drink and advice on what to do and it's linked to google maps so you can’t go wrong!