Epic Views in Ballydavid
Traditional Celtic Charm
Ballydavid, Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry
- 7 guests
- 4 bedrooms
- 2 bathrooms
Teach Geal is perched atop a hill underneath the majestic Brandon Mountain. From its vantage point, guests can take in spectacular views across Smerwick Harbour to the peaks of the Three Sisters. The spacious house, with its gorgeous original features, beckons with peaceful refuge from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, but also provides a wonderful space for a family or friends reunion with ample space designed for entertaining and spending time making cherished memories together. Inside, guests can enjoy the warmth and comfort of a cozy fireplace, spacious bedrooms, a well-equipped kitchen, and two bright and airy sun rooms. Outside, the house offers a large deck for outdoor dining and stunning views of the surrounding landscape. Whether inside or out, guests of Teach Geal are sure to find comfort and relaxation in their mountain retreat.
THIS PROPERTY IS PET FRIENDLY
Airport Distance - 80km
Nearest Pub - An Cuinne Pub 5 minutes drive
Nearest Pub/ Restaurant - An Bothar Pub - 4.8km
Nearest Shop - Dingle - 12km ,Ballyferiter *10.3km
Nearest Beach - Feohanagh Bay Beach 300m
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 -
This home is a 'Self check in home' with a lock box on site. The Manager is available to provide a check in over the phone if you have any questions or require any assistance. Please email us on [email protected] if you require a meet and greet and this can be arranged.
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Kitchen and Living area
Entering the house, you are in an open plan living area, with sitting room spaces to the left and the kitchen to the right. There are gorgeous stone walls which give it great character, warm wooden floors and low wooden ceiling and beams have been painted white and are complemented by the sash windows that have stunning views. The living room area is very stylishly decorated with comfortable couches and a flat screen SMART TV. From the back sitting room, there is an ante room with access to the utility room and downstairs WC with shower. There is also access to a back door. The kitchen area has a breakfast bar, bright orange wood units and sleek counters, a double oven, dishwasher, fridge freezer with water dispenser and an unusual geometric sink with pull out mixer tap attachment. The view out the window over the sink is beautiful and washing up won't be a chore with those mountains to gaze at.
Dining area and entertaining room
The unusual feature of this house is two sun rooms which have been built opening off the kitchen area – one is laid out as a dining room with a six seater table and elegant, comfortable chairs, and incredible views to wow your dinner guests with. The other, larger sunroom is what makes this house truly unique – with a vaulted wooden ceiling and beams, and windows all around, it houses an indoor pizza oven and is also equipped with a bar corner, with fridge/freezer and sink (made by local potter Louis Mulcahy), perfect for prepping drinks. There is access to the patio outside to throw the doors open for indoor-outdoor experience in the summer, enjoying piping hot fresh pizza outside in the evening sun. It’s the ideal space for a big family reunion or a group of friends; young and old will love it.
Upstairs there are four double bedrooms (one with a cot) all with a mix of stone walls and wooden panelling, giving incredible character. While there isn’t a bad aspect from this house, surrounded by mountains and sea, the two front bedrooms both have the wow factor to wake up to with incredible views from the bed of Smerwick Harbour, across to the Three Sisters, and even beyond to An Tiaracht, the most westerly of the Blasket Islands, on a good day.
Downstairs, the atmospheric stone walled WC has a large shower cubicle. Upstairs, the main bathroom is stylishly decorated with stunning dark green metro tiles, characterful stone walls and is replete with both a stunning roll top bath, as well a shower cubicle.
Ample parking space is great for welcoming guests and an outdoor patio area make this stunningly renovated house great for spending time soaking up the sun or outdoor dining. There is also an outdoor shower for your convenience.
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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.
- Dishes and silverware
- Cooking basics
- Coffee maker
- Hair dryer
- Bed linens
- Hot water
- Full kitchen
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