This stylish and welcoming new home is furnished to a high standard with a double height open plan kitchen/dining room, two lounges and four bedrooms. The cottage is cosy enough for a couple but would also comfortably accommodate two families holidaying together.
Oyster Cottage is located on the Slea Head Drive and just 4 minutes from the colourful town of Dingle in one direction and 4 minutes from the beautiful blue flag Ventry beach in the other direction. Set back from the road, with a large south facing garden and views from every window, this home is the perfect place from which to relax and explore the Dingle Peninsula. WiFi.
There are four bedrooms, downstairs there are three guest bedrooms. The double bedroom has an ensuite bathroom with a large and powerful shower. There are two twin bedrooms, the second having a trundle bed which can be collapsed if not required, or can be positioned to create a double. The large master bedroom upstairs is beautifully furnished and features a king size bed and an ensuite bathroom with a large glass enclosed powerful shower.
There are two ensuites with large power showers and a family bathroom with a shower/bath.
There are two main living areas in Oyster Cottage. The lounge with its large bay windows is bright and luxurious with big comfortable sofas. Upstairs on the mezzanine that overlooks the kitchen/dining area is a second separate sitting area to relax with a good book, watch the large high definition TV or just enjoy the views over the Atlantic to the Skellig Islands.
Kitchen and Dining Area
For those who prefer to eat in, the kitchen is equipped with everything you will need for your stay. There is also a fridge-freezer, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer, cafetiere, plenty of storage space and a large breakfast bar.
The dining area with its double height ceiling and large windows with panoramic views seats 8 comfortably for a family get-together. It is a pleasure to relax in the morning with a cup of coffee overlooking the surrounding scenery or watching the cows going for milking. In the evening, you can cosy up with the wood-burning stove, on which you can also make a cup of tea or cook yourself a warming casserole!