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Cappateige, Conor Pass Road, Castlegregory, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
T: +353 (0)66 7139263
F: +353 (0)66 7139263
Commanding striking views of the Atlantic Ocean and located on the stunning Conor Pass in County Kerry, Beenoskee B&B offers tastefully decorated rooms, warm hospitality and extensive breakfasts.
With its prided location overlooking the Atlantic Ocean in County Kerry, Beenoskee B&B offers an atmosphere of homeliness and comfort. Guests to the B&B will enjoy a superb standard of accommodation with orthopedic beds, extensive breakfast menu and home baking provided. Breakfasts are prepared from local produce and served in the elegant and spacious dining room, with views overlooking the vast Atlantic Ocean, mature gardens and impressive panoramas. A good night’s sleep is guaranteed as all guestrooms at the house are individually and tastefully decorated with quality furnishings, bright modern décor and fine wood and coordinating fabrics.
Those arriving at the property will be welcomed with tea and home baked cake on arrival, serving to make Beenoskee B&B a veritable home from home. The home here also offers guests free WiFi Internet access, as well as on site private parking for those travelling by car. The hosts would like guests to kindly note that Beenoskee B&B is a non-smoking home.
With commanding views of Mount Brandon (Ireland’s second highest mountain) and the surfer’s paradise, Brandon Beach, Beenoskee B&B is a perfect base for guests wishing to sample the best of County Kerry’s natural gems. Golfers to the B&B will be able to make for the stunningly located Castlegregory Golf Links, while keen anglers will have a range of sea angling locations within close proximity of the property. For those touring the area, the B&B will prove an excellent base, located as it is on the Conor Pass and within easy access of the stunning Ring of Kerry. The charming village of Castlegregory is within very short drive, while guests wishing to travel a little further afield can journey to the wonderful bustling hubs of Dingle, Killarney and Kenmare. For a spot of traditional entertainment, visitors can make for Tralee where they can visit Siamsa Tíre, Ireland’s National Folk Theatre.
Your host is Mrs Mary Ferriter