Parknasilla Holiday Cottages
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Parknasilla Resort, Sneem, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
Ms Lisa Argue
Located in the grounds of the world-famous Parknasilla Resort & Spa, in County Kerry, are the three bedroom self catering Villas. Nestled in the woodland beside the hotel and flanked by the Kerry Mountains, these are the ideal Kerry holiday location.
Parknasilla is a private estate of over 500 acres of parkland on one of Ireland's most spectacular and scenic peninsulas overlooking Kenmare Bay on the stunning Ring of Kerry. For generations, this magical Sneem hotel has captured the imagination of many. Parknasilla Hotel, in County Kerry, is famous as a haven of rest and relaxation, an escape from stress, a place as inspiring as it is spectacularly beautiful.
The self catering accommodation at Parknasilla provides three bedroom villas. Guests staying at the self catering accommodation can enjoy all the facilities the resort has to offer, including a 12 hole golf course, tennis courts, indoor pool, spa and thermal suites.
The two bedroom self catering Lodges are located in the heart of the resort nestled in a quiet sun drenched courtyard. The self catering lodges are beautifully designed in calming neutral colours and include a large open living area and kitchen, and two large double bedrooms, one of which is ensuite.
The three bedroom self catering Villas are set just a short stroll from the main hotel building with the famous walks of Parknasilla Resort entering from both north and south. These self catering Villas boast three large double bedrooms, and spacious living and kitchen areas. The Villas provide ample space for sitting outside on a summer's evening and there is a large green communal area shared between all the Villas.
Within the estate there are numerous activities to keep you amused including guided walking tours, golf, cycling, archery and lake fishing. If you run out of activities within the grounds of Parknasilla Resort there is still much much more to see and do in Sneem and the surrounding area including horse riding along the back drop of the Macgillycuddy Reeks.