Accommodation

Waterville Holiday Cottages

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1-19 Carrig Eanna, Spunkane, Waterville, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
Ms Michelle Lennon
F: +353(0)12018450
E: reservations@tridentholidayhomes.ie

Set on the famous Ring of Kerry in one of Ireland’s most unspoilt scenic areas, Waterville Holiday Cottages offer four bedroom self catering homes, built in a traditional style, with stone clad walls, half doors and country style kitchens.

Waterville Holiday Cottages, in Waterville, County Kerry, are just a few minutes walk from the heart of this picturesque seaside village with its pebbled beach, quaint pubs and good restaurants. These spacious, beautifully designed holiday homes are set in natural landscaped gardens. The four bed room properties are built in a traditional style, with stone clad walls, half doors and country style kitchens. These holiday homes have an open plan kitchen/living area with an open fire. There is one double bedroom, one twin and a family bathroom on the ground floor. The first floor has a master ensuite double bedroom and a twin room with a shower room.

This rugged coastline has a great variety of outdoor activities on offer such as horse riding, cycling, water sports and hiking. Waterville is extremely popular with fishermen with the nearby Lough Currane being well stocked with salmon and trout while there are numerous fishing charters from Ballinskelligs and Caherciveen. Waterville is home to one of Ireland’s oldest golf clubs –Waterville Golf Club. Redesigned by Eddie Hackett, some of the sports greats have played at this championship course including Tiger Woods.

Waterville is less than 15 minutes from a stunning Blue Flag Beach sandy beach at Derrynane and Ballinskelligs. Boat trips leaving from Ballinskelligs and Portmagee take visitors out around the coast and across to Skellig Rock and Valentia Island (which is also accessible by land bridge).
This self catering accommodation in Waterville is a convenient base form which to explore the ‘Kingdom of Kerry’ being within easy reach of the ‘Ring of Kerry’, the Killarney Lakes, Killarney and Kenmare.