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A half way stopping point world-famous Ring of Kerry, The Old Cable house is a designated heritage site which traces its origins to the first transatlantic telegraph cable from Ireland to the US in 1866. All rooms are bright and spaciouse.
Built in 1801. Beautiful old furniture warm house with antique fire places. 3 1/2 acres of mature gardens & walks. All weather tennis court. Breakfast menu. Within walking distance of town. Unsuitable for children. Dogs allowed outside. Satellite TV. Many recommendations. Tea making facilities. Wireless internet.
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