Castlegregory

Kerry Cottages - Cottage No 8

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Kerry Cottages, Castlegregory, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
T: +353(0)12844000
F: +353(0)12844333
E: info@kerrycottages.com

Kerry Cottages are situated near the beautiful village of Castlegregory at the base of the Maharees Peninsula, home to some of the best beaches in Kerry. Cottage No 8, or Gurrig Cottage, has three bedrooms and can sleep up to six guests.

Kerry cottages provides traditional style seaside self catering holiday cottages near the beautiful village of Castlegregory on the Dingle Peninsula, in County Kerry. Swimming; surfing; diving; dolphin watching with Fungi , the resident dolphin in Dingle town; and just doing nothing are all within easy reach of our cottages, especially the doing nothing!

Cottage No 8, or Gurrig Cottage, has three bedrooms, three bath/shower rooms and can sleep up to six guests. The main bedroom has a double bed, and ensuite bathroom, the other two bedrooms are twin rooms. There is a living/dining room with an open fireplace and double doors that lead to the gardens. The property boasts satellite TV, a DVD player and radio/CD player. The kitchen is fully equipped and there is instant panel electric heating. Other facilities include cots and high chairs, a picnic bench in the garden and complimentary towels and linen. The beds will be made up for your arrival and there shall be a welcome pack with tea, coffee, milk and brown bread provided.

This property is surrounded by a combination of safe and sandy beaches for children and world famous surfing beaches all framed by the Slieve Mish and Mount Brandon mountain ranges. The cottage is situated 2km from the village of Castlegregory and approximately a 10 minute walk from Castlegregory Beach. There are opportunities to kite surf, windsurf, horse ride, wander along endless sandy beaches, visit artist studios and relax in the local pubs.

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