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Derrynane Holiday Homes

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Derrynane, Caherdaniel, Kerry,
Mrs Trident Holiday Homes

Derrynane Holiday Homes are situated on the Wild Atlantic Way adjacent to the magnificent Ring of Kerry. Their eight self-catering holiday homes in Derrynane are beside one of the world’s most beautiful beaches.

These holiday homes include three spacious bedrooms and boast their own private gardens. These eight homes are beautifully furnished and fitted to a very high standard, with wonderful views of mountains and the ocean.

On the ground floor you will find an open plan living room with comfortable sofas and an electric stove, dining room and stylish kitchen with a walnut finish. There are two bedrooms on the ground floor, a twin bedroom (double on request) and a double bedroom with king size bed which both share a bathroom with shower. On the first floor there is a third bedroom with a king size bed with ensuite bathroom with over bath shower.
One of the eight holiday homes is wheelchair accessible with a ground floor single bedroom rather than a twin bedroom and all other accommodation is the same.

The surrounding scenery of the Iveragh Peninsula is extremely beautiful, offering breath-taking views for miles around every turn along the road. Derrynane beach was ranked the second best beach in Ireland by Trip Advisor in 2015 and the International Blue Flag award for 2016.

Derrynane self-catering holiday homes are a popular choice for families and couples touring the Ring of Kerry or relaxing and enjoying all Derrynane has to offer. With so much to see and do such as golf, water activities, equestrian pursuits, walking, sea, lake and river angling, exploring Derrynane National Park and the home of Daniel O’Connell you will be spoilt for choice with things to see and do.

The small village of Caherdaniel is a mere 1.6 kilometres away from Derrynane Holiday Homes with two pubs serving hot food and an excellent selection of seafood. Derrynane House is two kilometres west of the village and open to the public in summer. The house is now an Irish National Monument and part of 320 acre National Park.