Tuaírní na gCoiníní Cottage is an old traditional 2 story, 2 bed farmhouse cottage, nestled in the beautiful valley of Glenmore 6 miles off the main Ring of Kerry road (N70).
It is located right beside the Kerryway walking trail. Surrounded by old woodland at the back and with access to beautiful views, it makes for a lovely getaway or a nice peaceful place to live. It is set on 0.7 acres of land. It has access to school transport for both National and Secondary School children. Wireless broadband is also available in the area.
The property is close to breath taking scenery of mountains, river, lakes, forestry and woodland. There’s plenty to suit both the fisherman and walker alike. It is really and truly an artists paradise.
The cottage has been refurbished with a new en-suite, double glazed windows and door but it also has the classic old roof beams on display down stairs. The cottage has 1 bathroom and a traditional cottage kitchen and open-plan sitting room/living room. Available for Long or Short-term lettings or for Sale!
Teach Bhríde Museum & Heritage Centre: This old National school; closed down in 1977 is now open to the public. There’s a lot of interesting displays on folklore, local history and old implements.
Golf: In close proximity to 2 major championship golf courses, this is a haven for anyone who pursues golf. Skellig Bay Golf course has beautiful views, while the world famous Golf Links course is frequented by famous golfers like Tiger Woods.
Beaches and Scenery: Close to beautiful mountains, and rivers. The lakes; Lough Capall and the more renowned Lough Currane can be seen from the property. There are boat trips out to an ancient monastic settlement on Church Island and also to the World Heritage site of Skellig Rocks. The cottage is also in close proximity to a number of European “Blue Flag” Beaches. It is located right on the Kerryway walkway route to Caherdaniel and Coad. Staigue Fort; one of the largest and finest ring forts in Ireland, can also be easily reached by branching off this walk.
Horse riding, Fishing and Sports: There are plenty riding stables in the area to cater for the horse enthusiast. Freshwater angling is very popular on Lough Currane. Deep sea fishing and diving is also very popular and from June to October one can fish for Blue Shark. It is also close to amenities for water sports.
Address: Margaret O’Connell, Tooreenyduneen, Glenmore, Waterville, Co. Kerry
Phone: +353 (0) 66 9474410
Mobile Phone: Margaret O’Connell +353 (0) 87 9638505 or Rosemary O’Connell +353 (0) 87 9729781
Drive from Waterville out towards Caherdaniel along the main N70 Ring of Kerry road, cross over Waterville Bridge and take the first left for Glenmore.
Drive on past The Waterville Lake Hotel. The house is located approximately 6 miles over this road past two lakes and is perhaps one of the most scenic routes off the Ring of Kerry.