Location - Near Dingle
This superb holiday accommodation is situated in the heart of the Dingle Peninsula (https://www.dingle-peninsula.ie) on the Slea Head Drive and Wild Atlantic Way in the townland of Emlagh East, 8 km (5 miles) west of Dingle and 5 km (3 miles) from Ballyferriter Village.
A modern detached fully equipped 3 bedroomed house set on a one acre (0.5 hectares) private and secure site with a large landscaped garden. It has spectacular views of Smerwick Harbour, Mount Brandon, the Three Sisters and Sybil Head peaks, the Atlantic Ocean and the surrounding countryside. The high standard of the accommodation guarantees you will enjoy your stay at Emlagh East.
The ground floor has a spacious open plan lounge, a separate snug/office/playroom along with kitchen and dining areas. The main double bedroom and main bathroom with shower are on their own corridor on this level.
Upstairs on the first floor are two double bedrooms both with en-suite bathrooms.
Fully fitted modern kitchen.
Range cooker with electric hob and ovens, dishwasher, fridge, freezer, washing machine and tumble dryer.
Oil fired central heating.
Smart TV with broadband services.
Up to 400 megabit Broadband with Wi-Fi coverage.
Bed linen and towels provided.
July 2 - July 16: €1,400/week
July 16 - Aug 13: €1,600 /week
Aug 13 - Aug 27: €1,400 /week
September: €1,300 /week
For other dates contact the owner (see below).
A booking deposit of €200 per week of booking is required to confirm booking and the balance is due 8 weeks prior to check in date. Payment can be made by bank transfer or cheque. For late bookings full payment is required to confirm the booking.
The booking deposit is non-refundable.
Refund of balance, 100% if cancelled more than 28 days in advance of check in date, 50% if more than 14 days of check in date. No refunds are provided for cancellations of less than 14 days prior to check in date.
Nearest shop 5 km (3 miles).
Nearest pub less than 1 km (0.5 miles).
Near Dingle town – 8 km (5 miles) with its beautiful harbour setting, numerous shops, gourmet restaurants, pub scene and other amenities. For more information visit www.dingle-peninsula.ie-dingletown.html
A variety of beaches are close by including Wine Strand, Béal Bán, Murreagh, Ventry, Clogher and the spectacular Coumeenole near Slea Head with its winding access road decending from the cliff top. Inch beach, famous from the Ryan’s Daughter movie (1970) and now known for surfing and other water sport activities is a 30 min drive away.
Ceann Sibéal 18 hole links course 5 km (3 miles).
Walking and Cycling-
The area is very popular with walkers and cyclists with a wide variety of spectacular routes available from cycling the Slea Head or the more challenging Conor Pass, walking the Dingle Way or numerous mountain, hill and coastal walks.
boat tours are available locally and in Dingle to explore Dingle Bay or take a trip to the Blasket Islands or Skellig Rock.
sea and shore fishing.
Archaeological Heritage Sites –
The largest density of archaeological heritage sites in Western Europe including, Dun Beg Fort, Fahan Beehive Huts, Gallarus Castle and Oratory and Reask Monastic site. The Blasket Island Heritage Centre is located in nearby Dunquin. See https://www.dingle-peninsula.ie/home/archaeological-sites.html
No smoking inside house
No pets allowed
Further information contact the owner Moss O’Connor