Railway Cottage is situated on the Wild Atlantic Way and the world famous Ring of Kerry. Guests will enjoy breathtaking views of Coolroe Mountain, the River Behy Valley and Curra Mountain.
Built in 1890, this charming cottage was extended in the 1970s and underwent further renovation in 2015. The period property has many original features such as the 60 cm thick stone wall in the entrance area, the staircase, the doors and the wooden floor on the first floor.
The country-style kitchen provides all the modern features a visitor could wish for: AGA cooker, dishwasher, fridge, freezer, microwave, toaster, kettle, coffee machine. The living room has a 4K smart TV and a XboxOneS with a selection of DVDs and games. A small studio upstairs offers a lap-top table. Free Wi-Fi with high speed internet is available throughout the cottage. On the first floor, the luxurious bathroom with marble tiles has an easy access shower. Guests also have use of a washing machine with a tumble dryer. Although the property has gas central heating, wood-burning stoves are to be found in the kitchen and living room.
Kerry Airport in Farranfore is 40 minutes drive away. You can reach popular towns like Killorglin in 12 minutes, Killarney in 25 and Dingle in 50 minutes. Glenbeigh and Killorglin have a variety of quaint pubs and well-stocked supermarkets and a great choice of restaurants.
Glenbeigh, on the Wild Atlantic Way, can be reached in 2 minutes by car. Within a radius of 30 miles, you can experience a variety of the famous sights of the Ring of Kerry. Driving the Ring of Skellig from Portmagee is highly recommended. Also, the award-winning subtropical gardens of Kells Bay, with their astonishing display of fern trees, is a ten-minute drive by car.
For hiking enthusiasts, the Kerry Way leads right alongside the property. The nearby Behy River offers ideal opportunities for anglers and fly fishermen (a range of rubber boots is available for you). The Blue Flag Rossbeigh Beach can be reached in 3 minutes by car and promises you a pristine sandy beach with dunes for long walks, as well as sporting activities such as horseriding, kayaking, surfing or stand-up paddling. A hidden gem is Dooks Golf Club close to the neighbouring Cromane Beach.