Nestled on an elevated site this idyllic detached house lies just 1.5 miles from the heart of Waterville with its shops, pubs and first class restaurants to choose from. Newly built, spacious, comfortable and furnished to a very high standard, it has been well designed to take advantage of the views of the amazing countryside and the wonderful Lough Currane which is world famous for its salmon and trout fishing. Waterville has two golf courses, the new Hogs Head stunning course. http://www.hogsheadgolfclub.com/the other a world ranked championship golf course approximately two miles http://www.watervillegolflinks.ie/ There is a beach and walkway stretching along the front of the village. Sandy beaches, national park and historic house at Derrynane are about 15mins drive.
Sheltered patio area, garden furniture ample parking spaces, sitting room with large tv, sky plus+, dvd, welcoming open fire for those cosy nights in. Kitchen cum dining room with double oven, fridge, freezer, dish washer,microwave, washing machine, tumble drier and central hover system.
Bookings for July and August are for a minimum of 7 days...preferably Saturday to Saturday.
Hillwalking: This is a good area for walkers as there are 2 sections of the Kerry Way walking route or for the more energetic, the majestic mountains in the surrounding area.
Waterville: Waterville is situated in the heart of Ireland's most spectacular beautiful area, The Ring of Kerry.
It is famous for its world ranked golf course, its trout and salmon angling and its golden sandy beaches. Waterville lies on a narrow strip of land between the Athlantic and Lough Currane. Waterville and its surrounding area offers a number of breathtaking walks and places to see. The most scenic of these walks is the Coomakista Pass.
Waterville village has many fine restaurants, pubs, shops, craft stores, post office, garage, internet cafés and coffee shops. The village has attracted many famous celebrities over the years, Charlie Chaplin, Tiger Woods, Payne Stewart, Mark O'Meara.......to name but a few.
There are the most astounding views from this elevated site and sitting out will be a real pleasure. Quiet and in a peaceful, relaxed area, there is the added bonus of travelling and touring just a mile down the road, where you can go into Waterville for water activities, including sea fishing, sailing, swimming and safe beaches. Golfing and a lovely selection of pubs and restaurants are awaiting in the town that is famous for its links with Charlie Chaplin.
There is something for everyone: the craft market, the heritage site of the Skellig Islands and the main Ring of Kerry route leading to Killarney, and the idyllic scenery. This is a base for a holiday of memories and one where one visit will not be enough.
Water ville Golf Links is ranked in the Worlds top 20 and Ireland top 5 Links courses. Links Land is a rarity and less than one percent of courses in both Ireland and the British Isles are championship Links. Water ville is one of these blessed places hence it regularly attracts the Worlds top golfers who test their mettle here. Golf at Water ville is a mystical experience - the beauty of classic links land, surrounded by the sea, yet forever changed and by the elements. At over 100 years old it is ranked as one of the top 5 courses in Ireland and the top 20 Links courses in the World. Links Golf combines sand dunes gorse and native grasses, firm fairways, sod faced bunkers and subtle putting surfaces all intertwined by the ever changing weather. Forget the lob wedge. Think bump and run creative shot making. Are you ready to are walk in the footsteps of the earliest golfers. http://www.watervillegolfclub.ie/
Hogs Head Golf Course
Overlooking the magistic Ballinskelligs Bay and set among natural megalithic stonework and indigenous Bog Deal, there can be few places more visually stunning locations for a golf course than Hogs Head.
Here the awesome beauty of the Bay hits you as you play through holes framed by over 8000 yards of ancient 'famine' walls.'Skellig Bay is full of challenging golf holes', says the the Sunday Independent Golf correspondent Dermot