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Sleeps 8 people
bathrooms 4 (3 ensuit)
parking 2
Cot/high chair    yes
washer/dryer yes
Dishwasher yes
TV/DVD yes
beach 500yds
Shop 350yds
Restaurants 2.5ml
Pubs 0.8ml

The cottage has 3 double bedrooms, all with ensuit. 2 single bedrooms and a separate bathroom.

Downstairs, there is a large newly constructed kitchen diner with all 'mod cons', a utility room with washing facility's, a toilet and an open plan living room with TV/DVD and wood burning stove.

Outside there is space for two cars. There is small garden in front and BBQ area to the rear.

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Located 6 miles west of Dingle, just off the Slea Head Drive, 'An Teach Dearg' is a lovingly renovated stone built cottage, dated 1922. The cottage looks out over Smerwick Harbour and the fishing hamlet of BallyDavid,Taking in views of the Sleeping Giant, Three Sisters and Mount Eagle. Murrioch beach is 5 minutes walk away and Ballydavid harbour with coves and pubs, is within 20. Local shops and 2 fish restaurants are easily accessible.

The Historical remains of early Christian Churches; Gallarus Oretory, and Kilmalkedar Church are within comfortable walking distance.

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Activities Attractions
swimming blasket islands
surfing stunning views
walking slea head
climbing fine dining
diving aquarium
golf folk pubs
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"Rural Tranquility"
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Dingle its self has plenty to offer, in the way of great food, folk pubs, arts,crafts, pottery and shops of all description. There is also a resident Dolphin called "fungi", an Aquarium, rock climbing and regattas and many other seasonal events. to find out more about Dingle click here.

Slea Head Drive is around 30 km in length and skirts the rugged extents of the dingle peninsular, offering up spectacular panoramic views of the cliffs islands and mountains of west Kerry. Slea Head provided the stunning backdrop for the Oscar winning film Ryans daughter (1970) . Along the way are scenic beaches, rock Formations and historical sites. You can visit the behive huts, take a boat to the Blasket Islands, walk along the cliffs and visit the many cafes and potterys en route. The drive ends back in dingle, passing O'Seas Pub and ventry strand.