Private beach access from Beachside Ballinskelligs
|Minimum Stay||1 night|
|Living space||2000 square feet|
Suitable for childrenYes
Suitable for the elderlyYes
Description from the owner
An iydllic setting in a private courtyard, with large front garden leading down to a golden, sandy beach, this five star, 4 bed detached house offers uninterrupted views over Ballinskelligs Bay, islands and surrounding mountains.
Perfect for summer holidays, with private access direct to Blue Flag beach, and large gardens suitable for children. Eating al fresco is a must! Water sports, fishing and boat trips nearby.
Ideal for autumn or winter breaks. This newly refurbished house with log fire and beamed ceilings, is set in a peaceful location ideal for beach and country walks!
Private beach access from Beachside Ballinskelligs
Ballinskelligs, County Kerry, Ireland
Additional Location Information
This fantastic property is situated close to the village of Ballinskelligs, just off the famed Ring of Kerry. Situated on an exclusive development of nine houses, this is a wonderful property with tasteful furnishings including a plasma screen T.V . Spectacular sea views can be enjoyed from the patio, lounge / front-room, and master bedroom. There is access from the front garden direct to the Blue flag sandy beach which is sheltered and safe for children. Ballinskelligs itself is a small fishing village whilst nearby Waterville offers golfing and fishing excursions.
There is a second, identical holiday home owned by another family member, within 100 mts. The combination together is ideal for larger two-house family gatherings, club outings etc. as together up to 20 persons can be accomodated adjacently.
Rates - from €400 to €1000
Rates shown in $ USD (Rental listed originally in EUR) (change)
|Rate Summary||$129||$129||$592 - $1,287||$1,544||1 night|
|Jan. 7 2012 - Mar. 31 2012
|Mar. 31 2012 - Apr. 14 2012
|Apr. 14 2012 - Jun. 30 2012
|Jun. 30 2012 - Sep. 1 2012
|Sep. 1 2012 - Oct. 27 2012
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|Dec. 24 2012 - Jan. 2 2013||-||-||$772||-||1 night|
|Jan. 5 2013 - Mar. 30 2013||-||-||$618||-||1 night|
|All Other Dates||$129||$129||$643||$1,544||1 night|
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- Cleaning fee - $90 / stay - Other
- Damage deposit - $257 / stay - Security Deposit
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What Past Guests Are Saying
Relaxing weekend in the beautiful scenery of Kerry
Our long weekend in Ballinskelligs was fantastic. The house has all the comforts one wishes to have and we soon felt at home there. The view is amazing and we often spent a lot of time at the beach. It's great for walks, to go swimming and for children to play there. With our car we went on little trips and I really can recommend the small chocolate factory at St. Finian's Bay. The pub Cable O'Leary's is also worth a visit. The whole weekend was very relaxing and I'm looking forward to go there again!
it was the second time we spent holidays in this house. All is perfect!
I think we'll come as often as possible.
Irland and Kerry are wonderful and this house too!
Beautiful location, stunning beach, lovely house
My husband and I stayed in the Beachside House in Ballinskelligs last October. This house is located five minutes from a fantastic private beach, that boasts clean clear safe waters, and miles of golden sand! The house itself is bright big and airy, boasting fantastic views of the beach, especially from the Master Bedroom. At night, you can fall asleep to the lullaby of the sea! The Master Bedroom has an ensuite and a connecting door through to a second bedroom. The main feature of this house is the Main living area connecting to the Kitchen. The views from downstairs are just incredible. The house itself stocked all we required, and is maintained to the highest standards. I just love the high beamed ceilings! The local amenities are fab too. There are so many fantastic day trips to take, including a chocolate factory, along the Skellig drive. There is a unique candle shop, and some fabulous restaurants, both in Cahirciveen the local town, or across the windy mountain toward Valentia! Each morning my husband and I walked the endless strand, and reached the lovely coffee shop, where we indulged in scones with cream and Jam. We brought our bikes with us, and there are some fabulous windy kerry boreens to explore all around the area, including a cyle to "rosies", a lovely pub just up the road, or even a trip to the artists gallery! Most evenings we would stroll the beach once again and end up (suprisingly), at the pub at the end of the beach called Cable O Learys. Cables serves some lovely food, and we often ate there. It really is a magical place, an escape from the "rat race", where time stands still both for tourists and the locals. In my view the beach and the house are the main attractions, and the only non attraction, was how fast our holiday came to an end.
Fabulous Birthday Weekend in Ballinskelligs
We stayed in this house whilst I visited Ballinskelligs for my 30th Birthday. Our experience was wonderful! Not only was the weather lovely but we had all the comforts of a home. All of our needs were met and much more.
We were impressed by how close we were to the beach, the view was spectacular just from the house. The views from this house are beautiful in any weather.
We were within walking distance of the local pub Cable O' Learys where there was plenty craic and ceol all the weekend. The locals are friendly and helpful.
We thoroughly enjoyed the visit and we look forward to a return trip