Situated just off the Ring of Kerry on the Iveragh Peninsula, Seabreak, a detached self catering property adjoins Dooks Golf Club and beach. To the North there are views across the bay to Inch Strand and to the rear of the property lies Dooks Golf Club established 1898. The property is appointed to a high standard with an open fire place and marble and oak floors throughout.
Seabreak is an ideal location for golfers or families touring County Kerry and West Cork because of its location just off the Ring of Kerry – a famous scenic drive around the Iveragh Peninsula which takes in the picturesque towns of Glenbeigh, Cahersiveen, Waterville, Sneem, Kenmare, Killarney and.
This special location is within minutes walk of Dooks Beach, a couple of miles from the beautiful Caragh Lake which is renowned for its salmon & trout fishing, nature walks & water sports & close to the Kerry Way, a route marked for walkers around & through the McGillicuddy Reeks.
The golden, sandy Rossbeigh beach lies just 4 miles from Dooks. This is a stunning beach, 7km long, it is a haven for swimming. windsurfing, sailing, horse-trekking, sailing, sea fishing, shore fishing and many other water sports and activities.
Killarney is 15km away & boasts many attractions. Its lakes, national parkland town hosts visitors year round. Killorglin (also a sizeable town) is 6km away located on the banks of the River Laune. It is the home of Puck Fair Festival in August & has numerous shops & restaurants.
Seabreak Dooks Strand:
This attractive 4 bedroomed cottage style property enjoys a prestigious position adjoining Dooks Golf Course with access to Dooks Beach it is set in a sunny west facing garden.
Seabreak boasts a spacious bright interior of approximately 156 sqm accommodation and is set in a west facing garden, The accommodation caters for 8 people and comprises an entrance hall fully equipped kitchen/dining, utility, sitting room, en suite master bedroom, 3 further twin bedrooms family bathroom and cloakroom. The property is appointed to a high standard with an open fire place and marble and oak floors throughout.
• Kitchen/dining: Electric fan oven with grill, gas hob with extractor fan, microwave, dishwasher, intergrated fridge, large refectory table with 8 chairs
• Utility: Freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, central heating boiler & separate sink unit.
• Sitting Room: French doors & windows on 3 sides with sea & mountain views, large stone open fireplace, TV
• Family Bathroom: with shower cubicle, WC & bath
• Cloakroom: wash hand basin & WC
• Master Bedroom: King sized bed with ensuite shower & WC, rear aspect
• Bedroom 2: Twin beds
• Bedroom 3: Twin beds
• Bedroom 4: Twin beds
• Open fireplace
• Oil fired central heating
• Linen/towels provided
• Side entrance
• Wheelchair access
• Private parking
• Oil & electricity used is charged per usage by meter reading, this is payable locally.
• A security deposit of €200 is required at key collection, refundable on departure.
• Sorry no pets accepted at this property due to the proximity of local livestock.
• The owners respectfully request that guests do not smoke in Dooks Strand Holiday Home.
Ring of Kerry
Golf. Dooks Golf Course (18 Holes) with spectacular views over Dingle Bay is the ideal base for a golfing holiday as the courses Waterville, Kenmare, Ring of Kerry, and Killarney, Tralee and Ballybunion are all within driving distance.
Horse Riding. There are a number of Equestrian Centres around Killorglin offering pony trekking along the strand or indeed up more hilly terrain.
Walking. Killorglin and its surrounding areas offers a wide variety of walking routes from quiet country walks to coastal walks to The Kerry Way and the ascent of Ireland’s highest mountain – Carrantuohill.
Angling. Killorglin is situated on the river Laune which boasts a run of Salmon and the river also drains the largest of the Killarney Lakes which is known for its brown trout.
Cycling. Killorglin is an ideal place for cycling and bikes are available for hire on a daily or weekly basis.
Glencar. Perched high above Caragh Lake lies the naturally beautiful district of Glencar which is a popular section of the Kerry Way Walking Route
Caragh Lake. Caragh Lake lies just on the outskirts of Killorglin town. This freshwater lake with its backdrop of the MacGillycuddy Reeks mountain range and the lower Caragh River is renowned for salmon and trout fishing and for various watersports.
Killarney National Park consists of 25,000 acres of lakes, rivers, mountains and is open all year...Read more
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