Aras Ui Dhuill
This charming wing of the owner's home is situated on the rural outskirts of Abbeydorney, just six miles from the town of Tralee. With countryside views, this property offers open-plan living accommodation and one double bedroom, making it a wonderful romantic getaway. There is also shared access to the owner's large garden â€“ an excellent spot for relaxing in the sun â€“ and the local shops and pubs of the village are within easy walking distance. The town of Tralee is also close by and provides everything a visitor could need for a relaxing yet entertaining stay.
Changeover day is Sat
Aras Ui Dhuill is offered by Sykes Cottages one of the UK's largest holiday cottage providers. For more information visit Aras Ui Dhuill on the Sykes Cottages website
Sleeps 2 in 1 bedroom ( 1 double bed,)
1 bathroom, parking space, non smoking, pets allowed, linen provided, cooker, fridge, kettle, wifi, tv,
Oil central heating with electric fire. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, TV, radio/CD, WiFi. Oil €20 per week payable to owner, electricity charged by meter reading. Bed linen inc. in rent. Off road parking for 2 cars. Shared (with owner) lawned garden with garden furniture and BBQ. One well-behaved dog welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop and pub 2 miles. Note: Property is not suitable for infants as no room for cot.
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Saturday 01 to 07 Price: £226.00 Click for availability and to book
Saturday 08 to 14 Price: £226.00 Click for availability and to book
Saturday 15 to 21 Price: £226.00 Click for availability and to book
Saturday 22 to 28 Price: £247.00 Click for availability and to book
Our accommodation was just what we needed with friendly hosts who made sure all our needs were met. Lovely tours, walks, food, music wherever we went and always glad to get back to base. Went to Kerry to visit Dingle for first time and 'do' the Ring of Kerry but although these were spectacular, we enjoyed getting to know North Kerry especially the Banna strand, Ballyhaigue, Ballybunion areas, not to speak of the Kerry Head drive - all along the Wild Atlantic Way.
Mr Morris, Donegal