Chris and Lesley are charming hosts and very helpful. We stayed here for a fortnight while visiting the ring of Kerry, the Dingle peninsula, and various other sights. Chris built this traditional exterior cottage himself, a fine achievement. The interior is modern and designed for people with disability as there are wide doors and a wet room. Sadly the planning authority insisted he installed fire doors on vicious hinges rather than the sliding doors he wanted. the result makes it difficult for a wheelchair user but he kindly removed the springs to make life easier. Equipment levels are OK but there might be more place mats and crockery.
The cottage is rural, approached up a farm track with two gates to pass through. A low slung vehicle would be a problem.
One attraction for children is the two donkeys and horses and Lesley is very happy to bring the to children to pet or even ride.
Interestingly Chris, an expert builder is constricting a beehive traditional one room stone cottage for singles nearby. It is modelled on ancient buildings seen on the dramatic Skellig Michael off Valentia Island in Kerry the site of an early Christian monastery. Would be hermits will soon be able to book in!