We met the engaging owner, Brendan, who had asked us not to arrive before 4.. 30pm so the place would be spick and span. He took us through his home's foibles - the jamming doorbell (more of a deep hum than a jam), the occasional tricks needed to get the showers going, the TV system and its missing DVD player, and other oddities - and was promptly available by mobile when we subsequently needed further clarifications. He couldn't explain the abundance of flies in the kitchen, so we got down to a good clean of surfaces, covered the open dustbin in the utility room next door and bought a fly spray. Cleanliness aside, the property is spacious and reasonably well equipped for two adults and three independent children (14, 18, 20). The basic satellite package (not the one advertised) was good and the wifi broadband was sufficient to allow us to watch films in the evening via subscription channels on our laptop, which we connected to the TV monitor. As Brendan warned (and as noted in advertising), the broadband is not high capacity. The best thing about the property is its location, at the head of the Dingle peninsula, well positioned to explore south west Kerry.