Toms Cottage, Farm Cottage Kenmare

Toms Cottage is a Farm Cottage located near Kenmare, County Kerry. This 4-star semi-detached cottage was originally part of the 18th century dwelling house and it offers traditional style cottage accommodation with all the benefits of modern conveniences. The cottage faces onto the courtyard and is located in a lovely setting, enjoying wonderful views over the rolling countryside and yet only a few minutes from Kenmare. Toms cottage is one of two semi-detached cottages that look out into the courtyard. This was part of the original 18th century dwelling house. Downstairs, is fairly open-plan and features fitted kitchen/diner and spacious sitting room with open fire and sumptous leather furniture. There is one bedroom downstairs and two more upstairs, all of which are en-suite. Bathrooms feature jacuzzi bath and deluxe power showers. There is a private garden/patio area with seating. ***** We are very proud to have won the Emerald Award for ...

...the most favourite self catering rental 2009. ****

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County Kerry is a striking panorama of deep blue lakes, wild mountainous landscapes, rugged coastline and sub-tropical flora.

It is often referred to as the Kingdom, as it is believed to be the closest thing to heaven on earth. It will be an endless source of pleasant surprises and entertainment for you and your family, surely providing glimpses of Paradise.

There are plenty of things to see and do in the area. The bustling town of Kenmare is a short drive from Doire Farm Cottages.

Kenmare is a haven of tranquillity, gourmet food, superb accommodation and breathtaking scenery in one of the most natural, unspoilt environments in Europe. Cradled in the heart of Kenmare Bay, the picturesque town of Kenmare is the perfect location from which to discover the South West of Ireland, linking the internationally famous Ring of Kerry with the rugged Ring of Beara.

Founded in 1670, though many generations have passed since then, the unique charm and inherent beauty of the town remains unchanged. The Tourist Board, Bórd Fáilte, officially recognised the historical, cultural and environmental significance of Kenmare by bestowing upon it the title of Kerry's first Heritage Town.

The Ring of Kerry, known all over the world, follows the coastline of the Iveragh peninsula. It is one of the most dramatic scenic drives in the country and makes a most exciting day tour. Along the 175km route are picturesque villages, an abundance of historical landmarks, sandy coves and beaches.

To the north of Kenmare is the Killarney National Park, 10,000 hectares of woodland and magical mountains, with spectacular views of the lakes of Killarney.

The unspoiled Ring of Beara lies to the south of Kenmare. Its rugged beauty is beyond compare, traffic is minimal and it abounds with archeological sites and spectacular views.

Whether it is walking on the mountains, cruising on the bay, horse riding, golfing, fishing, touring or soaking up the best of music you will not be disappointed in Kenmare.

Guests staying at Doire Farm Cottags can enjoy the farm atmosphere and views over the rolling countryside. Two pieces of ancient Irish bog oak can be found in the garden – one of which has been christened the "friendly crocodile". There is a private patio area at the back of the cottage, accessed from the house through French doors, which has sturdy wooden garden furniture.

There is also a children's play area and basketball area.

Rental PricesPrices based on a 7 night rental
July / August
New Year

Note: Electricity and oil €7 per day June -Sept,
€9 per day Sept-June

Prices may be subject to change.

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