Set in mature gardens adjacent to our family home, Wild Rose Cottage is a self-contained garden apartment with panoramic mountain and sea views. It's on a quiet country road 3 minutes’ walk to the nearest beach and 25 minute’s walk to Castlegregory village, located on the Wild Atlantic Way and Kerry Way walking route. The cottage has been newly renovated and consists of a bright spacious ensuite double bedroom, kitchen/living area with wood burning stove and a private patio/garden area.
“Such a great visit. The location is nestled far enough away from the bustling towns that you get a true feel of what it’s like to be a local and yet close enough that you get to both site-see and still have everything you need near by. The hosts were so pleasant, gave us fresh eggs and milk and bread, we were able to cook ourselves nice breakfast. Dingle was such a lovely drive, the peninsula was so impressive. So many opportunities for memories and photos. The apartment is rather chilly, but there’s a heated blanket and fire place and so we made do. This location absolutely requires a car in my opinion- Even to the town of Dingle where the supermarket was is a bit of a drive. Also, a lot of the restaurants and cafes were closed despite their hours online and on the buildings saying otherwise... I’m assuming it was due to the time of year we visited. But overall, would not have changed a thing. We loved our stay and would recommend it over and over!”
Live the dream and embrace the spectacular beauty of The Wild Atlantic Way and stay at this newly refurbished cottage in the picturesque Stradbally situated on the Dingle Peninsula. A peaceful visit awaits you in the surroundings of vast greenery, mountains and the sea.
“A last minute booking and we were not disappointed one bit..... perfectly situated on the Dingle Peninsula we were warmly greeted by the hosts. Very good communication, give us perfect directions and also there were maps in the welcome file to enlighten us of what was around us. The accommodation was spacious but yet cosy, had a homely vibe. Large kitchen and 3 bedrooms all with ensuites. Open living room and dinning area... Free wifi and all the modern amenities that we needed.... Was immaculately clean. Would definitely recommend staying here to anyone wanting to visit Kerry... will hopefully be back soon.”
Once known as Ceol na Habhainn, Gaelic for 'music of the river', No.3, is a traditional stone built Eco-renovated cottage (with its own private Scandinavian cedar wood sauna), in a tranquil riverside setting in the village of Stradbally, perfectly placed to explore the beautiful and wild Dingle Peninsula.
“We stayed for a week in Garry and Suzanne's cottage. We had a wonderful time in Stradbally/Castlegregory and really enjoyed staying in the cottage. It is spotlessly clean, cosy and very comfortable. The sauna is a lovely touch especially after a swim at Stradbally beach, which is about a 10 min walk or 5 min drive from the cottage. All in all, this is a great place to stay to recharge the batteries. We would definitely come back again.”