These stone cottages are a family holiday home and have hosted a music festival and various courses. The position, looking over the tidal back-strand and Dingle Bay to the long Dingle Peninsula, is perfect; the sand beach is just down the road.
The Double Lodge:
The cottages have been used by the same family for over 50years as a holiday home and as a result the place has a very unique and special feel.
Visitors should note, that this is not a modern house, while it has the charm of an old Victorian dwelling, there is no central heating. Westerly Atlantic conditions mean that you do need the open fires often even in Summer months. There are also storage heaters downstairs.
Guests can book the Double Lodge - 2 cottages joined together (sleeps 10) or the West Lodge (end cottage sleeps 5) - or both together.
Interaction with guests
Any problems please contact Philippa Robinson (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) or Josephine Teahan (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)
Other things to note
If you're looking for a pristine house this is not the place for you, but what the cottages lack in mod-cons they more than make up for in rustic charm. The house has storage heaters and stoves/open fires on the ground floor. Both kitchens are well equipped, and have new fridges (and one a new cooker). The Lodges are divided into two dwellings or may be occupied as one. The whole property has just been restored using reclaimed slates and non-toxic paints and oils.
The bedrooms don't have any heating and can be chilly - so bring bed socks! One of the bedrooms has been slightly damp - this one is equipped with a plug in radiator. We are keeping an eye on it this summer before embarking on any structural work- so feedback on this would be much appreciated.
Please bring your own bed linen and towels.
NO SMOKING anywhere in the building.
Please use the house as if it was your own and leave it as you would wish to find it.