This spacious house in Feohanagh Cove is set in a stunning location west of Dingle. The idylic beach and the pub An Cuinne are just a few minutes walk from the house, what more could you need for a perfect holiday? The house itself is surrounded by beach reeds and has unique interior features with beautiful stonework in the large kitchen diner that leads into a sun room, all overlooking the cliffs and sea.
There is a large upstairs lounge with spectacular views and four sizable bedrooms sleeping 11 people. Feohanagh Sands is walking distance to several great restaurants, Ballydavid Pier is close by and it's only a 10 minute drive to Dingle town. The house is surrounded by stunning walks, our favourite is up to the 16th Century lookout tower along the cliffs to Brandon eathtaking! Free WIFI.
The Gaeltacht region of Ballydavid (Baile na nGall) is a majestic area that comprises of the three adjoining villages Ballydavid Pier, Feohanagh and Murreagh. There, Mount Brandon overlooks the north shores of Smerwick Harbour with its stunning cliffs, dramatic seas and tranquil untouched beaches.
There is something for everyone with archeological sights, incredible walks, great swimming & snorkelling at the Pier, windsurfing, surfing, fishing, excellent fish restaurants and lively pubs. The quiet fishing village of Ballydavid with its memorable Pier is a well loved spot with a great atmosphere on summer days.
Murreagh village has a shop, a community hall, a national school. The Dingle Way meanders through Feohanagh’s wonderful cliff and beach walks. There are stunning trails around the cliffs and coves of Brandon Creek and up Mount Brandon. The area is great for cycling as it is quite flat, you can rent bikes at Gormans Restaurant between Murreagh and Feohanagh.
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Additional Fees:ADDITIONAL MANAGEMENT FEE : flat rate of €356 regardless of length of stay
Room Type: Private
Caragh is located in idyllic countryside surrounded by stunning mountains, established gardens and just a few minutes walk from the warm, gentle waters of Tralee Bay. The cottage has a lovely south facing sunroom adjoining a classic dining area with wood panelling and french doors leading to a cosy kitchen that opens onto the front lawn. It's the perfect cottage for a family or large group with two twin rooms and two double rooms all with lovely views. Caragh is within walking distance to the local shop, the Seven Hogs restaurant & bar and Aughasla beach. A short five minute drive to the lively surfing mecca of Castlgregory with it's many ameneties and minutes from the unforgettable woodland and lakes of Glentanassig.
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When you book you will receive our confirmation email with full travel directions of how to get to us.
We don't provide airport transfers but you can book one easily here: Airport Transfers
- - Nearest Airport: Kerry
- - Distance from Airport in kms: 60
- - Time from Airport in a car: 1 hr
- - There is no train from the airport
- - There is no bus from the airport
In the booking steps you can add surf lessons from any of our certified surf school partners below.
- The surf school will either pick you up at your accommodation or meet you at the nearest beach as detail in their profile below.
- The surf school will always contact you the day before to arrange the exact time of your lesson and meet up details.
- Due to changing tides & conditions exact surf lesson times are not decided until the day before.
- The full contact details of our surf school partners are included in your confirmation voucher
- All our surf school partners are certified with their countries National Surfing Association
Looking for Surf Schools in Kerry & Dingle Peninsula
Surf conditions in Kerry & Dingle Peninsula:
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Situated on the south west corner of Ireland Kerry gets a lot of swell throughout the year. During the summer this calms down slightly but can still offer some waves in glassy green water, some of the cleanest in Europe.
To surf in Kerry is an experience, from the mountains surrounding you on the Dingle Peninsula to the soft sandy cliffs of Northern Kerry. A land that offer some of the most beautiful landscapes to surf in the world.
On the North side of the Dingle peninsula this 11 km run of beach curls around and offers many options depending on the wind direction. Mostly beach breaks, some notably spots here are Dumps, and the reefs Garywilliam Point and Mossies. Most spots work on all tides and pick up plenty of swell all year round.
On the south side of the Dingle Peninsula Inch is a 6km long beach. This beach picks up lots of swell and is great for all levels. The beach offers nice long waves great for beginners and longboarding.
Inch reef is known as the longest running wave in Ireland and when all the conditions are right can run for up to 400 metres. When the conditions are right watch out for crowds as this wave is somewhat mythical in the area and in Ireland.
Out on the far west end of Dingle peninsula this beach break needs all the conditions to work. It can be tricky as it gets bigger and rips become a factor. When it does work it can be a magical wave to surf and feel like the edge of the world.
Reanough and Ballydavid are two very different waves within Smerwick Harb to the North of Dingle Peninsula. Ballydavid is known as Kerry’s big wave and with the right conditions can be a real monster only for the professional and experienced surfer. Reanough is a beach break that works on a North swell and with South West wind. There is a reef at the East end that is rideable on high tide.
This small town to the North of Kerry near the estuary of the Shannon river offers three great waves. A right that comes off a cliff and although can be hard to get up on rewards you when you do. The beach is great for beginners and works on all tides. The left that is on the South of the beach with a rock bottom. It is hollow at low tide and slightly mushy at high tide.
A long beach that looks at the Dingle peninsula Rossbeigh is a fun beach break great for beginners. At the north end of the beach there is a left hand point break but requires a long walk out to it.
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