Up the hill with views over Dingle BayLiving under glass
Private room
4 Guests
1 Bedroom
2 Beds
Per Night
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About this listing

THE GLASSHOUSE is set in a hidden quiet location,
nestled on the slope of a hill, with its magnificent garden,surrounded by green fields and flowering Fuchsia hedges. The expense of sky, the view of the ocean, the panorama of mountains, the long st

The space
Accommodates: 4
Bathrooms: 1
Bedrooms: 1
Beds: 2
Pet Owner: Cat(s)
Room type: Private room


Extra people: $38 / night after the first guest
Cancellation: Flexible


The space

THE GLASSHOUSE is set in a hidden, quiet location, nestled on the slope of a hill, with its magnificent garden, surrounded by green fields and flowering Fuchsia hedges. The expanse of sky, the view of the ocean, the panorama of mountains, the long stretching beach with sand dunes nearby – where else would you find all this in one place !

The house itself has a bright,airy central room under glass - a place for reading,relaxing,enjoying a meal, a coffee, or simply looking to the moving clouds over the bay, watching the birds on the water.
Chilling out in the garden, the only noises are the humming of bees.
The cosy guestroom- waking up in the morning, admiring the spectacular sunrise in clear weather, gazing at the stars or at the glittering sea in full moon before going to bed.

Guest access

There are 2 guestrooms in the house sleeping up to four people..There is a private guest bathroom, towels are provided, a hairdryer is also available.Guests also have the use of a washing machine and dryer.
The magnificent garden offers places to explore and to relax.
The price of 40 Euro per night is for one person, for the second person it is 35 Euro including a substancial continental breakfast. Picnic baskets and meals are possible at an additional charge by prior arrangement.

Interaction with guests

A warm welcome awaits you, offering stunning views, a chat with a glass of wine in the evening and lots of information about the area in a relaxed family home. We will be only too happy to make your holiday on the beautiful Dingle peninsula an enjoyable experience.

The neighborhood

THE GLASSHOUSE is located just 1 km from the Dingle Way between the blue flag Inch Beach and the historic village of Annascaul. Inch Beach- a 5 minute drive from THE GLASSHOUSE -with its beautiful stretch of dunes 5 km into the sea offers a variety of activities, from watersports to walks. There is a surf school and a restaurant , serving delicious local produce right on the beach. The lovely local pub - Foley's Bar - is just a short walk down the road.
The pittoresque town of Dingle with its unique pubs and award winning restaurants is a 20 minute drive away. The nearby village of Annascaul is 4 km inland and offers several nice pubs, 2 shops, a post office and a pottery. The surrounding of Annascaul Lake with its magnific mountain scenery is perfect for walking tours.The busy tourist town of Killarney is a 45 minute drive away.For walks, cycling tours or boat trips on the lakes the National Park is a must see.
The location of THE GLASSHOUSE is an ideal base from which to explore one of the most amazing places in the West of Ireland.

Getting around

Cork and Shannon Airport are a 2 hour drive away and just 40 minutes to Kerry Airport.

2 nights minimum stay

Your Host



Annascaul, Ireland · Joined in January 2014

This year my husband Peter and I made the decision to starbusiness in our family home THE GLASSHOUSE.
We have been visiting the Dingle peninsula on holiday for more than 30 years and our love for this beautiful part of the country has led us to now make it our home full time.
Our unique home was built 20 years ago and was designed by myself to accomodate family and friends who shared our love for the house and the area. We hope you will come as a stranger and leave as a friend.

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