a second bed, single bed has been added to this double room. it can now be used as a twin room or for 3 personsthe room also has seating area and view out to Ireland's highest mountain range
Private room
3 Guests
2 Beds
$84
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About this listing

This room has a Dbl + Single Bed + bathrm alongside, in eco-built home.
Wholesome breakfast

2 Peninsulas+Bay+Killarney Nat.Park Mts & Lakes
5kms Kenmare Bay/Town w/ Sea food + LiveTrad.Music + Airport 40mins
Minimum 2 NIGHTS

a second bed, single bed has been added to this double room. it can now be used as a twin room or for 3 persons

a second bed, single bed has been added to this double room. it can now be used as a twin room or for 3 persons


The Space
Accommodates: 3
Bathrooms: 1
Bedrooms: 1
Beds: 2
Check In: Anytime after 5PM
Check Out: 11AM
Pet Owner: Dog(s)
Room type: Private room

Amenities

Prices
Extra people: $46 / night after 2 guests
Cleaning Fee: $6
Weekly discount: 15%
Cancellation: Strict

Description

The Space

Kenmare/Kerry Eco Lodge holds 6 people max so expect a sense of exclusivity. Enjoy the deep rural peace or hit the town for music & superb gourmet dining only 10 minutes from here.

Experience and Enjoy an unspoiled and utterly peaceful rural setting in an ecologically built house next to Ireland's prettiest small heritage town.
The Lodge is exclusive to 6-7 guests max so we like to give priority to those who would get most value from what we offer. We like to welcome artistic, creative and talkative people who like to engage with the beautiful landscape, the local culture, food and music and who appreciate authentic wholesome fare.
Bright, Crisp, En Suite Rooms spaced well apart. Main bedroom with king sized bed, second bedroom with double + single and downstairs double with walk-in wet room.
Breakfast is of authentic organic foods with an optional choice of artisan local produce as extra + gluten free + vegetarian + vegan.

3 rooms, 2 of which are en suite. This one is adjacent to a large bath/shower room. It has a table work area and views of hills on 3 sides. There is an extra single bed so it can be used as a Twin or Triple room.
Min. E.50 + E.25 per each extra person


Breakfast of local artisan cheeses and breads & salmon, plus delights of fresh fruits and meusli, etc etc.. + Vegetarian + Gluten Free.


Situate in a Peaceful Wooded River Valley by Bay of Kenmare & The spectacular Killarney National Park +
Views to Ireland's Highest Mountains + hills all around.The ares is a vast outdoors of unspoiled sea, lakes and mountains.

- ask me to take you downriver to the magical swimming pool
- ask me where you can hike up and over a waterfall or the wonderful trail walk all the way to Killarney in 2hours - viewing scenery that poet Shelly friend of Byron compared to Lake Como in Italy..
You wonder why visitors go anywhere else! ....the area is a microcosm of the best of what Ireland has to offer.

Interior: New House with Character.
Crisp Clean presentation
Modern Oak floored rooms & vertical windows.
Natural furnishings
Natural Cleaning products used + wooden floors always washed.
Substantial breakfast of natural/local/health foods
(Owner has a nutirition + massage + reflexology dimplomas + works as visiting therapist in a local five star spa).


The house is an Ecological Hemp Build the only one of its kind offering accommodation in S. Ireland.


Located/3.05 miles outside Kenmare Bay & Kenmare - Irelands prettiest small heritage town (and many accolades for being the cleanest).

On the Wild Atlantic Way:-
One of Ireland’s great strengths as a tourist attraction is what it does not have — a lot of people. Ireland is one of the most underpopulated countries in Europe. There are swathes of the western seaboard which are are largely uninhabited. This area is the most unspoiled.

New-Old' style Modern with character
In wooded river valley. 3 Double Rooms.

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Low key place. Guests not business. Peaceful

Rooms - 3 Doubles. Large. Calm Modern
2 En suites + 1 main bath/shower rm.
Oak wood natural floors n' windows
Views of surrounding hills n' river.
Lots of Parking n' walking space


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10 min/3.5ml from sea & town.(lots on these below)

Rates:
B&B or long or short term stays:
B& B @ E.35 p.p. sharing/E. 40 single occupancy
OR
Per Week Room Rate from E.80 - 180 pp per Wk (subject to conditions)

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Expect
Peaceful, pleasant, relaxing place tucked away from traffic. Surrounded by the most scenic and unspoiled beauty.
Nice ambient underfloor heating 24/7 from geothermal ground source heating when needed.
Expect to find it hard to find me on first journey - so please ask me to meet you. (from town 10mins. 3.5mls a mile upriver on the beautiful sheen river, full of rapids and falls)


Town:
Kenmare - stylish, gourmet, elegant, intimate heritage town of
eclectic shops where music starts at six in the evening. Live traditional music + some dance + live bands/rock late evening.

Overview of Area:
The natural setting of this pretty town is breathtaking. A broad river spills into the long narrow bay of Kenmare. The town has a pier, mountains vistas, rivers, woodlands and a wildlife park on a long, sea inlet.
^Kenmare is a concentration of quality services and offerings in a bowel of mountains by the sea in the middle of a vast area of unspoiled, pristine landscape
^Kenmare is a place for the discerning tourist
^perfect for exploring the mountainous peninsulas of SW Kerry and most of West Cork.
Most of all: -
^Kenmare is a place to just BE


Town
Kenmare is 3mls away. Expect stylish heritage town/ eclectic shops/gourmet cuisine/lots of traditional and other music in small bars. You will need a bike/car/walk to town. Lift pick-ups can be arranged.

More on Kenmare Eco Lodge:
My place offers chill-out privacy or interaction with host/conversation/meals/etc whichever you like. I work/ed in the arts and have the usual cultural interests. I can direct you to heritage, sports, walking routes, shopping, yoga and natural health places or to the locally-made ice-cream shop.

Extras - Holistic Treatment Room - the services of a five star therapist.
Massage/Reflexology/Cranio Sacral.. (therapist to the local 5-Star hotel for the last 7 years)
Guests may book sessions. Rates E25-50.

Read more?
This is a GENERAL OVERVIEW OF THE AREA piece I have written for Kenmare Chamber/Tourism

Kenmare Bay/Inbhear Scéine (Ir.) is a 50mile long, narrow sea inlet sheltered between Iveragh peninsula with Ireland’s highest mountain range and the wild, bare uplands of Beara to the south. The bay is very accessible along its length with many harbours, inlets and creeks. It is 18km at its mouth, narrowing gradually as it bisects and separates scenic mature woodlands. There are a number of islands on the bay the most extensive being Dinish and Dunkerron islands close to Kenmare town.
Kenmare is now home to the largest raptor in Europe, the white-tailed sea eagle which has nesting sites on the bay. The bay also has a large colony of seals. It is a popular destination for sea angling, sea cruises and sail training and sea sports. The bay is significant for its micro-climate, which encourages an ecological biodiversity of lush vegetation and natural habitats. The area is outstanding for the richness of historical and archaeological which remain intact. Several hundred archaeological sites lie close to the shoreline and stone circles, standing stones and other monuments abound. In the old mythological tales written in the 12th century by Irish monks, Kenmare Bay is cited as the supposed landing of the last invasion of Ireland by Milesians and the Irish name for the bay, Inbhear Scéine, is linked to these tales.
Kenmare’s most iconic symbol is its double-arched Art Deco bridge, which spans Kenmare Bay at its narrowest point. The bridge is a focal point for the spectacular sunsets, which light up the western skies and the waters of the bay.
At the innermost corner of the bay is Kenmare, a pretty, heritage town with the intimacy and feel of a village. It offers seafood and fine dining, traditional music and quality accommodation all in a surprisingly compact triangle of historic buildings. Within a day’s drive of the town, the furthest reaches of both peninsulas can be accessed, making Kenmare town an ideal and popular all season destination.
For further details about Kenmare Bay and Kenmare Town, see the following sections: XXXXXX
© Anne Barrett, Kenmare Bay Project, 2014

Guest Access

The library room/Guest sittingroom downstairs.
Kitchen tea making.
Me for guide advice - geared to your interests.

Interaction with Guests

Space and peace are plentyful here. If you wish me to help plan your trip or just converse/hear about your experiences/or for tips on what to see and do.......I am interested in the things you have come for, nature, walks, gourmet food..... I work in a lot of community development projects heritage/tourism and (URL HIDDEN) working background is in literarture/theatre/film.

There is a guest sitting room or you may want to interact. I am interested in what people have to say on many subjects, arts, archetecture, travel, food, drama, visual art, eco .....Sport or fishing? - not great - I can put you in touch with good contacts.

The Neighborhood

List Top 5 Things To See & Do in Kenmare Area
All part of the Wild Atlantic Way
1.___Kenmare/Neidin town itself – Kenmare is always bustling with activity and a great place for eating and shopping.
A destination with award winning standards in dining and accommodation and has everything that the visitor can want including
shelter of the beautiful wooded bay and scenic views all around it with tiny coves and harbours, a bistro and glamping on the bay, pubs looking onto the bay, cafes, pubs, camping, riding, golfing, sea cruising, kayaking, bay eco seal and sea eagle watching tours.

Watch the sun go down on Kenmare Bay - Spectacular sunsets over the bay and western skies from the iconic bridge south of the town and from nearby pier.

Watch this you tube video for the spirit of here
market day in Kenmare and the best of rumba from a west cork band combined
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dine in any number of great restaurants in beautiful Kenmare town...stroll the whole town in 5 minutes...dip in and out of the pubs and music venues all over until you have found the one for you....come home to the deep peaceful valley....get up and eat the breakfast of meusli, freshly made fruit salad, smoked salmon and artisan cheeses + the substantial and arguably the healthiest breakfast you are likely to have on your trip.
Now what would you like for Day 2. Walk from here to Killarney through the national park? Swim in the pool down river? Visit the beaches out further on either peninsula?..Shop for a beautifully crafted silver or gold ring? Hang out in street cafes, eat seafood and listen to lots of music?.........

Kenmare Eco Lodge is on the edge of the Beara Peninsula, a hidden gem of a tourist destination. Read on below and you will understand why. Kenmare is also on the edge of Killarney National Park and access from Kenmare is within 3klms walk /drive to waymarked sign and you are in bare mountainous national park uplands and can walk all day, to Black Valley or to Killarney lakes and avoid the mass tourism.

2.____Walk into the Killarney National Park via
Old Kenmare Road – scenic mountain gap/ hill walking trail from north east of Kenmare town to Killarney National Park looking down on national park lakes and spur walks to Black Valley & Torc mountain and very scenic waterfall__________________________________________________


Go to Josie's Restaurant overlooking a glacial lake/Glanmore Lake for coffee, good lunch or dinner (good quality seafood and Kerry lamb, local cheeses etc.) and watch the sun turn the lake, woods and rocks pink. Good area for plenty of scenic walks and views. Knockatee Mountain area very special - between the coastal road and the mountain road from Tousist to Lauragh on Beara. Dereen Gardens and Kilmacillogue Pier at the foothills all worth a visit. On the way Glenichaquin Waterfall Amenity Park is midway between Lauragh and Kenmare with Clonee lakes, Uragh stone circle and The Lake House bar and restaurant on the route, R571.

If you are touring the Ring of Beara, you will travel along The Healy Pass and can take advantage of the breathtaking scenery from the top. You will also travel through Castletownbere which is a large fishing port, not a big tourist town by good fresh seafood served in restaurants and a very nice historic pub, McCarthy's Bar.

If you are interested in walking, the Beara Way is a must while in the area. Glanmore Lake has walks and Knockatee area, plus the whole of Caha mountains. I will tell you how to reach these and also you may ask when you get there in local restaurants, gallery and pubs for further directions


Food and drink stops on R571
approx 5klms from KenmareThe Sailors Bar, Killaha and 11klm The Lake House in Clonee and 18km O'Sullivan's Bar, Kilmackillogue, Josie's Restaurant & Cafe Lauagh off R571 by the lake.
There are also a number of galleries displaying the fine art works of local artists all around the Beara peninsula. All are compiled together in a brochure which I can give you called 'Our Day Out' compliled by the must see gallery Mill Cove who have a shop on Main Street, Kenmare and also in a beautiful setting by Castletownbere.

Bhuddish Centre for meditation and good coffee and food cafe: This lies a few kilometers to the west of Castletownbere and in a spectacular setting. The cafe gives you a good chance to snoop around. Meditation are in the afternoons ....check them out under Dzogchen Beara.

Drive back via Adrigole and Glengarriff...many things there....The blue pool harbour in the centre of the village is my favourite spot...like a Daphne duMaurier pirate cove, there is a great childrens playground, walks from the cove to the big open harbour where there are great views of the islands and bay, bamboo park walks, good coffee and cakes...boats go to Garnish Island in ten minutes, see seals on the way, other islands, gorgeous coves and then this Italian style planted island, coming back home there is Glengarriff Wildlife Park, there is a glacial lake at top of the mountains - Barley Lake, good steep walk up there. Glengarriff is only twenty minutes to Kenmare Eco Lodge, other stops on the way recommended are Lorge Choclatier, at the old post office in Bonane village, also Bonane Heritage Park. The village is but a church and the old Post Office which is a great stop as it is now a Chocolate shop - Lorge Chocolatier where Benoit Lorge serves hot chocolate and plenty of take away treats.

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KENMARE EVENTS
for every month of the year - Spring traditional music festival, boat race weekend May, Food Fair in mid summer, Lace Festival – which one the most innovative event of the national gathering fest last year…Irish mountaineering conference, Historic conference linking to Gangs of New York emigration experience..right through to the Choral Festival in novement and the month long series of events from mid dec to mid jan.

Local town walks….The heritage trail through the town which has the largest stone circle in the SW Irl. Reenagross, the town’s wildlife park of mature trees and 3klm loop walks on a marshy headland with salt marshes and tidal flats suitable for bird and bat watching.__________________________________________________
The SURROUNDING COUNTRYSIDE- KENMARE BAY is surrounded on by hill ranges and the highest mountains in Ireland. Several deep, long valleys of outstanding natural beauty are on Kenmare town’s doorstep.

Sample options for Day 1: Travel 11klms to all this: Pier & swim + Stone Circle + 3 lakes + Farm with waterfall + way marked hill hike routes. Climb over a Waterfall, picnic at the top + view the whole of Kenmare Bay + Iveragh/Ring of Kerry mountains. Lunch at nearby good food pub. Travel another 5klms to historic gardens by the (email hidden)sit quiet harbour pub for mussles and guinness...drive 5klm to glacial lake..coffee in restaurant overlooking this lake...drive up corkscrew road nearby for views ...come back for dinner when the mountains around the lake have turned pink in the sunset....or drive on through the Beara peninsula and come out at Glengarriff...enjoy a pint outside the south facing pubs and meet everyone...come home (20minutes away) stop by an award winning chocolateir's business in an old post office by the side of the road, buy presents or order a hot (email hidden)e home, change,

3.____Gleninchaquin Valley – A stone circle and ancient oak woods. 3 lakes and sea views with farm at the top with amazing parkland trees in front of scenic waterfall. Lake house restaurant and music pub and traditional dancing at the roadsite at the bottom of the valley v__________________________________________________
(URL HIDDEN) 4.___Lauragh Valley – Kilmacillogue small fishing boat harbour with pub, music and seafood, Knockatee mountain and surrounding walks and drives with view of entire area of bay and fjords. Derreen Gardens planted in the mid 1800 with rare specimen trees, the glacial lake of Glanmore, popular dining at Josies rest and café looking onto the lake and scenic rugged mountain zigzag drive, the healy pass, castlekeelty stone circle and several valley and hill walks. Further along towards Ardgroom is a stone in the shape of a woman’s face considered the Cailleach Beara elemental Goddess in poetry and in ancient mythology. ____________________________________________________

5._Bonane Valley. The Sheen river rapids and salmon spawing. The Rich antiquity - with over 300 sites alone in this valley. Stone Circles, Bullan Stones, Standing Stones, and a sensitively developed Heritage Park in the middle. Spectacular uplands for XXX miles long valley, and Priest Leap the rugged mountain ridge challenging driving and cycling route which crosses the county boundary_____________________________________________________
KENMARE BAY

Kenmare Bay/Inbhear Scéine (Ir.) is a 50mile long, narrow sea inlet sheltered between Iveragh peninsula with Ireland’s highest mountain range and the wild, bare uplands of Beara to the south. The bay is very accessible along its length with many harbours, inlets and creeks. It is 18km at its mouth, narrowing gradually as it bisects and separates scenic mature woodlands. There are a number of islands on the bay the most extensive being Dinish and Dunkerron islands close to Kenmare town.
Kenmare is now home to the largest raptor in Europe, the white-tailed sea eagle which has nesting sites on the bay. The bay also has a large colony of seals. It is a popular destination for sea angling, sea cruises and sail training and sea sports. The bay is significant for its micro-climate, which encourages an ecological biodiversity of lush vegetation and natural habitats. The area is outstanding for the richness of historical and archaeological which remain intact. Several hundred archaeological sites lie close to the shoreline and stone circles, standing stones and other monuments abound. In the old mythological tales written in the 12th century by Irish monks, Kenmare Bay is cited as the supposed landing of the last invasion of Ireland by Milesians and the Irish name for the bay, Inbhear Scéine, is linked to these tales.
Kenmare’s most iconic symbol is its double-arched Art Deco bridge, which spans Kenmare Bay at its narrowest point. The bridge is a focal point for the spectacular sunsets, which light up the western skies and the waters of the bay.
At the innermost corner of the bay is Kenmare, a pretty, heritage town with the intimacy and feel of a village. It offers seafood and fine dining, traditional music and quality accommodation all in a surprisingly compact triangle of historic buildings. Within a day’s drive of the town, the furthest reaches of both peninsulas can be accessed, making Kenmare town an ideal and popular all season destination.
For further details about Kenmare Bay and Kenmare Town, see the following sections: XXXXXX
© Anne Barrett, Kenmare Bay Project, 2014

These are some things to do with children or teenagers, in this quote from one of my previous guests, Sheridan.
"Aine had suggested lots of things for us to do in Kerry prior to the trip via email- Ray's Sea Safari is superb! She was also very helpful suggesting good places to eat in Kenmare the local town. Kenmare is a good base for Kerry - lots of vibrant pubs and eating places. Boy's favourite thing on our trip was coasteering with Mor Active in Caherciveen."
There are diving options at Killmacillogue on Beara and on the south side of Beara also in Kenmare see Star Sailing school/club for many watersport and other sport options.
Riding stables try Dromquinna as it is on the very scenic bay and just 4klms or less from town.


Location:
Kenmare/Neidin is located at the head of Kenmare Bay (where it reaches the farthest inland), sometimes called the Kenmare River, where the Roughty River (''An Ruachtach'') flows into the sea, and at the junction of the Iveragh Peninsula and the Beara Peninsula The traditional Irish name of the bay was ''Inbhear Scéine'' from the Celtic languages and recorded in the 11th Century narrative ''Lebor Gabála Érenn'' as the arrival point of the mythological Irish ancestor Partholón. It is also located near the Macgillycuddy's Reeks, Mangerton Mountain and Caha Mountains all popular hillwalking destinations. Nearby towns and villages are Killarney, Bantry, Glengarriff, Tuosist, Ardgroom, Templenoe and Sneem.

further on the Kenmare/Kenmare Bay on The Wild Atlantic Way:
Gateway to the most spectacularly unspoiled Beara and Iveragh peninsulas.The long, narrow bay of Kenmare has woodlands on either side and mountainous uplands all around. It has a rich micro-climate creating lush growth and a variety of natural habitats. Kenmare is a sheltered haven, which makes it place apart from the wild, rugged and liberating open seas.
Kenmare town is an architecturally elegant small heritage town, nestling at the inner corner of Kenmare Bay. It is the place to chill, eat and enjoy the view. Expect fine cuisine with an emphasis on local seafoods, expect live traditional music, eclectic small shops and cafes.
Kenmare has two five star hotels and quality accommodation across the range. The town square is flanked by 19th century town houses and has a Victorian style central recreation area. There is a large, wooded wildlife park on marshy inlet south of the town.
The small and serene pier below the town looks across to Kenmare’s most iconic feature, a double arched art-deco bridge, which spans the bay. Take an eco cruise from the pier or from 4klm further along the WAW route and soak up the tranquility of the bay.
Plan a long, relaxing break. Kenmare is a place where you can just BE.

more of the same if you enjoy reading.....this is a piece I wrote for local tourism:

KENMARE BAY

Kenmare Bay/Inbhear Scéine (Ir.) is a 50mile long, narrow sea inlet sheltered between Iveragh peninsula with Ireland’s highest mountain range and the wild, bare uplands of Beara to the south. The bay is very accessible along its length with many harbours, inlets and creeks. It is 18km at its mouth, narrowing gradually as it bisects and separates scenic mature woodlands. There are a number of islands on the bay the most extensive being Dinish and Dunkerron islands close to Kenmare town.
Kenmare is now home to the largest raptor in Europe, the white-tailed sea eagle which has nesting sites on the bay. The bay also has a large colony of seals. It is a popular destination for sea angling, sea cruises and sail training and sea sports. The bay is significant for its micro-climate, which encourages an ecological biodiversity of lush vegetation and natural habitats. The area is outstanding for the richness of historical and archaeological which remain intact. Several hundred archaeological sites lie close to the shoreline and stone circles, standing stones and other monuments abound. In the old mythological tales written in the 12th century by Irish monks, Kenmare Bay is cited as the supposed landing of the last invasion of Ireland by Milesians and the Irish name for the bay, Inbhear Scéine, is linked to these tales.
Kenmare’s most iconic symbol is its double-arched Art Deco bridge, which spans Kenmare Bay at its narrowest point. The bridge is a focal point for the spectacular sunsets, which light up the western skies and the waters of the bay.
At the innermost corner of the bay is Kenmare, a pretty, heritage town with the intimacy and feel of a village. It offers seafood and fine dining, traditional music and quality accommodation all in a surprisingly compact triangle of historic buildings. Within a day’s drive of the town, the furthest reaches of both peninsulas can be accessed, making Kenmare town an ideal and popular all season destination.
For further details about Kenmare Bay and Kenmare Town, see the following sections: XXXXXX
© Anne Barrett, Kenmare Bay Project, 2014

Getting Around

Need for a car or bike. Busses to Killarney and onward train and busses. But getting around in the two peninsulas you need to book a mini bus tour or have a car or enjoy hundred miles long cycles.
Getting to the house - Do travel the easy route N22 from cork or Killarney (your GPs tends to put you on N71 which is the national park road, best see that as a walk and sightseeing trip later) Do come by the easy route N22 and turnoff onto R569. My turnoff on the R569 is two miles before Kenmare. If you miss it you can reach it from town by driving south on N71 over Kenmare Bay bridge. Do please ask me to meet you on last stretch from Kenmare or from Sheen Falls Hotel or on road from south or North N71. I can pick up for expenses from airport etc. I have loads of parking space. Big yard, next house is hardly in view. Surrounded by nature....a bike would do....I am down a dirt laneway and it gives the impression of being very secluded.

Other Things to Note

If you want to forget the car when you are here there are a lot of walks on the doorstep...heritage park down the road Bonane Heritage Park......hills...roads with grass growing up the centre...more sheep than cars kind of thing....see the Waterfalls upriver and down....walk down to the five star hotel for a cocktail....climb the mountains on the waymarked routes....take many of the loop walks in the lower hills, visit Lorge chocolatier's roadside shop in an old Post Office for a hot chocolate...take a dip in the infinity pool at the other five star hotel....ride a horse...swing a golf club....stroll through the lovely looking wildlife park (woods, rhododendron bower and birdwatch) jutting into the bay which is in the town near the pier. Visit the serene pier + take an ECO CRUISE ON SEA SAFARI (marine savvy captain)...see the sea eagles and seals up close and personal...bring a rain hat!

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House Rules
Check-in is after 5PM

Bed & Breakfast for short stays - the usual, nothing out of the norm. (No more than ten to a bed, no horses in the (URL HIDDEN) sleepwalkers....!)
Longer stays can be either full or partial board.
There is a small guest sitting room/ library room for guests sole use
Coffees, teas and herbal teas - ask me where / help yourself in the kitchen

Availability of other facilities are:-
Limited use of kitchen, subject to discretion for B&B guests.

other facilities - Professional treatments - massage/reflexology/cranio sacral in treatment room in the house

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2 nights minimum stay
the room also has seating area and view out to Ireland's highest mountain range

the room also has seating area and view out to Ireland's highest mountain range

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Áine, In Kenmare Bay

Áine, In Kenmare Bay

Kenmare, Ireland · Member since January 2012

I run this ecological B&B made out of hemp* Sleeps x 6. Rooms from E70 per night.. I have travelled a good deal myself and understand the value of meeting locals who can give detailed, personal advice. I think if you like the images of my house and the offering of natural/organic etc. you will love Kenmare and environs anyway and I try to provide information to give a personalized portal into the best of its many hidden offerings.
I am a regular hiker, explorer of the area close to hand and the two peninsulas and can give you daily guidance at breakfast time on what most suited to your desires and depending on the day's weather. I have produced a book on the urban heritage of the town and appreciate Kenmare's special character as a fine example of a 17th planned estate town. I can advise on best authentic food, music, eating and shopping experiences of which Kenmare is well supplied.

If you like nature and natural surroundings, outstandingly stunning landscape, great hill trails, eco-living, conversation, sitting in the library room, exploring mountain paths and ancient monuments then going into town for fine dining experiences and live music you will find plenty to do here for several days on end.



I have travelled around most parts of Ireland so I can offer advice on your onward journey from here.




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