⚠️⚠️ IMPORTANT NOTICE ⚠️⚠️

COVID-19 Update June 5th, 2020

Following the announcement by Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and the plan to ease restrictions we are delighted to confirm we are now in a position to reopen our holiday homes from Monday, June 29th.

New Booking Conditions & Essential Cleaning Protocols

At many of our large holiday home sites we have restricted the booking period to 6-nights, 13-nights, 20-nights and 27-nights from June 29th to August 28th, 2020.
For this period guests must arrive on a Saturday and depart on a Friday, this is to facilitate essential cleaning at our large sites across Ireland. We have implemented new cleaning protocols which have been designed to protect our cleaning staff and our guests checking in & out of our holiday homes.

New Arrival Time of 5.30 PM

We have also implemented a new arrival time of 5.30 PM instead of the normal 4.00 PM. We have applied this new change so we can carry out new cleaning procedures between bookings.
Please remember to call your On-site Manager 48 hours before your arrival date to finalise key collection arrangements.
We would like to thank you for your continued support and for supporting an Irish owned and managed company.

We look forward to welcoming you to one of our holiday homes in the near future.

Self Catering Holiday Homes & Cottages in Kerry


Kerry is located in the south west of Ireland, known primarily for its spectacular breath-taking scenery. The county offers a stunning coastline with the Iveragh, Beara and Dingle peninsulas jutting far into the Atlantic Ocean, all part of the Wild Atlantic Way, dotted with the highest mountain ranges in Ireland.

The beaches are long, sandy, have crystal blue waters, big sand dunes, are perfect for surfing when the wind is up, picnics, walks, horse-riding and bracing beach walks which can be enjoyed at any time of the year.

Make your holiday extra special by choosing the right holiday accommodation in one of our lovely holiday cottages in Kerry, many right on the coast in pretty villages and towns such as Waterville, Dingle, Ballybunion and Ballinskelligs.

There are a number of outlying islands along the Kerry coast, accessible by ferry.

The Skelligs have been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site and boast magnificently preserved Early Christian ruins, not to mention a rich birdlife.

The Blasket islands were inhabited by an Irish speaking population of islanders until 1953. Inland, the towns of Killarney, Killorglin, Listowel and Tralee are vibrant market towns, with great shopping and entertainment and horse racing, making county Kerry a great all year round holiday destination.

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Killarney National Park

Dingle Peninsula

North Kerry

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