It’s hard to avert your eyes from Derryclare’s magnetic views over sand, sea and misty skyline. Look out from the bright sociable open-plan kitchen and living area where you can all cook and eat together; this 1950s cliffside cottage is bathed with light. A 2018 revamp adds beach blues and tiled floors for muddy feet, sandy shoes and wetsuits. It’s a sturdy, sociable house for summer fun around the farmhouse table or the pub bench in the sea-facing garden.
Find maps for day trip ideas or trek the marked Kerry Way from the doorstep. Join in with seaweed workshops, water sports or trips to the Skelligs.
On foot or by car, County Kerry’s dramatic Iveragh Peninsula is fun to explore. Stroll 15 minutes to Derrynane House and National Park and spectacular beaches.