A small river flows into Dingle harbour, where in ancient times stone-age fishermen set out in their curraghs (skin boats) to fish Dingle Bay.
Here, our beautiful new bungalow, named Bun an tSrutháin (Irish for 'at the end of the river'), is exquisitely located, facing south, commanding changing and superb views of the sea, mountains, farms, boats, and coastline. The garden which laps the seashore has its own private slipway, dock and mooring. 'Bun an tSrutháin' offers a haven of peace and tranquility, with clean Atlantic sea and air all within one mile (1.6 km) from Dingle town on the Slea Head drive.
Built to the highest standards of comfort, furnished with an attractive blend of modern and antique. The reception rooms have antique fireplaces and timber and slate floors. Both the main reception and the family room offer direct access to a verandah, providing outdoor refuge for the less adventurous who might prefer to relax, watch the sea birds and ducks, and perhaps glimpse an otter family at play. From the kitchen your view extends though the sun room out to Dingle harbour, patio doors provide direct access to the BBQ area on the verandah.
For the active, there is much to do should the spirit take you, for, at your doorstep, shaped by the surge of the Atlantic Ocean, lies the Dingle Peninsula, the most westerly point in Europe. A 'rich and rare land' where majestic mountains rise from clear blue sea to sky, where golden sandy beaches nestle between rugged headlands, and where the farms and farmlands paint their canvas in an ever-changing light. Tune your ear to the Irish language and feel the culture of local craftspeople like potters, woodworkers, painters, and poets.