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7 Cnoc View, Ballybunion, Co. Kerry

7 Cnoc View, Ballybunion, Co. Kerry
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From €550 weekly

3 bedrooms (2 double, 1 twin : sleeps 8), 3 bathrooms, holiday home
Contact: Christine
Phone: 086 8167910
(Anytime)

Key Features

  • Parking
  • Central Heating
  • Cable Television
  • Washing Machine
  • Dishwasher
  • Microwave
  • Garden / Patio / Balcony

Property Description

Available: Immediately

Availability 2020 Week beginning.September 12th and October.

Cnoc View is a new small development of 7 houses ideally located three minutes walk from the town centre, beach, swimming pool and playground making it the ideal choice for a family holiday. This three-bed roomed house has sleeping accommodation for eight people. The master bedroom is en-suite, bedroom 2 having a double bed and also two single beds and bedroom 3 twin beds. The house is furnished to the highest standard with oak flooring in the bedrooms and the rest of the house is tiled throughout. The kitchen units are of a modern cream high gloss finish with all modern appliances. The living area is comfortably furnished with leather couches. First letting summer 2007.

Ballybunion (Irish: Baile an Bhuinneánaigh) is a coastal village in County Kerry, Ireland, 8 km (5 miles) from the town of Listowel. There is a castle ruins, near the town although all that remains is a single wall, are two golf courses in the area, including the famous Ballybunion Golf Club

In the summer, Ballybunion attracts many families and young people to enjoy the sandy beach, warm Atlantic waters and the pubs along the high street. Nearby cliffs offer excellent scenery. Sometimes dolphins may be seen in the waters. The beaches near Ballybunion also are a popular surfing site. Other traditions include the beachside Seaweed Baths, featuring sea water with kelp. In summertime cooked periwinkles are salted and served in small paper bags along with a pin to extract the small sea snails.
The beach on the right features impressive tidal caves that can be explored at low tide. There are two commonly used beaches in Ballybunion, accessed by large, very steep concrete pavements, and divided by the cliff atop which stands the ruined castle.The beach to the left of the castle (if looking toward the sea)is called the "Mens Beach", and the one to the right the "Womens Beach", given to the fact that men bathed on a separate beach from women and children. There is a small cafe, hot seaweed baths and ice cream shop on the womens beach. The large cliffs to the right of the womens beach has shallow caves. The sheer cliffs over the beach have a scenic walking path, featuring a blowhole, and breathtaking views of Sea Stacks and a multitude of wildlife. It takes about 20 minutes to walk, and brings you round to the "Nun's Beach", a beautiful beach with no access that is overlooked by a convent.

The Village itself contains mostly pubs and amusements, fast food restaurants etc., a playground for young kids and a supermarket, a small Garda Station and a statue of Bill Clinton that looks like it's been moulded from marzipan as opposed to sculpted.

Seaweed Baths:
The natural goodness of bathing in salt water brings welcome relief to general muscular stiffness, tension, arthritic and rheumatic pain. The bath owners hand pick the seaweed daily from the "Blackrocks". The water provided for your bath is sea-water, pumped straight from the Atlantic Ocean each day. This is heated and ready for you at the turn of a tap.

Playgroung & Indoor Swimming Pool:
Ballybunion has a new state of the art enclosed out door playground overlooking the ladies Beach

Enjoy an Irish "seisiun" or traditional session, which takes place in some of the town's many pubs

Seaweed Baths:
For almost 100 years the North Kerry Community has been benefiting from our famous seaweed baths on the Ladies Beach. Firstly, the natural goodness of bathing in salt water brings welcome relief to general muscular stiffness, tension, arthritic and rheumatic pain. The bath owners hand pick the seaweed daily from the "Blackrocks". The water provided for your bath is sea-water, pumped straight from the Atlantic Ocean each day. This is heated and ready for you at the turn of a tap.

Tintean Theatre:
The Tinteán Theatre Mission is to operate a purpose built performance venue with contemporary Traditional Irish Dance, Irish Music and literature as its core and tourism as its primary audience market. The Tinteán Theatre is intended to act as a catalyst in the tourism repositioning of Ballybunion as a venue for the Arts and general theatrical entertainment and for The Tinteán to be a major element of the "Arts and Cultural Ring of Kerry".

Golf
Ballybunion is home to the Ballybunion golf course, a world renown golf links that is ranked in the top ten golf courses in the world. The original golf course is over 100 years old (formerly known as the Cashen course, a name acquired due to its location at the mouth of the Cashen of the Feale river), this original course was designed by Robert Trent Jones. The golf course of Ballybunion was the subject of a recent visit by president Bill Clinton of the United States of America (August 1999), Ballybunion has been selected as the venue for the 2000 Murphy's Irish Open Golfing Tournament.

This property was entered: 8 months ago

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You searched for 7 Cnoc View, Ballybunion, Co. Kerry and this page shows the full details of this holiday home in Ballybunion. The property has 3 bedrooms (2 double, 1 twin : sleeps 8) and the weekly rent is €550 weekly. This holiday home was entered 108 days ago. You can see other self catering accommodation in Ballybunion on the Holiday Homes in Ballybunion search page

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