The Corner Cottage, Annascaul
The Corner Cottage is situated in Annascaul known famously as a walkers paradise. This small Irish village is situated in the south west tip of Ireland, on the Dingle Peninsula. Annascaul is surrounded by breath taking scenery and is still very much a traditional Irish village. It is in close proximity to famous tourist destinations of Co. Kerry including Dingle, Inch and Tralee. It is the perfect place to have a country break while still being close to all the major amenities. Annascaul also functions as a tourist destination. It is the birth place of Antarctic explorer Tom Crean and sculptor Jerome O'Connor. The South Pole Inn Public House and the Jerome O'Connor Gallery both attract visitors.
The Corner Cottage is owned by Bride and John Kennedy, locals of Annascaul who will be sure to give you a warm welcome while helping to make sure your stay in Annascaul is as enjoyable as possible.
The newly refurbished Corner Cottage can sleep up to nine people, linen and towels are provided, heating and electric is also included. There is a small enclosed garden with a patio area and furniture as well as a barbeque. Parking is also available outside the cottage.The cottage is available to let from Saturday to Saturday all year round, weekly, weekends, short and long term. Please contact us about seasonal occasions.
Inside the Cottage
- Spacious kitchen with all mod cons/Dishwasher/ microwave
- Large Utitily Room with washer and dryer.
- Living area with solid fuel stove.
- Oil Central Heating. (Heating extra)
- Open Fireplace
- 2 armchairs and two 3 seater settees
- 1 Downstairs Bedroom with Double and Single Bed
- 1 Ensuite Bedroom with Double Bed
- 1 Twin Bedroom with 2 Single Beds
- 1 Double Bedroom
- 1 Downstairs Bathroom with Toilet and Shower
- Upstairs Main Bathroom with Bath and Shower
- 1 Ensuite with Electric Shower
- Address: Ballinacourty, Annascaul, Co. Kerry
- Telephone: 086-0865287 / 086-3564342
- Distance from Dingle Town: 10-15km
- Nearest Town or Village: Annascaul / Abhainn an Scáil