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Catherine's Cottage

County Galway, Ireland

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Catherine's Cottage accommodates up to 6 guests with 2 bedrooms located on the first level and 1 bedroom on the second.

The first level has a master bedroom with a queen sized bed and a guest bedroom with twin beds. The second level has a sitting/dining area with a gas fireplace and guest bedroom with twin beds. 

All three of Catherine's Cottage bedrooms are en suite with heated towel racks & hair dryers.  

The second level of Catherine's Cottage has a fully equipped kitchen for self catering and a washer/dryer combination unit.

The grounds of the estate are ideal for the active. Activities offered include tennis, boating, fishing, football or softball on the sixteen acre front lawn and a vast forest, with trails, for a relaxing jog. In addition, there is an indoor swimming pool, billiards room, and table tennis in the St. George cottage.

Local Favorites
Favorite Local Pub
Name: Kineevey's Pub
Distance from Property: 1.00 Kilometer
Interesting Facts: Delicious food and the best Guinness in the area!
Unusual or interesting place in the area
The Ring of Kerry (Irish: An Mhór Chuaird) is a tourist trail in County Kerry, south-western Ireland. The route covers the 179 km circular road (N70, N71 and R562), starting from Killarney, heading around the Iveragh Peninsula and passing through Kenmare, Sneem, Waterville, Cahersiveen and Killorglin. Popular points include Muckross House (near Killarney), Staigue stone fort and Derrynane House, home of Daniel O'Connell. Just south of Killarney, Ross Castle, Lough Leane, and Ladies View (a panoramic viewpoint), all located within Killarney National Park, are major attractions located along the Ring. A more complete list of major attractions along the Ring of Kerry includes: Gap of Dunloe, Bog Village, Rossbeigh Beach, Cahersiveen Heritage Centre, Derrynane House, Skellig Experience, Staigue Fort, Kenmare Lace, Moll's Gap, Ladies View, Torc Waterfall, Muckross House, The Blue Pool, Ross Castle, Ogham Stones, St Mary’s Cathedral, Muckross Abbey, Franciscan Friary, Kellegy Church, O’Connell Memorial Church, Sneem Church and Cemetery, Skellig Michael, Beehive Cells and the Stone Pillars marking an important grave. There is also an established walking path named The Kerry Way, which takes its own route, and a signposted Ring of Kerry cycling path which uses older quieter roads where possible. The Kerry Way roughly follows the scenic driving route of the Ring of Kerry.
Favorite Local Restaurant
Name: White Gables
Distance from Property: 4.00 Miles
Type of Restaurant: Dressy
Type of Food: Irish
Interesting Facts: Wonderful food cooked beautifully and generous portions
One thing visitors should not miss
Approximately 4 miles from Ross Castle stands Aughnanure Castle. The castle was built as a stronghold during the 16th century by the O’Flaherty clan. The Castle stands beside the Drimneed River which flows into Lough Corrib. The site was uniquely chosen to allow boats to bring supplies right up to the gate of the fortification. Standing on what is virtually a rocky island, the castle is a particularly well-preserved example of an Irish tower house. Specifically, the site contains what remains of a banqueting hall, a watch tower, an unusual double bawn and bastions and a dry harbor.
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