Converted beauty and holistic Salon


Alojamiento entero: vivienda rentada. Anfitrión: Caitriona

4 huéspedes, 2 habitaciones, 2 camas, 1 baño completo y uno de tocador
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Our cool and comfortable two bed apartment has a truly rustic vibe, formally a beauty and holistic salon, it was newly converted into a cottage like apartment in 2017. located in a beautifully scenic part of the countryside of ballyheigue. Both bedrooms have memory foam mattresses with fresh white linen.A modern kitchen leading onto a large decking area offers breathtaking views of Ballyheigue Bay. Situated on the wild Atlantic (named in the the top 50 road trips in the world ) a must see

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The cupboard is stocked with essentials so please help yourself, there will be a choice of 4 cereals,Tea, coffee hot chocolate,sugar, milk, butter and jam.Cooking oils, salt, pepper and other herbs and spices provided, if you need something and I have it you are very welcome to it from my own kitchen.

This space has a very relaxing and chilled vibe , it's almost impossible not to feel at home here, the heating will be on a couple of hours before my guests arrive.
Our rooms are cosy but with lovely light in the mornings (black out blinds are also fitted to accommodate a lie in ). There is a sink in each room for old fashioned convenience.
Please note , as this building was once a holistic salon the shower is located in one of the bedrooms, the toilet is obviously is a separate and private bathroom.

Everything that you need to rustle up some food in is the kitchen with a two ring Hob, three tiered electric steamer, microwave and large George Foreman grill and a new counter top Oven.There is even a retro hand juicer for fresh orange juice in the morning. There is space for two at the counter and another four in our new dining area in the lounge area, in the summer a table and four chairs are on the decking.
The sitting room area has a flat screen Tv with plenty of channels to choose from ,wifi and a music system which pipes music to each room. There are also some books , if you fancy a read !!!
All towels supplied , shampoo and conditioner , hand wash at each basin also supplied.

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Ballyheigue , Co. Kerry, Irlanda

Here in Ballyheigue we get a lot of people cycling as we are situated on the kerry head cycle course, a lot of people training for the ring of kerry would practice out here as the terrain is very like that of the ring of Kerry. Our apartment is the ideal base for anyone looking to get some cycling experience.

The North Kerry Way is a 48 kilometre linear walking route through the northern part of County Kerry in the south west of Ireland, starting in the county town of Tralee and ending in the town of Ballyheigue. While not as well known as the Iveragh or Dingle Peninsulas of the same county, North Kerry has much to offer, including spectacular seascapes, the finest beaches in Ireland and a multitude of ancient sites, churches and field monuments. The route heads out of Tralee with the Dingle Way to Blennerville with its fine traditional windmill: there the routes part and the North Kerry Way heads north west along a sea wall at the back of Tralee Bay. From the village of Spa it goes cross country onto the white sands of Banna Strand to reach the village of Ballyheige and the beginning of a scenic mountainous area on Kerry Head, which it loops around before finishing at Ballyheigue. The terrain consists of mainly quiet country roads, firm beach sand (except at high tide), tracks, bog roads and field paths. The route is flat except for the last 18 kilometres where there are some short ascents, with an aggregate climb of 370 metres. There are some short loop walks which link with the main route of the North Kerry Way.
Fun runs/marathons

The Half on the Head course map and elevation is outlined in our photograph section, here are some details ;

The Half on the Head follows a wonderfully scenic course from Ballyheigue Village right around the Kerryhead loop before ending up back at the start point. The first half of the course meanders gradually uphill before levelling out at the point of Kerryhead and then beginning a steeper decent back towards the village. Stunning views can be experienced the whole way around if you have the energy to enjoy them. If not you can expect a warm welcome at the finish and at the Race Bar-B-Que that evening.

North Kerry – rural bliss, stunning beaches, famous links, historical icons, family fun & the literary giants!
It is only when visitors to North Kerry wonder at our countryside and lifestyle, do stop to reflect a little on what we have! Idyllic country lanes, vibrant rural communities, fascinating heritage towns, stunning golden beaches, world famous links courses, great literary feats and the natural storytelling gifts of North Kerry locals. For planning your route just follow the link to AA Roadwatch, this will make it easier for you to get here the quickest way possible where ever your coming from.
Arriving to Kerry through Tarbert sets the scene! The Killimer ferry offers you the opportunity to dolphin watch en-route s to Dingle to see their greatest resident Fungi the dolphin. Heading towards Listowel, see Moyvane’s Nature Trail and Village Walk. Listowel is the “Literary Capital of Ireland”. World famous writers such as John B. Keane, Bryan McMahon and George Fitzmaurice are the foundation stones for Listowel Writer’s Week. A designated Heritage Town, Listowel displays wonderful architecture on the Heritage Trail. Take in the “Big Bridge” and the “Garden of Europe” that contains more than 2,500 trees and shrubs from European countries.
Heading towards Ballybunion, enjoy the rural countryside of North Kerry passing through Lisselton. Stop at the Thatch Bar and fill up on ancient local knowledge from people who have been there all their lives. Enjoy great food and drinks while you travel. Or you can take the coast road from Tarbert, and you can visit Ballylongford, birthplace of one of Ireland’s finest poets, Brendan Kennelly.
Carrigafoyle Castle, a listed National Monument is found on Carrigafoyle Island. Built between 1490 and 1500, it features a 104 step spiral staircase that visitors can climb. Standing 30 meters high, it has stunning views from its battlements.
Ballybunion is truly a great seaside town. Blue Flag beaches, seaweed baths, buckets and spades, sandcastles, picnics, periwinkles, candy floss and blue Atlantic waves with sea breezes full of salty air! Not forgetting the Bromore Cliffs, their beauty is truly a great sight to be seen and admired. Along with the magnificant beaches and cliff's Ballybunion hosts one of the world's most popular golf course's ranking in the top 10 most visited every year. One visitor is former president Bill Clinton. If you're looking for a guided walking tour or a cycle around the town and surrounding area then EcoTrek is your place to go. The man behind it Danny Houlihan is a man with vast knowledge and history of Ballybunion and the North Kerry area. So for a day full of history and fun then Danny's your man for all of that.
Enjoy Ballyduff, a village successful in both Gaelic Football and Hurling. Close to the village at Rattoo, a round tower reaches a height of 28 meters. It's the only complete round tower in Kerry and it dates from the late 10th or early 11th century.
"An Tóchar", Causeway, is Old Irish for “the road”. The village was founded by a group of settled travellers on an ancient Celtic road. The road originated in Ballyheigue and was reputed to have ended in Tara, seat of the High-Kings of Ireland.Take time for the gorgeous circular drive around the Kerry Head Peninsula with spectacular panoramas overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, Dingle Peninsula and Clare coast.
Ballyheigue village has miles of beach and is overlooked by the ruins of a castle built in 1812. It is the site of Ballyheigue’s scenic 9 hole Golf Club. With stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean, Ballyheigue is popular with swimmers and walkers.
Banna Strand extends from Ballyheigue Beach at the Black Rock to Barrow Beach. Its sand dunes can rise up to 40 feet.
Ardfert parish includes Ardfert and Kilmoyley. Ardfert village grew up around the ancient church of St. Brendan, Ardfert Cathedral. Founded in the 6th Century, it is now a National Monument and hosts an Interpretive Centre. The Ardfert Friary is a National Monument founded circa 1253. This little village was once the capital of the county.On the northern shores of Tralee Bay, lies Fenit, Europe’s most westerly commercial port. The harbour is important for fishing and its 136-berth marina adds a leisurely atmosphere to the village with its beautiful views of Tralee Bay. and Fenit Castle. Fenit Castle is a tower house built in the 16th century to protect the entrance to Barrow Harbour. Tralee Golf Club, the famous Arnold Palmer designed course is across the straits of Barrow Harbour.
North of Tralee and on the north side of the Shannow river, Kilflynn is part of the parish of Abbeydorney. Places to visit are St Columba’s Heritage Centre, Kilflynn; St. Bernard’s Church, Abbeydorney; St Mary’s Church, Kilflynn; and the old railway station in Abbeydorney.
Lixnaw was once the seat of the Earls of Kerry and one of its descendants, Lord Lansdowne, born in Dublin but largely reared in Lixnaw, became British Prime Minister in 1782. Visit the Korean War Memorial, St. Michael’s Church and the Holy Wells of St Michael and St Senan.
Halfway between Listowel and Castleisland, the heather clad hills of Lyreacrompane lie in the Stacks Mountains. Take time to explore its wonderful lanes and country roads and for hikers, the new Loop Walk is magical and full of the character of this special place.Tralee offers indoor and outdoor attractions and activities and there is something for all the family making it a real family friendly place to be. For a rural market town Tralee offers amazing shopping with boutiques, bookshops, antiques and craft shops tucked away in old lanes and stylish new arcades. From the Christmas Lights to the Rose of Tralee Festival, there is a buzz and bustle to the town all year round.The North Kerry Way stretches from Tralee town to Tarbert taking in the idyllic scenic coastline of North Kerry.
Blennerville has been an important lynchpin connecting east and west by the Tralee and Dingle Light Railway ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)) and the Jeanie Johnston emigrant ship. The Tralee & Dingle Light Railway was one of the world’s most famous narrow gauge railways and the Jeannie Johnston emigrant ship was built here carrying over 2,500 emigrants to a new life in the USA with no crew or passengers lost. Visit its famous Windmill. This unique 201-year-old restored windmill houses an acclaimed exhibition of Irish milling history and features working millstones. A selection of exhibitions on the region is also on show here.

Did You Know?
That the father of famous American outlaw Jessie James was from Asdee.That the Lartigue Monorail is the only one of its kind in the World. That in March 1919 the voice of W.T. Ditcham an engineer with the Marconi Wireless Telegraphy Company was projected from Ballybunion to a receiving station in Cape Breton, Novia Scotia. These were the first words clearly spoken by human voice from East to West.That on June 24th 1834 a race meeting on Ballyeigh Beach turned in to one of Ireland’s worst ever faction fights involving over 3000 people. The race meeting was banned and transferred to Listowel and is now known as the Listowel Harvest Race Festival.

Things to see and do
The North Kerry Way
Heritage, Beach & Cliff Walks
Pitch and Putt
Blue Flag Beaches
Dolphin Watching
Horse Riding
Kerry Head Peninsula Drive

Anfitrión: Caitriona

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Hello, I live in Doon Ballyheigue with my husband and three kids, we live next door to the apartment should you need anything, we look forward to hosting you in the future.

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We are on hand to help our guests in any way we can, obviously now with recent COVID Restrictions, self checkin is available, a lockbox is present with your keys and as we live next door we are close by if needed. We will respect your privacy at all times .
We are on hand to help our guests in any way we can, obviously now with recent COVID Restrictions, self checkin is available, a lockbox is present with your keys and as we live nex…

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