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A spacious stone holiday cottage in a stunning coastal location near Kenmare in South West Ireland with 1400sq ft of accommodation, in one acre of grounds leading directly down to the sea and a private beach. Seal Rock Cottage is a perfect rural retreat for a relaxing self catering holiday in County Kerry, Ireland.

Seal Rock Cottage has spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean, islands and mountains of County Kerry, Ireland. This luxury holiday cottage is located on Rossmore Island which is connected to the famous Ring of Kerry by an ancient stone bridge.

The interior of the cottage was designed by Andrew Burch, the acclaimed Welsh Interior Designer and consists of a sitting room with open log fire and library, garden room with cast iron stove, a home entertainment system with surround sound and stunning views over the Atlantic Ocean. The luxury holiday accommodation also includes a kitchen fully equipped with an American style fridge/freezer, dishwasher, oven and hob. The cottage's grounds are landscaped sympathetically to retain many of the existing natural features including a stream, mini waterfalls and pools.

Surpassing other Kenmare holiday cottages for its picturesque coastal setting, the property has steps leading down to a private beach where you can sit, relax and enjoy the views or observe seals and sea otters basking on the rocks. The beach is also suitable for fishing, bathing or the landing of small boats.

If you're looking for self catering holiday accommodation in Kenmare, Ireland then Seal Rock Cottage offers the space and rural charm to make your stay in County Kerry truly memorable.

Please note that the cottage is not suitable for pets and children under 12.

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