Sailing and Surfing
Listing Properties tagged with 'Sailing and Surfing'
County Waterford , Ireland
This elfin cottage cloistered above the woods on an historic Tay valley demesne, introduces unique opportunities for exploring the beaches and headlands of Irelands Copper Coast, hill-walking in the Comeragh Mountains, or just rambling around a magnificent estate. Sleeps 4
County Cork , Ireland
Cached on a sunny embankment that gently tumbles down to the azure waters of Schull harbour in wonderful west Cork, we have a spacious stone cottage completely irresistible for a family vacation on the Wild Atlantic Way.
This is where the line between alfresco and interior becomes blurred on a summer’s day. Sleeps 11
County Cork , Ireland
On an elevated site overlooking the cluster of islands that shelter Roaringwater Bay, this
gossamer grey coastal cottage is a sanctuary of contemporary design and comfort.
Crafted stonework terraces define the lawns, apple orchard, and percolating water cascades that climb the slopes above the house - occasionally assisted by outcrops of natural granite bedrock.
This is where West Cork works its charm.. Sleeps 6
County Mayo , Ireland
Big skies, narrow roads and Celtic mists are the setting for this peaceful cottage where time has a different meaning and nature calls the shots.
The Mullet peninsula is one of those unspoiled and under-explored gems of Ireland where the wind blows out the cobwebs, the tides set your clock, and the scale of the landscape is humbling. How can you resist?. Sleeps 8
County Clare , Ireland
The dramatic Atlantic sunsets that wash this home have not changed in the two hundred years since Castle View was built. The round Rapunzel castle itself - some 400 years older - still stands watch over the six generation farmstead.
Prominently situated on the Burren Way between Doolin and the Cliffs of Moher, there are stunning views of the Aran Islands and the ocean beyond, from this large Regency country house.Sleeps 8
County Kerry , Ireland
This beautiful holiday home is perched in its own landscaped grounds on picturesque Rossmore Island, where the broad expanse of The Kenmare River meets incoming Atlantic swells.
A narrow stone bridge makes the connection to the spectacular Ring of Kerry, which links the busy market town of Kenmare and the idyllic colourful village of Sneem. Sleeps 8