Sailing & Surfing

Listing Properties tagged with 'Sailing & Surfing'

 

Showing 6 of 32 properties found.

Searows

County Galway , Ireland

A gabled bungalow of unassuming simplicity, Searows lies in the bend of a sheltered Connemara inlet - absolutely Wild Atlantic Way – just a stone’s throw from the ocean.
This is an ideal family vacation home, with stunning sea views, and lots of relaxing outdoor attractions just minutes away in every direction. Sleeps 8


Searows

Cove Lodge

County Kerry , Ireland

Hidden like a fairytale secret at the edge of an ancient and enchanted woodland, this modern rustic stone cottage blends gracefully into the banks of the Kenmare River.
Its rambling terraced garden, with patioed barbeque area and tranquil viewing points, tumbles down to the rocky margins of the Bay. Sleeps 6

Cove Lodge

The Well

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

The Well

Caha

County Kerry , Ireland

Bedded into the rocky northern slopes of the Beara peninsula and looking out on the Atlantic Ocean across the broad Kenmare estuary, Caha is a chic contemporary limestone cottage beautifully designed to maximise its stunning location.
The cool white minimalist interior spills seamless out into a terraced natural rock garden where the mountain and sea views work their charm.
It’s time to explore yourself in this magical landscape. Sleeps 8

Caha

Cleandara House

County Cork , Ireland

On a steep sheltered north facing ridge amongst the ancient native oaks above Cleandara harbour, hides this mature 1980’s cottage where time seems to stand still.
Secluded and private, this is a consummate retreat in an ever changing west Cork panorama. Perfect for rambling, writing, reflection and feasting. Sleeps 6

Cleandara House

Castle View House

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

Castle View House
 

Showing 6 of 32 properties found.