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The Old Cable Historic House - Waterville
The Old Cable Historic House - Waterville - Outdoors view
The Old Cable Historic House - Waterville
The Old Cable Historic House - Waterville - Bedroom
The Old Cable Historic House - Waterville
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The Old Cable Historic House - Waterville

If you want to experience the traditional Irish way of life, as well as an important part of Ireland's social history, consider staying at The Old Cable Historic House, Waterville, Ireland. This guesthouse is located between Balinskelligs Bay and Lough Currane. A Milestone Heritage Site for its significance in the history of global telecommunications, this hotel traces its origins to the First Transatlantic Telegraph Cable laid in 1866 from Ireland to the United States, connecting the old and the new world for the first time in telecommunications. Your stay at this 3-star guesthouse in Waterville will be out of the ordinary, as you will discover not only the charm of traditional Irish life and culture, but also the many recreation facilities that the area has to offer. Waterville, also known as The Little Whirlpool, is the premier coastal tourist center on Iveragh Peninsula (also referred to as the Ring of Kerry), having attracted many celebrities throughout the years, including Charlie Chaplin and Tiger Woods. Waterville is famous for its championship golf course and its sea trout and salmon angling, as well as its beautiful sandy beaches. If you like archeological sites, you will be pleased to know that the this area features world famous ancient monuments, incuding the Skelligs World Heritage UNESCO Site (a monastic complex from the 7th century), or the Stone Circles. Unique pubs also add to the beauty of visiting Waterville; here you can enjoy Irish music and dancing, while sampling traditional Irish food and drinks. Your stay here will surely be a memorable one!

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Babysitting or child care
Express check out
Gift shop
Internet
Laundry service
Non-smoking rooms available
Free parking
Pets allowed on request. Charges may apply.
Wheelchair accessible
Restaurant
Room service
Beauty salon
Designated smoking area
Storage available
Free WiFi

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