With a stay at Brookhaven House in Waterville, you'll be within a 5-minute drive of Waterville Beach and The Story of Waterville Cable Station Exhibition. Featured amenities include express check-in, luggage storage, and laundry facilities.
Atlantic View is situated 5 km south of Waterville village along the Kerry Way, one of Ireland's longest and most beautiful walking trails. All rooms enjoy sea views and come with a TV and tea and coffee making facilities. Free WiFi is available throughout the house. The property is located in the heart of the countryside, on the route between Waterville and Caherdaniel overlooking Ballinskelligs Bay and the Altantic Ocean. The nearest airport is Kerry Airport, 76 km from Atlantic View.
Boasting spectacular views over Lough Currane, Europe's best salmon and sea trout lake, this charming guesthouse is ideally placed for enjoying the natural beauty of the surroundings. It is close to the famous Kerry Way scenic walking route. During your stay at Lakelands Farm you can try a number of country pursuits including shooting and fishing, both of which can be organised by the owners. Also nearby are world-renowned golf course Waterville Links and a choice of water-sports. In the evenings you can unwind by the large open fire in one of the spacious lounges, equipped with satellite TV, before sampling traditional home-cooked food in the dining room. The ancient standing stones alignment of Eightercua is located on the farm, a short walk from the guesthouse. Guided tours of Church Island on Waterville Lake and boat rental are also available, as well as trips to the Skelligs on request. Lakelands is just 5 minutes’ drive from Waterville village.
This wonderful bed and breakfast boasts a prime setting in County Kerry. The property is set amidst sprawling countryside, just a short distance away from the stunning shores of Lough Currane. The property is located just a short ferry ride away from Skellig Michael. This charming property offers visitors the ideal setting from which to explore the area. Guests can enjoy a number of outdoor activities nearby, including hiking and fishing, as well as golf in the nearby Skellig Bay Golf Club. This property offers an elegant home away from home. The guest rooms are superbly designed in a classical style. Guests are invited to indulge in a hearty breakfast in the mornings, for a superb start to the day.
When you a stay at Butler Arms Hotel in Waterville, you'll be on the beach, within a 5-minute walk of Waterville Beach and The Story of Waterville Cable Station Exhibition. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, dry cleaning/laundry services, and a 24-hour front desk. Free self parking is available onsite.
When you stay at Klondyke House in Waterville, you'll be by the sea, within a 10-minute walk of Waterville Beach and The Story of Waterville Cable Station Exhibition. Free self parking is available onsite.
With a stay at The Smugglers Inn in Waterville, you'll be next to a golf course, just a 1-minute walk from Waterville Golf Links and 12 minutes by foot from Waterville Beach. Free self parking is available onsite.
A cosy bright traditional cottage, located one mile from Waterville village surrounded by sea and Mountain View’s. Furnished in a traditional yet contemporary way, the cottage comprises of two large bedrooms one with a king size bed and the other with two double beds. A cosy sitting room with and wood burning stove perfect for relaxing in after a days sightseeing. A separate dining room and full kitchen with hob, oven, microwave etc and full family bathroom. The cottage also has central heating, WiFi and Tv.
Highly recommended by Le Guide du Routard and Lonely Planet, County Kerrys idyllic Olde Forge is a peaceful retreat. Offering incredible views of Kenmare Bay and with picturesque beaches and Derrynane National park all nearby, guests can enjoy the best of Irelands acclaimed landscape. Regularly organising trips to Skellig Island for guests, host Cathy Fitzmaurice has more than 20 year's hospitality experience and shares her intimate knowledge of all the Ring of Kerry has to offer. Just 2km from the village of Caherdaniel, guests can experience the best of Kerrys scenery and local people.
With a stay at The Old Cable Historic House, you'll be centrally located in Waterville, just a 2-minute walk from The Story of Waterville Cable Station Exhibition and 5 minutes by foot from Beara Peninsula. Featured amenities include limo/town car service, express check-in, and dry cleaning/laundry services. For a surcharge, guests may use a roundtrip airport shuttle (available on request) and a train station pick-up service.
Pros: It was close to where we needed to be. It was very classic on the inside and clean - the bed linens were beautiful!! It is within walking distance of stores and restaurants - the town is lovely.
Cons: The rooms are not terribly sound-proof and could use some work (to be expected - it is an older house). We found the owner to be friendly and helpful, but at times a little too in your face and wanting to be helpful. Some people might like that but we are a little more private.
Pros: staff courtesy and friendly.
Cons: my reservation was not "confirmed" at hotel, is not an hotel but a B&B, I was accommodated on a different room (respect the one that I have reserved), the bathroom in the "new" room was not ensuite (differently from my reservation)
Pros: There was a delicious breakfast and the staff was very friendly. The bathroom was quite big.
Cons: The rooms were a little bit small, so there was not much room for the suitcases.
Pros: the friendlyness and the staff couldn't do enough for us
Cons: extension was not complete no covering on dining room floor and fitting not finished
Pros: The b&b was lovely, as were the owners. Couldnt do enough for us and it was really close to the centre of Waterville. We ate 3 lovely meals each night in Waterville. All walking distance of the Old Cable House.
Pros: The Landlady was ever so helpfull and couldn't do enough to make our stay pleasant
Cons: The drainage replacement outside the hotel was noisey at 7.30 in tghe morning but was through no fault of the hotel and will no doubt be finished by now
Cons: The welcome to the b&b was somewhat unusual, the receptionist did not introduce himself, merely silently escorted me to a door which ultimately was the bedroom. When asked about activities in the area, he had no information to offer. The orange juice for breakfast seemed to be diluted concentrate from a tin
Pros: Bedroom was comfortable. Proprieter friendly and helpful. Breakfast was good - variety of menu plus something different to the norm e.g. smoked salmon and poached eggs, pancakes with fruit - delicious!
Cons: No television or tea/coffee making facilities in room. T&C was available on request free of charge
Pros: not a lot
Cons: we belived it to be a hotel it turned out to be a b&b