This idyllic, 100-year-old traditional railway cottage sits 400ft above sea level with panoramic views of Tralee Bay and the patch work quilted valley of Gleann Na Gealt. The house originally belonged to the The Tralee and Dingle Light Railway, a narrow gauge railway which ran between Tralee and Dingle until its closure in 1953 and was home to the Driscoll sisters who acted as gate keepers for the railway.
The house was purchased by my father in 1957, he has sadly passed on and now the house belongs to myself and my two brothers. In 2013, we completely renovated and refurbished the cottage with loving care and attention, combining character with modern comforts - flat screen TV, solid fuel stove and oak wood flooring. The house consists of relaxing open-plan
sitting room, kitchen area. Two bedrooms (one double and two singles, which can be made in to a double) and two bathrooms.
Easy access to the Dingle Way walking trail (2 minutes), miles of golden beaches (5 minutes), village with pubs & restaurant (5 minutes).
Very private, Very peaceful, Very special.