Station Cottage, Castlegregory
A warm Welcome awaits you
Name:- Station Cottage,
Address:- 9 Bothar Martramane, Castlegregory, Co Kerry.
Postcode:- V92 NH01
Phone:– 087 9228192
Availability throughout the year.
This rental cottage is situated in heart of the village of Castlegregory, consisting of:-
- 3 bedrooms,
- 2 Double rooms,
- 1 king en-suite,
- 1 Main Bathroom
- 1 Downstairs Toilet
6 guests will have a comfortable stay here. Located in a quite location yet within walking distances to all amenities that Castlegregory has to offer. This spacious and open plan house is a perfect holiday home for family’s and groups alike. We offer a secure garden and a shed if you wish to sore bicycles/ surfboards or outdoor equipment.
It is within walking distance of the shops and pubs. The village is the gateway to the wonderful Maharees peninsula with all of it’s beauty and water sports activities.
All of the beaches, dunes and walks of the Maharees peninsula are nearby. We have some of the longest beaches in the country. Hill walking, Water sports, Surfing, Fishing, Golf, Scenic drives,
are all catered for in this busy peninsula. The village has a range of pubs and restaurants to cater for all tastes. Explore the many scenic drives within a short distance, Tralee for shopping, Cloghane, Brandon and Dingle for atmosphere via the beautiful Conor Pass drive. Days of exploration await you, you will come back to your rental tired but fulfilled. You will not be disappointed.
Clean beaches lie on both sides of the Maharees peninsula, which separates Brandon Bay on the western side from Tralee Bay to the east. The Brandon Bay beaches are open to the North Atlantic
and receive long rolling swells, which are excellent for surfing. Castlegregory and the Maharees are fantastic for water sports. Not energetic enough for water sports then why not try a
game of golf at our challenging nine hole links course located overlooking Lough Gill and the village of Stradbally. Flavor the landscapes the area has to offer with adventurous drives/walks or
cycle to numerous locations such as the Connor Pass, Brandon Point, Loch a Dúin, and Glanteenassig or have a leisurely stroll on quite beaches.