2 Station Houses,

The Dingle Peninsula boasts some of Europe’s most stunning beaches. From the sweeping curve of Brandon Bay to secluded sandy coves, the Peninsula has it all.

Contact:-  Shane Flynn
Address :- No2 Station Houses,
                  Co Kerry
Post Code :- V92T677


  • August 12th to August 26th

“Modern 3 bedroom open plan House  located on the Dingle Penninsula & is situated in the beautiful
seaside village of Castlegregory. Located in a quite residential area for your added comfort.
Basing yourself in Castlegregory allows you the opportunity to explore all the wonderful gems the locality has to offer, from golfing to pony trekking on the beautiful sandy beaches to other fun activities such as pedal boating & water slides in the nearby Maharees.
Beautiful scenic drives are just a short distance away. Dingle is just a short drive over  the very popular Connor Pass route. Cloghane and Brandon are also well worth a visit and why not climb Mt Bandon as you are there.
The various restaurants and bars cater for everyone’s tastes. These along with the local coffee shop ‘Blow In Coffee’ are just a short 10min walk from the house.  A beauty salon and hairdresser to pamper yourself after a long day is at your doorstep.

Accommodation consists of the following:

  • Open plan kitchen/dining/living area which leads to a back garden and patio area.
  • Two double rooms with one en-suite with power shower
  • One twin room
  • Main bathroom with electric shower over bath.
  • Use of large garden shed.
You will be spoiled for choice with the beach only 10 mins walk and  5 mins walk to local bars and restaurants and also Spar and playground.
Watersports available in the Maharees area which is just a 10 min drive. Great for children’s activities and bustling with activity.
Price from €550 p/w. Prices vary according to time of year
Sorry no pets are allowed
WIFI not provided.
Click on  for an interactive brochure on all the Castlegregory has to offer

The natural beauty of Castlegregory is known far and wide  and all who visit us return time and time again. Why not come and see for yourself?