Beachmount House is idyllically situated with stunning views over Ventry Bay to the front and the surrounding mountains and hills to the sides. It sleeps up to 10 people in five bedrooms, three of which are double and two are twins. The Master bedroom enjoys an en-suite shower room and there is a further shower room and also the house bathroom.
With all the accommodation on one floor, the property is ideal for the elderly. Comfortably furnished throughout and with stunning views from the principal rooms we are sure you will enjoy your stay in Ventry as this becomes your home from home. The patio at the front of the house is an ideal place to sit in the evening with a glass of wine and relax while you take in the amazing views. It’s also ideal for an al fresco breakfast, what better way is there to start the day?
The well equipped kitchen has everything you might need for a self-catering holiday, Ventry village is a short walk away where the shop carries a range of essential items. The excellent village pub does good food at lunch times and in the evening. The Skipper Restaurant is also in the village and provides French cuisine, using the best of West Kerry produce. Owned and run by chef Paddy Chauvet, known locally as "Paddy the Frenchman” an early bird menu is usually available until 6.30 pm.
A mile out of town you’ll find Páidí Ó Sé's Pub where again there is good pub food and live music on a regular basis.
Dingle town is approximately four miles away where there are supermarkets, butchers, bakers and a wide range of other shops. The many delightful gift shops will be sure to have something for you to take home as a souvenir of your stay on the Dingle Peninsula.
Dingle is renowned for the quality and choice of restaurants, there is something for everyone with top class, award winning establishments through to informal Café’s which offers great value for families. There is also a range of takeaways in the town.
Of course Dingle is also renowned for its pubs and live music. No trip to Dingle would be complete without a pint or two at O’Sullivan’s Courthouse pub, where in an evening you will be treated to a session with some of the finest traditional musicians in Ireland. Sundays through the season they also have a late afternoon session, ideal if you have youngsters. There is always a great choice of music in Dingle and many of the pubs are unchanged since they were first opened many years ago.
There is so much to do and see on the peninsula that it would take a small book to cover everything! For your easy reference, please have a look at the attractions page, where you will find a list of the major and more interesting things to see and do. Wherever possible we have included a link to their website or Facebook page so you may see up-to-date contact information current details of opening times.
Whilst we are on the subject of Facebook, check out the Dingle What’s On page for up-to-the-minute information on what’s happening in and around Dingle and don’t forget to “like” our Facebook page. National Geographic described the Dingle Peninsula as the most beautiful place on earth, it has also been cited as the most photogenic place in the world! You’re sure to take lots of photographs during your stay here so please do share them on our Facebook page. If Twitter is your thing, please do tweet them to us (@DingleVacation), or if you prefer tag us on Flicker (Dingle Holiday Homes). We’d love to see them!