Self Catering Holiday Cottage near Waterville Kerry

Ferienhäuser in Irland

Self Catering Holiday Cottage near Waterville Kerry

Riverside Cottage

Riverside Cottage Coomavohir Waterville Co Kerry
Riverside Cottage Coomavohir Waterville Co Kerry
Ferienhäuser in Irland

Location of Riverside Cottage

The house is located 15kms from Waterville, Ring of Kerry (for orientation please have a look on the map on this page)
51.90109, -9.98826
N51° 54' 3.924" W9° 59' 17.736"


  • next pub Inny Tavern in Dromid, 9 kms.
  • shops, pubs, super markets and restaurants in Waterville and Caherciveen, 25-30 mins.
  • Killarney ~ 1 hr 10 mins.
  • Kerry Airport ~ 1hr 20 mins.
  • Cork Airport ~ 2 hrs. 30 mins.
  • Dublin Airport ~ 5 hrs.
  • Shannon Airport ~ 3 hrs.


  • Walking and Hiking
    Certainly this is a prime hiking area, with walks and hikes starting from the house. Weatherproof hiking gear and boots are essential to fully enjoy the local walks.
  • Golfing
    Waterville is a golfer's paradise with two world famous golf courses
  • Angling
    Course and fly fishing are all available locally in various lakes and rivers near the cottage; sea fishing from Waterville and other locations on the coast.
  • Swimming
    Beaches in Waterville, Caherdaniel, Cahirciveen and Ballyskelligs.
  • Horse riding nearby

Riverside Cottage

Lough Currane
Riverside Cottage is peacefully located beside a lovely stream in one of the most scenic surroundings you can get in Ireland with panoramic country and mo
untain views.

This cottage is the ideal base for hiking and angling holidays, Ireland's highest mountain range, the Macgillycuddy's Reeks are only a 30 mins. drive away and offers many more spectacular hiking tracks.
The Iveragh peninsula is one of Irelands leading tourist destinations whose scenic beauty, landscape, diversity and heritage are recognised through a variety of national and European Designations. Waterville is the premier coastal touring centre on the Ring of Kerry, with shops and pubs as well as an excellent choice of restaurants - from budget to fine cuisine - with seafood being a specialty in many of them. Cahirciveen is the largest town on the west end of the Iveragh Peninsula and a local centre for shopping, entertainment, eating and drinking. A Celtic Music Festival takes place every August. A range of pubs and restaurants provide tasty local cuisine and music in the evenings.
Near Waterville
A trip to the Skelligs is a must on your holidays in County Kerry! These craggy islands rise dramatically from the ocean 15kms off the western coast. Little Skellig is a bird reserve, with nearly 20 thousand gannets nesting here each year. The larger Skellig Michael with its cliffs rising over 200 mtrs above the sea once was the westernmost outpost of Christianity in Europe. The monastic settlement consists of two oratories, six beehive huts, church and graveyard, which can all be reached on over 600 steps cut into the rocks. Boat trips to the islands take place during the summer months from Portmagee and from Ballinskelligs, weather permitting.
Hiking in the Kerry Mountains

A drive inland across remote Ballaghisheen pass leads you to Glencar and the spectacular mountain scenery of the Macgillycuddy's Reeks, including the highest mountain in Ireland, Mount Carrantuohill. The Ring of Kerry is a scenic drive around the Iveragh Peninsula. Its 179km-long, circular route takes touches rugged and verdant coastal landscapes and rural seaside villages. Popular points include The Skellig Drive (from Waterville to Portmagee), the Gap of Dunloe and Muckross House (near Killarney), Ross Castle, Lough Leane, and Ladies View (a panoramic viewpoint), are all located within Killarney National Park.

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