We are a family run Bed and Breakfast with a unique blend of comfort and Irish country charm. Situated at the foot of Kerry's Beentee mountains, all of our rooms have an ocean view.
Enjoy the spectacular Atlantic scenery overlooking the beautiful Valentia Harbour with views of the wide estuary of the river Fertha and the Carhan river, the magnificent undulating hills on Valentia Island, the sandy shores of Beginnis Island, the monastic site on Church Island and Dingle Bay.
When in County Kerry you can relax in a casual atmosphere of our country home. Your hosts Jim and Mary Guirey will ensure a warm welcome with a cup of tea and home made scones on arrival. Jim and Mary can also offer local information on Ring of Kerry Tours, and various outdoor activities.
2 Double rooms ensuite and 2 Family Rooms ensuite
Tea and coffee making facilities available
Steam-shower and jacuzzi
All rooms with sea and mountain views
All rooms en-suite
Childrens rates negotiable
Caherciveen is part of the Iveragh Peninsula, it is a region that is famous for its lush landscapes, miles of sandy beaches and peaceful rocky coves. A stroll around the local towns and regions will provide a true picture of Irish rural life where you can meet and view or sample many of the locally produced crafts and foods. There are lanes, roads and paths traversing the region including The Kerry Way and many places and structures dating back to early history including The Ring Fort of Ballycarbery and The Staigue Fort of Castlecove.
Hill and Road Walking is a particularly favourite pass time for visitors to the Caherciveen area. The Floral Walk - Roa na mBlath will take you from Caherciveen to Cuas Crom (approximately 5 Kilometres) it is suitable for all ages and you can explore the local Fauna. The Kerry Way runs through the region taking in many of the towns and villages. We have such walks as The Mass Path in Derrynane and the old Butter Road outside Waterville. In Caherciveen we have walks such as Cnoc an dTobar, Ballycarbery castle, Ring Forts and Kinego wood.