Atlantic View provides a delightful holiday house for rent for self-catering holidays. Atlantic View is located along the Wild Atlantic Way in the village of Fenit near Tralee in County Kerry on the west coast of Ireland.
The house has free WiFi and sleeps up to eight people and consists of a lounge with multi fuel fire and Sky TV, dining room with high chair, kitchen with all appliances, bathroom with bath and separate shower. It has four bedrooms, one double with ensuite, one double and two twin rooms. There is also a cot. Atlantic View has everything guests need to have an enjoyable and comfortable stay, so to make sure that happens is included in the price bed linen and towels (except cot linen), provide weekly maid service and a free starter pack for the fire. Outside there is ample car parking. The large rear garden provides an area to sit and enjoy the fantastic views. At the end of the road is the Wild Atlantic Way and also the beautiful natural Barrow Harbour.
Atlantic View is all on one level. Fenit is a small peaceful Irish village that has wonderful views across Tralee Bay to the Dingle Peninsula which tantalisingly disappears into the horizon and the Atlantic Ocean. Fenit is next to the sea and boasts a sandy beach which is within 20 mins walking distance. Also located in the village is a small shop where you can purchase all the necessary everyday items required for your stay. Just around the corner from the shop is the local pub with a family restaurant and sea views, and further along is a coffee shop. From there it is a short stroll to Fenit Pier and Marina. The town of Tralee is 8 miles away along the scenic coast road from Fenit and is the home of the famous Rose of Tralee Festival.
Kerry is a beautiful county and provides a wonderful backdrop to your holiday experience. There is a vast variety of things to do and see or indeed just to relax and unwind and let the atmosphere of Ireland wash over you. Guests can immerse in the spectacle of the wondrous landscapes that can be viewed around every corner, take in the hospitalities of the local people, visit one of the many attractions, walk along the sandy beaches, visit historical sites or explore the charming towns and villages of Kerry. Guests could also choose to enjoy a more energetic holiday of golfing, fishing, horse riding, surfing or sample the landscape by walking or hiring a bicycle.