This is a newly built little piece of heaven on the Skelligs ring on the Wild Atlantic Way sa Ghaeltacht. It is a wonderful location for families and couples young and old. A wonderland and a romantic hideaway. 2 minutes walk from Driftwood Surf Cafe 3 minutes walk from St Finan's Bay 5 minutes walk from the local playground and 7 minutes walk from Skelligs Chocolate Factory, you might be lucky enough to get the golden ticket like Charlie!
房源空間 Tabhair cuairt ar an nGleann inar tógadh mé! Come and see the STARS. Kerry dark Sky Reserve right here at St. Finan's Bay. St Finan's Bay is the nearest landpoint to the Skelligs Island which featured hugely in the most recent Star Wars Movies. Take a stroll to the beach where you'll have spectacular views of the Skelligs and more.
See the STARS. Féach ar na réaltaí at Kerry dark Sky Reserve, stroll to the beach or sit in the garden while you daze.
At the beach you'll see the Skellig Rock, Puffin Island (which the house is named after). You will often sea a strong surfer riding the waves at our beautiful beach as the gannets and other seabirds dive in the bay.
St. Finian's Bay is on the Skellig Ring on the Wild Atlantic Way: 7km from Ballinskelligs 8km from Portmagee.
St Finan's Bay is the nearest landpoint to the Skelligs Island which featured hugely in the most recent Star Wars Movies. Trips to the Skelligs can be booked from the Bay.
Below is how The Lonely Planet describe the Skellig Ring: "This scenic and little-travelled 18km route links Portmagee, Valentia Island and Waterville via a Gaeltacht (Irish-speaking) area centred on Ballinskelligs (Baile an Sceilg). Many undertake it as a detour from the Ring of Kerry, but it's a wonderful destination in its own right.
The area is wild and beautiful, with the ragged outline of Skellig Michael never far from view. This dramatic island housed a remote monastery between the 6th and 12th centuries and is now an important site for puffins, gannets and guillemots. Its appearance as a location in Star Wars: The Force Awakens means it hogs the limelight, but elsewhere on the Skellig Ring you'll find historic resorts, colourful houses, walking trails and a history that takes in ancient vertebrates and the transatlantic telegraph."