1 double , 1 twin , 1 with 3 single beds. 2 bathrooms, sleeps 7+cot
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 30 days before check-in.
- 50% refund (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 14 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 14 days before check-in.
Damage and incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Max guests: 7
Peaceful homely location
We booked this property last minute and Janet & Eamon were nothing but accommodating, providing us with homemade jam and eggs on our arrival! They were very kind and the house was just beautiful... We used it as our base when visiting Dingle town and travelling to the beach, a five minute walk down the road! Would definitely go back and would 100% recommend to anyone as I have done already!!
Cosy, comfortable cottage in a good location.
The owners provide everything you would ever need in this old cottage. Welcome eggs and homemade marmalade on arrival and a friendly welcome from the owner. Location good although have to drive to eat out at local pub in evening. Can walk to a small local beach. Fantastic location for exploring the peninsula.
Lovely rural cottage
Idyllic location, beautiful walks to nearby beach and Cloghane village and short drive to Connor Pass/Dingle.
Wonderful garden with plenty of scope for games and adventure for the children.
We loved the cottage and its idyllic situation. The owners were most helpful and friendly and we particularly enjoyed the fresh eggs and utterly delicious cake that greeted our arrival. The spaciousness of the cottage and its garden were a great bonus
There's an amazing local shop 3 kms away and, though we mostly did our own cooking, the local pubs provided particularly fine fish and chips and great hospitality. Thoroughly recommended.
Thank you for your review which will be helpful to future guests. As you say, the cottage and garden are spacious and it is difficult to show this in photographs. I will also pass on your compliments to the local shop who have to constantly strive to compete with the big giants! We are happy you had an enjoyable holiday in the Cloghane Brandon area.
Great family break..
Bats in the roof space added a nature experience to a great break!
There have been bats in the roof space of Direen Cottage for at least 50 years and even remained there when the cottage was reroofed. They go in for the 2 month breeding season and then leave after the summer to hibernate. They are a protected species in Ireland and are completely harmless. Their presence adds to the wonderful natural garden that extends around the cottage. We were delighted you enjoyed your family break in Cloghane.
Direen Cottage is situated on the Wild Atlantic Way in the Cloghane area of the Dingle Peninsula on the edge of Brandon Bay; 22 miles from Tralee and 20 minutes over the beautiful Conor Pass to Dingle. Sea, mountains and open countryside make up the majestic scenery viewed from the cottage. Direct flights with Ryanair bring you to Kerry Airport, 50 minutes drive from Direen Cottage. Ryanair have direct flights to Frankfurt Hahn, London Stansted, London Luton and now a new route just launched Kerry to Berlin Schonefeld. Aer Lingus fly Dublin to Kerry. there are direct routes to Alicante and Faro. Shannon and Cork Airports are both 100 miles and car journey takes approximately 2 and half hours (Renters wanting to benefit from cheap flights from Stansted to Kerry, Cork or Shannon would be interested in B and B and parking at Puttocks Farm near Stansted . French visitors can sail Roscoff to Cork and the cottage is just a 2 hour drive from the ferry. Some of the main visitor activities would be a climb up Mount Brandon, a boat trip with Fungi the dolphin, a relaxing Guinness on Brandon Pier, a surf on Fermoyle Strand or the Maharees or a shopping trip in Dingle over the majestic Connor Pass. Siamsa Na Tire folk Theatre of Ireland is only a 30 minute drive to Tralee for spectacular live performances,
Eamonn and Janet Murphy
About Eamonn and Janet Murphy
Eamonn born and lived all his life in Brandon farming the family farm. Janet born in England and moved to Brandon when she married Eamonn in 1982. They have a family of 4 sons. Eamonn and Janet work the farm and sell local produce of veg, honey and eggs through the local Dingle Market.
Eamonn and Janet Murphy purchased this Cottage in 1968