Cloghane, Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry (10343)

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Cloghane, Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry (10343)
City/Town
Dingle Peninsula
County
Telephone
01756 707 720
Log Cabin
No
Price Info
The price shown is the average price per week. This does not take into account seasonal variation. Please visit the owners website to obtain an accurate idea of price.
Jacuzzi / Hot Tub
no
Pet Restrictions and Welcome Areas
Please check the Imagine Ireland website prior to booking to check if any charges apply.

If you are taking your pet on holiday, you must respect these few simple, common sense requests:
- Please keep your pets off the furniture
- Please exercise your pets outside the garden
- Please remove pet hairs from carpets before you leave
- Please don
Bryn Meirion Bach is a fantastic conversion of an old woollen mill warehouse, set over three floors, in the centre of Dolgellau, North Wales. The property is perfect for couples and small families, with a double bedroom and a single bedroom with exposed beams and purlins on the second floor, along with a bathroom. On the first floor, the open plan living area houses a kitchen with a breakfast bar and a sitting area. There is an entrance hall on the ground floor with a woodburner-style electric fire, offering you a warm welcome, while outside, the rear, enclosed courtyard is a great spot for alfresco dining in the summer months. There is a parking space for a small-medium car in a garage and additional roadside parking on the street. Offering oodles of character and charm, the mill has sash windows and you can even view the remaining mill workings! There is lots to explore in the immediate area, from walking and cycling routes to castles and beautiful sandy beaches, making Bryn Meirion Bach a great base for uncovering the secrets and delights of North Wales.Bryn Meirion Bach is a fantastic conversion of an old woollen mill warehouse, set over three floors, in the centre of Dolgellau, North Wales. The property is perfect for couples and small families, with a double bedroom and a single bedroom with exposed beams and purlins on the second floor, along with a bathroom. On the first floor, the open plan living area houses a kitchen with a breakfast bar and a sitting area with a living flame-effect gas fire. There is an entrance hall on the ground floor with a woodburner-style electric fire, offering you a warm welcome, while outside, the rear, enclosed courtyard is a great spot for alfresco dining in the summer months. There is a parking space for a small-medium car in a garage and additional roadside parking on the street. Offering oodles of character and charm, the mill has sash windows and you can even view the remaining mill workings! There is lots to explore in the immediate area, from walking and cycling routes to castles and beautiful sandy beaches, making Bryn Meirion Bach a great base for uncovering the secrets and delights of North Wales.

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