Bird Watching

Listing Properties tagged with 'Bird Watching'

 

Showing 6 of 37 properties found.

Mullarkey's Chalet

County Waterford , Ireland

A wonderful, tiny wooden chalet balancing on the cliffs overlooking Ardmore Bay.
This comfortable little cottage is an ideal sanctuary for romantic breaks or quiet creative endeavours. Sleeps 2

Mullarkey's Chalet

Stable Cottage

County Wicklow , Ireland

High in the muscular mountains of Wicklow, surrounded by pastoral countryside, grazing sheep, woodland and the chatter of birds, this atmospheric farmyard conversion is an ideal HQ for indulging in a hiking or biking holiday.
With bustling Dublin City beckoning only an hour downhill, the forecast for adventure doubles… Sleeps 4

Stable Cottage

Mount Corrin

County Cork , Ireland

West Cork is a very special place.

Here, sheltered in the crook between Mizen and Sheeps heads, Mount Corrin exudes all the ambience and atmosphere of a neo-classical house - an oasis in a wilderness landscape. Sleeps 7  (11 with cottage)

Mount Corrin

Ballyganny House

County Donegal , Ireland

This architect styled holiday home in western Donegal faces the Atlantic across Loughros Beg Bay and was designed to capture some of the most stunning summer sunset views anywhere.
Right on the shore line, there are beaches, mountains and bays to be explored along this special section of the Wild Atlantic Way. Sleeps 7

Ballyganny House

Frog's Leap

County Cork , Ireland

Perched on a rise close to the southernmost point of Ireland, Frog’s Leap keeps constant look-out over the rolling surf of the Celtic sea.
At the end of a private lane, where the rich smell of the ocean beckons, and faced with rusty slate stone, this cosy compact home is furnished for comfort and finished with affection - a refuge for relaxation. Sleeps 6

Frog's Leap

Duibh Oilean House

County Mayo , Ireland

Big skies, narrow roads and Celtic mists are the setting for this peaceful cottage where time has a different meaning and nature calls the shots.
The Mullet peninsula is one of those unspoiled and under-explored gems of Ireland where the wind blows out the cobwebs, the tides set your clock, and the scale of the landscape is humbling. How can you resist?. Sleeps 8

Duibh Oilean House
 

Showing 6 of 37 properties found.