Killorglin - Cromane Holiday Homes
White Sands is situated near Cromane Village in a peaceful rural setting overlooking Lough Yganavan. There is a choice of three properties depending on the size of your party, all with spectacular view of the Macgillycuddy's Reeks. A semi-detached house which comprises of a four bedroom and a two bedroom holiday house and also a detached two bedroomed cottage.
The 4 bedroom house is a semi-detached property tastefully decorated to a very high standard. All four bedrooms are ensuite, two with double beds and two with twin beds, and so can accommodate a party of 8 people. There is a large dining room, a kitchen which is fully equipped and includes a dishwasher, microwave and a clothes washer/dryer. On the second floor is a large lounge which opens out onto a balcony with spectacular view of the lake and mountains, here one can relax, read or just savour the pure fresh countryside; or if lucky watch the moonlight shining over the glistening clear waters of the lake, or perhaps see a rainbow.
The 2 bedroom house is semi-detached to the above mentioned four bedroomed house and is also tastefully decorated to a very high standard. The two bedrooms are ensuite with one double bedroom and one triple bedroom and so can accommodate a party of 5 people. There is a mezzanine lounge with a television, a kitchen which is fully equipped and includes a dishwasher, microwave and a clothes washer/dryer. Both properties have their own separate garden and entrance.
The 2 bedroom cottage is adjacent to the owner's residence. One of the bedrooms is ensuite with a double bed and the other bedroom has twin beds, main bathroom with shower, and so can accommodate a party of 4 people. The house has a charming half door entrance, pine floors and a kitchen/living room fully equipped to include a clothes washer/dryer and a microwave.
White Sands Properties is situated off the main Ring of Kerry road, 8km South West of Killorglin Town and 6km from Glenbeigh Village, near the fishing village of Cromane. Cromane has its toes in the Atlantic and this will suggest that the main source of natural wealth are its beauty and fishing. Beautiful indeed, with stunning views of the Brandon mountain range and the Macgillicuddy reeks. While salmon and trout has been fished for generations from Cromane, the principal harvest of the area in recent years has been mussels, it is the largest natural bed in Ireland. The famous Dooks Golf Course is located just 2km away making White Sands the golfers paradise. The pebble beach at Cromane is just 1.5km away and is safe for swimming with stunning view of Slieve Mish mountain. The Cromane regatta is held from this beach. White Sands is central for touring all the scenic routes of County Kerry, including the Ring of Kerry, Dingle Peninsula, the towns of Tralee and Killarney and a trip to the Skellig Rock making it the perfect base for a holiday.
Day Trips, Local Attractions & Festivals
Visit the busy town of Killarney
Tour the Ring of Kerry
Kenmare Easter Walking Festival - April
Kenmare Walking Festival - May
Kenmare Kerry Festival of Music - June
Waterville Summer Splash - July
Cahirciveen Celtic Music Festival - August
Killorglin Puck Fair - August
Sneem Welcome Home Festival - August
Glenbeigh Chamber Music Retreat Lodges - September
How To Get Here
Take the main Ring of Kerry road, N70, from Killorglin towards Glenbeigh for approximately 2.5km. Take the right hand turn which is signposted for Cromane and follow this route for 5.5km and at the church take the left hand turn and continue for 0.5km. White Sands is located on the left hand side of the road. The owners are available in the first bungalow to welcome you and show you to your holiday accommodation.
Sat Nav Co-ordinates: N 52.105589, W -9.899427
What Our Guests Say
Oh to be in Kerry on a balmy summers day!
We wish we could stay longer, we don't want to go away.
For our first visit to this Isle must sadly end tomorrow.
We'll leave this lovely house and view reluctantly in sorrow.
Many a time we've gazed upon MacGillycuddy Reeks
To watch the changing colours of those great majestic peaks.
The little lake beyond the house has trilled us as it gleams
With reflected sunshine or the moons much softer beams.
Here are some excursions that we've enjoyed the most:
Body boarding at Rossbeigh, just along the coast,
Walking to Bray Head to gaze upon the Skellig Islands,
A steep climb up Mt. Mangerton with views across the highlands
The beehive huts and Gallarus near Slea Head (just past Dingle)
Where we could see the Blasket Isles and waves creating shingles
The beach at Caherdaniel with its water clear and cool,
And the hearty of our party enjoyed the sights from Carrantuohill
Two special treats in August were the Dingle Duck Race - quite insane
And the fiercesome competition at the Regatta in Cromane.
The only thing to cheer us going back to Conventry
Is the hope of coming here again when we cross the Irish Sea.
Michelle Clarke, English