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Churchtown House Kerry

Entire villa
hosted by Jonathan
  1. 12 guests
  2. 6 bedrooms
  3. 7 beds
  4. 6.5 baths
Great location
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Free cancellation for 48 hours.


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Providing the option of luxury self-catered accommodation in Beaufort, Killarney, Churchtown House is a large & spacious 18th Century historic Country House, situated at the foot of the world famous McGillicuddy Reeks Mountain Range. Accommodation is provided in the main house with a total of 6 guest bedrooms, that can sleep 12-14 people comfortably.

The space
Churchtown House is ideally located in the charming village of Beaufort just off the main Ring of Kerry route with easy access to the Iveragh, Dingle & Beara Peninsulas. The house sits alongside Beaufort Golf Course & is an ideal base to play golf as well as indulge in the adventure side of life, with hiking, cycling, kayaking, fishing & a host of other adventure opportunities on its doorstep.

Where you'll sleep

Bedroom 1
1 double bed
Bedroom 2
1 king bed
Bedroom 3
2 single beds

What this place offers

Free parking on premises
TV with standard cable
Air conditioning
Private patio or balcony
Private backyard – Fully fenced
Indoor fireplace

Where you’ll be

Beaufort, County Kerry, Ireland

MacGillycuddy Reeks - Na Cruacha Dubha.
Kerry’s Iveragh Peninsula is the most mountainous part of Ireland and its eastern boundary is the range of mountains known as MacGillycuddy’s Reeks, known locally as The Reeks. The Reeks are approximately 100 square kilometres in area and are bounded by the Gap of Dunloe to the East, Glencar to the West, the Black and Bridia Valleys to the south and the lowlands around Beaufort to the north.

They are home to Ireland’s highest mountain, Carrauntoohil, which peaks at 1,039 metres, as well as to the only two other mountains in Ireland that reach over 1,000 metres in height, Beenkeragh and Caher. As the Irish word cruach (meaning stack or reek) suggest, many of the mountains in the group rise to symmetrical peaks. At the foot of the MacGillicuddy reeks sits Churchtown House which is the centre piece of the Churchtown Estate.

The house is a Georgian house built in 1740 by Sir Roland Blennerhassett. The estate was bought in 1860 by James Magill who turned it into one of the largest dairy farms of its time in the Southwest region. James’s grandson and great grandsons closed the farm in the early nineties and developed Beaufort Golf Club, which was officially opened in 1995 and is described today by golfers as the ‘hidden gem’ of golf in the South West. One of the best views of the MacGillicuddy Reeks can be seen from the house and golf course.

7 nights in Beaufort

Dec 8, 2022 - Dec 15, 2022

5.0 out of 5 stars from 3 reviews

Hosted by Jonathan

Joined in December 2018
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During your stay

The house is situated next to Beaufort Golf Club, where the host will be available for guests to call into anytime. The club also offers a full bar and restaurant if guests wish to dine next door.
  • Response rate: 100%
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