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There is an excelent opportunity for 3 night stay and intensive healing 3 times a day in cosy Ardkearagh House. A lovely accommodation is available in 3 guest rooms with private bathrooms. The location Ardkearagh-Waterville is just scenic and spectacular with a wide view of the Ballinskelligs Bay. The price includes 3 dinners, 3 breakfasts, 2 suppers and full attention of the healer David von Ava who brought his herbs and experience from the Amazon jungle. Until another notice he heals arthritis, diabetes, cholesterol, pains, asthma, cancer of the reproductive organs, liver&kidney disorders above all.
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Waterville is located on the southwest coast of Ireland and offers a variety of interests for all ages. If travelling on the famous Ring of Kerry you will pass through Waterville. In the past it has been frequented by many dignitaries from all over the world. Charlie Chaplin, the silent -movie comic, spent many years holidaying in Waterville at the Butler Arms Hotel and there is a life - size bronze figure of the star on the main street. It has two world class golf courses and many of the top world golfers have played there over the years.The "Kerry Way" walking route passes through the Village and this is a major attraction for walking groups.Fishing is also a major attraction both on the coast and on the famous "Lough Currane" and Inny River. Lough Currane is one of the best sea-trout fisheries in Ireland.There are many sandy beaches to swim, sunbathe and relax and in summer time the water temperatures can be quite pleasant.
Water sports,sea tours and sea trips to the famous "Skelligs Rock" are all on offer and can be arranged locally. There are many top class restaurant's and hotels in the Village where you can dine and relax. The most outstanding attraction of all in Waterville is the breathtaking scenery with rugged mountains on one side and the Atlantic ocean on the other.
Ardkearagh House has a modern spacious eat-in kitchen which boasts a typical Irish peat / log burning solid fuel stove which creates a tranquil cozy atmosphere and simultaneously heats the other rooms also. From the kitchen and bedrooms located on the upper floor you can enjoy breath taking views of Ballinskelligs Bay and on a clear day the "Statue of Liberty" in New York might be possible if you could see far enough.
Luxuries: Log fire, Boat available for guest use, Sea view
General: Central heating, TV, CD player, Satellite TV
Standard:Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities: Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms: Bedrooms (3), Bathrooms (2), En suite (1), Shower rooms (2), WCs (3)
Furniture: Single beds (2), Double beds (2), Cots (1), Dining seating for 6, Lounge seating for 6, Sleeps maximum of 6
Other: Linen and towels provided.
Outdoors: Private garden, BBQ, Bicycles available, Private fishing lake / river
Access: Secure parking
Further details indoors: The heating system incorporates oil and solid fuel which is designed to work simultaneously or one system at a time. There is a pumped shower in the En suite bedroom which works off the heating system. Also there is an electric pumped shower in the shared upstairs bathroom which can be used when the heating systems are not on in warm summer weather. There is also a shower in the bath tub which is located in the downstairs bathroom. The cooker is electric with a four ring gas hob.
There is a spacious hot press which can be used for airing / storing additional clothing. The benefits of a stone constructed house are that on a warm sunny summers day the house is cool while in winter the house is much warmer than a block built house.
A - Derrynane
B - Ballinskelligs
C - Rossbehy Creek
D - Cahirsiveen
1 - Blackwater Pier
2 - Gleesk
3 - Lamb's Head
4 - Derrynane
5 - Hog's Head
6 - Waterville Beach
7 - Inny Strand
8 - St. Finian's Bay
9 - Culoo
10 - Knightstown
11 - Lough Kay
12 - Kells Bay
13 - Rossbeigh
The warm influence of the Gulf Stream which passes off the coast has a very positive and pleasant effect on climate of County Kerry all year round and is home to a sub -tropical vegetation. We never get extremes in temperature either in winter or summer which make's it a very pleasant part of the country to live in.
There are numerous places of both historical and scenic locations to visit in the area:
Daniel O Connell's house in Derrynane,stone fort's, old castle's,Skellig's Rock, Killarney National Park & Muckross House, Arts Centre "Cill Rialaig," and Crag Cave Castleisland are just some of the big attractions in the area.
The biggest attraction of all being the breathtaking views from the famous "Ring of Kerry" which is renowned for its beauty and rugged landscape. It is a natural wonderland of forest, blanket bog, river, lake, sandy beach and hill, including Ireland's highest peak, "Corran Tuathail".
The Dingle Peninsula is also renowned for it's rugged beauty and it was here that the film "Ryan's Daughter" starring Robert Mitchum was made. Slea Head which is located at the far end of the peninsula has some breathtaking scenery to offer.
So what's so special about Kerry? - What sets it apart from other holiday destinations? Well, for a start it has all the essential ingredients; great scenery, genuinely friendly people, lots to do and see, the highest standard of accommodation and numerous first class restaurants. However, it's the things that are unique to Kerry that make it such a popular visitor destination, such as its ancient history, its rich culture, the rare flora and fauna and a genuine pride of place by its people.
How to get there:
Ryanair is renowned for its cheap flights and has connections to most European countries. Aer Lingus which is the national airline also offers good value and has world wide destinations.
www.ryanair.com, www.aerlingus.com, www.aerarann.com, www.airsouthwest.com, www.jet2.com, www.delta.com, www.continental.com, www.cityjet.com, www.usairways.com, www.airtransat.ca, www.stenaline.co.uk, www.irishferries.com
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Coomcallee is the highest peak around Waterville and offers impressive view. In south direction you can see up to Beara Peninsula and Kenmare River between Beara and Iveragh. Then you set your eyes to long edge with peaks Eagles Hill, Mullaghbeg draging through the Coomakiste Pass gently to Atlantic Ocean where is end up at place called Hog's Head. You won't definitely overlook 5km wide Currane Lough, Ballinskelligs Bay and relatively narrow stripe between them where Waterville is.
View from Coomcallee peak in west direction offers a biggest island of Skelligs Rock - Skelligs Michael and favourite Valencia Island where the bridge from Portmagee leads to and ferry operates from Knight's Town to Reenard Point. With no difficulties you will recognize Knocknadobar peak dominating to Cahirsiveen city and you will see a part of Dingle Peninsula and Dingle Bay as well. A bit further to the north you could catch piece of Macgillycuddy's Reeks.
Descent from Coomcallee peak through the north clough takes longer time than ascent, because major part you would spend with marveling. Irresistibly and incessantly you are fascinated by foot of this hill which is 'deaf place' by the way (no reception) and by magic aerial view at Lough Nambrackdarrig, Lough Iskanamacteery, Lough Coomeathcun, Lough Cloonaghlin, Lough Namona and Lough Derriana.