The village of Caherdaniel is located on the Ring of Kerry in Kerry, Ireland Based on the beautiful south western side of the Iveragh Peninsula, across from the gorgeous Derrynane Bay, it is a stunning place for a rural retreat holiday. Caherdaniel is made up of a collection of cottages surrounded by a landscape of hills and as such has plenty to recommend it for peaceful self-catering getaways.
About Caherdaniel for Cottage Holidays
This is an absolutely stunning part of Ireland with spectacular scenery. There are also plenty of opportunities to spot wildlife and birds of prey such as the white-tailed eagle for those keen on nature whilst enjoying a break here.
Caherdaniel is very small but there is a lot to do in the surrounding areas on a cottage holiday. The Ring of Kerry itself is a popular tourist trail which passes by some incredible scenery including Lough Leane and Moll’s Gap, and if you enjoy walking and hiking, the Ring of Kerry comes highly recommended. Lovers of the sea and beaches will adore the sandy shores of Derrynane Bay and its enclosed and picturesque harbour. The waters are also perfect for sports such as canoeing, surfing, diving and wakeboarding, so if you like to get active on holiday then visiting Caherdaniel is a great place to do so.
There are lots of other things to do in and around this peaceful village on a cottage break such as having a game of golf with a group of friends or going horse riding through the hills and winding lanes of Caherdaniel and its neighbouring villages. There is plenty to do for families as well, making it the perfect village to take the kids to on a trip to County Kerry.
As well as sports and nature activities, Caherdaniel is home to lots of culture and history. The Derrynane House and National Park is located in the next village of Castlecove and dates back to the late 18th century. This incredible Stone Fort is great for a day trip as there is a lot to see here. Another great piece of history is the stone fort of Caher, dating from an almost unbelievable 600BC. This stone fort lends its name to the village and can be seen on the walking trail of The Kerry Way.
Caherdaniel is small but beautiful, and with a friendly population and lots of pubs, cafes and restaurants nearby to enjoy tasty local food, it is the perfect place in which to take the family for a special holiday in County Kerry. When it comes to finding the best place to stay we trust that you will find some great choices on Country Cottages Online. Choose from log cabins, rural retreat cottages, chalets and even large country houses for a truly special self-catering getaway.
Whether you choose to book a holiday cottage in Caherdaniel, an apartment, a lodge or another type of self-catering holiday accommodation, we hope you have your best holiday yet in Kerry.