Sitting peacefully on the south side of the Iveragh Peninsula in County Kerry is the idyllic and traditional village of Caherdaniel. A Caherdaniel holiday can be as active or as inactive as you want it to be, making it the ideal choice for all types of visitors. A Caherdaniel holiday rental cottage not only gives you all of the comforts of home but it also provides you with some spectacular scenery that will leave you with some wonderful memories of your time in this beautiful part of Ireland.
If you prefer not to simply relax and unwind in a cosy Caherdaniel holiday rental cottage then there are plenty of activities available to keep you busy. This includes outdoor pursuits such as swimming, fishing, walking, cycling, sailing, windsurfing, water skiing, golf and horse riding. The village also has some great attractions on its outskirts including the remains of the 7th century Caher Fort and Derrynane House, the former home of the political activist Daniel O’ Connell.
If you decide to venture out from your cosy Caherdaniel holiday rental cottage then it is worth taking the hour and a half journey to the Skelligs Michael. Skelligs Michael is an island which lies off of the coast and is the place after which the village of Ballinskelligs is named. The island is known to have been a religious site from the 7th century and has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. As well as some beautiful natural features and a Gaelic monastery at the top of the steep rocks, there is also The Hermitage, which is believed to have been a place of peace and isolation for the Christian monks to use.
If you are now considering reserving a fabulous Caherdaniel holiday rental cottage then you will be able to enjoy warm summers and mild, wet winters. The warmest months of the year to have a Caherdaniel holiday are usually July and August when the daytime temperature can reach as much as 19°C. The cooler months of December and January see the daytime temperature drop to around 9°C. The annual rainfall amount for the village is 44 inches with the wettest months tending to be October and November.
Travel to Caherdaniel, Ireland Travellers on a Caherdaniel holiday will most likely arrive at Kerry International Airport (KIR) which is about 21 miles away from the village. Airlines that have regular, affordable flights to the area include Ryanair and Aer Arann. Passengers can leave the UK from several UK airports such as Manchester (MAN), Stansted (STN) and London Luton (LTN).