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This area may have travel restrictions related to COVID-19.
Sleeps 2-5, 3 bdrms, 2 shower, idyllic romantic retreat for all seasons.
Damage and incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property that is caused by you or your party during your stay.
Pets allowed - Please check with owner firstPlease check with owner first
Max guests: 5
- English, Danish
About Susannah Adlington
My name is Susannah Adlington and I am a portrait artist living in Hampshire, England with my husband Michael. My father’s family have had Irish connections for several hundred years, and my parents bought Westcove House in the early 60s … since then four generations of our family have been enjoying holidays here – we just love the place and feel sure that you would too. Indeed many of our guests return to Westcove time and time again – something which we view as the highest form of praise!
Susannah Adlington purchased this Cottage in 1961
Why Susannah Adlington chose Caherdaniel
This building is a traditional 18th century stone cottage, originally built for farm workers for Westcove House. After years of being used as a workshop we recently been converted Garden Cottage to a high standard and it now consists of a spacious living room with kitchen, dining area, a wood burning stove and large patio doors opening south to a stone terrace and magnificent views over the Kenmare Estuary.
What makes this Cottage unique
Whilst in the grounds of Westcove House, the cottage is totally secluded and makes an idyllic retreat - especially during quieter months. In summer, open the doors onto the south facing terrace overlooking the sea and enjoy a meal cooked on the built-in barbecue. During winter you can enjoy the warm glow of the wood-burning stove whilst looking through the large patio doors at the grazing Soay sheep and the ever-changing light glistening over the sea and mountains beyond.