Rent a cottage and make the most of your time off. We have lovely cottages to rent on a remote headland in southwest of Ireland. Brandon is located on the northern side of the dingle peninsula in Co. Kerry. The holiday homes are located at Brandon point in a peaceful, unspoilt area with spectacular view of Brandon bay and surrounding mountains. The Stone Farmhouse and the Stone Cottage each has its own site with a style of their own rather than the monotonous same colour and layout type constructions that you find in some holiday villages The cottage has unobstructed mountain and sea views from every window. Brandon has been described as the Land of extremes, extreme isolation at Europe's periphery, extreme beauty of land, water and sky.
Brandon Point has been designated a discovery point on the Wild Atlantic Way. The Cloghane Brandon Area is a Gaeltacht area meaning it is one of the few regions in Ireland where Gaelic is still used daily. We are very proud of our culture and have a fantastic nights entertainment weekly to keep our traditions alive. The Tinteán Ceoil ( music by the fire side) is on in Cloghane Village 4 miles away.
Cot, High chair, baby monitors
There is a farmers market in dingle on Friday mornings.
At Tralee follow signs for Dingle N86.
Continue forward onto the N86 Entering Blennerville.
Continue forward onto the N86 Entering Camp Cross.
Continue forward onto the R560 Entering Aughacasla.
Turn right onto the R560 (signposted Connor Pass).
Follow signs for Cloghane or An Clochán , Brandon or Bréanainn.
Our house is the 2nd House in Cloghane Village with a Brandon Bay Cottages Sign.
From Cloghane continue to Brandon Point - cottage last house on left.
The Great Outdoors: Brandon is a wonderful place to spend your holidays. Brandon - Cloghane is situated on the northern side of the dingle peninsula, tucked at the base of Mount Brandon and washed by the sparkling surf of Brandon Bay, the Cloghane Brandon region is surely one of the great beauty spots of the world. Here an exhilarating blend of mountain, sea and sky entice the visitor to linger, often longer than planned.
A fine selection of way marked trails through the Cloghane-Brandon hills have made the area a favourite destination for hill walkers. Walks range from short shoreline strolls to the high level Brandon Ridge Walk. The local walking guide book and No. 70 O.S Map are the ideal companions for all who wish to experience our special blend of hills, valleys and Atlantic coastline.
In Cloghane-Brandon, there is a choice between shore angling at Cappa and Fermoyle strands or casting for trout and salmon in the Owenmore River Valley below the Conor Pass.
In Cloghane-Brandon, the close proximity of mountains, sea and moorland makes for an interesting mix of wild flowers, ranging from seaside plants like sea pink to Alpine saxifrages. In between are the beathland, meadow and roadside plants. In summer scarlet fuchsia, purple foxglove, yellow and orange\red combine with other flowers such as the deep violet, great butter wort, bright yellow asphodel and heath spotted orchid of the Bogland to provide a memorable blaze of colour.
The tidal estuary of Cloghane Creek is a favourite haunt of curlews, oyster catchers, herons and many other waders. Cormorants, razor bills and guillemots find it a rich fishing ground. Fulmars nest at Brandon point, off which majestic gannets wheel and plummet in their spectacular quest for food. Another impressive aerial performer, the red-billed may also be observed at Brandon Point, soaring in the distraught, or feeding on the close-cropped hillside.