One apartment and one suite, both self-catering, form the core of the accomodation offer at the legendary Iskeroon, David and Geraldine Hare’s gorgeous County Kerry house. But then, saying that is a bit like saying that Rembrandt was a guy who painted pictures, including a few self-portraits.
What you need to know about David and Geraldine’s Iskeroon, then is that its location is other-worldly wonderful, other-worldy unbelieveable. Set in acres of semi-tropical gardens that run down to the sea on the Ring of Kerry, you feel you are in a world apart when you are here, and it’s a feeling that stays with you always. The most gorgeous place to stay, in one of the mosy gorgeous places on the planet
The “other-worldly” aspect of this beautiful house, its other-worldly location at the water’s edge, the sense of somehow being adrift from the mainland – though you are still on it, albeit only just – and the mix of design styles collated together in the suites, all conspire to create a luxe template of comfort in which to lose yourself. David and Geraldine have always been careful to safeguard “the personal touch and warm welcome people have come to expect at Iskeroon”. It’s right here, in a house which is quite simply unique, a place unto itself, at the edge of the earth.
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