About the House
This unique and traditional farm house is the birth place of Antarctic explorer Tom Crean. The original house in excess of 200 years old but has been recently renovated and modernised yet holds much of its old character and charm. 3km west of Annascaul village, the farmhouse is set in 2 acres of eco- friendly fields overlooking panoramic views of the valley. The house is beautifully appointed, combining the old and new to create a beautiful, comfortable and cosy stay.
The house sleeps 5 but also has a sofa bed available for an extra guest. The house has a beautiful farmhouse style kitchen, living room and 3 bedrooms upstairs. This farm house offers a unique stay in peaceful surroundings. Stunning country side walks and areas to explore. A hidden gem of the main Dingle Peninsula
Holiday Accommodation in Dingle
We have a number of properties ideal for your holiday in Dingle. See the list below for more information.