A lovely experience
A warm welcome awaits you at this gorgeous retreat in the peace and tranquillity of the Cork and Kerry mountains.
We have two spacious rooms on the first floor; when you wake up, you will enjoy the views of the mountains and the valley. Your friendly host, Karen or Jan, will welcome you for breakfast in the farmhouse kitchen with the original fireplace.
You are staying on a working smallholding farm. There is always something happening here. You can feed the chickens and donkeys – they love your attention.
Enjoy the South facing gardens with stunning views and privacy to sit, read, write, draw or sit and watch the birds and wildlife. Mountain Retreat Annagh More is situated in the Kerry UNESCO Biosphere Reserve
With the important tourist highlights from Killarney, County Cork and County Kerry nearby, you can’t go wrong when staying with us.
After a busy day, you follow the boreen road to the property, and your B&B room with stunning views awaits, surrounded by trees and with miles of nature at the front door.
News: The road from the N22 up to the mountain is beautifully renovated.
Read more in our A new road blog.
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Your hosts: Jan and Karen TetterooJan and Karen love to welcome you at Annagh More. We are available for any questions and do what we can to make you feel comfortable and at home. We know the area well; with so much to do and see close to Mountain Retreat Annagh More, we can make a variety of good recommendations for you:
- if you want to visit a hidden gem
- get a scenery route
- the best time to visit tourist attractions
We always do our best to ensure you don’t miss out on Kerry’s must-visit sights and attractions!
Karen and Jan were very kind and easy going. They offered suggestions for the area and made you feel very welcomed in their home. There
From the Blog
Lee Valley day trip in Hidden Ireland. Let us take you to a lesser known area of Co. Cork. Visit castles, a corn mill, a holy well, a stone circle, forests and ruined abbey. Centered around Macroom, and the Lee Valley. Climb Musheramore (644 m) and be a pilgrim in Gougane Barra. Experience The Gaeltacht in Cúil Aodha (Coolea) and Baile Bhuirne (Ballyvourney).