In a spectacularly beautiful setting on the Ring of Kerry, looking out across the Derrynane coast and out to the Skellig Islands, this extraordinary bed and breakfast is a serene and special place to stay. Built in the 1930s, the house isn’t large, but this merely adds to the feeling of special care and attention you experience from the moment you walk through the door. The two suites, with stone floors, king-sized beds, handmade furniture, and beautiful pieces of art, have been beautifully renovated. Fresh ingredients are provided for breakfast, but you prepare it yourself in the little kitchenette that comes with your suite as there’s no better location to enjoy a leisurely breakfast than your balcony overlooking the sea. The only downside is the 3-night minimum stay, but it hardly feels like a negative once you’re here. The former coach house on the grounds is rented out as a full self-catering accommodation for €450–€500 per week (depending on the time of year).