We are aware that many people are concerned about their bookings and the impact of coronavirus on their holiday.
We have received many enquiries about booking terms and conditions
Holidaymaker bookings are made directly with property owners. Each property owner will have individual cancellation policies and local coronavirus information.
Please enquire directly with the respective owners as to the current situation with any bookings.
As we receive new information and guidance from government we will update this information.
Kind regards, The Simply Owners Team
Taking the lockdown into account, we expect holidaymakers and homeowners to follow current government advice with regard to booking rental properties.
Our website remains 100% functional without any restrictions for:
Holidaymakers to contact owners about existing bookings.
Holidaymakers to contact owners about future bookings, past any lockdown period.
Councils and keyworkers to contact owners regarding accommodation for NHS staff and other individuals in need.
Please contact the owner directly to confirm the price and
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Our cottage is located in Kerry, on the renowned "Wild Atlantic way" which comfortably sleeps 6 people is set among a small cluster of holiday cottages overlooking a sandy beach on Ferriter's Cove with the Atlantic Ocean and the Blasket Islands on one side and an 18-hole links golf course on the other, with Mount Brandon, Ireland's second highest mountain, in the background. The house overlooks Ceann Sibeal where last Star Wars V111 movie was filmed. The Dingle Peninsula is situated in the South West corner of the island of Ireland on the western edge of Europe. Dun an Oir lies in the heart of the peninsula, a place where the Irish language is the spoken tongue, where traditions have been preserved for thousands of years. The views from the cottages take in the Blasket Islands, Mount Brandon and the three peaks known as the Three Sisters. The area has much to offer the visitor including; glorious beaches, fishing, hill walking, water sports ,pony trekking, traditional Irish pubs, superb restaurants and golf at the Cheann Sibeal Golf Course where the public are very welcome.