B and Bs in Waterville

Brookhaven House
New Line Road

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This is a purpose-built 4-star guest house, less than 1 km from the picturesque village of Waterville, situated half-way around the famous Ring of Kerry. You can enjoy luxurious and spacious en suite rooms, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and the Waterville golf course. You will also be less than a 2-minute drive from the newly opened Skellig Bay golf course and centrally located for all activities. Welcome to Brookhaven Luxury 4-star Bed & Breakfast Accommodation. Brookhaven is a purpose built, family run, Bord Fáilte approved guesthouse situated on the internationally renowned Ring of Kerry in the South West corner of Ireland.

Overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and Waterville Championship Golf Course, Brookhaven House is also within easy reach of other championship Golf courses in Killarney, Tralee and Ballybunion. But it's not just golf that makes Waterville the perfect holiday destination. It's also the perfect spot for hill walking, watersports, angling, diving and horse riding. Ideally suited to golfers and outdoor enthusiasts alike, we have drying room facilities for your convenience as well as a large garden for your relaxation.
While enjoying all that Waterville has to offer, why not stay in complete comfort at Brookhaven House. Our luxuriously fitted property has all of the conveniences you would expect from a four star accommodation.

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