On arriving at Moriarty's Farmhouse, guests are welcomed to the lounge for a cup of tea or freshly brewed coffee and homemade scones. They can then browse through an extensive collection of books on Ireland, Kerry, and the Dingle Peninsula. (Ted is a local expert on genealogy and history of the region.) The farm consists of 113 acres, 56 arable and the rest mountain and rough grazing (bog). The rough grazing area is deemed a NHA (National Heritage Area) habitat, a flora and wildlife preserve.
All six of the bedrooms have en-suite facilities, with sea views, tea and coffee facilities, clock radios, hairdryers, and electric blankets. In addition, each of the bedrooms has a television.
extensive breakfast menu
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