Wheelchair accessible holidays for the disabled at Templenoe Heights
Sleeps: 4 (Self-Catering)Prices From: £230.00 to £500.00
- Level Access Shower
- Disabled Parking
- WiFi Available
Holiday home of a wheelchair user near Kenmare on the Ring of Kerry. 6 miles from heritage town of Kenmare with its award winning restaurants and pubs. Large south facing garden and patio. Barbeque. Stunning views over bay to Caha Mountains. Pub, golf and pebble beach 1.5 miles. Swimming pool, sailing and kayaking all approx 8 miles. Excellent base for day drives to Killarney National Park, Iveragh and Beara Peninsulas. Care Assistant available by arrangement. Foldaway bed available. Free WiFi.
Wheel In Shower
Assisted Shower Chair
Car park at rear of cottage. Paving to the rear and front doors which are both accessible. Level / ramped. No steps.
Door Width 80cm
Total no. of bedrooms with ensuite 
Total no. of bedrooms without ensuite 
Total no. of accessible bathrooms 
Room types available : [Twin]
Bedroom doorway width 80cm.
Height of lowest bed (floor to top of mattress) 57cm.
Distance between floor and bottom of bed base 3cm.
Bed raisers are available.
Lights can be turned off in bed.
Bathroom doorway width 80cm
Height of lowest toilet (from floor to seat) 47cm
Height of highest toilet (from floor to seat) 47cm
Grab rails are available in the shower.
Disabled Parking Available
Distance to Town : 6
If you want to see Kerry at its best, come to Kenmare (pop. approx 1,600). This award winning heritage town is situated at the head of Kenmare Bay in breathtaking scenery in what is considered to be one of the most unspoilt environments in Europe. Its location makes it the perfect base for discovering the South West of Ireland.To the north lie the Macgillicuddy Reeks and the 10,000 hectare Killarney National Park with its mountains and views of the famous Lakes. To the west the scenic route of the Ring of Kerry runs along the coastline of the Iveragh Peninsula for approx 100 miles of dramatic views, pretty villages, sandy beaches and coves, and archeological sites. To the south is the wild, rugged Beara Peninsula with the spectacular Healy Pass. Kenmare itself is a buzzing lively town, renowned for its restaurants and pubs. Visit the local websites www.kenmare.com and www.neidin.net.
Local activities include sailing, kayaking, canoeing and fishing, all of which can be arranged through the local StarSailing Activity Centre (www.staroutdoors.ie) - they will facilitate wheelchair users where possible. Cruises on Kenmare Bay can be arranged through Seafari (www.seafari.ie), there is wheelchair access with crew help, though not at low tide. Templenoe Heights is approx 30 mins. drive from the famous Great Southern Hotel at Parcnasilla. Their swimming pool and leisure complex is open to the public. Templenoe Heights is located immediately behind the Ring of Kerry Golf and Country Club (www.ringofkerrygolf.com). There are many festivals and local events throughout the year, usually advertised on the local websites. Mobile phone available by prior request.
Airport : Farranfore (Kerry Airport)
Flight Time: 45 mins.