WE'VE found your dream Irish getaway. Thank us later.
Just picture it, waking up in a cosy country hideout, overlooking the utterly stunning Kerry Mountains and Coulagh Bay below, with wild coastline stretching as far as you can see, and a crisp Irish breeze greeting you every time you poke your head out of the window.
What could be better?
The Beara peninsula is quite possibly one of the most underrated sections of the Wild Atlantic Way.
Tucked away right at the bottom, nestled above the southern tip of the country, it's oft forgotten about, particularly as a distinct lack of main roads make it fairly isolated, but that's all part of the charm.
Now, onto the house itself.
This stone-walled beauty has three bedrooms, one bathroom, an open-planned kitchen/living room area and has fantastic sea views, and is on the market for €270,000.
Best of all though, there's a small wooden chalet outside, which overlooks the bay, and it's might as well be heaven. A masterstroke by the owners.
Expect fabulous sunsets given you'll be on the west coast, here.
The village of Eyeries is just 5km away, which has a number of shops, bars, restaurants and cafes for you to enjoy.
The Urhan inn is just a stone's throw down the road too if you fancy a visit to the pub - which everyone presumably does.
For more information, see the full listing here.