THIS IS the closest thing you'll get to living in a fairytale.
The Wild Atlantic Way is one of the most famous, inspiring and invigorating coastal touring routes in the world, offering ecstatic beauty to whichever travellers are lucky enough to grace its path.
Now just imagine you can experience this feeling every day-- just by looking out the window.
A County Kerry cottage which has gone up for sale on myhome.ie is nestled on an elevated site in the Irish countryside, just 100 metres from the stunning Reen Beach and which offers views of the sea, the Ring of Kerry and the Beara peninsula.
The three-bed, two-bath cottage is named Suaimhneas, the Irish for peace or tranquility-- and it's easy to see why.
Suaimhneas is 4 kilometres from the nearest town and sits between two clean and peaceful beaches. It is located in one of Kerry's 'Dark Sky' reserves, where artificial light is restricted in order to provide the brightest starry nights possible-- perfect for any budding astronomer or anyone who just likes to watch the sky.
The beach is your back yard in this exquisite property...
...but the actual garden is nothing to be scoffed at either. Described by the agency as 'every gardener's paradise', it contains shrubs, trees and even a small apple orchard-- and the short road to Reen beach is full of wildflowers.
As well as the rural setting and traditional style, Suaimhneas has comes with an authentic wood-burning stove (as well as all the mod-cons you'd need).
The property is being offered by Sherry Fitzgerald Kenmare and is listed on myhome.ie.
To find out more or to make an offer (if you have a spare half a million lying around, that is), you can visit the website here.