Welcome to Ait Sonny
Luxurious 3 bedroom self catering accommodation
Cahersiveen, Co. Kerry, Ireland
Nestled at the base of Beentee Mountain, just off the N70 main Ring of Kerry Road and ‘The Wild Atlantic Way’, Ait Sonny self catering accommodation overlooks Valentia Island and harbour. There is so much to see and do you will never want to leave!
This wonderful luxurious, detached cottage has recently been refurbished to very high standards and still holds the charm of an old traditional Irish farm house.
Stunning panoramic ocean views of the Atlantic Ocean, Dingle Bay and Valentia Island can be enjoyed from the magnficent conservatory. In the evening, you can enjoy a drink on the patio and observe the ferry to the island, whilst also watching the many magnificent sunsets.
Bouzrzeand – France
” A nice place to relax and enjoy the scenery .Thank you. “
Pete & Pauline – London
” A little piece of heaven on earth! Great house and great view. “
Bartjes Walf – Austria
” We had a great time here. The house was perfect. “
Monaghan Family – NI
” We enjoyed every minute and are sad to leave. “
O’Sullivan Family – Ireland
” Second time around, even better than the first time. We will be back. “
The Cook’s – UK
” See you soon, a fantastic house, we look forward to coming back. “
Bolger Family – Ireland
” A home from home , with better views! Thank you. “
The Cabrador’s – Wales
” A beautifully restored cottage with stunning views. Very relaxing. “
Self catering accommodation
on the Wild Atlantic Way
Ait Sonny is situated 5 minutes drive from the market town of Cahersiveen, which is steeped in culture and history, and can also be reached by walking the quiet country road with panoramic views. Waterville, which is famous for its world-renowned golf links and is only 15 minutes away. The fishing village of Portmagee, where you can get boat trips to the famous Skellig Rocks, either to walk in Luke Skywalker’s footsteps or to visit the astonishing bee hive huts, which were built by monks in the 6th century. This is one of Irelands UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
You might also enjoy a quiet evening in front of a cosy turf fire, looking out over the Atlantic ocean, or mixing with the locals in one of the numerous pubs along the Skellig coast for some traditional Irish music.