WHEN WOULD YOU LIKE TO STAY?
Located on the Wild Atlantic Way it's the half way stopping point on world famous Ring of Kerry, this Milestone Heritage Site situated in Waterville Village traces its origins to the First Transatlantic Telegraph Cables layed from Ireland/Europe to USA in 1866. The remarkable story of the telegraph and the nineteenth century's online pioneers - stay with us and experience this remarkable aspect of Irelands history and culture.
That incomparable Irish mist, we reveal the Ireland you had only dreamed of - colourful, unstuffy, and a infectiously attractive mix of styles and people. Polished floors, robust Irish cooking, medicinal whiskeys, fly-fishing and storytelling characters, Islands, mountains, and goats who own the road, everchanging skies, magical wishing wells. Believe every word you hear about the beauty of Waterville Ring of Kerry, however its the warm hearted friendly people whose healing inheritance will nurture and settle you along with a majestic landscape and its power to embrace and nourish you.
Margaret and Alan that run this B&B are fantastic, nothing was too much trouble for them. Even recommending a local hotel/pub so that we could experience local produce when their seafood restaurant was closed one of the nights when we were there. We were not disappointed with their recommendation or the food we received at the Old Cable House. We enjoyed a very relaxed few days and would definately book with them again!
Very nice accommodation, kind staff and good price. I can recommend it.
Lovely room, very nice hosts, breakfast was excellent and plenty. I felt very welcome.
Just off the N70 Ring of Kerry Road Waterville drive into Cable Station continue into Station - keep right - winding with the road. The Old Cable House is at the other end of the Station on right hand side - white coloured building (not to be confused with Cable Office Building which is a natural stone building). You are home now - welcome.
Your Host: Margaret Brown
Our Postal Address:
Old Cable House B&B,
Ring of Kerry,
+353 66 9474233
+353 87 621 7994