This is almost certainly the most beautiful view in Ireland – sea and sky and that’s about it. You drop down a steep hill, turn left at the tiny pier, then rumble up the track and arrive in paradise. Expect nothing but peace and wild beauty and some very friendly chickens. There are paths to whisk you up to the cliffs or down to the beach, the latter perfect for picnics and cricket and swimming; boats to the Skelligs leave from the pier. Back at the coach house you’ll find a gorgeous apartment and a suite, one up, one down. The upstairs floods with light and comes with decked terrace looking out to sea. The downstairs one is larger – and if you’re here for a week you’ll be grateful for the extra space. Both are generously priced and come in delicious style: warm colours, smart fabrics, lovely bathrooms, books galore. Super kitchens (neatly fitted on the landing of the upstairs space) have all you’ll need to whisk up a three-course meal. There are gardens, too, semi-tropical no less, that are full of rare Kerry lilies. Don’t miss Derrynane, an invigorating walk along the cliffs. Out of this world.