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Kenmare. Kerry
All Year: April, May 2016
Area (ha): 1/2 acre
Persons: 1
Category: Homestay
Host ID: 45652
Country: Ireland

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Last Updated: April 2, 2016

Strong practical person required to help with clearing a large slope full of willows and brambles. This would be more suitable work for a man. Grass cutting, log cutting / chain saw use. General maintenance and DIY/painting.

We have a boat and help is needed to scrub the bottom and get it shipshape for sailing in the Spring. Weather dependant some fishing and sailing can be done and even better if you like the sea and would like to learn to sail and learn navigation. Stella has her own studio room if you would like to join her for some Art lessons.

Some cooking and clearing up after meals would be helpful. Fridays/ Saturday and Sundays are free days for you to explore and relax. In exchange for 5 hours work Mon to Thurs inc - all meals are included.

We live in a glorious rural location, about 12k from Kenmare town on the Beara Peninsular. We are a fairly easy going couple with 7 you must like animals. You will have your own private bedroom / ks bed and bathroom with shower. You will be one of the family and are welcome to use the internet and join in with sailing, fishing and days out and meeting the locals. The pub is 21/2 miles at Kilmackilogue pier. Our area is rural and quiet so would not suit someone who needs the bright lights of the city.

Plenty of scope for outdoor pursuits, swimming, sailing, hill walking and just enjoying the countryside and sea views from a deckchair.

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