The Old Cable Historic House is a Designated Milestone Heritage Site tracing its origins to The First Transatlantic Telegraph Cable from Ireland to the USA in 1866. A halfway stopping point on the Ring of Kerry, the guesthouse is 5-minutes’ walk from Waterville beach.
At the house guests can experience the remarkable story of this defining moment in Ireland's and technological history.
With views of the ocean and the surrounding countryside this charming guesthouse offers bright, spacious rooms with Wi-Fi. Free parking is also available.
Cooked Irish and continental breakfasts are served daily and there is also a selection of evening meals available. Produce is locally sourced with fresh seafood from the Atlantic and Kerry lamb and beef.
Waterville is renowned for its sea trout and salmon fishing. It also boasts a championship standard golf course, which is just a 5-minute walk away.