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Cherry Cabin Sleeps up to 5,

A king size bed in one room, two single beds in another room and a pullout couch.

Per night €120  /  Week €588

Plus cleaning fee €30 per reservation

Book the Cherry Cabin through Airbnb here or email us to


Alder Cabin, sleeps 3

Two single beds in one room and a pull out couch in main room.

€90 per night  /  Week    €375

Plus cleaning fee €20 per reservation

Book the Alder Cabin through Airbnb here or email us to

A Tour of the Cabins

The cabins on Gortbrack Organic Farm opened in early 2009. Three timber frame cabins, run off solar panels with wood burning stoves. They are very well insulated so are warm and cosy no matter what the weather is like. These cabins can be rented for the ideal secluded getaway, or for attending courses at Gortbrack.

The cabins are built right in the heart of the farm so you can wake up every morning in the beautiful peace and tranquility of Gortbrack, take a wander on the bog and explore the Dingle peninsula, the Ring of Kerry and Killarney National Park. We are also close to Tralee town and The Wild Atlantic Way. It is the ideal getaway from the hustle and bustle of city life.

Each cabin has a fitted kitchen, a wet shower / bathroom, oak and tile floors throughout.  There is a laundry room beside the cabins with a washing machine and dryer. We now have broadband internet installed in each cabin.

Contact us for full information on renting cabins. See Farm Map on the Farm tour and Nature trail section on the Kerry Earth Education Page.

Included with the booking is:




Heating:- electric and solid fuel


Welcome pack:- tea, coffee, milk, farm produce sample

Terms of booking: Payment by cheque or direct debit (IBAN details available) 25% deposit payable in advance. Cancellation 1 month before arrival date.

Places of interest within a five mile radius:

Ballyseedy Castle has lovely grounds and a nice old bar and restaurant in the hotel. Ballyseedy Garden Centre has  different outlets in the centre. Ballyseedy Woods has lovely mapped out walking routes in an old native woodland. Ballygarry Hotel has a wonderful spa and serves delicious food in an old style setting. Tralee town with a great variety of shops and The Kerry County Museum on Denny street. The Aquadome on the outskirts of the town is a haven of water activities. See for more information. Ballyfinnane Pub known as The Shanty is a quirky old pub in the direction of Castlemaine harbour. Tralee Town Park, see the Rose Garden and fountain, the statue in honour of the Rose of Tralee, the Garden of the Senses and the exciting playground. The Wild Atlantic Way is close by.

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