On the south west coast of Ireland there is a tiny village in County Kerry called Sneem. It is nestled in a valley surrounded by beautiful rolling mountains. The road map looks like a figure eight with a North Square and a South Square separated by a bridge over the rocky Sneem River. This configuration is likely why it’s named Sneem which means knot. The stucco houses and shops that lines the streets are painted in a variety of bright colors. Nearby sights include castles and ancient rocky ruins. It is a beautiful place that attracts many visitors. It’s the definition of quaint and an absolutely magical place!