This elegant property is situated on the famous Wild Atlantic Way on the Goat’s Path is in idyllic surroundings. It has an open fire, wood floors, modern furnishings and a contemporary design. The location combines spectacular scenery with diverse activities, including walking on the famous Sheep’s Head Way. The charming village of Kilcrohane, with its old-style Irish pubs and music, is 2 miles away. The busy market town of Bantry is 12 miles away.
Shop. Pub. Restaurant. Beach 2 miles.
GF: lounge, kitchen/diner, study, utility room, 2 doubles all with ensuite shower rooms, w.c. FF: 2 doubles 1 with ensuite shower room, bathroom with shower over bath.
Oil and gas central heating, electricity included, linen and towels included, No Smoking, cot, high chair, TV, dvd player, fridge no ice box, microwave, dishwasher, w/machine, dryer, babysitting on request, hairdryer, partially enclosed garden, sitting out area, picnic bench, garden seat, bbq, private off road parking. Pets welcome. Other activities in the area include: whale and dolphin spotting; boat trips to Whiddy Island; historic Bantry House, stone circles; Garnish Island; Barleycove Beach; Friday market in Bantry.
Festivals nearby: Ahakista Regatta (August); Durrus Fete (August); Kilcrohane Festival (August); Craic on the Coast (Easter); Bantry Show (September); West Cork Chamber Music Festival (July); West Cork Literary Festival (August).
Tourist attractions within reach: Lakes of Killarney; fishing villages of Crookhaven and Castletownshend; Glandore; Baltimore; Beara Peninsula; Gougane Barra; Kinsale; Schull Planetarium; Fastnet Rock.
Kilcrohane is 2 miles away: Kilcrohane is a coastal farming village, overlooking Dunmanus Bay. There are 3 pubs, a grocery store with petrol pump, a post office and a Catholic church. The village has a small pier and pebble beach. In the summer there is a restaurant, a cafe and a bistro; pub food is available all year round. It is the last village on the Sheep’s Head Peninsula.
Bantry is 12 miles away: Bantry is a small but busy fishing and market town. There are food shops, craft shops and clothes shops. Several old-style pubs serve food, and there are several restaurants. A market on Fridays sells locally produced food. There is a cinema. From the harbour you can take sailing, fishing and boat trips to Whiddy Island. Bantry Bay Golf Club is a mile outside the town; it is well regarded and has fantastic views. There are historical sites to visit.
* Bicycles (2) are for holidaymakers’ use at their own risk.
Walking – Easy, Coastal walks 25 yards. Fishing – Sea .5 miles. Walking – Hill 1 miles. Childrens Playground, Traditional Music, Climbing 2 miles. Fishing – Deep Sea 12 miles.