Eyeries 4 miles.
Located in the hamlet of Urhan, on the unspoilt Beara Peninsula in County Cork sits this detached cottage near the village of Eyeries.
Traditionally decorated throughout, this cottage near Eyeries offers comfortable, homely accommodation for groups of friends and families wishing to explore the rustic countryside of the Beara Peninsula.
This Eyeries cottage has four cosy bedrooms along with a well-equipped kitchen with dining area.
The spacious sitting room has an open fire and provides a tranquil space to relax with your favourite book or simply enjoy the views over the bay.
To the front of this cottage near Eyeries is a lush garden with a patio and outdoor furniture so you can enjoy the sea views in the distance from the comfort of your Eyeries cottage whilst you plan the day's activities.
The village of Eyeries looks out over the mouth of the Kenmare River and portrays traditional Irish living and the area is dotted with quaint cottages and welcoming pubs.
The area offers some delightful walking routes and scenic drives, and along some of them you can see Ireland's largest standing Ogham stone.
The lively market town of Kenmare is just a short drive away and boasts a lively and colourful personality with many shops, pubs and cafes.
A drive in the opposite direction will take you to the village of Glengarriff, a delightful, scenic village, home to some stunning gardens and Irish art and craft markets.
Why not hop on Ireland's only cable car which departs from Ballaghboy on the tip of the Beara Peninsula and leads to the peaceful Dursey Island?
Whatever the weather, this cottage near Eyeries has something for everyone all year round.
Four double bedrooms. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Ground floor shower room with shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with oil stove and dining area (seats 5). Utility. Sitting room with open fire.
About the location
EYERIES, COUNTY CORK
Castletownbere 5 miles; Kenmare 26 miles; Bantry 37 miles.
The village of Eyeries in County Cork lies on the Beara Peninsula, overlooking Coulagh Bay and the mouth of the Kenmare River in the south-west. This Cork village offers a true insight into Irish village life, with quaint fishermans cottages and traditional pubs offering a warm Irish welcome. Although the famous Beara Way does not pass directly through Eyeries, there are two points within the village where you can join it, making this Cork village a walker's paradise. Within easy reach is Kenmare, an interesting town full of character and colour, with long winding streets providing the backdrop for farmers' markets, artists' galleries, lovely little boutiques and some of the best restaurants in Ireland! Other nearby attractions include Ireland's only cable car which departs from Ballaghboy on the tip of Beara Peninsula and leads to the peaceful Dursey Island, or Europe's largest Ogham Stone at Ballycrovane. This region has plenty on offer, from sea safaris, adventure centres, world renowned walks and cycle routes to arts and crafts, meaning there is sure to be something to occupy everyone come rain or shine.