A welcoming end-terrace cottage situated in an enviable position close to the centre of the popular harbour town of Kinsale, County Cork.
This lovely Kinsale cottage has been furnished in a modern style, yet still retains a huge amount of character and charm.
With three well-appointed bedrooms, this Kinsale cottage provides comfortable and homely accommodation ideal for families or friends looking to explore this beautiful area of the Emerald Isle.
The sitting room is a cosy haven to relax in after a long day exploring the sights and there’s even a delightful patio area on which you can enjoy warm days with a glass of wine and a good book!
The location of this Kinsale cottage is superb as it is just a short stroll to all the amenities that Kinsale has to offer.
A thriving tourist town, Kinsale is picture postcard pretty with many boutique shops and bars to be found amongst the narrow, winding streets.
Take your ease at a local café or restaurant overlooking the busy harbour and watch the boats sail past or stroll along the waterside and feel your cares slip away in this idyllic location.
Discover Kinsale’s vibrant history with a walking tour or visit Charles Fort that guards the town at the mouth of the River Bandon.
Further afield, visit Blarney Castle and kiss the famous Blarney Stone before stopping in at a local pub for some traditional Irish music!
The cosmopolitan Cork City is also just a short distance away, as are endless miles of unspoilt and spectacular coastline.
All this and more is just waiting for you to discover at your wonderful Kinsale cottage.
Three bedrooms: 2 x double, 1 x single. Ground floor shower room with shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room. External utility.
About the location
KINSALE, COUNTY CORK
Cork 15 miles; Clonakilty 22 miles.
Kinsale is located at the mouth of the River Bandon, on the Atlantic coast in County Cork. Popular with tourists, it is famed for its majestic marina which shelters luxury yachts, and is home to a number of sailing clubs. There are fine restaurants producing gourmet cuisine, and fashionable bars and shops to hold the attention of even the most discerning visitor. The town has a rich history and impressive architecture, whilst retaining a quaint air of antiquity throughout its narrow intersecting streets. Historical sites and places of interest are waiting to be discovered, including Charles Fort, and Desmond Castle, which houses the International Museum of Wine. Further afield, but still within easy reach, is Blarney Castle, where you can kiss the Blarney Stone and leave with the 'gift of the gab'. Whether you try this or not, we are sure you will be talking about this beautiful region for a long time to come!