Ballycotton 1 mile.
A delightful, traditional cottage situated close to the beautiful harbour village of Ballycotton, County Cork.
This former farmhouse combines the old and new, with original features being punctuated by modern conveniences, resulting in an ideal holiday environment for families and friends alike.
This cosy Ballycotton cottage has a superb kitchen with dining area, perfect for spending social evenings together or planning the next day's activities.
The welcoming sitting room has a roaring open fire so you can curl up with a good book and while away the hours in this peaceful location.
The quaint village of Ballycotton has many welcoming pubs where a friendly hello is guaranteed.
Explore the renowned cliff-top walks that are suitable for all abilities with breathtaking views as standard.
Hire a boat from the harbour and take a trip on the waves for a spot of fishing or take a walk on one of the majestic, unspoilt beaches that populate this stunning area of East Cork.
Cork City is just a few miles away or you can visit Blarney Castle and kiss the famous Stone to gain the gift of the gab!
There are water-based activities available on the nearby Blackwater River as well as many cycling routes to explore.
This Ballycotton cottage is the ideal choice for a wonderful Irish holiday.
About the location
BALLYCOTTON, COUNTY CORK
Midleton 10 miles; Dungarvan 34 miles; Cork City 25 miles.
Ballycotton is a coastal village located approximately 25 miles east of Cork City, in County Cork. This tranquil fishing harbour has fantastic views over a boat filled marina and its island dominated by the famous black lighthouse that can be visited in the summer months. For visitors wishing to integrate with the Irish way of life, be sure to spend time strolling around the village centre, some spectacular cliff walks and unspoilt country lanes, and treat yourself to a pint of the black stuff in one of the fine Irish pubs! Also Ballycotton offers a wide choice of restaurants with lots of local seafood on offer. With its central location on the south coast of Ireland, Ballycotton makes a great base for exploring the region and its numerous attractions; why not visit Fota Wildlife Park with its excellent selection of birds and mammals, Ballymaloe House and Garden with its cookery school and garden walks, or spend the day exploring Midleton Jameson Heritage Centre or Blarney Castle with its famed Blarney Stone, only an hour's drive away? For those who love the outdoors there are opportunities for sailing, sea angling, surfing and scuba diving along the coast, and for golfers there are a number of excellent courses suited to all abilities and budgets. A delightful location for an enjoyable holiday.