Carrigadrohid 2.3 miles.
A well-finished detached house in the County Cork countryside, outside the small village of Carrigadrohid.
Well-presented throughout this is a fantastic destination for loved ones to get together and enjoy their Irish getaway.
With two comfortable en-suite bedrooms upstairs, on the ground floor you will find a third bedroom along with a ground floor shower room.
Completing the accommodation is a well-equipped open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area, great for keeping everyone together while a delicious dinner is being rustled up.
After dinner make your way over to the sitting area and put your feet up in front of the solid fuel stove, and put a good film on the telly or log onto the WiFi and share your new photos with your loved ones back home.
To the rear of the house you will find a patio area with furniture, perfect for relaxing with a well-earned drink in the cool summer’s breeze while looking out over the Irish countryside.
Further up the lane at the owner’s B&B, you have access to a shared games room complete with a snooker table, solid fuel stove, large TV and a bar.
Down the road you have the village of Carrigadrohid which will cater to all of your basic needs and is also home to Carrigadrohid Castle erected in the 15th century by the MacCarthys of Muskerry.
Travel further afield to the popular town of Killarney which has lots of things to do and see, such as sampling the range of traditional pubs, fine restaurants, Ireland's National Event Centre and a host of good shops.
Alternatively drive around the famous Ring of Kerry with its stunning scenery that will take your breath away.
Head in the opposite direction and you have Cork city or why not obtain the gift of eloquence by kissing the Blarney stone at Blarney Castle?
A wonderful property for everyone to enjoy, so book as soon as possible!
About the location
CARRIGADROHID, COUNTY CORK
Macroom 4.4 miles; Cork 19 miles; Killarney 33 miles.
Carrigadrohid is a village in County Cork and is placed on the north bank of the River Lee. The village is home to a shop and pub and also to Carrigadrohid Castle built in the 15th century by the MacCarthys of Muskerry. Nearby is the small market town of Macroom nestled in the picturesque valley of the Sullane River and is dominated by the walls of Macroom Castle. This bustling town offers a choice of shops, restaurants and pubs, three hotels and still holds a twice weekly street market. One of Macroom's best kept secrets, Castle Demesne, is set amidst hundreds of acres of mystical woodland, awash with secluded riverside walks and stunning, panoramic views of the town, while three miles from Macroom lie western Europe's only extensive remains of Alluvial Forest. Carrigaphooca Castle, stood on an outcrop of rock, high above the trees is worth a visit, while the fabulous cities of Cork and Killarney are within easy touring distance, as are the stunning beaches of West Cork.