A well-equipped detached house next to the water's edge in the County Cork town of Castletownbere on the Beara Peninsula.
With amazing seas views this cottage is a fantastic retreat for you to come and relax and to let the stresses and works of everyday life just melt away.
This delightful cottage is set over two floors with two en-suite double bedrooms on offer upstairs, and a double room accessed via the bathroom on the ground floor.
Completing the accommodation is an open plan living area with a kitchen, dining area and sitting area with an open fire, which boasts a view out over the water from the dining table; perfect for keeping everyone together while you prepare a tasty dinner and plan the next day's activities.
Outside you have a small lawn to the front and rear and also just a stone's throw away you have the Beara Coast Hotel should you fancy taking the night off from cooking.
Head into Castletownbere, to sample the local eateries and visit its pubs and have a drink with the locals.
Alternatively why not try out some watersports or pull on your walking boots and check out the Beara Way?
Hop into your car and head further afield to visit the popular towns of Bantry and Kenmare, both surrounded by more stunning scenery and steeped in charm, charisma and plenty of Irish culture.
Book this delightful home-from-home now before it's too late and start planning your Irish vacation.
About the location
CASTLETOWNBERE, COUNTY CORK
Glengarriff 21 miles.
Nestled at the foot of the Caha Mountains on the wild and rugged Beara Peninsula and just by the Berehaven harbour in County Cork is the small town of Castletownbere. With stunning scenery in all directions, the seaside resort of Castletownbere is Ireland’s premier whitefish port offering many restaurants to delight any seafood enthusiast. The Beara Peninsula offers visitors a peaceful and unspoilt slice of Irish scenery and is home to the Ring of Beara route which encompasses three road options, each taking in the beauty of this region. The Beara Way walking route offers walkers and cyclists a trail in and around Castletownbere and can be extended to longer treks, with the full trek measuring 125 miles! There are many activities in the area including boat trips to Bear Island, sea angling, canoeing, sailing and kayaking, plus there’s also some fantastic secluded beaches hidden along the coast for you to discover!