This semi detached cottage is situated on the picturesque Wild Atlantic Way, just over two miles from Kilbrittain in County Cork.
With three beaches nearby and close to Cork Airport, Beehive Cottage is the perfect base for couples or a group of friends who wish to explore this fantastic location.
Feel instantly refreshed the moment you arrive as you are greeted by a bright and airy open-plan living area featuring a woodburning stove.
A snug sitting area rests to one side as a well-appointed kitchen lies to the other; the room is centred by a charming dining table set for six to sit down and enjoy each meal together.
The ground floor conveniently hosts a splendidly bright double bedroom, as well as an immaculate and modern shower room.
Take the stairs to the first floor where you will discover two almost identical double bedrooms, with views of the water.
There aren't many better places to enjoy the summer sun than in Beehive Cottage's garden, a lovely patio offers plenty of furniture as it overlooks the well-kept lawns dotted with apple trees, not to mention the picture-perfect countryside views in the distance.
Kilbrittain is a fine spot to base your County Cork getaway, a village that offers a choice of pubs and restaurants as well as a striking castle, woodland walks and access to wonderful sandy beaches with stunning views across the Atlantic.
The incredible city of Cork is within reach and abounds in stunning architecture as well as a host of high-quality amenities and much more to see and do with Cork airport close by.
A lovely cottage in a fantastic coastal location.
Three bedrooms: 1 x ground floor double, 1 x upstairs double 1 x upstairs with 5' double & cot. Ground floor shower room with walk-in shower, basin and WC, upstairs bathroom with a shower over bath, basin and WC. Open-plan living area with kitchen, dining and sitting area with woodburning stove.
About the location
KILBRITTAIN, COUNTY CORK
Kinsale 10 miles; Clonakilty 11 miles.
The attractive village of Kilbrittain is situated midway between Kinsale and Clonakilty, and boasts many sandy beaches, an impressive castle, scenic woodland walks, and several pubs and restaurants offering a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere. Many points in the area benefit from exceptional views over the Atlantic Ocean, while visitors can enjoy exploring the area, with Timoleague Abbey, founded in 1240, just a short drive away. Kinsale, one of Ireland's prettiest towns, is just 10 miles from Kilbrittain and is full of olde-worlde charm, with narrow winding streets and medieval ruins tucked in and around Georgian terraces, along with a busy fishing harbour and marina. The town is rich in culture and boasts several art galleries, traditional bars and good shops, and is known for its many gourmet restaurants and excellent leisure activities, which include yachting, angling and golf.