A beautiful detached cottage boasting stunning views, located close to the village of Kilcrohane, County Cork.
This superbly appointed Kilcrohane cottage features ground floor accommodation that exudes a warm and homely atmosphere.
The spacious kitchen is ideal for cooking up a delicious meal for friends and loved ones before retiring to the cosy sitting room to unwind and relax.
Alternatively, why not spend a moment with a good book in the summer room where you'll find it hard not to be distracted by the glorious views.
This Kilcrohane cottage has flexible sleeping arrangements with two double rooms (one with an en-suite) and a twin room all finished with quality furnishings to make you feel at home.
Outside this Kilcrohane cottage is a spacious garden area where the children can play in safety and you can truly appreciate the stunning surroundings in this spectacular part of County Cork.
The village of Kilcrohane sits on the Sheep's Head Peninsula which is renowned for its many walking and cycling trails, so you can enjoy the breathtaking scenery before visiting one of the local taverns and enjoying an evening of traditional Irish music.
This area is also famed for the glorious coastline, with safe swimming available as well as excellent fishing opportunities.
Further afield, visit the towns of Bantry and Glengarriff with their wide selection of shops, pubs and restaurants, and a day trip to the Ring of Kerry is a must.
With something for everyone, your Kilcrohane cottage is the perfect choice for your next Irish break.
All ground floor. Three bedrooms: 2 x double (one with en-suite shower, basin and WC), 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, separate shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with breakfast bar and dining area. Sitting room with electric fire. Summer room.
About the location
KILCROHANE, COUNTY CORK
Bantry 15 miles.
The lively and vibrant village of Kilcrohane is located south west of Durrus as you head towards the end of the Sheep's Head Peninsula, in County Cork. The village takes its name from the Church of St. Crohan founded in the 8th century. The crystal clear waters at the coast of Kilcrohane are exceptional, and provide a great place to swim and explore all of the hidden caves dotted about, while those who prefer to stay on land can enjoy the Sheep’s Head Way and traverse some of its 60 miles of trails. As well as fantastic land and sea scenery, Kilcrohane also has a wonderful traditional music scene, and plays host to the music festival Ceoil on the Coast each year, so no matter what you’re looking for on your Irish getaway, Kilcrohane has something for everyone!