Schull 2 miles.
A lovely detached property with breathtaking views across to the Atlantic Ocean, located close to the village of Schull in County Cork.
Situated at the end of a quiet country lane, this Schull cottage is the perfect choice for a tranquil holiday surrounded by serene countryside and some truly stunning views.
This Schull cottage has three bedrooms including a ground floor double complete with an en-suite.
Furnished in a characteristic and homely style, this Schull cottage has a welcoming open plan living area with a multi-fuel stove as well as an additional sitting room with a sofa bed.
The elevated position makes the most of uninterrupted and panoramic views of the ocean and islands that dot the coastline in this unspoilt landscape.
The patio area means fine days can be spent admiring the surroundings, and as this Schull cottage is situated at the end of a cul-de-sac, the children can play in complete safety.
The quaint village of Schull is just a few miles away with its charming harbour and boutique shops.
Take to the waves on one of the fishing excursions or sightseeing tours or just enjoy the sound of the sea at one of the picturesque beaches that punctuate the shore, whilst Derreennatra Pier is near to this Schull cottage, offering places to moor a boat or enjoy swimming.
The charming village of Ballydehob is within easy reach, with its restaurants, pubs and cafes.
Walkers and hikers will love the scenic routes around Mizen Head or the nearby Sheep's Head Peninsula before stopping at a friendly local tavern where you'll no doubt experience a spot of traditional Irish music!
Further afield, the towns of Skibbereen and Bantry offer a wide range of amenities and there are a plethora of beautiful villages along the miles of coastline surrounding this Schull cottage; an excellent choice for your next Irish holiday.
About the location
SCHULL, COUNTY CORK
Ballydehob 5 miles; Skibbereen 15 miles.
The pretty village of Schull is located in the South West of County Cork, between Ballydehob and Goleen. It offers a number of quaint little shops, welcoming Irish pubs, and fine restaurants. There is a harbour which is home to a number of boat operators offering fishing trips, wildlife excursions and sightseeing voyages, as well as a sailing club and ferries to nearby islands. There are fine beaches to be enjoyed, such as Barleycove with its golden sands and turquoise waters, and the visitor centre and cliff walks of the Mizen Head, at the very tip of the peninsula are well worth a visit. Activities on offer nearby include golf, pony trekking, tennis, a planetarium and excellent walking and cycling, all making for a fantastic and memorable holiday experience.