Union Hall 1.5 miles.
Situated along a quiet, peaceful road outside the picturesque harbour village of Union Hall in West Cork is this cosy and homely detached cottage.
Decorated throughout to offer comfortable accommodation for holidaymakers, this quaint cottage is ideal for anyone looking to explore West Cork and all it has to offer.
On the ground floor you will find a well-equipped, fitted kitchen, two cosy sitting rooms, one of which is complimented by an open fire for those slightly cooler evenings!
The accommodation is completed by three first floor bedrooms.
For the long sunny afternoons, there is an outdoor patio area, complete with furniture where you can enjoy a refreshing drink whilst the children play safely in the garden.
The delightful fishing village of Union Hall is located in the extremely scenic West Cork and the Glandore Harbour in which the village lies and which is often regarded as the Riviera of West Cork.
It is clear to see why, with pretty boats and yachts drifting in and out.
Home to a local shop and two welcoming pubs, and framed by a unique bridge, Union Hall has plenty to offer the eager tourist with a selection of beaches, walks and coastal scenery to delight.
Union Hall is also a primary fishing port for both the professional and amateur sea angler!
Further afield, why not take a trip to the colourful market town of Skibbereen, home to a charming selection of shops and pubs or the pretty harbour village of Schull.
Just a short drive from Schull will take you to Mizen Head, Ireland’s most southerly point.
Whatever the weather, you are sure to have a wonderful holiday at this West Cork cottage.
Three bedrooms: 2 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Ground floor shower room with shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room (seats 4) with open fire. Second sitting room (seats 3).
About the location
UNION HALL, COUNTY CORK
Skibbereen 7 miles.
Almost hidden in its own harbour, the small fishing village of Union Hall in West Cork has its own active fishing fleet, pleasure boats, and calm waters for water skiing, diving and canoeing. A causeway leads into the village, which is steeped in history, with castle ruins and forts scattered through the area. Today, the village offers a selection of pubs and seafood restaurants, a supermarket, fishmongers, a Post Office, a bureau de change and the annual Union Hall Festival, held every June, featuring a variety of games and watersports. Boat hire for visiting some of the off shore islands is available locally, while the village and surrounding area also offer good walking opportunities. The vibrant market town of Skibbereen, renowned as the capital of West Cork, is approximately 7 miles away, boasting colourful shops, restaurants and pubs, along with the fascinating West Cork Arts Centre and Skibbereen Heritage Centre. Also within easy reach are Glandore, Rosscarbery, Baltimore, Schull, Bantry and Killarney.