You are viewing a holiday cottage to rent in Glengarriff, Beara Peninsula, County Cork. It is a Detached Character Cottage.
Situated 1.5 miles from Glengarriff, 11 miles from Bantry and 18 miles from Kenmare. This large and spacious cottage is on an elevated site with beautiful distant views of the sea and mountains. The garden is steep so care needs to be taken. The cottage is very spacious and nicely decorated with pine furnishings and a delightful sunroom. It is an ideal location for touring West Cork. The owners reside next door so are on hand to help but there is private entrance to their home and their four dogs are fully enclosed. Glengarriff village is charming with its own tropical gardens and Bamboo Park.It has an 9 hole golf course
Shop. Pub. Restaurant. Beach 1.5 miles.
GF: lounge, dining room, sun room, double with ensuite shower room, twin, bathroom (bath only).
Oil central heating included, electricity by meter read, open fire with starter pack, linen and towels included, travel cot, high chair, TV, freezer, w/machine, fully enclosed garden, patio area, garden seat, private off road parking. Sorry no pets.
~ Please be aware that this property has a steep garden and there are 4 very large dogs enclosed next door (at the owners house).
Glengariff is a beautiful village filled with quirky craft shops, clothes shops and markets. It has a local Spar supermarket, pharmacy and an internet cafe. Please be aware there is no ATM in the village although some local shops can offer cashback.
Kenmare has a Supervalu, 2 pharmacies, a library and a laundrette. There is also an abundance of bars, bistros, restaurants, coffee shops, bakeries and ice-cream parlours.
~ The Glenaran Irish Market in Glengariff is your one shop stop for a wide range of Irish crafts and gifts and is open daily until 9pm.
~ From Kenmare, drive the spectacular Ring of Kerry route and pass through the breath taking Killarney National Park, the amazing journey attracts visitors from all across the world!
~ Take a trip to the Blue Pool - a magical harbour hidden in the middle of Glengarriff. The blue pool is formed where the river meets the sea, a wonderful rocky inlet. There are a number of beautiful walks through the woods with views of the harbour that are well worth exploring.
~ Turners Tunnels * a series of hand hewn rock tunnels on the Cork/ Kerry border. As you approach Glengariff from the Kenmare side the main tunnel dramatically frames the entry in the county of Cork and shows of stunning views of Barley Lake and Bantry bay.
~ The Ring of Kerry 18 hole Golf Course is located two miles outside of Kenmare. The course boasts panoramic views across Kenmare Bay from every hole, why not enjoy these same fantastic views while enjoying a beverage in the clubhouse bar or a delicious meal in Greens Pizzeria and Restaurant.