You are viewing a holiday cottage to rent in Kilcrohane, Sheeps Head Peninsula, County Cork. It is a Detached Farmhouse.
This newly built farmhouse is located 4 miles from Kilcrohane and 10 miles from Durrus. With panoramic views over Bere Island it is tastefully furnished inside, with a welcoming open fire, 3 lounge areas and a Jacuzzi bath to relax in after a days touring. There is limited internet access available. It is the ideal location for touring West Cork, for walkers the Sheep's Head Way and the Wild Atlantic Way is right on your doorstep.
Shop. Pub. Restaurant. Beach 4 miles.
GF: lounge/kitchen/diner, 2nd lounge, utility room, playroom, w.c. FF: kingsize double with ensuite shower room, double with single, single bed with pull-out bed, bathroom with shower over bath and jacuzzi bath, reading room (gallery/loft area).
Electricity and oil central heating included, open fire with starter pack, wood burner with starter pack, linen and towels included, No Smoking, travel cot, high chair, stair gate, satellite tv, dvd player, CD, freezer, microwave, dishwasher, w/machine, dryer, internet access, hairdryer, alarm clock, welcome pack, partially enclosed garden, patio area, garden furniture, private off road parking. One small pet welcome.
~ A selection of DVD's and books are available at the property, there are also goalposts available in the garden. There is also a Table Tennis table for guests to use.
~ Limited internet access available via a Pay as you go dongle is available for holidaymakers use.
~ There is a large safe area secured in the barn for pets should you wish to keep them overnight or going out on day trips.
Kilcrohane is a lively and vibrant seaside village whose population swells in the busy summer months. It has three pubs, a wine bar, three Bed and Breakfasts (one with restaurant), a hostel, several self-catering accommodations, two shops, a post office, plenty of holiday accommodation, and a summer cafe and restaurant.
The Kilcrohane pier is a good place to swim and there are numerous private coves dotted along the coast. The water is crystal clear although the temperature never seems to rise above 16 degrees Celsius. For angling enthusiasts, there is an abundance of pollock and mackerel in Dunmanus Bay, and a boat trip to Carbery Island and the seals is a pleasant way to spend an afternoon.
The renowned Sheep's Head Way walking route-over 60 miles of marked trail traverses the village. There are walks for all abilities: young, old, fit, and the not so fit. Guided walks can be arranged. The Sheep's Head Cycle Route loops through the village from Bantry. This charming property is just a quarter of a mile away from the Sheeps Head Walk link.
* Kilcrohane is renowned for it's traditional music festival known as the Ceoil on the Coast. It takes place on annually on Easter Weekend.
* The Village also hosts a Carnival festival annually on the last week of July featuring sports days, dances in the local hall and a fishing competition.
* The sheltered deep water harbour of Ahakista is home to both fishing boats and pleasure craft and the annual Ahakista Regatta is held every August bank holiday weekend.
* Visit the local Bantry Market which takes place every Friday
* Bantry House and Gardens is well worth a visit!
* Air India Memorial garden in Ahakista
Walking - Hill, Coastal walks 1 miles. Traditional Music, Tennis, Fishing - Sea, Childrens Playground 4 miles. Cinema, Leisure centre and indoor pool, Horse riding 16 miles. Golf 18 miles.
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