You are viewing a holiday cottage to rent in Kilcrohane, Sheeps Head Peninsula, County Cork. It is a Detached Bungalow.
Situated three miles from Kilcrohane village, twelve miles from Durrus and nineteen miles from Bantry. This bungalow offers spacious living areas and wonderful sea views. A lovely stone feature fireplace in the lounge and magnificent views over Dunmanus Bay to the front. Internet access is available for a charge of EUR10 per week. A short walk takes you to the pebble beach and there is a playground in the village. This is a wonderful uncommercialised area, popular with walkers exploring the "Sheep's Head" peninsula.
Shop. Pub. Restaurant 3 miles. Beach. Beach 880 yards.
GF: lounge/diner, kitchen/diner (with coffee machine), 2 doubles, 2 singles, bathroom with separate shower.
Electricity and oil central heating included, open fire with starter pack, linen and towels included, cot, high chair, TV, satellite tv, dvd player, CD, fridge/freezer, microwave, dishwasher, w/machine, internet access, hairdryer, electric blankets, welcome pack, fully enclosed garden, garden furniture, private off road parking. Sorry no pets.
Kilcrohane is a small village with a shop, two pubs with music at the weekend, two restaurants, a country market, a post office and a cafe. There is also a gallery, wine bar and playground.
Durrus is also a village with a supermarket, three pubs (two of which serve food) and a post office.
~ There is a EUR100 security deposit charged upon arrival and refunded upon departure.
~ The closest beach is a pebble beach. There is a sandy beach in Bantry, around nineteen miles away.
Bantry is a town with a large variety of shops, pubs and restaurants. There is a cinema, pharmacy and banks here. Most things you could need, you will find here. Bantry is around 40 minutes' drive from the house.
~ The White House Gallery offers crafts and painting. You can also get tea's and coffe's here.
~ Sheep's Head Way is a renowned walking and cycling route through the mountain covering the Sheep's Head Peninsula from Bantry down to the most southernly tip of Cork, the Sheep's Head Lighthouse. Each loop is colour-coded so they're easy to follow and scheduled walks are arranged if you would like to join a group!
~ There is a magnificent drive northwards over Seefin, part of it known as the Goat's Path and along Bantry Bay towards Bantry town.
~ Carbery Saliing in Ahakista offer sailing training on Bantry, Dunmanus and Roaring Water Bays.
~ Bantry House and Garden is a stately home on the Wild Atlantic Way overlooking Bantry Bay. The estate is still occupied by the family and is open to visitors to explore. There is an onsite tearoom and a B and B.
~ Whiddy Island is a short ferry ride from Bantry Town and is a haven for wildlife. There is a pub on the island, The Bank House, which opens regularly offers fresh food and live music through the summer months.
~ Mizen Head is around 30 miles away. It's the very tip of Ireland with breathtaking scenery from the arched bridge. There is a coffee shop on site.
Fishing, Walking .5 miles. Horse riding, Traditional Music, Tennis, Coastal walks, Childrens Playground 3 miles.
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