Ballylickey 2.5 miles.
This spacious, detached, house is set between the popular towns of Bantry and Glengarriff and is only two and a half miles from the coast in County Cork.
This lovely cottage is a wonderful base for family and friends to return to after a busy day exploring the surrounding area.
Inside this attractive cottage is a kitchen with a dining area, offering a great place for a delicious family meal to be prepared and enjoyed.
Afterwards, retreat to the sitting room and relax in front of the warm open fire.
There are five comfortable bedrooms, three of which have en-suite facilities, together with a ground floor bathroom.
With a large garden and comfortable furniture, step outside this delightful cottage with a well-earned bottle of wine and enjoy the warm summer sun.
The village of Ballylickey is just a short drive away and will tend to your basic needs, with the fantastic town of Bantry nearby too.
Bantry has a fantastic atmosphere and is a must visit.
It has a shop and a range of pubs and restaurants to visit, and some live Irish music as well.
Visit the golf club and work on your swing, or hop in the car and discover the Priests Leap or the world famous Wild Atlantic Way, both home to some truly spectacular scenery.
A fantastic house and a perfect base for discovering the wonders in this part of Ireland.
Five bedrooms: 2 x ground floor double (1 with en-suite shower, basin and WC), 2 x double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x single. Ground floor bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Utility. Sitting room (seats 5) with open fire.
About the location
BALLYLICKEY, COUNTY CORK
Bantry 3 miles.
Ballylickey is situated between Bantry Town and Glengarriff at the heart of the magnificent Bantry Bay, which has become known throughout the world for its stunning scenery and unspoilt environment. South west of Ballylickey is the beautiful Sheep's Head and "Goats Path" while just five minutes away, to the north-west is the magnificent Beara Peninsula, with its ruggedness, mystery and the Hungry Hill. For walkers, Ballylickey offers a base for some of the finest walking country in Ireland including the rugged Caha or Sheehy mountain ranges. Hill walking is well catered for in the well-planned Sheep's Head Way, while the Beara Peninsula offers hours of trekking and a wonderful variety of scenery. Just 3 miles away from Ballylickey is the famous market town of Bantry, with an abundance of shops, bars and restaurants, and is home to Bantry House with its collection of treasures and the French Armada Exhibition Centre which details the exploits of the ill-fated invasion of December, 1796.