Macroom 4.4 miles.
This detached cottage offers a pleasant and memorable stay, situated in the heart warming village of Carrigadrohid.
Surrounded by countryside in a rural area, this accommodation is equally perfect for couples wishing to enjoy a romantic break, or families anticipating a cosy getaway.
Enter into the open plan living area, home to a well equipped kitchen, a pretty dining table and a sofa for relaxing after preparing those delightful evening meals.
Charming and peaceful with views to the outside, this room is tastefully arranged from start to finish.
The bedroom is nice and refreshing, with both a double and bunk bed, ideal for extra guests to sleep.
With a neutral colour scheme and calming décor, this space guarantees a calming rest night after night.
For a slight twist, a wet room sits directly off this layout, along with a cloakroom for your convenience.
The homely and compact feel of this retreat is certainly a key feature of the cottage, and with the essentials on hand, you are sure to have a lovingly holiday experience.
If you are looking for entertainment, a shared games room lies close to the accommodation, perfect for enjoying a game of pool or simply relaxing before the wood burner with a refreshing drink from the integrated bar.
Explore the village of Carrigadrohid when you find the time, with its pub, shop and castle certainly worth a visit.
The fabulous cities of Cork and Killarney are within easy touring distance, as are the beaches of West Cork.
However you decide to spend your days, this location has much to offer all year round.
About the location
CARRIGADROHID, COUNTY CORK
Macroom 4.4 miles; Cork 19 miles; Killarney 33 miles.
Carrigadrohid is a village in County Cork and is placed on the north bank of the River Lee. The village is home to a shop and pub and also to Carrigadrohid Castle built in the 15th century by the MacCarthys of Muskerry. Nearby is the small market town of Macroom nestled in the picturesque valley of the Sullane River and is dominated by the walls of Macroom Castle. This bustling town offers a choice of shops, restaurants and pubs, three hotels and still holds a twice weekly street market. One of Macroom's best kept secrets, Castle Demesne, is set amidst hundreds of acres of mystical woodland, awash with secluded riverside walks and stunning, panoramic views of the town, while three miles from Macroom lie western Europe's only extensive remains of Alluvial Forest. Carrigaphooca Castle, stood on an outcrop of rock, high above the trees is worth a visit, while the fabulous cities of Cork and Killarney are within easy touring distance, as are the stunning beaches of West Cork.