Castletownshend 3.8 miles.
With captivating views across County Cork’s stunning countryside and towards the dramatic coastline is this detached holiday cottage, Dooneen, found on the outskirts of Castletownshend village.
This spacious abode has been designed to cater for a variety of groups, whether it be family and friends looking to celebrate a special occasion or walkers keen to explore this magical corner of County Cork.
Step into the conservatory and take a moment to soak up the surroundings, this space makes a wonderful spot for a cup of tea in the morning whilst catching a glimpse of the waves crashing in the far distance.
Stepping through the conservatory door will bring you to the spacious kitchen/diner, where you will find everything to cater to your culinary needs to whip up a delicious meal.
Makes use of the electric oven, the electric hobs and microwave to cook up a storm, and the dishwasher offers a helping hand too.
Once breakfast or dinner is served, gather at the dining table for some quality time together with your loved ones, chatting about the next day’s adventure.
To relax of an evening, light up the fire within the sitting room, snuggle up on the sofa, and enjoy that well-deserved family film night.
Here, you will find six well-presented bedrooms situated across both floors, ensuring a flexible sleeping arrangement and options for those with limited mobility.
The ground floor plays host to two double bedrooms with en-suite shower room and a twin bedroom, whilst upstairs there is a king-size bedroom and two double bedrooms, which share a spacious family bathroom.
Admire your surroundings further by spending time within the large garden area, where you will also find ample off-road parking spaces.
The attractive village of Castletownshend lies a short drive away from the property, where you will be able to find a shop for picking up the essentials and a pub for a traditional pint of Guinness.
Be sure to take time to explore the village which has been developed around a 17th century castle and is home to a pretty quayside and harbour.
Just on the outskirts of the village are a number of historical landmarks which are well worth a visit, Knockdrum Stone Fort is a wonderful reminder of the past and offering picturesque views, whilst Gurranes Stone Row offers a peaceful walk.
Other walks within West Cork include Dunboy Woods and Bullig Bay Coastal Loop, Eyeries Coastal Loop at Creha Quay and Coastguard Loop, if you are feeling adventurous.
Alternatively, head to the colourful town of Skibbereen, where a larger selection of traditional pubs and restaurants await you, or perhaps a day trip to the vibrant Bere Island.
Discover all that West Cork has to offer from this wonderful property.