- Off road parking
- Open fire
- Garden / Patio
- Pub/shop < 1 mile
- Washing machine
“This is a wonderful place to rest, keep things simple and enjoy stunning natural beauty which changes with the light and cloud almost every hour.”
Mrs Hanley couldn’t be more helpful, patient and kind if she tried! If you don’t like natural beauty, stillness, fresh air and peace you’ll hate this place! If you do, you’re going to think you’ve died and gone to heaven!!
Eyeries 4 miles.
Set in Urham, a hamlet on the unspoilt Beara Peninsula in County Cork, you will find this detached cottage, close to the village of Eyeries.
Decorated in a traditional style, this Eyeries cottage provides homely and comfortable holiday accommodation, ideal for families or groups of friends who are looking to discover the rural Beara Peninsula countryside.
This cottage near Eyeries benefits from four cosy bedrooms, a well-equipped kitchen with dining area, perfect for enjoying meals together and discussing what adventures are still to come.
The sitting room is spacious and there is an open fire which adds to this tranquil space, where you can relax with a book or simply take in the views across the bay.
To the front of this Cork cottage is a flourishing garden with a patio and furniture; a wonderful spot for enjoying the distant sea views whilst you reminisce about your day out discovering all that this fantastic area has to offer.
In the village of Eyeries there are welcoming pubs and quaint cottages and the village itself shows traditional Irish living at its best.
Eyeries has views out over the mouth of the Kenmare River and there are delightful scenic drives and walking routes to enjoy.
Along some of these picturesque routes you can see Ireland's largest standing Ogham stone.
Kenmare is a vibrant market town and is only a short drive away, boasting a variety of pubs, cafes and shops and with such a colourful and lively personality, this town is well worth a visit.
A trip in the opposite direction will bring you to Glengarriff, a pretty village which is home to some Irish art and craft markets and some stunning gardens.
The tranquil Dursey Island is well worth visiting and why not take the trip in style, by travelling on Ireland's only cable car which departs from the tip of the Beara Peninsula in Ballaghboy?
Whatever it is you decide to do on your holiday in Ireland, this cottage near Eyeries is a wonderful base all year round.
- Four double bedrooms
- Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC
- Ground floor shower room with shower, basin and WC
- Kitchen with oil stove and dining area (seats 5)
- Sitting room with open fire.
- Oil central heating with oil stove and open fire
- Electric oven and electric hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washer/dryer, TV with Saorview, DVD, selection of books, games and DVDs
- Fuel, power and starter pack for fire inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Off road parking for 2 cars
- Enclosed front lawned garden with patio, furniture and BBQ
- Rear patio
- Sorry, no smoking
- One well-behaved dog allowed - to be kept in kitchen
- Shop, pub and beach 1 mile
- Note: Dog allowed as of 25 August 2018
About the location
EYERIES, COUNTY CORK
Castletownbere 5 miles; Kenmare 26 miles; Bantry 37 miles.
The village of Eyeries in County Cork lies on the Beara Peninsula, overlooking Coulagh Bay and the mouth of the Kenmare River in the south-west. This Cork village offers a true insight into Irish village life, with quaint fishermans cottages and traditional pubs offering a warm Irish welcome. Although the famous Beara Way does not pass directly through Eyeries, there are two points within the village where you can join it, making this Cork village a walker's paradise. Within easy reach is Kenmare, an interesting town full of character and colour, with long winding streets providing the backdrop for farmers' markets, artists' galleries, lovely little boutiques and some of the best restaurants in Ireland! Other nearby attractions include Ireland's only cable car which departs from Ballaghboy on the tip of Beara Peninsula and leads to the peaceful Dursey Island, or Europe's largest Ogham Stone at Ballycrovane. This region has plenty on offer, from sea safaris, adventure centres, world renowned walks and cycle routes to arts and crafts, meaning there is sure to be something to occupy everyone come rain or shine.
This property offers the following short breaks:
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