Photos and Description of this 3 bedroom holiday cottage in Bantry Bay - Suaimhneas
3 Bedrooms, ensuite, upstairs bathroom also downstairs toilet. Sleeps 6
Welcome to Suaimhneas your holiday cottage. The name Suaimhneas is Gaelic for tranquillity and here you will enjoy the tranquillity and unspoilt natural beauty of West Cork. The cottage contains three bedrooms, master bedroom ensuite, sitting-room with solid fuel stove in inglenook and fully equipped kitchen cum dining-room. The rooms are spacious and comfortable, and furnished to a high standard. The interiors are finished in natural wood which creates a warm welcoming atmosphere. Combining the best of both worlds it has every modern convenience and all the romantic appeal of a traditional cottage. It is situated on its own private enclosed grounds which provide ample parking, safe playground for children and secluded area to relax and sunbathe or enjoy an open air picnic and view the scenic countryside.
Suaimhneas is approved by the Irish Tourist Board. It is open all the year round. GPS for the house is N51*44' 07.6' and W 09*26'01'
Things to do and see: Bantry House.
18th Century historic Bantry House with is formal gardens.
Musical Concerts are held in the library throughout the year.
The Bantry French Armada Exhibition Centre is located in the grounds.
Cinema (3 screens) with all the latest releases located in Bantry.
Kealkill Stone Circle.
Bantry Historical Museum located in The Square, Bantry.
Fishing and Walking: Salmon and trout fishing can be enjoyed on the Coomhola and Ouvane Rivers and Lake Lough Bofinne.Also sea fishing on Bantry Bay.
Walkers can experience The Sheep's Head Walk; The Beara Way:
Nature trails in Glengarriff Natural Woods or Gougane Barra National Park.
Hill walking on the Caha Mountains.
Watersports available in Schull and Adrigole.
If you are looking for an energetic, activity holiday or a peaceful, relaxing one you will get it here; the choice is yours.
Directions to SUAIMHNEAS: Follow the N71 out of Cork City to Bandon then take the R586 until you join the N71 again before reaching Bantry. Continue on to Ballylickey Bridge crossroads where you take the road signposted Coomhola Church uphill from main road. Take first turn right after 1km and Suaimhneas is first on left with black gates.
GPS for the house is N51*44' 07.6' and W 09*26'01'
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- Low Allergen Environment
- children welcome
- pets considered
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- wheelchair accessible