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Make a holiday rental, home, or cottage in Ballydehob, Ireland your home away from home

Holidaymakers looking to get away for a fun vacation in Southern Ireland should pay a visit to the lovely coastal village of Ballydehob. Located in the south western part of County Cork, Ballydehob offers many things for holidaymakers to do and see. Visitors will find numerous different places to stay including self catering accommodation, B&Bs and cottages.

Things to do on holiday to Ballydehob, Ireland

There are beaches near to Ballydehob where holidaymakers can relax, enjoy the views and take a swim in the sea. Various watersports can be tried in the Atlantic Ocean off the Ballydehob coast including sea-kayaking, surfing, sailing and fishing. This coastal resort has plenty of fantastic scenic places with tracks and trails ideal for hiking, cycling and horse riding. Golf is very popular with tourists in Ireland and there are numerous 18-hole courses around the county as well as the West Cork Golf Academy in Ballydehob. The village has a few cafes, restaurants and pubs especially in Main Street with a variety of cuisine ranging from traditional Irish fare to takeaways. Self catering holidaymakers will find stores selling food and drink as well as shops selling gifts and souvenirs.

Places to visit on holiday to Ballydehob, Ireland

Visitors to Ballydehob will find numerous interesting places to visit in and around the village. In Ballydehob there is the Gurtnagrough Folk Museum, which has artefacts and agricultural tools dating back to the early 18th century. A popular attraction is the Celtic stone circles and tours of these pre Christian sites are available from Ballydehob. Holidaymakers interested in nature and wildlife may like to visit Lough Hyne Marine Nature Reserve or take a whale watching boat trip. Many other interesting places are open to the public and are easily reached from Ballydehob within County Cork. These include Bantry House and Gardens, Glebe Gardens and Fota House and Gardens. The fabulous Blarney Castle and Blackrock Castle can be found in the county too. The city of Cork is approximately one hour and 40 minutes drive away and has two cathedrals, several museums and galleries and an opera house amongst many other tourist attractions.

Weather in Ballydehob, Ireland

The warmest time of the year in this part of Ireland is July and August when the average high temperature is 20 degrees centigrade. Winters are cold with January averaging just a high of 8 degrees centigrade and a low of 2 degrees. December is usually the wettest month of the year with an average of 122mm rainfall, while April and June are normally the driest months with an average 57mm of rainfall in each.

Travel to Ballydehob, Ireland

Ballydehob is approximately an hour and 35 minute’s drive from Cork Airport (ORK), where Aer Lingus have flights to various European airports including Amsterdam (AMS), London-Gatwick (LGW), London-Heathrow (LHW), Munich (MUC) and Paris-Charles de Gaulle (CDG). Ryanair also have flights from Cork going to Dublin (DUB), Liverpool (LPL), London-Gatwick (LGW), London-Stansted (STN) and Malaga (AGP). The car rental firms 353, Alamo and National, Avis, Budget, Dooley, Hertz and Thrifty are all represented at the arrivals concourse in the airport.

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                                      Great location, lacking in comfort

                                      4 of 5
                                      Overall a pleasant stay in a great location; walking distance to the town and a view of the sea and very clean. However the poor heating plan led to to a lack of comfort and bad first impression for us. We arrived on a stormy winters evening to see storage heaters in every room however the house is advertising as having central heating - albeit "electric" central heating which is a clever way of getting around the description. There is an open fire in the sitting room which got us warmed up while we waited for storage heaters to kick in. The management had turned the heaters on for us but not to the full heat and had not turned them on upstairs - where they were needed the most in cold rooms that needed to he heated and aired especially in stormy damp weather. Also the only local supermarket closes at 6pm. We were not aware of this and if we had arrived any later we wouldn't have been able to buy any fuel for the fire and keep the fire going that first evening. The porch to the house was very drafty and warped and letting in a lot of air. The decor and feel is very basic - which we can understand but would be nice to have an update in the curtains, bed linen.
                                      • Review Submitted: 05-Jan-2016
                                      • Date of Stay: Dec 2015

                                      Another great stay in Schull.

                                      4 of 5
                                      We had lovely weather and that combined with some good local knowledge makes for a great stay. For a young family Seascapes are ideal and super located
                                      • Review Submitted: 24-Aug-2015
                                      • Date of Stay: Aug 2015

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                                      GOOD LOCATION, VERY CLEAN, BEDS COMFORTABLE. SHOWER PRESSURE ADEQUATE. INTERNET ACCESS WOULD BE OF GREAT BENEFIT EVEN IF EXTRA CHARGE. . . . . . . . . . .
                                      • Review Submitted: 29-Jun-2015
                                      • Date of Stay: Jun 2015