This cosy Coach House has a mezzanine double bedroom overlooking a lovely, alcove-lit, sitting room with a wood burning stove.
A moments walk from the breathtaking Dunworley Beach.
The perfect couple's (or small family) nest on the Wild Atlantic Way!
The coach house sleeps 2/3 people but extra accommodation is available in our other cottage. Please see below for more information on this.
THE LAY OF THE LAND:
A romantic mezzanine double bedroom with a king size sleigh bed overlooks a lovely, alcove-lit, sitting room with a wood burning stove.
Beside the charming sitting room area is the kitchen.
Through the next door is the bathroom, complete with a big glass-doored shower.
Outside your charming split coach house doors is a terrace with outdoor garden furniture.
Down a few steps is a beautiful sunken garden.
The duvets & pillows are all feather & down.
For those who can’t totally embrace the seclusion of wild West Cork, we have WIFI set up in the coach house free of charge so you can keep in touch with the outside world!
To make booking restaurants etc. easier we also provide you with a free landline to call other landlines in UK & Ireland, free of charge :)
** (advance booking for this is essential) **
Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner are all available, just ask Gilly for more information & pricing!
We use our own organically minded, fresh produce from our garden & locally sourced meat to create some utterly delicious food.
All allergies & dietary requirements can be catered to.
Or, if you'd just prefer dinner, a delicious 3 course meal with locally reared meat & vegetables plucked straight from our organically minded garden is €30 per person.
We can serve food in the comfort of the Coach House.
You can save a fortune on restaurant-priced wine by drinking your own bottles at dinner!
For sample menus, photos & reviews check our FB page by searching for Dunworley Cottage.
For extra accommodation we also have a cottage which sleeps between 7 - 10 people (VRBO Listing 42425). This can be booked at an extra cost.
Dunworley is on the breathtaking Seven Heads Peninsula, part of the Wild Atlantic Way route.
A sandy tidal beach lies just a moment's walk away and offers a tranquil swim, a rugged coastline climb, or just a wander around the beach.
The walks along our headland are absolutely incredible, with a 17th century watch tower, a secluded cove and a salt tower among it's delights.
The surrounding countryside is dotted with small colourful towns and villages, which provide a range of food from irish pub grub to high restaurant quality standard.
Clonakilty, the home of Michael Collins, is just seven miles from the cottage and has a wide variety of delicious restaurants and, in particular, a traditional Irish pub where many renowned bands play, De Barra's.
There is also the spoiling Incheydoney Spa with an indoor sea water pool and a thalassic health spa.
Bandon and Lisselan offer great golf clubs - Bandon (18 holes) and Lisselan (six holes).
Bandon also offers fishing on the sea trout and salmon river, day passes are available.
Kilcoleman fishery is well worth the day.
You can follow the Wild Atlantic Way from Dunworley to Kinsale for a stunning drive.
Be it during the day for some sightseeing (from 17th century forts to rugged walks along the headlands Kinsale is a haven for tourists) or by night for an uplifting irish experience, lively pubs host some excellent bands.
Courtmacsherry is another beautiful harbour town, just 5 miles away and has sailing, riding, sea fishing, and windsurfing facilities along the beautiful strand.
Barryroe Co-Op is the nearest shop, 2.5 miles away.
And the nearest pub is 1.5 miles away.
Keywords: Coach House, Wild Atlantic Way, The Gathering, Beach, Clonakilty, Cork, Ireland