Skibbereen Cottage Rental Photos and Description
2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, sleeps 6, terrace with Atlantic Ocean views
This beautiful cottage is only 80 Km from Cork International Airport and is located in a quiet setting with outstanding Atlantic Ocean views. 3 mins away there is a Blue Flag Beach , an International award given to beaches with the highest standard of water quality. The Cottage contains a Living room / kitchen , 2 bedrooms and 2 w/c with baths and showers and it has a large terrace that can be used for BBQ and to watch the sun set in the West.
West Cork: Home to some of the most breathtaking scenery in Ireland, and offering the broadest range of activities, entertainment, cuisine and accommodation imaginable, West Cork provides a range of options that allow you to tailor your holiday to suit your personal needs and desires. From rejuvenating weekend breaks to action packed family holidays, the choice is yours, West Cork relaxes, entertains, invigorates… West Cork awaits…
Food: West Cork can comfortably lay claim to being at the culinary heart of Ireland. The region has a rich food culture, founded on the dedication of local producers to consistently deliver fresh, high quality produce and endorsed by a discerning public who choose the best of what West Cork has to offer time after time.
Whether you're meandering your way through a bustling farmers market, nosing about the local butchers or greengrocers or sitting down to a meal in one of the many exquisite restaurants or traditional pubs your taste buds are sure to delight at the impressive variety on display and the lush aromas gently wafting your way. And then, just when you think you've sampled the lot - Seafood. Smoked salmon, mackerel and oysters, scallops, tuna and prawns, mussels, crab and baby octopus, Catch-of-the-Day, seafood platter, chowder - the list goes on.
Cork City : As the cottage is located only 80Kms from Cork City, you can combine the best of Irish countryside and city life. There are many attractions in and around Cork such as the Blarney Stone, Cobh (the last stop of the Titanic and Cork City itself. Cork City was the European Capital of Culture for 2005, and in 2009 was included in the Lonely Planet's top 10 'Best in Travel in the World 2010'. The guide described Cork as being 'at the top of its game: sophisticated, vibrant and diverse'.
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- children welcome