West Cork Holiday Home - Welcome.
This self-catered, detached, beautiful family home is set on its own private lawn and landscaped grounds. A five minute car drive from the renowned West Cork villages of Glandore and Rosscarbery, the house overlooks the charming Roury valley and river.
Featuring four bedrooms: three doubles (1 master en-suite) and one w/2-twin beds, the house can accommodate 8 persons very comfortably.
The open-plan, ground floor incorporates a superior, hand-crafted kitchen furnished with solid-pine timber cupboards, black granite countertops and island unit, integrated appliances, and many more extras.
Positioned conveniently next to the kitchen is the open plan Dining Area which overlooks a lawn, wild meadow and a preserved forest at the bottom and side of the hill.
A large open-plan Lounge Area with high ceiling, solid-timber flooring and open, stone-faced, wood-burning fireplace provides exceptional levels of natural light, beautiful views, and access to a 12 by 12 foot stoned patio through large French doors.
At the top of the driveway a large garden overlooks the house.
Other features include:
*Ground floor television and music room.
*Fully fitted utility room upstairs.
*Downstairs shower room and toilet.
*Barbecue on patio w/furniture
*Badmitton/Volleyball on lawn
Heating is provided from three separate sources:
*Solid fuel fireplace.
*Comfortable under-floor heating in tiled areas.
*Oil-fired central heating, water-filled radiators throughout.
Keywords: newly constructed, detached with garden and large yard, private driveway, rural setting,outdoor patio with barbecue grill, outdoor basketball court, volleyball/badmitton net in yard.
Nearby Glandore Harbor is a most scenic harbor where sailing boats large and small set anchor. Hayes Pub, tucked into a hill with the rest of the village, offers outdoor tables and chairs from which you look down at the harbor while sipping a most glorious pint of Guinness, a must while the afternoon drifts into evening. Drombeg circle, an incredible remain from the Bronze Age, is a national monument and literally a two minute drive from the house on the way to Glandore. Kinsale is 40 minutes to the west and Killarney 2 hours to the northeast ( A bird could do it in 30 minutes but winding roads is the price you pay for dramatic landscapes on breathtaking peninsulas like Beara and Dingle). Skibereeen Golf course, a twenty minute drive, offers 18 wonderful holes. The local pitch and putt course on the Warren (our 5 star blue beach) in Rosscarbery is a par 3 course which affords an incredible view of the sea while you fine tune your short game. Clonakilty, a twenty minute drive on the N71 heading east, offers a sensational live music venue at DeBara's Pub. Hill walking, sailing, golf, fishing, horseback riding, are all very accessible and loads of fun. Excellent restaurants that use the finest local produce abound.You can not buy fresher fish anywhere that the local fish shop in Union Hall. The single lane, hair-raising bridge you cross to get into Union Hall was featured in the classic Irish film, War of the Buttons. Rooury Glen, over which the house sits, is your quintessential Irish landscape.