|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
Situated overlooking the magnificent Bere Island and Berehaven Harbour, the spectacular Berehaven Lodges will take your breath away. The setting and the views it offers are just stunning - they really have to be seen to be believed.
Located just 3 miles from Castletownbere, capital of the notoriously wild and beautiful Beara Peninsula, West Cork, this eleven-acre haven boasts 800 metres of sea frontage, a marina, private beach, natural water features, mature trees and rocky crags.
Fifteen beautifully designed, three-bedroom residences, all nestled comfortably within their natural surroundings. The layout, design and finish of every residence has been completed to the highest of specifications.
• 3 bedrooms – an upstairs double room and twin room, both of which are en-suite. A downstairs double room.
• Three bathrooms and a separate WC/washroom – Jacuzzi in the main upstairs bathroom!
• Wide screen satellite television and DVD players
• Quality, select furnishings as standard (the living area will leave you feeling immersed in the lap of luxury)
• Individual private decked patio area with garden furniture
• Garden area providing yet further space to make the most of the beautiful surroundings.
• Houses have open plan Living/Dining/Kitchen area
• Houses have open fires.
• Kitchens have cooker, large double fridge/freezer, dishwasher, microwave and washer/dryer.
• Oil-fired central heating throughout with thermostatic controls.
Security Deposit: A security deposit of €100.00 must be paid to Louise on arrival which will be refunded on departure providing there has been no damage or breakages during your stay.
The children’s play area will keep the little ones amused while the adjacent rocky beach provides no end of adventure and fun with shells to collect and rock pools to investigate!
• Beautiful Scenery
• Private Decked Area
• Children’s Play Area
• Jacuzzi Bath
• Open Fires
Berehaven Harbour is the second largest natural harbour in the world and has a wealth of history behind it. The town and port were originally engaged in the export of copper from the nearby Allihies mines and was later the sea base for the English Atlantic Fleet from the early 1800s until it was handed back by the British in 1939.
There are plenty of things to do and see in the areas around Castletownbere. Whether organising trips on a RIB around the island or kayaking with seals, we can help you have a fabulous break. The Ring and neighbouring areas of the south-west provide excellent cycling adventures from the pro to the amateur, we can help plan your perfect challenge.
For hill walkers, the unforgiving and bleak Hungry Hill will set you a challenge not to be forgotten or for a more sedentary excursion why not visit nearby Glengarriff with its unusual Mediterranean climate, Bamboo Park and boat trips to Garnish Island – commonly revered as a botanist’s paradise!
It is hard to come to Ireland, especially West Cork, and not be amazed by the wonderful Golf Courses on offer. Berehaven Golf Course is just up the road where you can enjoy 9 holes overlooking breathtaking views of Bere Island and Berehaven Harbour. Or try your luck at nearby Glengarriff’s beautiful 18-hole course. Wherever you choose to tee off, you will not be left disappointed or unchallenged.
Note: There is free wi-fi in the reception/foyer area. While currently upgrading the service to the houses, we, do not at this point offer wi-fi in the houses, or claim to. Mobile phone coverage is fine – but the quality varies even as you walk around the Lodge.
Pets: A well trained dog is welcome in each Lodge. An additional charge of €25 euro per pet must be paid directly onsite.