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Lodge | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 6

Key Info
  • Great for children of all ages 5
  • Car advised
  • No pets allowed

Whelyn Loges are situated over-looking the magnificent Bere Island and Berehaven Harbour.

Ferries daily to Bere Island

The layout, design and finish of every residence has been completed to the highest of specifications.

The safe and secure children's play area will keep the little ones amused for hours while the adjacent rocky beach provides no end of adventure and fun with shells to collect and rock pools to investigate.

FACILITIES

Houses have open plan Living/Dining/Kitchen area with TV/DVD and surround sound.

3 bedroomed - 2 doubles ( 1 en-suite) and 1 twin en-suite

Houses have open fires.

Kitchens have cooker, american style fridge/freezer, dishwasher, microwave and washer/dryer.

Ground floor toilet.

Oil heating throughout.

Bed linen included and towels are available to hire.

ATTRACTIONS

The Blarney Stone & Blarney Castle, Bantry, Fota Wildlife Park , Skibbereen, More ...

Click here for full list of attractions in County Cork.

Holiday Home Ireland & Vacation Rentals | Castletownbere | Cork | Ireland

Size Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms
Access Car advised
Family friendly Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries DVD player
General Central heating, TV
Utilities Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 2 En suites
Furniture Single beds (2), Double beds (2)
Other Linen provided
Outdoors Shared garden
Further details

SUPPLEMENTS

Private Decked Area

Childrens Play Area

Beautiful Scenery

Jacuzzi Bath

Open Fires

Audio Surround Sound

The County Cork region

Cork is the largest of all the Irish counties, and in many ways the most varied. Rich farmlands and river valleys contrast with the wild sandstone hills of the west. Above all there is the magnificent coastline, scooped and fretted by the Atlantic into great bays and secret coves, strewn with rocky headlands and long soft golden strands.

Castletownbere

ATTRACTIONS IN COUNTY CORK

Blarney Castle

Blarney Castle was built in 1446 by Cormac Laidir McCarthy as a defensive fortress. What is known as the Castle today, is in fact the keep of a much larger fortress.

All visitors to the Castle should kiss the famous Blarney Stone. It is said to bestow the gift of eloquence on all those who kiss it. The Rock Close, part of the Castle grounds is also open to the public and is well worth visiting. This is a curiously interesting place of old trees. By legend, the gardens are of Druid origin and were a centre of worship in pre-Christian times. Within the Rock Close area there survives a Dolmen or ancient burial place. Picnic areas have been provided in the Rock Close on the banks of the River Martin. Visit Blarney Castle website

Bantry House & Gardens,Bantry

Bantry House was built around 1740. It was bought by the White family in 1765, and was enlarged by Richard White who was the 2nd Earl of Bantry. The house has a collection of tapestries, furniture and art treasures which were mainly collected by the Earl.

The beautiful gardens have been restored and are home to subtropical plants and shrubs. The gardens are open to the public, as is the French Armada Exhibition housed in the grounds. The Exhibition tells the story of Wolfe Tones failed attempt to end British rule in Ireland, and the arrival of a French Armada to aid him in 1796. The fleet had to return to France, although one of the boats was scuppered and now lies in Bantry Bay. The West Cork Chamber Music Festival is staged and broadcast from Bantry House. Visit Bantry House website

Fota Wildlife Park, Carrigtwohill

Located just off the main road to Cobh, this Park was established in 1983 and has more than 70 species of exotic wildlife in open natural surroundings, with no obvious barriers.

Giraffes, zebras, ostrich and antelope roam together in 40 acres of grassland, much as they would in the African Savannah. Monkeys swing through trees on the lakes, and kangaroos, macaws and lemurs have complete freedom of the Park. Only the Cheetahs have a conventional fence. Facilities at Fota Wildlife Park include Playgrounds, Bisto Wildlife Train, Picnic & Rest Areas, Serengeti Gift Shop and Oasis Restaurant. Visit Fota Wildlife Park website

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  • 1 Years listed

Calendar last updated:06 Nov 2012

Based in Ireland

Languages spoken
  • English

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