House | 4 bedrooms | sleeps 10
Hannah's Home is a rare residence to be listed amongst Holiday Homes. It's unique design capturing the stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean and surrounding countryside, combined with the imaginative interior design and quality completion and outfitting of high class furniture make it a home that is bound to attract repeat bookings.
The house can sleep 8 adults or 8 adults and 2 children
The home has all the modern conveniences and was originally built as a full time residence by us. No cost has been spared in the process of making this a truly comfortable home.
The home is located on the beautiful Tragumna to Castletownshend coastal road affording it arguably some of the best views in West Cork of the rugged Atlantic coastline and the picturesque countryside of Lough Hyne. Locals and visitors alike make use of this road and adjacent lane ways to enjoy some very aesthetic country walking.
|Size||Sleeps up to 10, 4 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Tragumna 400 m|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, House swap, Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Nearest Amenities||6 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Cork 90 km, Nearest railway: Cork 95 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Log fire, Internet access, DVD player, Sea view|
|General||Central heating, TV, CD player, Pool or snooker table, Games room, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms of which 2 Family bathrooms and 1 En suites|
|Furniture||Single beds (2), Double beds (3), Cots (2), Dining seats for 8, Lounge seats for 8|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace|
|Further details indoors||
The house was designed by a local architect with a brief and subsequent design focused on capturing as much of the natural beauty of the outside and allowing it to flow into the home and reach as many rooms as possible.
The home is approximately 3000 sq. feet
Downstairs there is an entrance way, a large utility room with washing machine, dryer and deep freezer and all the controls for the central heating throughout the house. Plenty of worktop space and storage will provide our guests with more than enough space to do their laundry!
Downstairs off the kitchen is a large room which can be used as a play room or as an office. There is an office desk and chair, a pool table and plenty of kids books/toys. A wi-fi internet connection is generated from this room. There are two doors leading to the outside from this room.
The spacious kitchen very comfortably incorporates a large cooking island and breakfast bar. The bespoke design is made of solid oak with granite work tops. The dining table seats eight and looks out large windows and double doors to the Ocean and surrounding countryside. The kitchen has everything you require and perhaps more. It has, like everything in the house, been furnished and kitted out as a full time residence.
The living space upstairs is approximately 700 square feet and whilst open plan it has been designed with a split level and an interior stone wall giving definition to and separating the different spaces for optimum aesthetics and proper use of their various functions. Stunning views of Atlantic ocean and Lough Hyne Hill spill in from large windows and balcony doors which lead out onto a viewing balcony. The ceiling is open A frame in one section of the living room and contrasted with a vaulted oak ceiling in the other section. Chandelier lighting along with inset LED lighting throughout provide ample opportunities for different mood settings in the evening.
In the first space we have a suite of furniture in one living room that can seat 5 with a 42 inch plasma screen TV. The second space has another table that can seat five and also another set of couches with a coffee table that can seat five. This is an ideal area for relaxing with one of the books provided or sipping on a glass of your favourite wine just absorbing the vista and enjoying the silence.
There are two bedrooms downstairs, both have king sized beds. One bedroom has an ensuite with power shower and double doors leading out to a patio area.
There is also a family bathroom with a large bath tub and power shower downstairs
We have 2 sets of stairs in the house to enable ease of movement throughout the large home. One is a solid oak stairway and another is a carpeted stairway. Either set of stairs allows access to all areas of the home.
Upstairs there is a large master bedroom with fitted cupboards and super king size bed. This room has been tastefully decorated with wall paper.
There also is another large bedroom upstairs with twin beds. There is a farm theme kids mural on the wall. Also fitted wooden cupboards in this room.
All king size beds have been fitted with Odearest Posturepedic mattresses providing the best possible comfort for a good nights sleep.
There is a family bathroom upstairs as well with shower.
|Further details outdoors||
Lovely views of Atlantic ocean and Lough Ine from the house and from balcony upstairs.
The outside area of the house is tar and chipped
A stone wall has been built on the road side of the house and gates have been installed.
To the front of the house there is a large field that can take you to the cliffs. This land is not owned by us but the owner does not mind guests walking through the fields. The cows will not mind either !!
Utilities ( electricity and oil costs are extra on departure)
15% non refundable deposit to secure a booking
Balance to be paid 6 weeks prior to arrival
Check in time 4 PM, Check out time 10 30
The County Cork region
Rugged peninsulas, clean beaches, towering mountains and some of Ireland's most famous landmarks. West Cork is famous for its natural beauty.
A favourite holiday destination for generations, West Cork offers a wide variety of vacations and breaks - from gourmet heaven in Kinsale to the bustle of Dingle, from the lushness of Killarney National Park not far away in Kerry, to the wild Atlantic views at Mizen Head.
The region is historically and culturally important and still has a number of Gaeltacht areas. Visits to islands such as the Blaskets, Garnish and Cape Clear are particular treats while the Ring of Kerry and Killarney town remain firm favourites year after year.
Tragumna itself is a tiny community balancing on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean with a local Pub named the 'Eagle' which is known across the country for its Irish Hospitality, its love of traditional music and its ability to transport all who step through its doors, back 100 years.... an experienced not to be missed.
Tragumna beach is .4 KM away. The beach has been awarded Blue Flag status for its cleanliness, water quality, safety and level of environmental protection.
Not far from Tragumna is Glandore; one of the prettiest villages in Ireland. Its position, in the path of the Gulf Stream ensures a mild climate all year round
The house has lovely views of Lough Hyne Hill and is 6 KM away. Here there is an enchanting lough which is europe’s largest sea-water lake and boasts an amazing array of unusual marine life
There are excellent restaurants and pubs in Baltimore and Skibereen, and there are many places to visit such as Creagh Gardens, Sherkin Island, Cape Clear, Bantry House, Castletownshend Schull and many more.
Skibbereen is the capital of West Cork, 5 miles from Tragumna. It is the centre for all the agricultural, industrial and tourist activities of a wide region. As the ‘hub’ of West Cork, With plenty pubs in the town and award winning restaurants scattered all around, there is also plenty to do in the evening. You can be guaranteed of a good night out here whether its a local traditional Irish Pub with some old Irish music or a night of dancing and bopping with the best of Skibbereens local party goers.