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Farmhouse | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 6
Tired of all the hustle and bustle of daily life? Want that ideal getaway break that will leave you refreshed, invigorated and rejuvenated? Then DreamHomeByTheSea set in a secluded area of Tragumna with its stunning views of the surrounding Atlantic Ocean, Kedge Rocks and Fastnet Lighthouse is the perfect retreat for you.
Just over an hour's drive from Cork city and Cork airport this luxury cottage is located on the Wild Atlantic Way between Castletownshend and the market town of Skibbereen in beautiful West Cork. It was built in the 1850's and recently renovated in 2006. While it retains its previous charms, it has modern requirements to make your stay a more comfortable one.
DreamHomeByTheSea is equipped with a modern fitted kitchen leading onto an open plan living room that is both warm and relaxing. The master bedroom with its own en-suite and open fireplace can also be found on the ground floor. A double bedroom and a twin bedroom along with a spacious bathroom (with Jacuzzi bath) are located on the first floor.
A large wooden deck complemented with hardwood furniture and gas barbecue overlooking the panoramic views of the south west coast of Ireland is also ideal for family dining. The private fenced garden contains a swing set which gives peace of mind for family holidays.
Just a short drive from the cottage are the scenic towns of Glandore, Unionhall, Castletownshend, Skibbereen, Baltimore and Schull. There is plenty to see and do including walking, cycling, swimming (tragumna has a blue flag beach), fishing, kayaking, whale watching and boat trips. You can also enjoy walks on over 100 acres of private coastline with associated beaches dotted along the perimeter.
So whether it's a short or long term break your experience will be an enjoyable one. Don't delay book today…
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Tragumna 1 km|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Cork Airport 100 km, Nearest railway: Cork 100 km|
|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||Log fire, DVD player, Sea view|
|General||Central heating, TV, Satellite TV|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 En suites|
|Furniture||Double beds (2), Single beds (2), Cots (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 7|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Private garden, BBQ, Swing set|
About this location
The Province of Munster region
Known as the “capital of West Cork”, Skibbereen is a thriving market town, filled with shops, cafe's, restaurants and pubs. The West Cork Arts Centre is based here, along with many social organisations and educational institutions. The Skibbereen Heritage Centre includes The Great Famine Commemoration Exhibition and The Lough Hyne Interpretive Centre.
Castletownshend – The Townshend family still inhabit the castle that this town has grown around. The historic St. Baharrane's Church, which boasts two Harry Clark stained glass windows, holds a series of classical music concerts each summer.
The busy port of Baltimore is home to festivals throughout the year celebrating local history, seafood & produce, music, water sports and port life. There are several water sport activity centres. The town is a gourmet's paradise with several acclaimed restaurants.
Sherkin Island, a ten minute ferry ride from Baltimore, is home to a 15th Century Franciscan Friary, and on one of the ruined O'Driscoll Castles, Dun-na-Long. Visitors also come to the island for its sandy beaches and crafts shops.
Cape Clear Island
Cape Clear Island, is Ireland's southernmost inhabited island with megalithic standing stones, a 5000 year-old passage grave, a 12th century church ruin, and a 14th century O'Driscoll castle cannonaded in the early 1600?s suggest times past. The island is known for its Bird Observatory and is a good spot for watching out for whales, dolphins, leatherback turtles, sun fish and shark. The island holds an Annual Storytelling Festival, but unofficial sessions break out regularly in the local pubs. Cape Clear is part of the Gaeltacht, one of several areas in Ireland where Irish is the official language, though these days everyone speaks both Irish and English.
A salt water lake, Lough Hyne (or Ine) contains rare sea life and is Ireland's only Marine Wildlife Reserve. The nearby woods are popular amongst walkers for the spectacular view from the top of Knockomagh Hill.
Skibbereen, known as the Capital of West Cork Ireland, is one of Ireland's oldest market towns. The town is still a favourite shopping spot with weekly markets, craft shops, art galleries, book shops and a supermarket known for its selection of quality baked goods and local meats and produce. Skibbereen is also home to the West Cork Arts Centre, Skibbereen Heritage Centre and many Cafe's, Bars and Restaurants.
We are set on the remarkably unspoilt peninsula of Gokane Point with breathtaking views of Baltimore Pennisula, Lough Hyne and the Kedge Rocks. DreamHome by the sea is the perfect base from which to explore West Cork, South Ireland, which is, renounced the world over for its stunning scenery and unique charm. The region boasts beautiful beaches, a wild and rugged landscape and traditional market towns and fishing villages, which have entirely escaped the commercialism associated with other tourist regions. Its charm has in fact attracted many settlers which adds a cosmopolitan dimension to the region. If you love your food West Cork really is the place for you with an eatery to satisfy everyone's taste and budget from small gourmet healthfood cafes to world class restaurants.
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19 Aug 2013
"Quiet, peaceful location - a great place to stay"
A very comfortable cottage in a quiet location close to the sea. Furnished to a good standard with a bit of wear and tear expected from a Holiday Cottage. No Vodaphone reception so great to be fee fro… More
7 May 2013
"nice relaxing break in a nice clean, warm cottage-enjoyed it"
stayed there in Feb 2012, place was clean, it had a stove downstairs in bedroom which was romantic, place is near the coast which has lovely walks.
Owner provider everything we needed and really liked the place. Pub nearby is also good and has the authentic Irish atmosphere,