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  • Hotel Carbery Cottage Guest Lodge Durrus

    Guests are charmed by the beautiful location, the friendly proprietors, and the wonderful breakfasts. Mike and Julia are happy to provide excellent evening meals by arrangement during your stay, and they will help you to plan your activities during your stay too. The house is situated ten miles west of Bantry town in a quiet location half way between Durrus and Ahakista. It is set in 4 acres of grounds, some lawned, and others kept as fields and rough pasture with ponds as a nature trial. Carbery Guest Lodge is a pet-friendly, but pets must be kept under strict control at all times. There are ducks, chickens, ponies and a goat within the grounds. The house has views over Dunmanus Bay and the Mizen Head, and it is only 0.5 miles from the sea. It’s an ideal base for walking the Sheep’s Head Way, and Mike and Julia offer free “drop offs” & “pick ups” so you can base your walking holiday from your own “home from home.” more

  • Hotel Ballycommane House & Garden Durrus

    Tucked away in the green rolling hills of West Cork and surrounded by mature gardens, Ballycommane House is most inviting for relaxation. The sweeping views from the house and its well-tended gardens present the Irish landscape like in a nutshell: sheep grazing on green pastures, cultivated farmland, dense forests and wild open hills. Located on the famous Wild Atlantic Way, this accomodation is the ideal base for touring or walking Mizen Head, the Sheep's Head and Beara peninsula. Breakfast is taken in the cosy sitting room. Here, guests may also sit and relax around the fireplace, using free coffee and tea making facilities. Throughout the year, the extensive gardens surrounding Ballycommane House on 3.5 acres portray an array of colour and feature many exotic plants. This place provides the kind of tranquil environment so much sought after in today's hectic times. Some of the many things to do here: exploring the world-famous Wild Atlantic Way (WAW); touring through West Cork and Kerry (Mizen, Sheep's Head, Ring of Beara, Ring of Kerry); walking and hiking (Sheep's Head Way, Beara Way); stone circles, standing stones and other prehistoric monuments; museum visits; water sports. more

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