Lovely double room in homely house with lovely views of Bantry Bay, you can choose between sleeping in the roundhouse/cabin in the garden which sleeps 1 or 2 in seperate beds & is very quirky cosy & cute , great for the kids! or a double room in the house for a couple and there's also a a single room in the house.
The price is 40 euros for 2 people in the double room per night,30 for 1 person in the double, 25 euros for the single room, and 30 euros for 2 people sharing the roundhouse, or 20 if its just one person.
Special discounts for builders, plumbers electricians and joiners if you can do some jobs for me :)
To book the roundhouse you have to go to my other listings which is called "Lovely cabin with beautiful view".
To book the single room you have to go to single room, on my other listings :) You can book the double room on this one :).
The bustling town of Bantry is just 5 minutes walk down the hill with its shops restaurants cafes & good Irish pubs if you fancy a pint of the black stuff :)
Have lunch or tea and cake at Bantry house with its beautiful gardens and there's lots of lovely walks and hikes in the area.
I also have a canoe and go to all the islands and you are welcome to join me on that, I know all the best secret beaches and places to go so if im free il be happy to show you and give you lots of tips.
We have 4 dogs here they are very friendly and don't bite but if you are frightened of dogs then maybe this is not the place for you.
Apart from that its a beautiful area with lots of great things to do and see, a full week at least is a must! :) but up to you you can stay as long as you like.
Not only do you get breakfast included here but a fresh juicer from my fruit and vegetable juicer every day to keep your energy levels up :)
I look forward to welcoming you :)
Beautiful Bantry & Bay, Co. Cork Ireland
Things To Do
With a maze of minor roads and pathways there are many enjoyable walks and cycling routes for all the family. Detailed guides and maps are available for those interested in casual and carefree walks and cycle tours.
The nearest long stretches of golden or silvery sandy beaches are a 40 minute drive from Bantry. However, there is no shortage of small secluded sandy beaches in the Bay region where families can enjoy themselves in almost complete privacy. These are detailed in the local tourism literature.
Detailed guides,maps and route planners of all types of tours including car driven, cycling, walking and mountain hiking are available free of charge locally.
•Boating and Sailing
Walking Waterfall on Hungry Hill
There are 2 Walks recognised by the National Waymarked Ways Committee in the Bantry area, namely Sheep's Head Way and Beara Way.
The Sheep's Head Way is an 88km route which circles the whole of the Sheep's Head from Bantry to Sheep's Head at the end of the peninsula and back through Kilcrohane, Ahakista and Durrus. This Walk was recognised in 1997 as ''The Best Walk in Ireland' by the magazine "Walking World Ireland". The Walking is mostly off road across open hillside and is well marked by oak posts and carved stone markers. There are also five Loop Walks which run north/south and can be used to lengthen or shorten the days' walking. The guide book and map of the Sheep's Head Way is available at the Tourist Office and local shops.
The Beara Way is about 165km stretching from Kenmare to Glengarriff, west to Dursey and back to Kenmare on the north side of the peninsula. There are numerous loops for those who just want a short circular walk in scenic surroundings.
Bantry Bay Golf Club, 2km from Bantry on the N71 to Glengarriff is a demanding 18 hole course, designed by Christy O'Connor, Jnr. (Length 5910m. Par 71). Near-by is a Pitch & Putt Course.
There are 3 more 18 hole courses within a 20 mile radius and 9 hole golf courses at Glengarriff & Castletownbere.
For golf enthusiasts there is an 18 hole golf course at Bantry; a demanding 9 hole course in Glengarriff; and three more 18 hole courses within a 20 mile radius.
Shore fishing has become very popular in the area due to the large variety of fish being caught - conger eels, brown dogfish, spotted dogfish, cod, pollock, ray, skate, ling, and other varieties.For those interested in sea angling boats are available for daily hire.
For the lake and river fishing enthusiasts there are two of the best fishing lakes in Ireland for brown and rainbow trout as well as coarse fish and there are six rivers which are noted for salmon and sea trout fishing. Licences for fishing can be obtained in the local fish-tackle shops.
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Boating and Sailing
For those interested in sailing, boating, canoeing, and kayaking there is a safe anchorage and harbour facilities i.e. slipways for launching boats and yachts.
Cranage is available but only by prior arrangement and adequate notice. Boat hire, kayak, canoes and skiboats are available at the Abbey slipway during summer months.
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And after all that ...
Ahakista Stone Circle
The Bantry Bay area is rich in sites of historical and archeological interest, from wedge tombs, which are thousands of years old, to those of more recet origin. The area is dotted with stone circles, alignments and galluns. The Kilnaruane Pillar Stone, The Kealkil Stone Circle, the Breenymore Megalithes and the Ahakista Stone Circle being the more accessible near Bantry. Detailed leaflets and maps are available at Bantry Tourist Information Office or Bookstores.
The host or hostess in a place of accommodation will inform the visitor as to the locations of evening entertainment. As darkness does not fall until at least 10pm during the summer months night entertainment does not usually begin until 10pm. Then there is a choice of classical music (at Bantry House), modern, Irish, disco etc. With approximately 20 pubs and lounge bars the choice is up to the visitor. The local pub culture is still strong in the locality and the best places are known by your host - just ask anybody. The people of this region are the most friendly in the whole of Ireland.
With food in mind there is a selection of restaurants to suit every pocket from gourmet to fish and chips outlets. Different tastes catered for include seafood, vegetarian, French, Italian, Oriental and the best of local cooking.
We finally found Kristinas house up on top of the hill. On driving up her drive we saw all the roof tiles strewn on the ground beside her house. Kristina told us she had a fire and half her house had been destroyed. We wanted to stay in the roundhouse in the garden but there was no running water or sanitation or electric.We had to go and find alternative accommodation in downtown Bantry which was not rated so we only stayed for one night and moved on to a more expensive b and b. As well as loosing my booking fee of £9 I also had to pay an extra £35 for a better place to stay.
Kristina is a lovely host and we really enjoyed staying at her house. Boys loved treasures and the amazing view from the window was another advantage.
Kristina went above and beyond as our host. She drove us to her favorite local swimming spot and to a local fair that was happening in her awesome camper. The room has everything you might need and she has a lot of interesting things throughout her home that we loved looking at. Her home is also perched atop a hill overlooking Bantry with a beautiful view. Highly recommend Kristina's place and is a great value for what you get. Thanks Kristina!!
Kristina was a very friendly welcoming host, accommodating our breakfast preferences and giving us local information. we stayed in the roundhouse, which was warm (July) with a woodburning stove. it was rustic and had nice views. Kristinas place is in a really convenient location too for exploring the peninsulas and west cork.
Agréable séjour chez Kristina.
This is the final rate, including any fees from the host and Airbnb.