About this listing
Located less than 1 km from the West Cork coastal town of Ballydehob, on the Wild Atlantic Way.
Double and twin rooms available in a modern Eco-friendly detached house set in a large landscaped garden.
Perfect for families, couples and individuals looking to explore the Mizen Peninsula.
Detached house on a hectare of beautiful landscaped gardens, just a ten minute scenic walk from the charming coastal village of Ballydehob.
Large double bedroom (with additional single bed) with view over the garden and surrounding hills. Adjoining bathroom with electric shower.
Bright twin bedroom with en suite (WC & sink) on ground floor with garden views. Family bathroom with solar power shower directly beside the bedroom.
There is ample parking & free WiFi.
Free use of the beautiful landscaped gardens.
Large lawns and areas to explore perfectly suited to children. Many trees to climb also!
Use of the fully fitted kitchen. Large fridge-freezer, dishwasher, oven, microwave, kettle etc.
Sitting room with wood-burning stove, puzzles and books.
Newly built south-facing deck area with outdoor seating, perfect for morning coffees or drinks in the evening.
Large off street parking area & free WiFi.
Towels, shampoo and shower gel provided.
BBQ available upon request.
Laundry facilities available, just ask!
Interaction with Guests
You can come and go from the house as you please. Tea, coffee and toast provided in the morning.
I'm available to answer any questions you may have and can give directions to local landmarks.
This is a lovely peaceful house and gardens within walking distance of the village. From here you can explore local Blue Flag golden sandy beaches such as Barley Cove, visit the islands (Cape Clear, Sherkin, Heir, Long Island etc), golf courses, woodlands & more.
This is a gateway to the Mizen Head Peninsula with its visitor centre and views towards the Fastnet Lighthouse.
Kayaking, sailing, surfing, angling, diving and sea safari available locally. Pony trekking in the area.
Live music sessions played most evenings in the many pubs in the village and surrounding towns.
There are local museums and a heritage centre in Skibbereen focusing on the Famine and history of the area.
There is an honesty stall at the end of our road where you can buy organic vegetables and honey, leaving the cost in a little tin box.
Ballydehob is a small vibrant village with a wide choice of cafés, bars and restaurants.
We are centrally located between Bantry, Skibbereen and Schull on the Wild Atlantic Way.
The village is a 90 minute drive from Cork City and there are direct bus links to the city. If you're arriving by bus we will collect you in the village.
The route to the village takes you past a charming little 2 classroom primary school and church. The road is lit up at night and there is a footpath most of the way making it a very safe and pleasant walk.
Other Things to Note
There are a number of festivals in the village, including the Trad Fest, Summer Festival and hugely popular Jazz Festival.
We are a ten minute drive from Schull with its fishing harbour and ferries to local islands.
In summer there is also a theatre tour which visits the local community hall weekly.
No smoking in the house please
Lizzie's place was wonderful. An easy walk and easier drive to Ballydehob, with its selection of pubs and restaurants. Lizzie made our stay easy and pleasant. Insisted on providing the second 'B' in AirBnB, Breakfast, which many hosts forget. Highly recommended. Thank you!
The house was located a bit far from town but still in walk distance! The room was clean and we enjoied a good stay.
Nice sized room and not on top of other rooms so I didn't feel as if I had to tiptoe around, as is sometimes the case!
Room had its own half-bathroom which was also quite nice.
Was able to do some laundry, and Lizzie was very helpful with info about the area. Ended up staying an extra day!
Really close to Ballydehob town center, was nice since I was there for the jazz festival. On a hectare so has a nice feel to it.
The room size was nice, room had its own half-bathroom which really adds value IMO and not super close to other rooms so didn't feel as if I had to tiptoe as is often the case!
Also got to do some laundry while I was there. Lizzie was very helpful with info about the town and the festival; ended up staying an extra day!
"Our twin room on the ground floor was basic, but serviceable with ensuite toilet/washbasin. A more substantial bathroom with shower was just across the corridor. Lizzie kindly put an electric heater in our room in case we felt chilly later after the heating went off.
We would definitely advise bringing a torch. The 10 minute walk back into the village in the dark seemed longer because for the first half of the trip there is no street lighting of any kind and no pavement!
Breakfast was quite simple – good quality brown bread or scones with butter and jam and coffee or tea. Previous stays at B&B's in the area for the same price have always included a cooked breakfast which sets one up for the day. Overall, a pleasant but basic B&B experience. It served our purpose perfectly well for a one night stay."
A very nice, quiet stay (Thank you Lizzie, we never got to say goodbye!) A large, comfortable room and although remote, the location only really just a short stroll from the village. And every morning, a nice cup of tea and some fresh scones and brown bread. It's all we wanted, just the peace - and a proper, quiet comfortable base upon returning from our various adventures in the area!
Nous avons été très bien accueillis par Lizzie et sa famille, ils étaient en train de manger, c'était le soir et elle nous a proposé un café sur la terrasse. Nous avons été enchanté par le jardin et le coin avec la vue sur les monts environnants. Les chambres d'aspect simples étaient confortables avec chacune une salle de bains située sur le pallier. Pour le petit déjeuner, nous étions seuls car Lizzie travaille le main de bonne heure mais ce n'était en aucun cas un problème car tout était prêt pour nous cinq, le café et le pain à volonté avec la confiture nous attendaient sur la table de la cuisine . Le deuxième matin nous avons eu la chance de discuter avec le couple , c'était très intéressant de leur parler de leur travail , de leur région, du jumelage avec un village breton, bref nous aurions pu encore discuter pendant une heure...Nous sommes partis avec une très bonne impression car Lizzie et son mari sont très sympathiques.