About this listing
Set in secluded gardens just five min walk to town centre, with its cafes, shops and music pubs. Clonakilty Bay sweeps out to the stunning Inchidoney beach and sits at the gateway to glorious West Cork with its rugged mountains and Atlantic coastline.
Our apartment is unique in that it is set in a peaceful garden setting yet is only 5/10 mins walk down the hill into the centre of Clonakilty, a buzzing small town with many great cafes, pubs, hotels, art centre, music sessions etc.
your apartment is totally self contained, set in our large back garden which we are happy to share with you, sea views from the front garden are stunning.
Interaction with Guests
myself and husband Tom and son Fergus live in the main house, how much we interact with guests is your call. If you want a quiet, uninterrupted stay we will show you around apartment and leave you to it, however our door is always open and am more than happy to share local knowledge, directions, etc.
Clonakilty is a vibrant small coastal town with a long standing music tradition. There is live music in most pubs throughout the Summer, and in 3/4 regular venues during the Winter months. There's a great farmer's market every Fri. with delicious local produce, buskers and great coffee !
There are regular buses from Cork city, these travel through Clon. and continue further West to Skibereen, Schull and Golleen. There is guest parking on site. From Cork airport drive West, through Bandon to Clonakilty. Drive to town centre, at Astna Square head right up McCurtain Hill. Continue up this hill, you will pass the Garda station on your right, carry on up hill until you see a sign on the left for Kilty Cycle Repairs , just after this on the left you will see a row of cottages we are the first one on the left, painted cream with red doors and windows. Our driveway is steep.
pets allowed, mutual respect a good policy I think.
I live in Clonakilty in Ireland. I was a teacher in Sunbury on Thames for 11 years. I now work as a facilitator with asylum seekers here in Clonakilty.
I am into music, art, reading and new adventures.